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Avengers Campus: First look at Spiderman’s rides, food, merchandise at Disney California Adventure

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ANAHEIM, Calif. – Whether you’re a die-hard super fan or a brand new to the MCU, this place really has something for everyone.

“The Avengers Campus is one of Earth’s mightiest heroes coming together to create this place where guests can train,” said Brent Strong, executive creative director at Walt Disney Imagineering.

Guests will now have the opportunity to team up with Spider-Man and save the day on the brand new ride Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure.”

“Expect a completely immersive experience,” said Brittany Howell, technical project coordinator. “You can move with kids, there’s no height requirement, so get the whole family involved. And you team up and have fun.”

When your appetite has been quenched by fighting Spider-Bots, you can head to the Ant-Man and Wasp-inspired PIM Test Kitchen for foods and drinks of all sizes.

And of course, you can’t leave a new Disney Resorts land without indulging in some special purchases at the all-new Web Suppliers store. In addition to “Gamma Goo” and spiderwebs, guests can take home their own Iron Man technology or the same Spider-bot from the ride.

The Avengers campus opens on Friday for the next generation of superheroes.

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