The Incredibles on Disneyland’s Monorail Ahead of Pixar Fest!

The Incredibles on Disneyland's Monorail Ahead of Pixar Fest!

This week the skies above Disneyland saw a bit of a change as the monorail cruised on the highway in the sky. While the monorail itself isn’t a huge surprise, what was on it had changed a bit. Monorail Orange now has the Incredibles painted on the outside of it. One one side has the Incredibles (Mr. Incredible, Jack-Jack, Dash, Elastigirl, and Violet Parr)  and the other side has Frozone and Edna Mode.


This new look for the Monorail comes ahead of Pixar Fest, which comes to the Disneyland Resort on April 13th and Incredibles 2 on June 15.  Pixar Fest will lead to the opening of Pixar Pier on June 23rd in Disney California Adventure. Incredibles 2 will continue the story of Disney-Pixar’s The Incredibles shortly after the first film ended.

What do you think of the new look for the Monorail? Are you excited for Pixar Fest and Incredibles 2? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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