Rancho del Zocalo has always been a hub of Hispanic culture at Disneyland. During Halloween Time, it's featured a display for Día de los Muertos for many years. But this year, it's become the home of Disney's two Latin-celebrating animated motion pictures, Coco, produced by Pixar, and Encanto, Walt Disney Animation's smash hit this past fall. The Zocalo has been the backdrop for socially distanced meet and greets for the past several months (which ended a few Mondays ago), where guests could pose with Miguel from Coco or Mirabel from Encanto. The setting is colorful, lively, and festive, celebrating two distinct cultures, and it provides a fantastic manner of representation for Latin American culture!
|Encanto at Rancho del Zocalo.|
|Coco at Rancho del Zocalo.|