Okay, it’s only technically been about a year, but we’ve enjoyed watching progress on the new ride, like seeing the water tower going up and seeing all the new additions being added regularly. Well, on February 18th, we saw something HUGE happening on the ride, and we have to share it with you: WATER is flowing through Tiana’s Bayou Adventure. WATER, PEOPLE!!!
We’ve got a short list of Disney rides that are TOTAL must-dos for us.
Many rides are classic attractions like Pirates of the Caribbean (that SMELL alone gives us nostalgic feels). Haunted Mansion is also a no-brainer for us because the special effects in that attraction STILL make us happy. We will also make time to hop on Soarin’ despite the fact if you’re not sitting right in the center, the Eiffel Tower looks like the Leaning Tower of Pisa. But we’ve got some good news, Soarin’ Over California is set to return soon in Disney California Adventure!
Okay, we have to admit it — Happily Ever After is probably one of our favorite fireworks shows EVER.
This special fireworks show that happens nightly (well, on MOST nights, that is) is a do-not-miss event, for sure. But with a Happily Ever After viewing comes a BIG problem, especially if you’re watching from Main Street, U.S.A. That problem is CROWDS, and even when the park isn’t super busy, you’ll deal with a lot of people. But we’ve got a WAY better way to see Happily Ever After and you’re going to want to try it next time you’re in Magic Kingdom.
Imagine this: you’ve planned the perfect Disney World vacation.
You’ve picked out the BEST hotel to stay at for you and your group. You’ve got your park tickets. You’ve scanned into the park, and you’re ready to ride some rides. Well, maybe you ride something a little too extreme and then end up feeling sick for the rest of the day. It’s the WORST, and believe us, it’s happened to EVERYONE, but we’re going to help you avoid those rides that tend to make people sick.
Disney World has announced quite a few projects in recent years!
Some of those projects are currently underway (like Tiana’s Bayou Adventure), while we’re still waiting on updates for others (we’re looking at you, PLAY! Pavilion). And in Magic Kingdom, there’s one project that was announced…but we’re still waiting to hear more! Honestly, this one has us intrigued.
Sometimes the unexpected can happen in Disney World, but we do our best to prepare you if we can.
We always tell you about times when parks close early (which happens sometimes for special events). We also try to keep you updated on any weather that could impact your Disney World trip, especially when it might close rides. We also want you to know about both planned and unexpected ride closures. Tonight, one Magic Kingdom ride will be closing EARLY.
Not everything in Disney World goes according to plan.
Sometimes, you’re hit with bad weather (yep, it’s raining today). Sometimes, a bear invades Magic Kingdom (okay, well, it only happened ONCE…so far). Sometimes, your favorite ride is closed. Well, we’ve got some bad news about a VERY popular ride in Magic Kingdom. TRON Lightcycle / Run has been closed all day (February 4th).
When it comes to new theme park ride ideas, Disney has no shortage of places to find inspiration.
We’ve heard a LOT of ideas lately about some Disney movies that could be part of future park expansions, like Black Panther and Encanto. But a lot of folks tend to forget that Disney also owns a good portion of National Geographic, and believe it or not, there is a possibility of a National Geographic ride coming to the parks!
When you go to Disney World every day, you learn a few secrets about the theme parks.
First, you learn which rides to avoid at rope drop (seriously, you’d think it might catch on that certain rides are ALWAYS the ones that EVERYONE runs to at rope drop). We also know where the best — and worst — seats are on rides. We’ve also ranked EVERY single ride in Disney World. Then there are the rides that we love the most — and although we may not rank them high for thrills, they’re the comfort rides we ALWAYS get in line for.
A LOT is going on in Magic Kingdom right now.
Not only is Tiana’s Bayou Adventure under construction (and we keep looking for more updates on that ride every day), but another attraction is closing to get a brand new update. That attraction is Country Bear Jamboree, which is closing TOMORROW, January 27th. Now, we know you might not ever think an attraction like this would bring crowds to Magic Kingdom, but on its last day, well, Country Bear Jamboree was pretty popular!