Sneak Peak at New Pixar Hotel

Pixar Place Hotel at Disneyland Resort

Few animation studios generate the same heart and warmth as Pixar. From their first film Toy Story (1995) to their latest addition coming out this year, Elemental (2023), they strive to push the envelope in technology and storytelling. RELATED:¬†Disney/Pixar’s ‘Elemental’ Premieres Next Weekend Disney has just released new concept art and plans for an upcoming Pixar-themed hotel in Anaheim. Just ...

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Splash Mountain/Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Update

Many Disney Park fans have been tracking the ongoing construction of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure since Splash Mountain closed earlier this year. There’s been much anticipation and debate over the desire to transition the classic water flume ride at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Park in Orlando and Disneyland Park in Anaheim. RELATED:¬†Where to See ‘Homeless’ Tiana at Disney World Construction Update ...

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Makeover Options Revealed for Disney’s Doomed Starcruiser

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The Force is not with Star Wars:¬†Galactic Starcruiser, and seemingly hasn’t been since the start. Disney’s ambitious, immersive, and frankly very expensive themed hotel at Walt Disney World in Florida has been a talking point ever since its launch back in March 2022. The Walt Disney World Resort hotel has received mostly positive reviews from Guests who have experienced the ...

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Orlando Airport Braces for 1 Million Travelers


Flying in or out of Orlando is often the most stressful part of a Disney trip (if you fly instead of drive). Busy Memorial Day Week Although it is often considered one of the busiest airports in America, it seldom sees traffic like it does on summer holiday weekends. This year the Orlando International Airport (MCO) expects over 1 million ...

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Disney Confirms Upcoming Closure of Iconic Monorail System

Disneyland Monorail Refurb

Transportation at Disney Parks is all part of the fun, but one of the Resort’s most iconic transport fixtures is closing later this year. RELATED:¬†Disney’s Iconic Monorail Just Got a Brand New Look Disney debuted its monorail system at Disneyland during the 1959 expansion, which included major changes to Tomorrowland and the first monorail system in the United States. At ...

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Soft-Serve Float Inspired by Transgender Flag Kicks Off Disney World’s Pride Month Foodie Specials

June is Pride Month, and the Walt Disney World Resort is celebrating with new treats, merchandise, and more all around the Resorts and theme parks. Along with new gifts and souvenirs, like Pride-inspired Mickey ear hats and Minnie ear headbands, pins, t-shirts, bags, water bottles, and more, Disney’s latest updates for June 2023 include a full Pride foodie guide. The ...

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Disney World Hosts Royal Ball for Make-A-Wish

Mickey Mouse with Make a Wish Child

During World Princess Week, Aug. 21-26, Walt Disney World is hosting a special event for Wish families. RELATED:¬†New Disney License Plate Raises Funds for Make-A-Wish Once Upon A Wish Party The unique engagement, called “Once Upon A Wish Party,” is a full-day affair filled with magical surprises and enchanting adventures. This extraordinary event has been designed explicitly for wish families. ...

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Disney v DeSantis Battle Heads to the White House


Picture it… the President of the United States sits down in the Oval Office. He pulls out his pen and prepares to sign an executive order banning Dole Whip at Disney theme parks. Unlikely. But the 2016 election of Donald Trump taught America (and the world) that anything can happen. DeSantis 2024 Today, Ron DeSantis, the current Governor of Florida, ...

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Hurricane Center Tracks Florida-Bound Storm

Storm Update

The National Hurricane Center, based in Miami, Florida, has updated its tropical outlook storm warning. RELATED: Weather Restrictions Have Caused This Walt Disney World Park to Close For the Weekend Storm Warning Update There have been recent concerns that the developing new system could materialize into a hurricane. However, it may be more likely to organize into a threatening storm instead. ...

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