Apple, Walmart, and Microsoft are the latest tech companies to open their own retail stores in California’s Disneyland park.
Disneyland is the state’s largest theme park, with more than 2.5 million guests a day.
The parks newest retail space will be the Disneyland Store, which will be located in the Disneyland Hotel at Coronado, the park’s largest and most popular area.
It’s expected to open in September, and the park says the retail space is expected to provide 40,000 square feet of space for its employees, as well as 10,000 employees at the resort’s theme park-themed restaurants and shops.
According to the park, the new retail space, located in a large plaza with several large windows, will be a major addition to the Coronadero area.
Disneyland will be one of the first theme parks to open a new retail store in the state of California.
Apple and Walmart have already opened stores at Disneyland, and Disney is also set to open its own store at Disneyland in 2018.
This is not the first time Apple and Walmart are opening their own stores in the California state.
In 2013, Disney announced plans to open five new retail stores to support its new iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c smartphones.
More recently, the California legislature passed a bill in February 2016 that made it easier for California companies to expand their presence in California, but also made it more difficult for new companies to start there.
Despite the legislation, Apple and Microsoft will still be able to open new stores in Oregon and Washington, both of which have more liberal shopping climates than California.