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American Indian Communities at the American Heritage Gallery at EPCOT

One of the amazing things at EPCOT is finding out about different cultures around the world. Lisa Kanazawa shared with Disney Parks Blog Native American and Indigenous communities and tribes, and you can see this display at the American Adventure Pavilion at EPCOT.   We’re continuing to honor the cultures and the contributions of Native American and Indigenous communities and tribes ...

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The Best Themed Places to Dine at Disney Springs

Every Guest to Walt Disney World is spoiled for choice when it comes to dining options.  Whether you’re in a WDW Theme Park or a Disney Resort Hotel, there are so many fabulous spots to grab a bite that you might feel overwhelmed.  And there’s nowhere on property better for foodies than Disney Springs (formerly Downtown Disney), WDW’s very own entertainment, shopping, and dining complex.  To help you narrow your plentiful dining options, here are ...

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Virtual Queue Reservations Required to Meet Santa Claus?

If you’re hoping to meet Santa Claus at Disney Springs this holiday season, you won’t have to wait much longer. He will make an appearance starting Friday, November 12th. Things look much different than they used to before the COVID-19 pandemic and different protocols are in place. Instead of a normal line to meet Santa Claus, you’ll be able to grab a virtual ...

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Give Kids the World Night of Million Lights

We were invited to be part of Give Kids the World Night of a Million Lights preview. If you are looking for an organization in Central Florida to get involved, this would be an amazing option. This is the second year of this event and it runs from November 12, 2021 – January 2, 2022.  If you miss The Osborne Family Spectacle of ...

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From Halloween to Holidays

If you went to Walt Disney World last month, it looks extremely different than it does now. Boo Bash After Hours was a separately ticketed event at Magic Kingdom for the Halloween season. Overnight the Parks transformed into a magical holiday paradise for the start of  Disney Very Merriest After Hours. Jacqueline Logan shared more with Disney Parks Blog. From pumpkin wreaths, jack-o’-lanterns and autumnal ...

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The Full List of Celebrity Narrators for the Candlelight Processional

We are thrilled that the Candlelight Processional is returning to EPCOT this year! It is one of our favorite holiday traditions. The full list of celebrity narrators has been released. Here’s all the information that you need from Shawn Slater and Disney Parks Blog: The calendar says November, so it’s almost time for the EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays presented ...

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Happy Two Month Birthday Mylo

Whenever there’s a story about baby animals at Walt Disney World, it is sure to make you smile. Dr. Mark Penning shared on Instagram more info about the two month (and a day) birthday of the baby white rhino named Milo. He was born on September 8th at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. He is growing fast as he is now 288 lb and gained almost ...

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New Year’s Eve Preliminary Observations

What better place is there to ring in the New Year than Walt Disney World? Last year, all four of the Theme Parks closed early so that crowds would not gather. Fireworks had not yet returned either. There has been no official announcement on what might take place at Walt Disney World on December 31, 2021, but there are a ...

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Sneak Peek of Decorations at Busch Gardens Christmas Town

Although we are mostly a Walt Disney World site, sometimes we like to highlight other things in the area. If you take I-4 for a little over an hour, you can visit Busch Gardens Tampa. If you are a fan of roller coasters, then this will be a must-do for you. Yesterday I took a trip over to Tampa to visit Busch Gardens. Although Christmas Town ...

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The Best Disney World Resorts to Celebrate the Holidays

One of the most popular times of year to visit Walt Disney World is, unsurprisingly, Christmas.  Even a Guest lamenting the loss of the Osbourne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights will admit that Disney does the holidays in style!  WDW starts decorating for the holidays right after Halloween – in fact, one of our favorite things is to visit WDW from the end of October to the first ...

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