After Disney acquired Marvel, many fans began to speculate about when the superheroes of the Marvel Universe would finally begin to appear in Disney’s theme parks. Well, it finally happened in April of 2013 when Tony Stark brought his Hall of Armors to Innoventions in Disneyland to promote ‘Iron Man 3’ with an exhibit called ‘Iron Man Tech Presented By Stark Industries’. Then, it happened again when Jane Foster and her team opened the Bifrost Bridge and created a gateway to Asgard from Disneyland to have an audience with Thor with an exhibit titled ‘Thor: Treasures of Asgard’ to promote ‘Thor: The Dark World’. Now, it appears that a third Avenger will be making his presence felt in the Happiest Place On Earth as well starting this weekend.

According to, Captain America is the latest Marvel superhero to make an appearance at Disneyland. Park guests will be able to meet and greet the Sentinel of Liberty himself in an exhibit called ‘Captain America: The Living Legend and Symbol of Courage’. Of course, this is to promote the upcoming ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’, but the new interactive experience will highlight the First Avenger’s entire rise to greatness from his humble beginnings as a well-meaning 98-pound test subject to Star Spangled Avenger. And like the ‘Treasures of Asgard’ section of Innoventions, the attraction ends with a photo opportunity with Steve Rogers himself. Check out the gallery below to get a look at the latest Marvel exhibition in Disneyland:

And for those of us that can’t make it out to sunny California to take in the new exhibit in person, Disney And More has this video showing off the whole thing:

What do you think about the latest addition to Tomorrowland from Marvel? Are you planning on visiting ‘Captain America: The Living Legend and Symbol of Courage’? How does it compare to Iron Man and Thor’s exhibits? And who do you think will be the next Marvel superhero to take up residence in Disneyland? Share your thoughts and theories in the comment section.

‘Captain America: The Living Legend and Symbol of Courage’ in Disneyland opens to the public on March 7, 2014.