San Francisco has announced plans to bring the iconic park back to life.
The city on Thursday announced plans for an extensive renovation of the park, which opened in 1959 and was home to a massive crowds of tourists every week.
The park will be rebuilt with an open-air park, a restaurant, a shopping mall, a concert hall and other attractions.
The opening of Disneyland, which closed in 2014 after more than 30 years, had caused a backlash in San Francisco, where residents were protesting against the plan to demolish the park.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee told the Associated Press that he was “deeply disappointed” that the park would be moved, but did not provide further details.
“We’re going to try to get the parks reopened as quickly as we can,” he said.