Soon enough after the holidays and by New Year’s Day that it’s going to be a mixed amount of feelings that fans that are close and attached towards the classic The Twilight Zone of Terror at Disney California Adventure and will be transitioning into Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout!” attraction.
However there is some good news for you fellow Tower of Terror fans to enjoy the final moments before January 2nd which is the final day of operation before Guardians of the Galaxy takes over and was confirmed on the Disney Parks Blog back in August 2016 of this year.
As in typical Disney fashion that this one night only dessert party will be a salute-send off towards the beloved classic attraction we have known for many years and you probably have the Rod Serling dialogue from the library recited in your head by now from The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.
So here are some of the details for this exclusive one night opportunity to spend your last night with the Tower of Terror for the 13th Hour Dessert Party like it’s from the 1930s.
“The event begins at 10:00 PM and goes until 1:00 AM on this attraction’s final day in operation. This glamorous gathering features live music and a delicious dessert buffet. And whenever you’re ready, grim brass-buttoned bellman will escort you to your car, where you’ll travel up, down―and into the Twilight Zone.”
Rest of the after hours dessert party will also include:
–Enjoyment of The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror in its original version for the duration of the party
–Dessert buffet, coffee, soda and water
–Entertainment provided by a debonair emcee and the plucky Silver Lake Sisters
–Special photo locations
–Signature non-alcoholic beverages and cocktails for an additional cost
–Commemorative keepsake available for purchase
–One of the last opportunities to purchase Twilight Zone Tower of Terror merchandise
–Complimentary parking at Mickey & Friends Parking Structure after 8:00 PM
Guests who are planning on attending this dessert party are encouraged to dress up in that Golden Age attire from the 1930s and looking your dapper finest with men wearing fedoras and ladies in hats with veils but, no masks aren’t allowed or permitted.
Tickets are $95.00 per person including children ages 3 and over (not including tax or gratuity) and to book your ticket online here or by calling (714) 781-DINE for more information and availability about the event.
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