Disney made the decision a while back to take out the bride auction scene in this classic ride. They decided to replace it with a different auction scene that uses a famous face from the previous scene.
This week’s featured photo brings us to the Land Pavilion in Epcot.
Day three in Disney World started in the Magic Kingdom area and ended in the Magic Kingdom area. I was even able to visit a restaurant that’s a favorite, but had not been to in a few years.
News broke today of a change to a very popular Disney attraction. In fact, it’s the attraction that was the last to have its construction overseen by Walt Disney himself.
Attractions at Disney World close for refurbishments throughout the year. Some are longer than others, it just depends on what type of work needs to be done on the attraction.
Running around the parks, trying to fit everything in, can be very exhausting. It’s good to have rides that allow you to get off your feet, but also allow you to enjoy a ride.
Disney World has a lot of tours that guests can choose from in multiple parks. The Magic Kingdom has a available and Disney has just added another choice.
There is some terminology that doesn’t really exist outside of Disney. ADRs, MagicBands, Memory Maker, PhotoPass, FastPass, and so on. One of those terms can be a little confusing for people who have never been to Disney. So let’s explore how FastPasses work.
Epcot’s World Showcase is full of food and drink choices. In addition to the food and drink options, some countries have attractions too. Mexico has one ride that the whole family loves to ride multiple times when we are in Disney.
Today’s Picture of the Day comes from Hollywood Studios.