Let’s face it: the lines in Disney World can be LONG.
Walt Disney World Resort will begin reopening to guests at select Resort hotels on June 22nd followed by the theme parks beginning on July 11th.
While we have known for some time that — upon initial reopening — experiences around the Resort will see modifications (and, in some cases, will be unavailable), we are getting a full picture of what that means for specific offerings and special events. For instance, it was just announced that Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party has been canceled for this fall. (The Epcot Food and Wine Festival, however, will return SOON!). [Read more…]
The 7-hour tour brings guests behind-the-scenes to “receive an up-close look into the artistry, technology, mechanical marvels and backstage secrets that go into producing world-class entertainment.” The experience includes backstage access to The American Adventure attraction in Epcot, the “Utilidor” tunnels constructed underneath Magic Kingdom, a visit to the Costuming Department, and more — including a lunch break at a Disney World table service restaurant. [Read more…]
This tour allows guests to have unprecedented access to backstage kitchens and working areas in Magic Kingdom and hear stories and food history of the parks from Chefs and Cast Members behind the production. Tastings of beloved menu items is a unique feature of this tour, and guests are even invited to “taste the future” by sampling an in-development item. [Read more…]
We recently gave you a sneak peek at all the Holiday Fun coming to Disney World for the 2018 Season!
During the Christmas in July Media Event, we were also able to participate in a preview of Disney’s Yuletide Fantasy Tour, which will be offered once again this year on select dates in November and December. This 3.5-hour tour brings guests backstage to learn about what goes on behind the scenes to make the Holiday Season completely magical in Disney World! [Read more…]