When Disney World reopened last year, a LOT changed, especially with entertainment.
Some entertainment went away altogether, while other experiences were modified to account for health and safety guidelines.
It’s been nearly a year since we were last able to watch a fireworks show at Disney World.
When the parks reopened last summer, nighttime spectaculars did not return and continue to be temporarily suspended. Although, we did get a little fireworks surprise around the holidays, and preparations are underway in EPCOT for its upcoming show, Harmonious, normal fireworks shows aren’t taking place. But, that hasn’t stopped Disney from testing fireworks!
A LOT is happening at EPCOT right now! The park is undergoing a major transformation — we’re already in love with the new fountain in front of Spaceship Earth (seriously, we can’t stop taking photos of it).
We’re also eagerly awaiting the arrival of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, although we’re getting impatient for some opening date announcements! C’mon, Disney — throw us a bone here!
Did you know there’s a reason why Expedition Everest is just under 200 feet tall? Or that Disney actually uses a specific color to HIDE things they don’t want you to see?
Whether you’ve been to Disney World never, once, or you’re a Disney World expert, there are TONS of things about the Most Magical Place on Earth that will totally BLOW your mind! And today we’re sharing 100 amazing Disney World facts with you!
Thinking about making your very FIRST trip EVER to Disney World this year?
The theme parks and some of the hotels at Walt Disney World are open, but LOTS of things are different than they used to be. From masks to dining options, there are a LOT of things you should be thinking about. ESPECIALLY if you’ve never visited before! So, should you visit Disney World for the very first time this year? We’re breaking it all down for you.
Here at DFB, we frequently give you lots of tips and tricks of what you should do to make your Disney trip as fun and memorable as possible!
Now, if you’ve been following along with us you’re probably pretty familiar with some of the things we recommend. While it can be really helpful to know all the spots you should visit and everything you should do to enjoy your vacation, you should also know the things you shouldn’t do. These are 22 of the things that a true Disney pro would NEVER do!
We’ve already seen two barges placed out on the water in preparation for this show, and we’ve seen the arms on these barges being tested. Today, we spotted another update on one of the barges that might point to some of the awesome technology that’ll be used in this show.
Last year, the global health crisis shut down all Disney Parks, including Tokyo Disney Resort, which includes two theme parks: Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea.