Aside from enjoying all of the attractions, guests at Disney World spend a good chunk of their time taking pictures. With so many exciting things to see, who can blame them? The majestic Cinderella Castle, meeting your favorite characters, or even the amazing details found in everything Disney Imagineering puts its heart into. Surprisingly, one item that often is forgotten during planning is the choice of camera. Many visitors tend to just grab whatever they have and bring it along without thinking through what type of pictures they plan to take or how they are going to lug that...Read More
The Disney World annual pass is the best tool for maximizing your vacation savings. From trip planning to your time at Disney World your annual pass will net you huge savings. In fact, it keeps saving you money even when you get home. Here are some of the many discounts available for Disney World annual pass holders. 27 Ways to Save Big with a Disney World Annual Pass Tickets. Two 4 days visits to Disney World costs more than an annual pass Discounts on special event tickets, such as Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party Free Park Hopping Free Theme...Read More
If you’ve been visiting Magic Kingdom at Disney World for many years as I have, you know one thing is guaranteed: midday crowds are no fun. Guests are still arriving to fill in the Park and queues are filling up at even the least popular attractions. The sun is also high overhead beating down with that special kind of Florida heat. I learned early on how to avoid letting the midday crush from dampening my day. Many Disney World vacationers plan an all day Magic Kingdom marathon. They get up early with the goal of staying until fireworks shoot...Read More
If you’re planning your first Disney World vacation, then you’ve likely seen the term “rope drop” thrown around quite a bit. Rope drop refers to the literal dropping of the rope at entrances to Disney World’s theme parks at opening time. In most instances, cast members (Disney employees) walk along the entry paths with the rope to keep eager guests from racing to the rides. At Magic Kingdom, thought, it’s much more of an event. Now, whether you’re a first timer or a seasoned Disney World veteran like myself, you need know the new rope drop process at Magic...Read More
Disney Cruise Line is rolling out something new for all member of the family. The most exciting is a Tangled themed family restaurant. While we haven’t seen pictures yet, one can just imagine what Disney Imagineers have cooked up. Younger kids will enjoy enhancements to the Oceaneer Club. For teens, the Vibe lounge is being refurbished into modern loft area. And, finally, the adults only Cove Cafe will serve coffee by day and cocktails by night alongside the quiet pool. Per Disney PR: Exciting new spaces and new experiences designed for guests of all ages are coming to the...Read More
This week the long running Star Tours attraction will receive yet another exciting update. The new segment is something we’ve seen in the Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailers, a starspeeder chase across the dessert planet of planet Crait. This parched scene will feature prominently for a battle in the new movie. Expect at least one more scene to be added to Star Tours in the coming months. The new scene will debut at both Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disneyland on November 17th. ...Read More
Hollywood Studios has been a bit of a downer for many Disney World fans since the Osborne Lights retired. Disney is finally making up for that loss this year with an amazing new projection show on the Tower of Terror. Here is a list of the new Holiday entertainment lineup along with a video preview at the end. Enjoy! Per Disney PR: A flurry of fun will greet Guests visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios this holiday season. Festivities will include an immersive new nighttime experience that wraps all of Sunset Boulevard in holiday magic with jolly decorations, merry treats and...Read More
The ever popular Epcot International Food & Wine Festival returns for its 22nd season in 2017. The Festival has expanded to a run of 75 days, more than double the original event. There will be 35 food kiosks to celebrate Epcot’s 35th anniversary. This is a Festival matched only by the beautiful Flower & Garden event during springtime and a wonderful time to plan a Disney World vacation; especially for foodies. Per Disney PR: A record number of global food and wine marketplaces – 35 in all –will sizzle with new edible delights to celebrate 35 years of...Read More
One of the most unique festivals at Disney World returns again this …summer? Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, like many other WDW festivals, has once again increased in length to 32 days for 2017. The kickoff will be in August before many kids are even back in school. Below are the details for this year’s party. For Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party costume recommendations and tips on making the most of the night read here. Per Disney PR: With trick-or-treating throughout the park, bewitching fireworks under a pumpkin moon, costumed characters on parade, a wickedly joyous Villain Spelltacular and much more,...Read More
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