Walt Disney World is a vast playground filled with fun and adventure for people of all ages. When most people think “Disney,” they think of the four theme parks which are the most attended theme parks in the world. However, Walt Disney World has a lot more to offer than just four theme parks. Today’s article is going to take a look on how to spend four days at Walt Disney World and never step foot in the parks. Sounds strange but some people want to experience Disney but not experience the parks. This post is for them. It can be done. Let’s dive into our hypothetical vacation.
Walt Disney World is full of attractions. Some attractions always have long lines and are tough Fastpass+ reservations to get. However, there are plenty of attractions where the wait times are short and it is almost never a problem to get a Fastpass+ reservation (if the attraction is even eligible for Fastpass+ reservations).
This article is going to unearth these attractions and help you enjoy your day in the parks no matter how large or small the crowds.
Welcome to Animation Monday and this week, we dive into the 20th movie released by Walt Disney Animation Studio….The AristoCats. The AristoCats premiered on December 11, 1970 before a full release on Christmas Eve in 1970. The film had a budget of $4 million dollars but made lots of money for the studio with a box office take of $55.7 million.
This film was one of only four films released by the studio in the 1970s along with Robin Hood, The Rescuers, and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Like many animated movies of the time, The AristoCats is a short movie coming in at only 78 minutes in length.
Earlier this week, Disney announced a unique promotion for guests staying at a value resort during the summer months. Guests staying at a value resort, based on availability, to get a free quick service meal per person per night of their stay (for stays May 29-June 30, 2016 and July 5-August 13, 2016.
It was announced late last week that more closures would be coming to Hollywood Studios in order to make way from the upcoming expansion of Toy Story Land and Pixar Place. The coming closures take up a massive footprint of the park. Everything north of the Great Movie Ride toward Muppetvision 3-D (not closing) will be closing on April 2nd. What attractions does this entail?
Closing attractions: Lights, Motor, Action, Monsters Inc. Meet & Greet, Honey I Shrunk the Kids Playground, The Streets of America, Watto’s Grotto, The Prop Shop, Studio Catering Company, and Youze Guys Merchandise.