Here you’ll find the most recent Disney information and news. From Park foodies guides to breaking news coverage, this is where you’ll find it all.

Disney Shares Virtual Ride on Radiator Springs Racers at Disneyland Resort

Rev your engines and get ready to switch into high gear on Radiator Springs Racers at Disney California Adventure park! Disney is sharing a new “Ride & Learn” video, so buckle up for a tour around Carburetor County — where the movie “Cars” springs to life. Check out the details and video below as shared by DisneyParksBlog. This high-octane attraction features familiar car-acters, the ...

Read More »

“Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom” Official Trailer Released

Disney fans, this is one series you won’t want to miss! Today, Disney+ shared the trailer for its upcoming original series “Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom” premiering globally on Friday, September 25. Disney+’s “Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom,” produced by National Geographic and narrated by the award-winning, fan-favorite Josh Gad, gives viewers a backstage pass to explore the magic of ...

Read More »

10 Lies About Dining at Walt Disney World

Whether it’s from a well-meaning friend, or maybe a family member passing along second-hand stories, you’ve probably heard some lies about Walt Disney World.  And chances are that some of those lies involve dining experiences.  Well, we’re here to set the record straight!  If you’re looking for the truth about eating on property, keep reading, as we debunk ten common ...

Read More »

Disney Announces Gingerbread Displays Will Not Return to Resort Hotels This Year

Disney just shared the news that Walt Disney World resort holidays will start Nov. 6 with cancelled events and new experiences. While it looks like resort lobbies will still hold festive trees, gingerbread displays will not return to resort hotels this year.   As shared by Disney: “Disney Resort hotels will also be decked out for the holidays, with their lobbies featuring iconic ...

Read More »

NEWS: Walt Disney World Resort Holidays Start Nov. 6 with Cancelled Events & New Experiences

Walt Disney World just announced some big new regarding the holiday experiences coming to the parks and resorts beginning November 6. With new experiences and cancelled events, you’ll want to check out all the information below as shared by DisneyParksBlog:   We’re looking forward to the holidays and today, we have an update on some of the festive experiences coming ...

Read More »

Aerial Construction Photos of Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Coming To Walt Disney World in 2021

Who’s ready to experience their very own epic Star Wars story?! Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, an all-immersive, 2-night adventure, is scheduled to arrive to Walt Disney World Resort in 2021. Details of the highly-anticipated experience are available here. Bioreconstruct took to Twitter to share seven photos with notes of what the Galactic Starcruiser looks like in its current state as shared ...

Read More »

Disney Joins In The New Travel Industry-Wide Initiative Called “Let’s Go There”

Did you know new research shows that even the simple act of planning a vacation can boost your happiness and even increase your energy levels? Disney is joining in the new travel industry-wide initiative called “Let’s Go There.” Check out the details and video below as shared by DisneyParksBlog.    The recent survey, from researcher Michelle Gielan, showed that 97 ...

Read More »

Aerial Construction Photos for New EPCOT Nighttime Show, “HarmonioUS”

Before COVID-19 took hold, Epcot’s newest nighttime spectacular was scheduled to debut later this year. Disney announced “HarmonioUS” is set to be one of the largest nighttime spectaculars ever created for a Disney Park. While we have yet to learn of a debut date, we were thrilled to see aerial photos shared showing the construction for HarmonioUS… meaning progress is ...

Read More »

What Capacity Looks Like at Epcot

Since Walt Disney World reopened back in July we have enjoyed low crowds and short wait times. I’m a local Annual Passholder, and I’ve been back at the parks quite a bit. I’ve noticed a difference in the crowd levels between the weekdays and the weekends. There was something that we hadn’t hit yet, though, and that was a holiday ...

Read More »