Author Archives: Laurelle McVicker

The Return of the Trams: A Disney World Saga

We’ve always counted it as the first ride of the day, and the last ride of the day. No matter what they are to you, trams are incredibly necessary at the Disney Parks and they are finally making a long-awaited return. Walt Disney World Resort reopened to the public in July of 2020 after a temporary closure due to the ...

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“Stroller Thief” Arrested At Walt Disney World

A series of stolen items reported at Magic Kingdom yesterday, May 11, 2022, ended in an arrest made by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. Several Guests at Magic Kingdom reported missing wallets amongst other items that were in their strollers to Guest Services, which prompted Disney Security to look further into the occurrence since this clearly wasn’t just a one-off ...

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Disney Drops Exciting ‘Avengers Campus’ Commercial

Prepare for take-off! The Avengers Campus at Disneyland Paris is nearly done, and we’re about to start packing our bags for Paris. Disney just dropped the first commercial publicizing the opening of the Avengers Campus at Walt Disney Studios Park at Disneyland Paris, and we are so excited. It seems the long wait for this new addition to Walt Disney ...

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VIDEO: A First Look at ‘TRON Lightcycle / Run’ at Magic Kingdom


Walt Disney World seems to be really pushing out the new attractions lately. After the rollercoaster of news we learned yesterday following ‘The Walt Disney Company’s Second Quarter and Six Months Earnings for Fiscal 2022’, Disney Parks released a first look of the new TRON Lightcycle / Run attraction at The Magic Kingdom. This was the first full-speed test run ...

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Convicted Felon Brings Gun on Disney Grounds

A potentially dangerous situation ended in an arrest at the Walt Disney World Resort, thanks to law enforcement officials and Disney security who continue to help keep Disney World safe. In a report from the Orange County Criminal Lawyer Blog, a man (age 33) was detained on Walt Disney World property on April 19, 2022, for being in the procession ...

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How to Make the Most of “Mobile Ordering” at Disney World

Mobile ordering. It’s kind of a take-it-or-leave-it phenomenon that people have had to embrace during the Pandemic to reduce lines and waiting in groups. Some people love it and feel it has made their lives easier and more efficient, but some of us really haven’t given it much thought and just prefer to order our food and drinks the old ...

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The BEST Disney World Budget Hack


It’s no secret that a trip to Walt Disney World will most likely break the bank. You can visit Disney World on a budget you’ve made yourself, but when you consider the cost of the Park tickets for everyone in your party, the hotel, transportation to Disney World, and three meals a day, it’s still pretty hard to stay on ...

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Disney Collects Coins From Park Fountain for Huge Donation

Disney Parks like to drop a little magic in our lives and make us feel warm and fuzzy unexpectedly. Today Disney Parks made an announcement that they have collected 30,000 dollars worth of coins tossed in fountains across Walt Disney World Parks to put towards charitable donations. Read the full tweet below. “Every day, Guests toss coins into fountains and ...

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Disney Drinks You Can Order at Starbucks

We all know Starbucks has a secret menu…but what you may not know is there are also Disney-inspired secret drinks menus made by fans that are reminiscent of Characters and Theme Park favorites. The best part is, you don’t even have to be at Starbucks in Disney Parks to get these drinks, you can get them from any Starbucks! While ...

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Disney Announces Return Date for Disney’s ‘Tale of the Lion King’ Show


It’s a sign of the times that some of our beloved shows, attractions, and interactions are coming back to Disney Parks. And Disney just dropped another major update today that made us roar. Disney’s ‘Tale of the Lion King’ show, premiered at Disneyland back in 2019 and was a huge hit. The show only ran from summer through September (shockingly ...

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