Explore the Wonderful World of Walt’s Wilderness

Walt Disney loved exploring the great outdoors. Now guests have the opportunity to explore the natural wonders of Walt Disney World Resort through the eyes and stories of Walt himself. Escape to Walt’s Wilderness guides guests on an outdoor adventure ideal for the whole family. This half-day experience includes a variety of outdoor excursions, including pontoon rides, an archery lesson at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground, breakfast by the campfire, and a visit to Tri-Circle-D Ranch. The stories of Walt’s passion for nature is shared throughout the five-hour trek, making it a truly magical and heartwarming experience To book or for more information, call 407-WDW-PLAY.

Reservations Now Available for Breakfast at the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant at Walt Disney World Resort

From Nov. 1, 2015-Jan. 23, 2016, the drive-in under the stars, Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant at Disney’s Hollywood Studios®, will open for breakfast serving an all-inclusive array featuring breakfast pastries and choice of appetizer, entrée and non-alcoholic beverage. Entrée options include:

  • Puff Pastry filled with Scrambled Eggs, Crab, Asparagus and Gruyère Cheese with Roasted Tomatoes
  • Grilled Beef Tenderloin on Baby Spinach, with Bacon and Cheddar Custard on a Roasted Tomato and Cheesy Horseradish Potatoes
  • Scrambled Eggs, Crispy Bacon, Sausage Links and Breakfast Potatoes
  • Macadamia Crusted Brioche French Toast with Mascarpone and Fresh Berries

This experience is available for a limited time and is in addition to the regular lunch and dinner offerings. The price for breakfast is $23.99 per adult and $12.99 per child age 3 to 9 (tax and gratuity not included). Meals are one table-service entitlement on the Disney Dining Plan. Reservations are now available through 407-WDW-DINE or online at Disneyworld.com/dine.

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isit the beautiful Mirabell Gardens & other sights made famous from the movie The Sound of Music on the all-new Adventures by Disney river cruise! Now, experiencing four European countries with your family couldn’t be easier!

A Visit to Pixie Hollow by Sam Allen

Ever since she appeared in 1953’s “Peter Pan,” Tinker Bell has become one of the most iconic members of the Disney animation family. Inspired by live action reference footage of actress Margaret Kerry, Legendary Disney animator Marc Davis’ interpretation of James M. Barie’s fairy character immediately struck a chord with audiences.

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Five ways Star Wars makes Disney Infinity a lot better

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Disney is betting big on ‘Star Wars’ merchandise with unboxing extravaganza

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Marvel’s Kevin Feige Will Now Report to Disney

In a shakeup in its command structure, Marvel Studios is being integrated into Walt Disney Studios with president Kevin Feige reporting to Alan Horn, Variety has confirmed.

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Visiting New York City, the Disney way

For years, on six continents, Adventures by Disney has been offering families behind-the-scenes access to sights and local attractions on Disney-guided vacation tours. But New York City wasn’t on the menu – until this year.

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