Welcome back, DFB friends! We’re here with another DFB Video and today we’re talking about a few reasons you might not want to go in Disney World in 2020 (and a couple reasons why you should)!
No matter how prepared you think you are for your Disney vacation, you’re still likely to face a setback or two (or three… or four…) while staying at Disney World.
Don’t panic– these things happen to almost everybody! Here’s our best advice for dealing with a few of the most annoying — but still SOLVABLE — problems you might face when visiting the parks!
Many Disney World guests (including us here at the DFB team) get flutters of excitement when they get to meet and get photos taken with their favorite Disney World characters. And if you’re a parent to little ones, you likely get a burst of joy seeing your kiddo meet Mickey Mouse for the very first time.
Disney World’s PhotoPass photographers have become a vital component of these character meet-and-greets, and many vacationers choose to purchase the Memory Maker package for unlimited downloads of the resulting photos. (Disney World Annual Passholders get Memory Maker for free). During our recent visits to a few meet-and-greet locations, we’ve noticed the addition of automated cameras in lieu of PhotoPass photographers, and Disney Fans are NOT HAPPY about it. We’ll explain why in a minute, but first let’s talk about what these actually are and where you can find them.
Welcome back to another roundup of What’s New in Disney’s Hollywood Studios!
Today we’ll talk about menu updates, Skyliner construction, and new merchandise, so let’s dive right in!
Are these NEW Alex and Ani’s the “fairest of them all?” Well, that’s for you and the Magic Mirror to decide!
We found these new bracelets at Legends of Hollywood in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This location recently reopened with a BRAND NEW Pandora store and they have been dropping some really cute and fun new designs from films like Princess and the Frog and Star Wars.
Disney World’s Skyliner Gondola System is slated to open on Sunday, September 29th and we’re looking forward to checking it out for ourselves.
While we’ve gotten sneak peeks at the new transportation system in recent months, TODAY, Disney gave us a bird’s eye view from inside a real Skyliner gondola in action!
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge finally opened the gates to Batuu in Disney World this past month!
And, while Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run has allowed guests to pilot the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy, we can’t help but wonder… What is the newest attraction coming to Galaxy’s Edge, the Rise of the Resistance, going to be like? Will the Force be with it, or will it give in to the dark side of Disney misses?
In case you haven’t heard, there are a LOT of changes coming to both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort.
While many changes come in the form of new attractions (like the highly-anticipated TRON Lightcycle Run and Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind), there are also a whole bunch of NEW restaurants coming soon, like Space 220 and Topolino’s Terrace, to the parks and resorts! Let’s explore all the new and soon to be new options you need to know about.
If you’re planning a trip to Walt Disney World, you’re likely getting well-acquainted with the ins and outs of booking FastPass+ and Advanced Dining Reservations, as well as all the other pre-trip planning that needs to be done before you’re ready to hit the parks.
But hold up a sec! There are still a few key pieces of information you really should know before you go. We’ve got 4 tips that can help you out of many jams in Disney World — and these ain’t your run of the mill suggestions your Facebook moms group will share with you! Let’s get started!
These days, it seems like change is the name of the game in Disney World. From Epcot’s massive transformation to the recent opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the World seems to be in a constant state of change.
Given this amount of updating, it’s no surprise that Disney World’s modes of transportation are transforming as well.