And, Movies Under the Stars is one of those activities! The movie series is a complementary evening activity where families can gather on one of the lawns surrounding the resort and watch a classic Disney movie. It can be a great way to end your Disney day before you head to bed and rest up for another busy day!
It’s a big day for Florida-based Disney fans!
Last week, Disney announced that the Florida Resident Discover Disney ticket would be returning for the first several months of 2021. Now, that day has arrived and Florida Residents can grab BIG savings on their Disney visits!
We’ve got BIG news for Florida-based Disney fans!
You may remember that Florida residents have had access to a special ticket at select times of the year, called the Florida Resident Discover Ticket. This option gives Floridians BIG savings and flexibility when it comes to visiting Disney World parks on non-consecutive days. Now, that offer is BACK!
Things are constantly changing at Disney World!
Just this month, we saw some restaurants reopen, other spots get new menu items, and a change in Boarding Group distribution times announced for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. December is almost over, but January will bring some even BIGGER changes at Walt Disney World. If you’re planning a trip to Disney World for January 2021, here are the 5 things that will be different there next month.
Although firework shows are currently suspended at Disney World, we’ve seen fireworks and flares return in a modified and small way in the holiday projections in Magic Kingdom!
We’ve also seen a new fireworks barge for Harmonious brought out in EPCOT, and some firework testing done about a month ago. Now, Disney has announced that MORE firework testing will be soon taking place!
As the song says, “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!” And that’s certainly true in Walt Disney World! Here at the DFB, we’ve been spending the season making a list — and checking it twice! — of ALL of the specialty snacks and sips for the 2020 Holiday Season in Walt Disney World!
Even better… we’ve sipped and snacked on them all to bring you photos and REVIEWS of each and every one. And we’ve compiled them all in one place so you can easily get the whole scoop on all of the Season’s Eatings in Disney World! [Read more…]
It’s no secret that Disney World is constantly changing.
Between decor, new attractions, and construction, Disney continually adds magic to its parks. Since 2020 was a year full of closures and a worldwide pandemic, Disney has had to adapt and make changes. But, what are the biggest changes as we head into the year 2021? Let’s find out!
Last week, Disney announced that it would lay off 28,000 Cast Members in the Parks, Experiences, and Products division.
As we started to get more details about the situation, we realized that many of these lay-offs would affect Cast Members at Disney World in Florida.
Thankfully, the Halloween fun has only just begun and more spooky snacks are available all over Disney World.
Updated 10-4-20 with more ways to help!
Earlier this week, Disney announced that approximately 28,000 Cast Members in the Parks, Experiences and Products division would be laid off.
We’re starting to get more details about what this could mean for Cast Members in Disney World, Disneyland, and elsewhere. We know that this is a very difficult time for Cast Members throughout the country, and we know that information is coming in fits and starts, bits and pieces, and third-party games of telephone from other Cast Members.
We wanted to create a curated page where we can unpack any details we’re getting about the announcement, and where interested Cast Members can find all of the information we currently know about the layoffs.
If you scroll down, we also have information about Cast Member resources and how to access them; and we have details on how you can donate to current Cast Member support organizations.
We’ll continue to update this page as we get more details.