Blizzard Beach reopening

After being closed for most of the past year for a refurbishment, Disney’s Blizzard Beach waterpark officially reopened on November 13th! The biggest part of the update to the park was on the kids splash pad, wading pool, & slide area known as “Tike’s Peak”. This fun section now has a new Frozen theme which includes figures of young Anna & Elsa on an icy, igloo-like fortress, as well as Olaf & lots of their Snowgie friends! You will also hear tunes from the Frozen movies in the background track. While at Blizzard Beach, guests can ride the chairlift to … Continue reading Blizzard Beach reopening

Where in the Walt Disney World?

Over the last few months, we’ve been having fun making a picture-guessing game of locations in Walt Disney World.  Up to this point, each video question has been individually put on Instagram and Facebook, but now we decided to start adding collections of them to YouTube for longer gameplay (BTW, like the video & subscribe to us on YouTube 😃 👍🏻). Quiz Below ⬇️ A fun quiz to play with the whole family! 😃 7 questions . . . who will get the most correct?  TIP: You can pause the video during each “Timer Section” (if you would like) to … Continue reading Where in the Walt Disney World?

Halloween at Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure – 2021

From festive food to spooky decorations and fun ride makeovers, Disneyland and California Adventure will be the place to be this fall! Unlike last year, the parks are open, and Halloween memories will be ready to be made this season with all of your favorite characters, rides, and shows! Disneyland Starting September 3rd, the popular giant Mickey carved pumpkin & hundreds of jack-o’-lanterns will be waiting to greet you on Main Street USA. Over in New Orleans Square, “Haunted Mansion Holiday” with the Nightmare Before Christmas overlay will be back, and the park will have a supernatural projection and special … Continue reading Halloween at Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure – 2021

The Birth of Disney Fireworks

In the first year of Disneyland’s existence, fireworks at the park did not exist. Walt Disney and his team quickly realized that they had to come up with something that would make park guests stay in the park longer and into the evening. With an original price tag of 17 million in 1955 (equating to approximately a couple hundred million today), Walt gambled everything he had to build the park, and since every dollar was needed to recoup that investment, Disney had to come up with ideas to keep the dollars flowing in. The team knew that the longer guests … Continue reading The Birth of Disney Fireworks