Seven Dwarfs Mine Train achieved another milestone overnight last night, when Walt Disney Imagineering removed the final construction walls from around the attraction.
These are the first photos that offer a look at what the entrance will look like, including both the Standby and FastPass entrances.
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is scheduled to open later this spring. Stay tuned for more news and updates on the attraction.
You can take your Star Wars Weekends experience to a whole new galaxy with the new Feel the Force Premium Package at Disney’s Hollywood Studios®.
This special experience provides access to reserved viewing areas for two popular Star Wars Weekends spectaculars – the Legends of the Force: Star Wars Celebrity Motorcade and the Symphony in the Stars fireworks.
During the day, the motorcade viewing area includes beverages and snacks. And when the stars come out, the fireworks viewing area features a Star Wars-themed dessert party.
Plus, the force will be with you always when you receive a special souvenir Disney PhotoPass card, which includes complimentary Star Wars photos, that you can link to your Disney account.
The Feel the Force Premium Package occurs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday during Star Wars Weekends, May 16-June 15, 2014. The price is $54 for adults and $32 for children (tax and gratuity included). Book today by contacting We Travelers Three.
With MyMagic+ you can reserve access to select attractions and entertainment experiences before you even leave home and modify on-the-go with Disney FastPass+ service. And best of all, it’s included with your Theme Park admission.
Today we are excited to share that starting on Monday, April 28, 2014, all Walt Disney World® Resort Guests will be able to make additional FastPass+ selections at in-park kiosks after they have redeemed their original (up to three) selections.
Guests will be able to make one additional selection at a time, based on availability. After they redeem that additional selection, they can go to a FastPass+ kiosk to make another selection, and so on. (The additional FastPass+ selections must be made at a kiosk only.)
Guests will be able to make their additional selection(s) for an experience at which they already redeemed a FastPass+ selection earlier that day.
Guests with valid park-hopping privileges will be able to make their additional selection(s) at another park. Those selections must be made at a kiosk in the park where the desired experience is located.
Stay tuned to We Travelers Three for more MyMagic+ information.
Valid Theme Park admission required. Disney FastPass+ attractions and entertainment experiences, the number of selections Guests can make and available arrivals are limited.
Anna and Elsa from the popular Disney animated film, “Frozen,” are now appearing at Princess Fairytale Hall in Magic Kingdom® Park.
You can meet-and-greet Anna and Elsa every day until early evening, after which they can meet other Disney Princesses. Cinderella and Rapunzel will also continue making appearances at Princess Fairytale Hall. And, to make the most of their time, you can take advantage of Disney FastPass+ service for this experience.
Plus, you can also catch all of these characters, and many more, during the afternoon performance of the new “Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade.”
In 2013, the amazing folks at Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park opened a new interactive experience for guests of all ages, The Wilderness Explorers!
Just like in the Disney•Pixar film, Up, young Wilderness Explorers can complete challenges to earn badge stickers for their Wilderness Explorer Handbook – there’s 30 different challenges in all. Each hands-on activity teaches kids something new about the wild animals and wild places inside the Park, including:
Veterinary Badge – Help diagnose a sea turtle’s health issue
Dinosaur Badge – Join in the exploration for dinosaur fossils
Animal Find Badge – Check off each of the animals you see
Music Badge – Learn how to play an African drum pattern
Yeti Badge – Find Yeti artifacts and hear about the folklore
Participation is included in Park admission and timing for the experience depends on how many badge challenges you wish to complete.
I was lucky enough in August of 2013 to be able to experience it for myself. I had a fabulous time!
To get started I grabbed a field guide from headquarters—located on the bridge between the Oasis and Discovery Island—or drop by Wilderness Explorer stops in Africa, Rafiki’s Planet Watch, Asia and Dinoland U.S.A. to pick one up there.
My first task was to learn the Wilderness Explorer call…
Next I headed toward the Expedition Everest challenge. On my way to to attraction I came across a Wilderness Explorer Wildlife Field Station.
Here I was able to earn my Animal Call badge by identifying specific calls.
Then it was on to Everest. My Wilderness Explorer handbook instructed me to set a telescope to a certain elevation and record my findings. If my finding were correct I earned my badge.
I had so much fun wandering around Animal Kingdom looking for WE outposts and earning my badges. Not only saws it fun but it was also educational. In order to get my Yeti badge I had to ask the cast member near the outpost to share stories from his native land about the Yeti. It was fascinating.
It was such a fun day and such a great way to see and experience Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park.
I highly recommend it. By the way, don’t forget to stop by and meet Russell and Dug!
Summer vacation is quickly approaching and We Travelers Three have been booking a lot of family vacations to Walt Disney World. Since WT3 has a wonderful relationship with the Mouse, and we are excited about our own upcoming trip to Disney World, over the next several weeks I will be sharing some posts about different things that you can enjoy at the Happiest Place on Earth.
From resort hotels, to interactive experiences at the parks to some of our favorite things, join WT3 for an amazing adventure around Walt Disney World.