Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Disneyland Character Meals....Which one should you choose?!?!

Disneyland has 5 character meals. I am going to be talking about all 5 in this blog including current prices. Please note Disney raises their prices usually yearly and prices are subject to change without notices, and food options will probably change. I will try to keep my web site as up to date as possible but I don't think I will come back to this blog and up-date....don't worry I will link my website's pages on here for you to click on for the latest information.


First up....



Ariel Grotto
Join Ariel and her friends at Ariel’s Grotto for an enchanting Character Dining experience filled with music, laughter, delicious food and the opportunity to meet Disney Princesses during “Ariel’s Disney Princess Celebration.”

Location: Paradise Pier, Disney California Adventure Park (administration to the park is required.)
Character: Ariel, Snow White, Cinderella, and Aurora are the typical characters’ scene but only Ariel is guaranteed (also you may see Rapunzel, Tiana, and Belle) Please note usually there are 5 princesses out at each meal.)
Restaurant Info: American/Healthy Selections/Vegetarian,
Character Breakfast $37 per Adult/$22 per child, Character Lunch $42 per Adult/$24 per child
Dinner NON character but World of Color Dinner Package $48.61 per Adult/$27.01 per Child

Annual Passport Discounts: Signature Passport, Premium, Signature Plus Passport: 15%
Annual Passport Discounts: Deluxe, Southern California Select, Southern California Passport: 10%
*Please note: food selections and prices are subject to change these are what they were when we last checked

Breakfast and lunch prices do not have tip and taxes added but dinner prices do. Ariel's Grotto is the only character meal that is NOT a buffet but a 3 course meal brought to your table. Its considered a premium character meal. They have photo pass photographers there and you can either buy the photo package there for an addition $35 or you can have them scan your photo pass (if you bought one, to digitally down load later. )  For more information about Ariel's Grotto check out our website

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Goofy's Kitchen
 

Rub elbows with Goofy and his pals at this winningly whimsical buffet with many inventive culinary surprises.
Location: Disneyland Hotel
Character: Chef Goofy, Su Chef Pluto, Baker Minnie and Waitstaff Chip n Dale
Restaurant Info: American/Healthy Selections/Vegetarian, Breakfast./Brunch/Dinner, 
Brunch Price $35 per Adult/$21 per Child, Dinner Price $39 per Adult/$23 per child

Annual Passport Discounts: Signature Passport, Premium, Signature Plus Passport: 15%
Annual Passport Discounts: Deluxe, Southern California Select, Southern California Passport: 10%
*Please note: food selections and prices are subject to change these are what they were when we last checked

Goofy's Kitchen is also considered a premium Character dining experience. This place boost the best food, and my son seems to agree but its very child friendly food, ie: their famous peanut butter and Jelly Pizza, or Mac and cheese Pizza. They also have a photo pass opportunity where you can buy the photos there for $35 or if you have the photo pass you can have them added to your pass. For more information about Goofy's Kitchen, please click here.

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 Plaza Inn

 

Drop “inn” for hearty American fare the whole family will love and a lively Character Breakfast with some favorite Disney friends.

Location: Main Street, Disneyland Park (admission to the park required)
Character: Minnie for sure, usually Chip N Dale, Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Hook, rare but can also be scene Pluto, Eeyore, Rafiki, White Rabbit, Br'er Fox, Honest John
Restaurant Info: American/Healthy Selections/Vegetarian, 
Breakfast Price $32 per Adult/$18 per Child 
*please note that for lunch and dinner this place turns into a famous quick service place with no characters. 

Annual Passport Discounts: Signature Passport, Premium, Signature Plus Passport: 15%
Annual Passport Discounts: Deluxe, Southern California Select, Southern California Passport: 10%
*Please note: food selections and prices are subject to change these are what they were when we last checked

If you want to see the most diverse characters, this is the place to eat at. Also, it is the cheapest character meal.  They also have a photo pass opportunity where you can buy the photos there for $35 or if you have the photo pass you can have them added to your pass. For more information about Minnie's Breakfast at the Plaza Inn, please click here. 

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Disney's PCH Grill

 

Meet beloved Disney Characters at a tasty breakfast buffet—and then savor bonfire-inspired dishes when you come for dinner.

Location: Paradise Pier Hotel
Character: Mickey, Minnie, Stitch, Pluto, Daisy (sometimes Donald) 
Restaurant Info: Restaurant Info: American, Vegetarian,
Breakfast Price: $35 per Adult/ $21 per child
*note they do have a dinner buffet at this restaurant too but there are no characters for dinner.

Annual Passport Discounts: Signature Passport, Premium, Signature Plus Passport: 15%
Annual Passport Discounts: Deluxe, Southern California Select, Southern California Passport:

The only character meal where you get to meet Mickey. Also, you seem to get the most character interaction at this dining location. They also have a photo pass opportunity where you can buy the photos there for $35 or if you have the photo pass you can have them added it to your pass. For more information about Surf Up Mickey's Breakfast, click here. 
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Storytellers Cafe


Classic California folklore comes to life at this casual eatery featuring hand-painted murals, a cozy fireplace and à la carte cuisine.
Location: Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa
Character: Chip N Dale then hard to find woodland critters such as Brother Bear Kenai and Koda, Meeko, Br'er Fox, Br'er Bear
Restaurant Info: American/Healthy Selections/Vegetarian, 
Breakfast price: $33 per Adult/$19 per Child

Annual Passport Discounts: Signature Passport, Premium, Signature Plus Passport: 15%
Annual Passport Discounts: Deluxe, Southern California Select, Southern California Passport: 10%
*Please note: food selections and prices are subject to change these are what they were when we last checked,
 
 Meet unusual hardly scene characters at Chip N Dale's Critter Breakfast.  This is the only character dining package where there is no photographer taking photos and selling them to you. This can be scene as a plus or minus. For more information about Storyteller Cafe, click here
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To wrap up this hopefully short yet easy to learn about character dining experience at Disneyland, I want to talk to you about the per-paid dining option Disney offers you when you book a vacation. (RMH Travel always offers it on their quotes for all clients, if you would like a free no obligation quote, please click here. ) The price for these dining options are $38 for an adult and $22 for child for their regular Dining and $48 for an adult and $28 for child for their premium character meals. When you just glance at the prices, you may say that this isn't a good deal, but you have to remember these prices include tax and tip where as I did not include them for the restaurants because tipping is a personal choice with a big window.  With that said if you tip over 16% then buying these per-purchased vouchers  would be a savings except...for Goofy's Kitchen Breakfast, even if you tipped at 20% you will be loosing $3.20 per adult ticket and $1 per child's ticket. For Ariel's Grotto Breakfast you break about even at tipping at 20%, and with all the others you have a great savings. Getting the vouchers and eating at Mickey's Surfs Up Breakfast would actually give you the greatest savings, followed by dinner at Ariel's Grotto.  
 
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Saturday, November 5, 2016

Disneyland FASTPASS Selection Guide and tips

Disneyland FASTPASS Selection Guide

Disneyland Park

·         Space Mountain this ride is fast and in the dark, you must be 40 inches tall to ride, this attraction is very popular, and has often distributed all fast pass by mid-day on busier days and late afternoon on medium days. Expect to have to return to this attraction about 2 hours after getting the fast pass unless you get it first thing in the morning, please note this ride has 2 overlays, Ghost Galaxy (where a scary looking ghost chases you thru the dark ride, during Halloween time), and Hyperspace Overlay (same space mountain with X-fighter shown thru out the ride and you destroy a battle cruiser)
·         Indiana Jones Adventure this ride is fast and jerky, you must be 46 inches tall, because this attraction is popular, you should grab a FASTPASS early and except over 2 hour before you can return to the attraction with the FASTPASS, exceptions are on slow days and if you grab it early
·         Star Tours (Distributed Next to Buzz Light Year) motion simulator ride, you must be 40 inches to ride, it is a great first time ride for those that just hit 40 inches, as it is the gentiles of all the BIG rides. This ride is somewhat popular and you are looking at about an hour return time if you get a FASTPASS, exceptions of course is if you get one first thing in the morning.
·         Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters during slow days they don’t even have this fast pass machine on, but when they do turn it on, it is not connected to their system so you can grab a fast pass whenever you want regardless if you have a fast pass or not. (see below in FAQ for more information) the FASTPASS returns are usually for 20 minutes later which is what all FASTPASS machines are set at, whether they gave out enough pass the last 20 minutes or not.  Only time this is not true is during the super busy times.
·         Haunted Mansion This machine is sometimes turned off during slower seasons, but is ALWAYS on when they overlay the Haunted Mansion with the Nightmare before Christmas. When the overlay is on this is a VERY VERY popular attraction with long waits and long return times, so if you are going between September and the first week in January, I highly suggest getting this fast pass early and expect to have a 2+ hour wait to return to the attraction.
·         Splash Mountain You must be 40 inches to ride this attraction. The FASTPASS return time is based off of the weather…the warmer it is the more popular the attraction is so the longer return time. I have gone on somewhat warm day with return times 20 minutes later, and then on hot days you can expect 1-2 hours, in the summer, this attraction has been known to distribute all there FASTPASS by late afternoon.
·         Big Thunder Mountain You must be 40 inches to ride this attraction. This is the second attraction, I always recommend trying when your little one finally is tall enough, it is fun and has more twist and turns but is smooth with no big drops, plus it’s easy to hold on tight to your little ones as they enjoy their first thrills. This attraction will sometimes have their FASTPASS distribution station close on slower days, but not always. It’s rare that your return time will exceed the 2-hour wait (which is the longest you would have to wait to get another FASTPASS if your first FASTPASS return time is over 2 hours), this usually only happens on very crowded days. Most of the time you are looking at a 20-min return time.
·         Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin to be honest, this attraction is not my favorite and I have only used the FASTPASS system maybe a handful of times in the 20 years this attraction has been open, and I don’t know much about it except what I have heard. I heard that it is not connected to the system so you can get a FASTPASS anytime, and then I have heard that isn’t true.  Most of the time if I walk by and see a 20-minute wait for the attraction I will just get in line, but if its longer I don’t even bother…but I know if this is a once in a life time trip or not often you would want to hit this ride. I would say if the wait is over an hour grab a fast pass.
·         Fantasmic! This FASTPASS is not available right now as the show is down due to Star Wars land being built, but when it is open, you can picked up the FASTPASS near Big Thunder Mountain. All show tickets are not connected to the system and may be picked up at any time, but they should be picked up relatively early, and for sure early on busy days if you want to see the show.

California Adventure

·         Frozen-Live at the Hyperion Theater very popular show, if you want to see this show, you must get a FASTPASS and you must get one early, even on slow days. The good thing is show fast pass are discounted from the system and you can get another FASTPASS right away.
·         World of Color night time show, distributed near Grizzly River Run. Again, because this is a show you can grab a FASTPASS whenever, I usually suggest when you are near Grizzly River Run. Unless you are there on a very busy day, they usually have FASTPASS for the show all day long. On very busy days I would suggest getting there before noon.
·         Radiator Springs Racers (Distributed near It’s Tough to Be a Bug) You must be 40 inches to ride this ride. This is another great ride for your child that just hit 40 inches to go on, as there are no big drops and except for the race at the end, it’s a very calm ride. This is also a very VERY popular ride. Even on slow days, FASTPASS will conclude for the day before noon, and on busy days within an hour or two of the park opening, so I highly suggest getting Frozen and this fast pass first thing in the morning. Your return time for this ride will more than likely be over 2 hours even if you get it first thing in the morning unless you happen to be in the front of the fast pass line, a line that starts to form even before the park opens.
·         Soarin’ Over World you must be over 40 inches for this ride. This ride takes you high up in the air so if you have a thing about heights, you might want to skip it but it is so beautiful. This ride is 20 minutes long so the wait is hard because the line doesn’t move for 10 minutes or so (there are two theaters and they try to stagger them) and then it moves a lot as each theater can hold over 100 people. FASTPASS return times for this ride are usually about an hour on low to medium crowd days and can be over 2 hours on busy days.
·         California Screaminonly ride where you must be over 48 inches tall, because of the loop. This attraction usually has a short FASTPASS return time, (about 20 minutes). Again unless it’s a very crowded day then you can see longer wait times but rarely even on super busy days have I scene this attraction be over 2 hours for a return time, and on slow times the wait for the ride is usually faster than the posted return times if you grabbed a fast pass at that point
·         Goofy’s Sky School you must be 42 inches tall for this ride. This is a strange ride, the drops look huge, but most kids I take on this ride who are tall enough love it. Sometimes the FASTPASS distribution is turned off because the wait for this ride is too short. With that said it is rare for you to have to wait more than an hour for your return time to this attraction, even on busy days.
·         Grizzly River Run you must be 42 inches tall to ride this ride.  Which is strange because my son says its less scary than Splash. This ride is like splash, based on the weather is the wait, the hotter it is the longer the return time would be, and sometimes on really hot days they conclude giving pass for the day.
·         The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror (soon to be renamed Gradian of the Galaxy Tower) you must be 40 inches tall to ride this ride. Because it is closing in January for the new ride, it is very popular and has long wait times, once it is renamed…I may update this, before the renamed the wait time was average of about an hour most of the time with 2 hours on busy days, but right now this attraction has been concluding for the day by midafternoon.

Some FAQ:


How does it work? Insert your ticket or annual pass into the FASTPASS distribution machine (which is usually located next to the attraction unless noted above). The machine will give you one FASTPASS per ticket entered in the machine. Everyone wishing to ride the ride must have a FASTPASS.
How much do FASTPASS cost? This question is asked more often than you think, and the answer is: NOTHING! The FASTPASS system is free for everyone to use. Now if you want to enter the FASTPASS line without having to get a FASTPASS or wait for your FASTPASS to be good…then you must pay for VIP tour, which is very costly…think $300-$600 an hour, with a minimum booking of 6 hours in a day. (but it is good for up to 10 people…lol)
How many FASTPASS can I get? You can get as many FASTPASS as you like, but you may only hold one FASTPASS at a time. The exceptions are: show FASTPASS which are disconnected from the system and Buzz Light Year Ride. Another exception is if the return time for your current ride is more than 2 hours from when you pulled it. Also, you can grab another FASTPASS as soon as the first FASTPASS return time window opens. I often recommend getting your next FASTPASS before going on your current FASTPASS, unless no attractions are nearby while you are going on the first.  Please refer to the example below




Please note that if you got the FASTPASS at let say 1:00 pm, it would say another FASTPASS ticket will be available at 1:40 PM.

Somethings to keep in mind


  •  FASTPASSES are on a first-come first served bases. I noted some attractions which often disturbed all their FASTPASSES for the day. Disney released so many FASTPASS PER 20-minute window, and when they reach the time for the end of the day for that attraction they stop giving out FASTPASS.
  • FASTPASS systems work independently of each other, which means you can have a FASTPASS for a ride at Disneyland and then immediately head to California Adventure and grab one there, but the walk is rarely worth it, unless you are limited to one day at the park I don’t recommend doing this.
  •   Note when your FASTPASS expires, Disneyland has been extremely strict lately with not allowing people to use expired FASTPASS, exceptions are if the ride broke down during your FASTPASS window.
  • Little ones (age 2 and under) of course will not have a FASTPASS as they don’t have a ticket, but since children under the age of 7 always needs someone over the age of 14 to ride with them, they except everyone else to have a FASTPASS.
 

Sunday, July 31, 2016

Disneyland Railroad and Rivers of America Attractions to Reopen Summer 2017 at Disneyland Park

Disneyland Railroad and Rivers of America Attractions to Reopen Summer 2017 at Disneyland Park

This includes all attractions along the Rivers of America:
  • Fantasmic!
  • Mark Twain Riverboat and Sailing Ship Columbia
  • Pirate’s Lair on Tom Sawyer Island
  • Davy Crockett Explorer Canoes
Rivers of America at Disneyland Park
The new northern bank of the Rivers of America is the latest in a 60-year evolution of this classic waterway. This Disneyland original has been taking guests on a journey along four iconic American rivers since it opened on July 17, 1955. On opening day, there was just one way to travel the rivers … on board the Mark Twain Riverboat.
Rivers of America at Disneyland Park
One year later, in 1956, traffic on the Rivers of America picked up significantly with the addition of Indian War Canoes (now known as Davy Crockett Explorer Canoes) and Tom Sawyer Island Rafts (which took guests to the newly opened Tom Sawyer Island).
Sailing Ship Columbia at Disneyland Park
Then in 1958, another large watercraft joined Mark Twain Riverboat on trips around the Rivers of America. Sailing Ship Columbia is an exact replica of the 18th century merchant vessel, Columbia Rediviva, the first American ship to circumnavigate the globe, and the namesake of Oregon’s Columbia River.
The next significant change to the Rivers of America came in 1966 with the addition of New Orleans Square. Now guests could take a genteel stroll along the banks of the Mississippi River (one of four sections on the waterway), enjoying live music along with a lovely view.
'Fantasmic!'
In 1992, the quiet New Orleans Square nights were replaced by a fantastical journey into Mickey Mouse’s imagination with the debut of “Fantasmic!”
Rivers of America and Disneyland Railroad at Disneyland Park
And next year, history will be made on the Rivers of America once again with a gorgeous new riverbank and an elevated trestle over which the iconic Disneyland Railroad will travel. For now, be sure to stop by the Main Street and New Orleans Square stations now to get an up-close look at the steam engines of the Disneyland Railroad, and we’ll be back with a look at how the railroad has changed through the years while remaining a Disneyland icon.
Get ready to hit the rails and the water again when Disneyland Railroad and Rivers of America attractions reopen, summer 2017!

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Tuesday, June 7, 2016

New Disneyland Hotel Proposal

The Walt Disney Company has submitted plans to the City of Anaheim to add a new luxury resort hotel to the Disneyland Resort. According to the OC Register, the hotel would be 700 rooms and be rated Four Diamonds by AAA. The proposed hotel will have a rooftop restaurant with a view of the fireworks over Sleeping Beauty Castle, as seen in this concept art.
Concept art of the rooftop restaurant at the proposed new hotel at the Disneyland Resort. The approximately 700 room hotel will be located on 10 acres on what is currently the Downtown Disney parking lot. The proposed hotel would be a AAA
Concept art of the rooftop restaurant at the proposed new hotel at the Disneyland Resort. The approximately 700 room hotel will be located on 10 acres on what is currently the Downtown Disney parking lot. The proposed hotel would be a AAA “Four-Diamond” hotel.
Photo COURTESY, THE DISNEYLAND RESORT
Concept art of the lobby for the proposed new hotel at the Disneyland Resort. The approximately 700 room hotel will be located on 10 acres on what is currently the Downtown Disney parking lot. The proposed hotel would be a AAA
Concept art of the lobby for the proposed new hotel at the Disneyland Resort. The approximately 700 room hotel will be located on 10 acres on what is currently the Downtown Disney parking lot. The proposed hotel would be a AAA “Four-Diamond” hotel.
Photo COURTESY, THE DISNEYLAND RESORT
Concept art of the swimming pool area of the proposed new hotel at the Disneyland Resort. The approximately 700 room hotel will be located on 10 acres on what is currently the Downtown Disney parking lot. The proposed hotel would be a AAA
Concept art of the swimming pool area of the proposed new hotel at the Disneyland Resort. The approximately 700 room hotel will be located on 10 acres on what is currently the Downtown Disney parking lot. The proposed hotel would be a AAA “Four-Diamond” hotel.
Photo COURTESY, THE DISNEYLAND RESORT
The hotel would be located at the northern end of the Downtown Disney parking lot, essentially behind the Rainforest Cafe and ESPN Zone, on the corner of Disneyland Drive and Magic Way. The footprint of the project will occupy ten acres of the Downtown Disney parking lot, but it will include a parking structure which will service the hotel and Downtown Disney. I can't wait to try the new hotel, I don't park in Downtown Disney so that part doesn't affect me but I do sometimes walk thru it to get to Rainforest Cafe for breakfast before I hit the park. Not sure how this new hotel will affect that walk.

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Awaken Summer at Walt Disney World 2016

Awaken Summer

Tree of Life Awakens rendering at Disney's Animal Kingdom
New Excitement Awakens This Summer
Awaken Summer throughout the entire Walt Disney World® Resort and discover new and immersive experiences that will bring you to worlds that, up until now, you could only imagine. All new attractions and entertainment are currently scheduled to open throughout the summer.
Must-Do's in All Four Theme Parks...and Beyond!
Be there as the magic of nature comes alive both day and night at Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park. Feel the Force as it's unleashed at Disney's Hollywood Studios®. Sail through a world of Frozen fun at Epcot®. And have a music- and magic-filled time at Magic Kingdom® Park.
But the excitement doesn't stop there. It continues through Disney Springs™ where you can enjoy an eclectic mix of unique boutiques, one-of-a-kind eateries and jaw-dropping entertainment. You'll even be able to participate in The Frozen Games at Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park.
Prepare to Discover a Summer Unlike Any Other!
Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park
  • The Jungle Book: Alive with Magic Show – Begins May 28, 2016! For the summer, Discovery River becomes the stage for music and pageantry in a limited-engagement show inspired by Disney's hit live-action film The Jungle Book. The Jungle Book: Alive with Magic is a live show filled with music and special effects that celebrates the new film and the classic songs, now infused with an Indian influence.
  • Tree of Life® Awakenings – Begins May 27, 2016! The Tree of Life swirls with dramatic color throughout the evening as artistic projections tell stories of love, adventure, humor and culture.
  • Discovery Island Carnivale – Begins May 27, 2016! When this nighttime dance party hits the streets, you'll get to revel in the splendor of all living things alongside stilt walkers, musicians and more.
  • Harambe Wildlife Parti – Begins May 27, 2016! You'll be able to join singers, dancers, acrobats and musicians for a wild and wonderful street festival that kicks off when the sun sets.
  • Kilimanjaro Safaris - Extended hours begin May 27, 2016! After the sun sets, you will be able to explore Kilimanjaro Safaris and see the nighttime behavior of the wildlife and better tune in to the unique vocalization of the animals like never before.
  • Tiffins Restaurant and Nomad Lounge - Opens May 27, 2016! Tiffins, the newest Disney signature restaurant, features cuisine and beverages from places that inspired the creation of Disney's Animal Kingdom and is open for both lunch and dinner. The Nomad Lounge features waterfront views in addition to hand-crafted cocktails, beers, sustainable wines, specialty non-alcoholic beverages and small bites.
Disney's Hollywood Studios
  • Star Wars Launch Bay – Now Open! It's the place to go for popular character encounters and more.
  • Star Tours® – The Adventures Continue – Now Open! On this thrilling attraction, you'll travel to Jakku, an all-new destination from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
  • Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple – Now Open! Bring your Younglings to hone their Lightsaber skills in preparation to face the dark side.
  • Star Wars: A Galactic Spectacular – Begins June 17, 2016! Look to the skies for this nightly fireworks finale bursting with Star Wars™ music and magic.
Epcot
  • Frozen Ever After – Opens June 21, 2016! This boating adventure through Arendelle features favorite Frozen characters, songs and a visit to Elsa's Ice Palace in the cool blue world of the North Mountain.
  • Royal Sommerhus – Opens June 21, 2016! You'll have a royally good time as you meet Anna and Elsa in a charming Norwegian culture.
  • Soarin' Around the World - Opens June 17, 2016! Get ready to soar over the Great Wall of China, Switzerland's Matterhorn mountain, and spectacular scenic wonders on every continent in this brand-new adventure. Your imagination can take flight in this epic re-imagining of an Epcot classic.
  • Turtle Talk with Crush - Now Open! When Crush the sea turtle swims up to the "Human Tank" this summer, he'll be joined by Dory and some of her new friends from Disney•Pixar's "Finding Dory!"
Magic Kingdom Park
  • Mickey's Royal Friendship Faire – Begins June 17, 2016! Music and magic arrive at the castle stage for a new show featuring Mickey Mouse and pals, along with characters from The Princess and the Frog, Tangled, and Frozen.
  • Elena of Avalor - Debuts August 2016! Guests will be able to see Princess Elena, Disney's first princess inspired by diverse Latin cultures. Elena will debut in the Disney Channel series "Elena of Avalor" this summer.
Disney Springs
  • Town Center – Now Open! Town Center, the newest neighborhood at Disney Springs, is officially open! Featuring Spanish revival architecture, gorgeous landscaping and several new fountains and water features, this new addition is home to exceptional shopping and dining experiences. Over 30 new tenants are now open, with more shops and restaurants opening throughout the summer!
Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park
  • The Frozen Games – From May 27 - August 21, 2016! Olaf and Kristoff host daily winter-themed activities for Guests of all ages, including Snowball Toss and Ski Pole Limbo. All activities are complimentary and Guests can sign up at the park entrance to participate.

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Monday, May 30, 2016

‘Frozen – Live at the Hyperion’ Opens Today at Disney California Adventure Park

‘Frozen – Live at the Hyperion’ Opens May 27, 2016 at Disney California Adventure Park


We’re opening up the gates, and for the first time in forever you can be swept away by a full-scale theatrical interpretation of “Frozen” on stage at the Disneyland Resort.
‘Frozen – Live at the Hyperion’ at Disney California Adventure Park
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“Frozen – Live at the Hyperion” officially open on May 27, 2016, bringing to the stage all the heart-warming emotion of Anna and Elsa’s story, along with show-stopping production numbers, elaborate costumes, special effects, surprising scenic transformations and a few unique theatrical twists. Here’s just a peek at some of what’s in store:
‘Frozen – Live at the Hyperion’ at Disney California Adventure Park
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‘Frozen – Live at the Hyperion’ at Disney California Adventure Park
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‘Frozen – Live at the Hyperion’ at Disney California Adventure Park
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Of course, nothing beats the magic of experiencing live theater for yourself, so you’ll definitely want to catch a performance on your next visit. “Frozen – Live at the Hyperion” is now playing daily in the beautiful Hyperion Theater at Disney California Adventure park.
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For the first time ever, experience the magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom at night beginning May 27!

 


First-Ever Night Experiences at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Begin May 27

Beginning May 27, the park will awaken at night with new rich experiences under the stars and one day later, on May 28, The Jungle Book: Alive with Magic live show will debut at the park.
Tree of Life
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 Beginning May 27, animal spirits will be brought to life each night by magical fireflies that reveal colorful stories of wonder and enchantment along with other amazing sights at the tree.
Kilimanjaro Safaris at Disney's Animal Kingdom at Night
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After the sun sets, you’ll also be able to explore Kilimanjaro Safaris and see the nighttime behavior of the wildlife and better tune into the unique vocalization of the animals like never before. Among the new experiences, the village of Harambe in Africa will become the place to enjoy “Wildlife Parti” and the spirited community of Discovery Island will come together to celebrate their love of the natural world with the Discovery Island Carnivale.
First-Ever Night Experiences at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Begin May 27
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And the park’s Discovery River will awaken at night and become a stunning stage for performances of the limited-engagement show The Jungle Book: Alive with Magic, inspired by the hit live-action film Disney’s The Jungle Book. Shows will feature memorable moments from the film, including the iconic Shere Khan, and will be filled with music and special effects that celebrate the movie and classic songs, infused with an Indian influence.
FastPass+ and dining packages for Disney’s Animal Kingdom night experiences will become available beginning tomorrow, May 21.
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