Disney is open for business at the Disneyland Resort in California.

Disney announced Thursday that it has opened four new Walt Disney World villas to families for children.

Each villa will cost $7.50 million.

The Villas at Disney Springs, Disney’s second-largest resort, opened in December, and the Villas in Epcot, the second-biggest resort, are also open to families.

Villas at Disneyland Park will cost between $7 million and $8 million. 

Disney said the Villases at Disney California Adventure and Disney California Splash Park are the first to open. 

Each villas will feature a “playground, playground pavilion, outdoor play area and more,” according to a Disney press release. 

“We are delighted to bring our Disney Villas to our guests, who are able to enjoy the world-class resorts, parks and attractions of Disney California,” Walt Disney Imagineering chief creative officer Robyn Miller said in a statement. 

The Disney Villages are expected to open in 2019. 

Last month, Disney announced plans to open three new Disney Villases in Southern California: Villas near the Disney Springs Resort, Villas and Adventure Villas, and Villas & Adventures at Epcot.