While Disneyland and Disney World are hopefully reopening at the beginning of April (but it could be longer), we’ve been using our time outside of the parks to reminisce about the memories we’ve made in Disney. And, with all the exciting new changes coming soon, we can’t help but think about the Disney Parks and attractions of the past!
Ah, Disney World FastPass+. Whether you love it or hate it, there’s no denying it’s incredibly useful during your Disney World vacation.
Disney World’s FastPass+ system is notoriously complex to master, and understanding the different Tiers and the way they work is integral to making the most of your Disney vacation. After all, those precious minutes in the park are EXPENSIVE. Why waste them standing in line?
Still, it takes some effort to use FastPass+ to its fullest potential and the system is constantly changing. In fact, we’ve ALREADY seen some pretty big updates this year. So, if you’ve got a Disney World trip this year (or you’re dreaming of one), read on! Here are the three tips you need to master Disney World’s FastPass+ Tiers in 2020!
The PhotoPass photographers in Disney World capture the most magical moments of your vacation (with a special bit of extra pixie dust, of course).
And, the Disney PhotoPass Service is celebrating its 15th anniversary (!!!) with all-new, limited-time photo ops around the parks. We’ve already got our best Minnie ears picked out and ready to go!
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is an iconic Disney attraction that you can find in Disney World’s Hollywood Studios, Disneyland Paris’ Walt Disney Studios Park, and Tokyo DisneySea. Disney California Adventure has a similar drop attraction, but it has been rethemed to become Guardians of the Galaxy — Mission: Breakout!
Today, Disney gave us a closer look at some thrilling new updates featured in the attraction in Paris!
Welcome back! We’re here with another update of What’s New in Disney’s Hollywood Studios!
We’ve got lots of spooky merch and sweet food updates for ya, so let’s hop right on in!
Have you ever wanted to just be able to walk onto popular Hollywood Studios attractions like Slinky Dog Dash, Tower of Terror, and Rock ‘n’ Rollercoaster with no wait? How about being able to do that while eating all of the popcorn, soda, and Mickey bars you can possibly hold?
Sounds like a dream, right? Well, guess what: it’s actually exactly what happens at After Hours at Disney’s Hollywood Studios! We’re here to tell you all about it, including our thoughts and how to determine if these events are a good investment for you. Ready? As Slinky Dog says, “hold on!”
Located on Sunset Boulevard, Rosie’s All-American Cafe at Walt Disney World’s Disney’s Hollywood Studios is a counter service joint serving up — you guessed it! — American style eats amidst World War II-inspired decor. In the past this place has been one of my least favorite counter service spots. But recently…there have been some changes!
Updated menu items include a Fried Green Tomato Sandwich…and this awesome and amazing new snack that’s been added to the menu!