Disney premiered the new nighttime show at Epcot, “Harmonious”. Harmonious replaces “Epcot Forever” which was supposed to be a temporary show that was for the gap between “Illuminations” and “Harmonious”, before the COVID-19 pandemic struck. When first announce, Harmonious looked to be a very impressive nighttime show, but as with everything else, due to
Disney has announced that “Harmonious”, the nighttime spectacular show will be premiering in Epcot on October 1, 2021. This show which is set to Disney music has been in planning for over 2 years and was delayed when the parks shut down in 2020 due to the Covid Pandemic.
The Disney refurbishment calendar is showing the the popular attraction/ride “Frozen Ever After” that is located in the Norway Pavillion in Epcot is scheduled to be shut down on November 2, 2020 for a minor refurbishment. The attraction is scheduled to reopen to guests on November 7. If your children (or you) need to get
Disney announced this week that the Spaceship Earth attraction in Epcot will be closing for refurbishment. The ride, which is in what has become affectionately known as the Epcot Ball, will be closing on May 26, 2020. This will be the attraction’s fourth refurbishment. This time will be the largest update that the ride has
The Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros is a cute, slow, dark ride located within the pyramid in the Mexican Pavilion at Walt Disney World’s Epcot. It originally opened on April 6, 2007 and replaced “El Rio del Tiempo”. The ride begins as a boat ride through the Myan pyramids in Mexico on one
We’ve been waiting since September for this date, FASTPASS DAY!!! We have booked our FastPasses tonight and have gotten the following rides Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway Slinky Dog Dash Flight of Passage Seven Dwarfs Mine Train We got really lucky to be able to get three of the four major rides (Rise of the
In life, change is inevitable. The same goes for the Theme Parks in Walt Disney World in Florida. In case you haven’t noticed, Epcot has been, well, stagnant over the past 10 years or so. Yes, there was a new film for the “Soarin” ride and transforming Malestrom to the Frozen Ever After Ride, but
As new attractions are added to Walt Disney World, unfortunately, some older attractions must give way. In this post, we will discuss our favorite attraction of years gone by. 10. Mickey’s Toontown (Magic Kingdom) Mickey’s Toontown was situated between the royal carousel and the Fantasyland Railroad Station. This attraction was geared toward younger children and
Following up my previous article, “Most Overrated Disney Rides”, comes my list of what I believe to be the most underrated attractions in Disney World. These rides include ones that have short lines, or are often overlooked, but they are definitely worth a ride. These rides might not be the most thrilling or the newest,
Disney is without a doubt the happiest place on Earth, but not all rides live up to their popularity. Certain rides have cult followings, but they’re not always worth an hour long wait. Below is a list of what I believe to be the most overrated rides in Disney World. 1. Peter Pan’s
Rumors are swirling that “Ellen’s Energy Adventure” in Disney World’s Epcot is getting ready to close. Reports are that permits have been submitted with the Reedy Creek Improvement for work to be done on the wetlands and canal that are currently behind the building that houses “Ellen’s Energy Adventure”. Ellen’s Energy Adventure is currently a
It has been announced that Epcot’s Mission Space Attraction will be closing on June 5th for a refurbishment. The ride is expected to reopen on August 1. No reason or details have been given for the refurb, but rumors are circulating that there are some minor tech updates to be done so that the ride
The annual Epcot “Flower & Garden Festival” is currently in full swing. Beautiful gardens, butterfly exhibits and outdoor kitchens are throughout the park and will have all of your senses in overdrive. The “Flower and Garden Festival” began on March 1st, and runs daily through May 29th throughout Epcot. The Epcot “Flower and Garden Festival” began
Over the weekend, work began on removing the viewing area for the former “Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show” at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in preperation for the new Toy Story and Star Wars themed land being added to the park.