Got a second? Need a little bit of a break from the “real” world? Wondering what’s been happening in the world of Disney this week? Welcome, friend, you’re in just the right spot.
Ready to find out what’s new in Disney’s Animal Kingdom? We’re here to tell you!
It’s an exciting time to be in Animal Kingdom right now! The reimagined Finding Nemo musical just reopened and a popular meet-and-greet spot is also reopening soon. Come along with us to check out what’s new in Animal Kingdom!
It’s here! It’s finally here!
After the 2020 park closure, Animal Kingdom‘s Finding Nemo musical show did not reopen, and it was announced that a reimagined version of the show would be taking its place. We’ve followed along with the show’s journey from when details were first announced to getting a first look at the show, and now, the day has come for the show to finally open!
It seems like operations are almost fully back to normal in Disney World, as dining options and entertainment offerings are slowly but surely coming back to the parks.
Over in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Cast Members are celebrating Earth Day all month long with new treats and experiences. But, it looks like we’ll soon have something else to celebrate, as we’ve got an update on a reimagined show AND news about character meet and greets. Let’s dive in!
Trying to decide which parks you might want to bypass on your next Disney World vacation? We’re here to help!
Since the Disney World parks welcomed back guests in July 2020, we’ve noticed a ton of changes. From crowd levels to entertainment offerings and more, you might be wondering what exactly you’re in for on your next visit!
For those of you who can’t see enough of the new Finding Nemo: The Musical in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, don’t forget that you can get reserved seating for the show if you dine at Tusker House for lunch between 1:00pm and 1:45pm!
This is a great deal — you get to eat at a fantastic restaurant and follow it up with one of the premier Disney shows on property (seriously; Finding Nemo: The Musical is a wonderful show). At the moment, cost is around $23 per adult and $13 per kid for the lunch buffet, but on March 28th, the cost goes up to around $27 per adult and $14 per kid.
Call 407-WDW-DINE for reservations 🙂
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