At the mask-free relaxation stations, guests were allowed to sit or stand on a designated distancing marker (or a table/chairs in that space) and remove their face coverings. They could then eat a snack or simply relax in the area while distanced from others. But now, the mask-free relaxation stations in the parks are changing.
Hello to all our DFB Friends!
We spent a day at Hollywood Studios, living the best Hollywood life, getting our Star Wars on, and hitting up all the shops to see if we could spot anything new. So get ready for some updates!
Welcome back to Disney’s Hollywood Studios!
We took a quick trip around the park yesterday to check out some new merchandise and gather any other updates for you. Here’s what we found!
Welcome back, DFB friends! We’re here with another What’s New at Hollywood Studios!
And, we’ve got some updates on must-have Disney merchandise and a new relaxation station to share with you! So, what are you waiting for? Let’s jump right on in!
We found out today that not one, not two, but THREE Disney World restaurants will be reopening in the next few weeks!
We’ve already checked in on the just-released menu for a reopening Crystal Palace and now we get to take a look at the menu for Tomorrowland Terrace, opening December 17th. Here’s the thing: This menu definitely looks strangely familiar… .
Disney World foodies, it’s a great day for us!
Disney just announced that not one, not two, but THREE fan-favorite Disney World restaurants will be reopening this month and next. Let’s check out WHEN and WHICH restaurants we’ll be chowing down in once again!
Now that Disney World has reopened, we’ve been combing through the parks to collect all the brand new tips you need to know!
In order to enter the parks, all guests ages two and older are required to wear an appropriate face covering. So, since nearly everyone who enters Disney World will need to wear a face mask, we figured this is a pretty important topic to cover!
WOW! We’ve been back inside Magic Kingdom for the first time since it closed its gates in mid-March! The experience was VERY different than what we’re used to when it comes to visiting a Disney World theme park!
Keep in mind that while our first experience back was a Cast Member preview day with very limited crowds, one of if not THE most noticeable differences we experienced was the impact on crowds from the limited capacity. In order to accommodate physical distancing and to keep crowds at bay, Disney has drastically reduced their capacity and controls the number of people in the parks via their new Disney Park Pass Reservation System. So, what do YOU need to know about having a successful limited capacity vacation? We’re sharing 10 tips with you today!