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Some November Walt Disney World Park Hours Updates

If there is one thing we can count on at Disney right now, it's that everything is subject to change. Back in September operating hours at all four Disney World parks were reduced. It's not surprising with kids going back to school ini some form or another, September is typically a slower month. That being said, when the November calendar was revealed, it first appeared that these shortened hours would continue.

D23 "Imagining Tomorrow, Today" Pavilion Teases Great Things To Come

D23 Expo has kicked off in Anaheim, California and even before the doors opened to fans exciting news about the future of Disney Parks and Resorts was revealed. A pavilion at Disney's ultimate fan convention entitled "Imagining Tomorrow, Today" shares a peek at what's in development at Disney Parks worldwide. Included in the preview are exhibits featuring new attractions in store for the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and Disney's Hollywood Studios. Check it out.

Kick Off Your Incredible Summer With A Walt Disney World News Round-up

Welcome back to another great week! Need a Disney fix to get your Monday moving in the right direction? Recently #DisneyParksLIVE broadcast 'Sunrise at Epcot' and you can watch the replay any time you want. Once you've had your coffee and you're ready to go, read on for the latest news from Walt Disney World.

Springtime Walt Disney World News Round-up

There's been a lot going on down in Walt Disney World, as the Parks and Resorts get ready to greet the Spring Break crowds. Read on on to learn how the Disney crowd is kickin' it this Spring with new fun filled adventures, and old favorites that are standing strong.

Walt Disney World News This Week

Hey! It's been a while since we've had a news round-up around here, so let's take on the flurry information that has been swirling the internet about what's going on down at the Walt Disney World Resort. We've got notes on refurbishments and new resort systems being tested, the winner of the Walt Disney World Marathon, a brand new runDisney event, and the introduction of the 2018 Disney Moms Panel. So keep on reading to discover all that's happening!

Disney News Round-up: Holiday Eats at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Houston Astros Celebrate at the Magic Kingdom, and More

Happy Tuesday! We're back with another installment of our Disney news round-up. Today we have details on holiday eats including new treats at Disney's Hollywood Studios, the World Series celebration at the Magic Kingdom, and much more.

One Man's Dream to be Transformed into Walt Disney Presents

One Man's Dream at Disney's Hollywood Studios will reopen tomorrow, September 8, as Walt Disney Presents. The updated attraction will be similar to the original but will also give guests a preview of new attractions coming to the Disney Parks.

Force Friday II Event Planned for Disney Parks on September 1

Friday, September 1 is the official date for Force Friday II at the Disney Parks! The special merchandise event starts at 12:01 a.m. at both Disneyland and the Walt Disney World Resort. The event is the first chance fans will have to purchase merchandise tied to Star Wars: The Last Jedi plus park-specific items.

Sneak Peek of Commemorative Merchandise for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party kicks off next week - August 25 - and once again includes trick-or-treating at the Magic Kingdom, Happy HalloWishes Fireworks, the Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular, and much more. And, Disney is giving guests a sneak peek at this year's commemorative merchandise.

Disney News Round-up: Halloween on the High Seas and Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

What's that you say? It's ONLY August so why are we talking about Halloween already? Well, because this year's Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party starts on August 25 at the Walt Disney World Resort! And, if you're sailing Disney Cruise Line this fall you can celebrate Halloween on the High Seas too!

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Disney Park Hours, Construction, and Refurbishment August 2020 Updates

With the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World happening in October 2021, this year was always going to be a transformative phase for the Disney Parks in Florida. However, few could have anticipated the roadblocks that would pop up due to the current world climate. It's August and the four main Theme Parks are not only accepting a limited number of guests through the gates again, but refurbishments and construction projects are moving forward.

Walt Disney World News Round-up For Friday June 19th, 2020

What's in, what's out, more news you need to know for planning your Walt Disney World vacations throughout 2020. Florida's Disney Parks will be begin their phased re-opening next month but the faithful fans have been wondering if some of their favorite events will be returning. Check out the latest news from Walt Disney World about what's up next.

Disney To Present Reopening Plans For Walt Disney World Today

The Walt Disney Company is set to make its reopening proposal to Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings and the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force today May 27th, 2020 at 10:00 AM EST. These plans with cover the guidelines and protocols which will be in place to keep both guests and cast members safe as operation resumes, as well as the highly anticipated reopening date. Once approved my Mayor Demings the proposal with move forward to the office of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for approval.

Fun Disney At Home Videos To Brighten Up Your Quarantine

With their need of a Disney Parks fix high, families and cast members are getting creative and recreating the Disney Parks experience at home while Parks are closed. I've gathered a few of my favorite videos from around the web to share with you. I hope you enjoy these fun adaptations of a classic Disney vacation and it brings a little more sunshine to your shelter in place.

Walt Disney World News Round-up For Friday November 8, 2019

Holiday magic is popping up all across the Walt Disney World Resort, and today we're rounding up the special wintry fun that you can find between now and the end of the year on your Disney vacation!

Get Ready To Step Inside The Epcot Experience

Long-time Disney fans have a lot of questions about the upcoming transformations of the Epcot Theme Park at Walt Disney World Resort. While the transformation initiatives have been fan request driven for the most part, no Disney Park has undergone such a massive reimagining. To keep guests up to date and involved in the future of this beloved Park a new discovery center has been opened. Get ready to step inside Walt Disney Imagineering presents the Epcot Experience.

Get Ready for H2O Glow Nights In 2019

Splash into a fantastic Summer as Disney kicks off season-long party nights at Typhoon Lagoon Water Park! Yes - H2O Glow nights are back and you can join in the fun on select nights all Summer long. During Disney H2O Glow Nights, the park transforms into an electric celebration including a blacklight DJ dance party, shorter wait times for popular waterslides, and an array of fun Toy Story-themed experiences at this after hours event. The event is inspired by the popular disco Toy Story Toon, "Partysaurus Rex."

2019 Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival

As cold air sweeps across the country I can't help but turn my mind to thoughts of spring in Walt Disney World. Spring is all things bright and beautiful at Epcot, because spring means it's time for the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival. New topiaries, an expanded Garden Rocks Concert Series and other surprises await Epcot guests for 90 days stretching from March 6th until June 3rd, 2019.

Discovering The Sagittaria In Pandora: The World of Avatar

Guests of Disney's Animal Kingdom have the opportunity to explore a unique place that is truly out of this world. Pandora: The World of Avatar is an exciting place designed to be a foreign ecosystem of floating mountains, bioluminescent rainforests and breathtaking new experiences.

Locker Rental At Disney Parks

Do you ever wonder where to stash your gear while touring Disney Parks? While Disney has gone above and beyond to make a no-carry experience possible, sometimes you need to bring a bit of extra gear, or package delivery just isn't practical. Over the years I've turned to Disney lockers as a place to stash everything from sweaters or jackets for after dark, to baby gear, medical supplies, and even the occasional lunch.