Here's the full statement from the Disneyland spokesperson about today's power outage.
Disneyland is suffering a major power outage in parts of its park in Anaheim, California, according to reports.
On Wednesday, a Disneyland spokesperson told local news stations that the power was down in Mickey's Toontown and Fantasyland.
The outage struck at one of the busiest times of the year for Disneyland which hosted more than 17 million visitors at its park last year.
The power shut down around 11 a.m. PT, according to NBC News in Los Angeles, leaving guests stranded on rides.
ABC7 News in Los Angeles reported that guests had to be escorted off "about a dozen" rides by Disney staff, including the Monorail.
They said guests are being escorted off "about a dozen" rides, including the popular Monorail.
In a statement released to ABC7, park officials reported that they are having an issue with a transformer. They did not provide a timeframe for when they expected to have power restored.
PARKS UPDATE: The Disneyland Resort is very busy today. Please check the Disneyland App for the latest wait times and schedules to plan your day.— Disneyland Today (@DisneylandToday) December 27, 2017
Park guests have taken to social media to share pictures and frustration. One frustrated visitor claimed that "half of the park" is without power.
Other visitors have rushed to get to get a refund. One guest tweeted a picture of a massive crowd lining up to get their money back, referring to the "'Magic outage' at Disneyland Park."