We’re noticing a TON of new things in Disney World today for the 50th Anniversary!
Many things are changing in Disney World! Resorts and restaurants are reopening, fireworks are back, and we have a ton of new stuff to look forward to for Disney’s 50th anniversary! While Disney is gaining a lot of things right now, they are losing a few things too, like Disney’s Magical Express service being discontinued at the end of this year.
Now another change seems to be happening. If you’ve stayed at a Disney World hotel, chances are you’ve come across the “Must Do Disney” program while flipping through channels on your TV. Well, the long-time host of the show is saying goodbye.
Whether you’re a foodie, a chicken nugget connoisseur, a Disney pro, or a first timer, Walt Disney World offers some super under-the-radar dining experiences that can add value to your vacation.
Some provide a little education, others put you in touch with the animal kingdom, and still others are just plain fun.
Here are some special under-the-radar experiences you can
ONLY have at Walt Disney World…And ONLY The Pros Know About!
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opened with a bang at Disneyland Park on May 31, and the Disney World version blasted off a few weeks later on August 29.
And with so much to experience in this immersive new land, we’re taking a look at seven things — big and small! — that you CAN’T miss when you visit Black Spire Outpost on the planet Batuu!
Click here to visit our Galaxy’s Edge main page where
we’ve collected details and pics from Galaxy’s Edge!
Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run
For the Galaxy’s Edge grand openings, only one of the two major rides was ready to roll at first: Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run. [Read more…]
is one of those places at Walt Disney World’s Disney’s Hollywood Studios that you have to experience at least once.
I mean, dining in a convertible car watching kitchy old science fiction movie clips under a faux starlit sky is really a bespoke dining adventure.
But the food…hasn’t ever been the big draw here. And that’s okay — we’re in it for the fun atmosphere! But we do keep coming back to try to food because I’m looking forward to the day that I can say both the experience AND the food are fun at Sci-Fi.
A menu change resulted in some interesting meal options, so I was happy to drive (er, walk) in and give it another shot. But the contrast between these menu items (and an old standby) really couldn’t be more divergent.
One of the greatest attributes of Walt Disney World is its location
because even when the rest of the country is ensconced in winter, central Florida is typically still warm (and in the summer it’s downright tropical!). And you know what that means: lots of frozen treats to eat and drink!
We’ve had ’em all — and there are some old favorites and some NEW options we’re pretty sure you’re going to want to get your hot little hands on!
Here we share Five Frozen Treats You Can’t Miss at the Magic Kingdom!
Mint Julep Lemonade Slushy
First up, as you make your way down Main Street, U.S.A., pop into Casey’s Corner. It’s there you can find the Mint Julep Lemonade Slushy! This family-friendly drink is a terrific mixture of sweet and sour — with that refreshing slushy texture and temperature!