Visiting Walt Disney World is a magical experience, but nothing can quickly take the magic out of your vacation quite like an illness. These tips will help keep your family healthy during your vacation.
Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. I will receive compensation for any purchases made through these links. One of my favorite things about Disney is their great attention to detail. Whether it’s an attraction at a theme park or the latest Disney animated film, no detail is too small to be left out. Among some […]
Welcome to those of you joining me from The Disney Point and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 2nd stop on our Magical Blogorail. In 1961, Disneyland held its very first Grad Nite. The event was designed to provide high school seniors with a fun and safe place to party after graduation. […]
When I was about 10 years old, my family visited Walt Disney World. Naturally, we just had to check out Disney-MGM Studios’ newest attraction: The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror! As we approached the attraction, we could hear guests screaming as they plummeted down the elevator shaft. The fog and 1930s background music set the […]
Guests can explore their ‘Disney Side’ this summer at the Disneyland Resort where they will enjoy the thrills of the newly reopened and enhanced Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, along with dazzling summer entertainment that, beginning in mid-June, will include “Frozen” characters in a special pre-parade float for “Mickey’s Soundsational Parade.” The pre-parade unit features Princess Anna and snowman Olaf frolicking in the snow while Queen Elsa is depicted in her icy domain.
Other summer entertainment in Disneyland Park includes daily performances of the enchanting “Mickey and the Magical Map” stage show, nightly performances of both “Fantasmic!” and “Magical” fireworks, featuring aerial flights by both Tinker Bell and Dumbo, and a variety of new entertainment daily in Big Thunder Ranch Jamboree. At Disney California Adventure Park, guests continue to enjoy the thrills and fun of Cars Land and the after-dark excitement of “World of Color” and “Mad T Party.”
Each holiday season, the candy makers at Disneyland create hundreds of handmade candy canes. These Disneyland candy canes have become a tradition for many park guests. In fact, they are so popular a wristband is needed to obtain one of these holiday creations. For the 2013 holiday season, candy canes are being made on Fridays […]