(KGTV) -- Disneyland fans can expect a little bit of magic starting next month.
Disneyland Resort officials announced Friday that Disneyland California Adventure will reopen its Buena Vista Street in November for shopping and dining only.
The exact reopening date was not immediately announced.
Buena Vista Street’s opening is considered an extension of the Downtown Disney district, which reopened to the public in July.
The Buena Vista Street area, like all of Downtown Disney, will have health and safety measures in place for guests, including temperature screenings, face mask requirements, and social distancing guidelines.
Here’s a breakdown of what visitors can expect:
- Holiday shopping at the retail locations along Buena Vista Street, including Elias & Co., Julius Katz & Sons, and Kingswell Camera Shop
- Snacks available from Trolley Treats, Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Cafe, and a variety of snack carts all along Buena Vista Street
- Sit-down dining at Carthay Circle Lounge and mobile order options at Smokejumpers Grill
Because Disneyland and Disney California Adventure are still closed due to the state’s COVID-19 restrictions, guests will not have access to any rides/attractions within the theme parks.