The four parks of Walt Disney World have so much to offer, including numerous dazzling shows. We’re taking a look at which Walt Disney World shows you simply must see on your Disney vacation.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios opened as Walt Disney World’s third park in May of 1989. The park is dedicated to movie magic. From the Golden Era of Hollywood on Sunset Blvd. to the action of stunt shows, there is something for everyone at this Disney park. Let’s take a look at our top 10 must do’s for Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Whether you’re visiting Magic Kingdom, Epcot, or Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the nighttime fireworks spectaculars at Walt Disney World are simply amazing! Each of these three parks offers fireworks dessert parties where you can enjoy spectacular views, as well as, delicious treats.
Guests visiting Toy Story Land can dine at Woody’s Lunch Box, a quick service restaurant themed to look like a giant lunch box. The restaurant will serve sandwiches, nostalgic soda floats, and specialty beverages.
With new offerings at each of the four parks, summer 2018 is shaping up to be an Incredible Summer at Walt Disney World Resort.
Toy Story Land will officially open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios on June 30, 2018! The new land will feature two brand new attractions, Slinky Dog Dash and Alien Swirling Saucers, in addition to a refurbished Toy Story Mania attraction.
D23 Expo Japan has been taking place over the last few days. As with any D23 Expo, there have been several exciting announcements about Disney parks around the world. Let’s take a look at some of the new announcements!
Walt Disney World is a wonderful place to celebrate Valentine’s Day. After spending a fun filled day enjoying park attractions, couples can enjoy a romantic dinner at one of Disney’s numerous table service restaurants in the parks. No matter which park you choose to visit, you’ll find a wonderful restaurant ideal for your Valentine’s celebration.
Every year at Christmastime, the magic of Disney combines with the magic of the season to provide a truly remarkable experience.
The plan for the day was to visit Animal Kingdom and then park hop to Disney’s Hollywood Studios to see the new Star Wars fireworks show; however, after five hours of visiting many of our favorite Animal Kingdom attractions, we decided it would be fun to visit Magic Kingdom for a while. So we headed to the bus stop, only to watch the Magic Kingdom bus pull away as we walked.