From Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular at Disney's Hollywood Studios to Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril at Disneyland Paris, the adventurous spirit of the famed archaeologist has been ingrained in Disney parks around the world. With the release of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny in theaters this weekend, we've officially come to the end of Indy's journey.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny marks the last time Harrison Ford will don the iconic fedora and wield the crackling whip. In celebration of the movie's release and the decades of fun adventure that Indy has provided us, Disney parks around the world are hosting special experiences.
How Walt Disney World is celebrating Indiana Jones
Disney World's Hollywood Studios you can visit Indiana Jones: Den of Destiny. Taking the place of what was formerly the Indiana Jones Adventure Outpost (next to the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular), this pop-up bar features specially themed libations, such as "The Weathered Fedora" and "The Adventuress Margarita." While you sip these adventurous cocktails, you can have a look around at the various rare antiquities and collectibles as well as costumes and props from the most recent film. It's reported that the Den of Destiny will remain open until August 15.
At Disney Springs in Walt Disney World, you can find Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar. This vintage airplane hangar-turned-dive bar features daring cocktails and a vintage aviation ambiance. As the bar itself is inspired by the Indiana Jones movies, it's a natural celebration but for the release of Dial of Destiny, you can find new props inspired by the film.
A worldwide adventurous celebration
At Disneyland Paris, you can find clues from Indy's quest for the Dial when riding Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril. At both Disneyland Paris and Disneyland Resort in California, you can read some of his notes and journals, which provide even more context to his adventure in Dial of Destiny.
And for those visiting Disneyland Resort, you can actually meet Indiana Jones! For a limited time this summer, you can find Dr. Jones exploring Adventureland.
The Indiana Jones Adventure attraction also has some special updates and "new touches that enhance the experience."
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny is now playing exclusively in theaters.