A Guide to the Changes at Dumbo The Flying Elephant
James | July 1, 2012
You’ve just arrived at WDW’s Magic Kingdom, and the first thing on your list is to head to Dumbo so that you (or your child) can have that iconic Disney World experience. You make a beeline down Main Street, pass Cinderella Castle, and arrive at Fantasyland. But, where’s Dumbo? The spinner isn’t where it’s always Read More
Tickets available today for Disney World’s “Sip & Scream” event for D23 members.
James | June 27, 2012
Late September/early October is shaping up to be a great time to be a D23 member at Walt Disney World. We already told you about D23’s Epcot 30th Anniversary Celebration on September 30th, and now D23 is putting on the Sip & Scream event on October 2nd and 3rd. A “chilling twist to its annual Read More
Celebrate all nations (but mostly America) with Disney World’s Fourth of July Festivities
James | June 22, 2012
With the Fourth of July less than two weeks away, people all over the United States are starting to plan how they’re going to celebrate this nation’s independence day. If you’re heading to Walt Disney World on that very patriotic day, good news! As they do every year, WDW will run special Fourth of July Read More
5 small things that Disney World should emulate from the new California Adventure
James | June 21, 2012
Last week, Disney California Adventure at the Disneyland Resort finished a 5 year, 1.2 billion dollar reimagining that transformed DCA into a park that’s truly worthy of bearing the Disney name. I was able to visit the park this week, and I am beyond impressed. The empty, poorly themed park that opened in 2001 is Read More
Celebrate Epcot’s 30th Anniversary with D23.
James | June 13, 2012
On October 1, 1982, EPCOT Center opened to the public. In the three decades since, Epcot has been visited by millions upon millions of guests, and it has been heralded by some as the greatest theme park on the planet. This October, Epcot turns 30. While most would wonder if turning 30 means they’re getting Read More
Two ways to be Brave at Epcot and Magic Kingdom.
James | June 4, 2012
Brave, Disney/Pixar’s highly-anticipated fantasy adventure film set in Scotland, is set to debut in theatres across the country on June 22. Disney’s promotion for Brave is in full swing, with trailers and billboards for the movie popping up almost everywhere. If your kids can’t wait for Pixar’s next film, Walt Disney World has a couple Read More
Disney World ticket prices increase June 3rd.
James | June 1, 2012
As we predicted last week, Walt Disney World is following in Disneyland’s footsteps and increasing ticket prices. While the price hike at Disney World is not as steep as Disneyland, which saw up to 30% increases, a price increase is never good news. Tickets from a single day single park pass (was $85, is now Read More
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Reopens
James | May 29, 2012
Hang on to your hats, because this here’s the wildest news update in the wilderness. Memorial Day guests found that Magic Kingdom regained an iconic mountain yesterday. After being closed since early January this year for refurbishment, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad reopened to Disney World guests, complete with a few changes. The queue area of Read More
Three reasons I wish I was in Orlando for Star Wars Weekends
James | May 24, 2012
I am not ashamed to admit that I am a huge Star Wars fan. I grew up loving the original trilogy, and I had a closet full of Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, and Darth Vader action figures to prove it. While not every thing that George Lucas created in Star Wars is a gem (I’m Read More
Disneyland tickets jump in price. What does this mean for WDW?
James | May 22, 2012
Guests in Southern California have been abuzz the past few days since Disneyland Resort announced a significant increase in price that took effect Sunday, May 20th. The price-hikes range from a significant $7 boost to the One-Day One-Park ticket (now $87) to a staggering $150 to the Premium Annual Passport (now $649). So far, the Read More