It’s only August, but we’re already getting ready for 2021.
A good face mask isn’t very hard to find these days!
We’ve added a bunch of cute new styles on our DFB face mask collection and last week a ton of new Disney face masks featuring some of our favorite characters and attractions were released at World of Disney in Disneyland!
Downtown Disney has been shipping in some new Disney gear!
The Disney character face masks have been very popular at Downtown Disney at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Some of the previous designs featured Mickey, Minnie, and even Baby Yoda. Disney’s been busy churning out new protective gear and has just released a collection inspired by the theme park attractions and characters! [Read more…]
There seems to be some wackiness surrounding the uber-popular Minnie Mouse: The Main Attraction, a monthly collection of limited edition plush, toys, Minnie Ears, and Loungeflys that are themed after a classic Disney attraction!
Does anyone else get the “it’s a small world” theme song stuck in their heads from just reading the name??
And now, you can bring some of that “world of laughter” into your home with a new Disney DIY project!
This morning marked the official reopening of World of Disney in Disney Springs!
The crowds this morning were HUGE; so huge, in fact, that Disney had to use a virtual queue to limit capacity within the store. Once inside, there was one merchandise collection that was in particularly high demand.
If you’ve been to a Disney park in the last few years, you know that the technology is getting pretty crazy!
Disney has been developing tech that would pave the way for theme parks since the early years of Disneyland. We’re taking a look at five of Disney’s BIGGEST technological achievements that laid the foundation for the rides of today!
While Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings doesn’t suspect that Orlando’s major theme parks such as Disney World or Universal Studios will reopen until June at the earliest, theme parks have been working on submitting reopening plans.
In today’s meeting of the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force, the plans for three smaller Orlando theme parks were discussed by the Tourism subcommittee.