There's some really exciting food news coming out of the Walt Disney World Resort this week. A Magic Kingdom restaurant is offering table service dining during the busy spring season, cupcakes are coming to Disney Springs, and so much more.
If you're making plans to visit the Walt Disney World Resort this spring and you're looking for something to do on a non-park day, we have a few ideas. Spring Training has started at the ESPN Wide World of Sport Complex, plus Disney Springs has some fun alternatives to the theme parks.
D23: The Official Disney Fan Club is hosting several special events for Gold Members during the next the next few weeks. Two of the events are taking place at the Walt Disney World Resort and two are planned for next week in Chicago. Read on to find out more details.
Despite the fact that Shanghai Disney is half a world away the new resort's budget woes and construction delays are reportedly having a negative impact on Disney's domestic theme parks on both coasts. According to several reports, Disney World is cutting hours for some of its cast members.
It's time to start thinking about your summer vacation and Adventures by Disney has recently announced several new United States vacations for 2016. The new vacations take guests to Central Florida, Montana, and Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia.
The Force is strong at Disney's Hollywood Studios. The theme park will soon be home to a new Star Wars stage show, a Stormtrooper march, and a brand-new Star Wars fireworks show that will include fireworks, special effects, and video projections.
Beginning this spring Disney's Hollywood Studios will be home to two brand-new character meet-and-greet experiences. Guests will have a chance to meet everyone's favorite snowman, Olaf plus Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.
The dates for the 2016 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival have been announced. This year's festival kicks off Wednesday, September 14 and runs through November 14. That's 62 days of food and wine goodness.
If you haven't had a chance to spend an evening at Club Villain in Disney's Hollywood Studios, don't give up hope. Due to its popularity with guests, reservations for the event have been extended into March.
An all-new stage show is coming to the Magic Kingdom this summer. Mickey's Royal Friendship Faire stars Mickey Mouse and characters from The Princess and the Frog, Tangled, and Frozen in a show filled with "magic, music, and merriment."