In the wake of the 2016 attack in California on the state’s Disneyland Resort, Disneyland has become the most visited theme park in the US, according to data released by TripAdvisor. 

The company’s figures show that the theme park is now the fourth most visited in the world, after London, Paris and Tokyo.

TripAdvisor also said that the parks mainstay Disneyland Resort is now one of the top ten most popular destinations in the country, having received more than 12 million visitors since its launch in December 2017.

In the past, Disneyland’s popularity has been boosted by the addition of new attractions such as The Laughing Stock Company and The Haunted Mansion, which both opened in 2019.

However, the company has now added another new attraction in 2017, the Magic Kingdom, which has now earned its own status in the park’s history.

The company said that while Disneyland’s attraction count has not yet reached the record-breaking figure of 10.5 million guests, the park has added nearly 50 million people to its annual visitor base. 

Tripadvisor’s figures, which were published in the week ending April 29, also revealed that Disney’s Hollywood Studios is now second only to Disneyland in its popularity.

Ticket sales for Disney’s film and television properties have also seen a surge.

The Hollywood Studios attraction has drawn record-setting crowds of nearly 4.5 billion visitors, while its live entertainment shows have also been highly popular. 

Despite the surge in ticket sales, Disney’s entertainment business has continued to struggle.

The company reported a loss of $7.3 billion for the fiscal year ending in March.

The Walt Disney Company also has its own struggles to cope with its own woes, with the company facing allegations of a lack of transparency in its financial statements. 

Walt Disney Co, which owns the company, has faced several reports in recent months that the company had hidden financial information from investors.

The financial reports of Disney’s main entertainment companies have also not been in line with their parent company, and critics have called for a wider audit into the company’s finances.

In an interview with CNBC on Tuesday, CEO Bob Iger said that he expects the company to “hit its fiscal goal of $2 billion in revenue and $2.5bn in profits” for the current fiscal year, which ends in March 2021.