Is Mold Infestation Keeping This Iconic Disney Attraction Closed?

Mold at Voyage of the Little Mermaid

When Walt Disney World Resort began it’s phased reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, several close-contact attractions remained closed, including the iconic Voyage of the Little Mermaid stage show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. But could a mold infestation be the issue? Credit: D23 The Show The musical stage production located in the Disney Park’s Animation Courtyard was a 14-minute ...

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Fan-Favorite Experience is Back at Disney Springs!

Amorette's Patisserie

If you’re anything like me, you’d absolutely love to decorate beautiful cakes like the ones you find at Amorette’s Patisserie at Disney Springs. Their perfectly decorated baked goods are some of my favorite treats to indulge in after I’ve worked up an appetite shopping. However, if you’re like me, you also know that cake decorating is not a skill you’ve ...

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Brightline High-Speed Rail Project to Disney World Back On…Sort of


When Disney’s Magical Express ended earlier this year, a big gap in coverage between Orlando International Airport and Walt Disney World was created. Disney likely hoped that people would utilize their Minnie Van service. But the price proved too high for many to tolerate when similar services were available at a much lower cost. Enter Brightline.  The rail service is ...

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Popular Behind the Scenes Tour Returning For DVC Members


While everything seems to be back to a pre-pandemic normal at Walt Disney World Resort, there are still a handful of things that are different. Guests are required to make theme park reservations in addition to getting their pass, not all restaurants — like 1900 Park Fare at Disney’s Grand Floridian — are open (still), and some of the extra ...

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The Best Sweet Snacks in Walt Disney World


Many Guests would argue that the best part of any Walt Disney World Resort vacation is indulging in delicious dining options found in hundreds of restaurant locations throughout the Disney Parks, Disney Springs, and Disney Resort hotels. With so many incredible culinary options to choose from, many Guests enjoy the opportunity to indulge in some over-the-top treats that they would ...

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OpEd: How Much Longer Can Disney Afford to Keep Bob Chapek?

Bob Chapek

On November 8, The Walt Disney Company held its Fourth Quarter Earnings Call and things weren’t great. Yes, Disney reported a whopping $28 billion in profit, but multiple areas of the company underperformed. Disney+ added 12 million subscribers, but Disney’s “revenue per user” for Disney+ came in under what analysts were predicting. Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products also brought in ...

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