You can even go trick-or-treating during Disney World’s NEW After Hours BOO Bash event. But, what if you don’t have a park ticket or BOO Bash ticket? And what if you still want to go trick-or-treating with a special Disney twist? Well, select guests can do all of that at one special place. We’ll let you in on a little secret!
It’s a shame that the only time of the year we get to eat a lot of gingerbread snacks is during the holidays — we would totally eat them year-round!
But the good news is that there are plenty of gingerbread treats available to Disney World guests this time of year, and we’ve tried a lot of them. Some of these festive holiday snacks include a gingerbread muffin, gingerbread churros, and gingerbread cookies.
Although we are BIG fans of the Disney Parks, sometimes it’s fun to have your own mini adventure with your friends and families outside the parks!
And, relaxing underneath the stars and fresh Florida air at the Fort Wilderness Campground is a great way for some bonding time (especially with this discount)!
Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
And Happy Campers planning a trip to Fort Wilderness will want to know about a new campsite category available for booking on Disney World’s website — the Premium Meadow Campsite.
One of the most exciting things about visiting Walt Disney World Resort is that there is always something new to experience — even if you’ve been hundreds of times. Here we’ve gathered 36 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do at Walt Disney World — so let’s all go try something new!
1. Experience the Magic Kingdom Flag Retreat
This moving Magic Kingdom experience requires no Fastpass+ — just a desire to participate in a formal flag lowering ceremony held at the Magic Kingdom flagpole in front of the Walt Disney Railroad Station. The ceremony includes fanfare by trumpets, the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, and the singing of God Bless America and the Star Spangled Banner accompanied by the philharmonic.
After the lowering and folding of the flag, a guest veteran is handed the flag and a short procession up Main Street, U.S.A., is accompanied by a medley of U.S. military songs. This event takes place daily, so check with Guest Services or the Times Guide to find out when to watch!
2. Drink up — for free!
The Return to Sleepy Hollow Event, which made its debut last year, will make its way back to Disney World’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground this fall!
The evening event features a group viewing of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” animated classic from 1949 right inside the Tri-Circle-D Ranch stables. You may even catch a glimpse of galloping ghosts and encounter the Headless Horseman himself! [Read more…]