A Look Back at the Last 24 Hour Disney Day

Today Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, and the Magic Kingdom in Florida are celebrating their Monstrous Summer All-Nighter by staying open for 24 hours. This isn’t the first time a Disney Theme Park has remained open for 24 hours. Last year, to celebrate the Leap Year, Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom had a 24 hour Disney day called One More Disney Day. Our very own Johnny 5 covered this event.

Here is coverage from the last 24 Hour Disney Day:

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