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Watch – Super Bowl LII Parade at Magic Kingdom

B-ROLL: Super Bowl LII Parade at Magic Kingdom . . .

Disney After Dark Events Return to Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom® Park is once again hosting Disney After Hours events on select nights through March. Available to a limited number of Guests, Disney After Hours allows participants to maximize their time in the park with quicker access to over 25 popular attractions and character greetings. Ice cream novelties, popcorn and bottled beverages, included with event admission, are available during the three-hour event.

Event Guests may begin entering the park as early as 7 p.m. and remain in the park for three hours past the scheduled closing time.

Remaining event dates include:

  • Jan. 26 and 30
  • Feb. 8 and 15
  • March 1 and 8

Please note that Disney After Hours does not replace Extra Magic Hours (EMH) for our resort Guests and are instead held on non-EMH dates.

Only a limited number of tickets are available for each night, so be sure to purchase tickets by calling the Disney Reservation Center at 407-827-7185 or visiting the Disney Travel Agents website. The advance ticket price is $119 per adult or child

Photos – Cinderella Castle Covered in Lights during the Holiday Season

Take a look at photos from Cinderella Castle during the holidays covered in lights.

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Photos – Jingle Cruise at Magic Kingdom

Check out photos from the Jingle Cruise at Magic Kingdom

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Panoramic Photo of Main Street USA Hub Area with Christmas Decorations

Take a look at this Panoramic Photo of Main Street USA Hub Area with Christmas Decorations on display

The Hall of Presidents Re-Opens at the Walt Disney World Resort after a Year-Long Transformation

Following a year-long transformation, The Hall of Presidents will officially reopen at Magic Kingdom® Park on Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017, with enhancements that will bring the story of the American presidency to life as never before. The epic theatrical production was envisioned by Walt Disney himself to honor the country by honoring the presidents of the United States.

This endeavor began with a single animated figure of President Abraham Lincoln that was developed for the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair. In 1971, advances in technology made it possible for Imagineers to make Walt Disney’s vision a reality by including every chief executive who ever served the United States of America.

The history of innovation at The Hall of Presidents continues to this day. In addition to updating the show’s content, Imagineers have incorporated the latest in theatrical design and Audio-Animatronics technology. Landmark moments in history come alive on a panoramic 180-degree screen that transports guests across more than 200 years of the American story. High-impact projection, sound, lighting and other enhancements take guests into rare and indelible moments in history that helped define a nation.

As has been the tradition with every new president since the attraction debuted, an Audio-Animatronics figure of President Donald J. Trump has been added to the show and features the latest advances in technology that enable smoother and more lifelike movements. President Trump personally recorded remarks exclusively for The Hall of Presidents, just as each sitting president has done for the attraction since the early 1990s.

Rich in innovative storytelling and tradition, The Hall of Presidents carries a legacy and passion for American history that has been part of Disney Parks for more than 50 years.

There’s a secret hotel suite inside Cinderella’s Castle in Disney World—take a look inside

Sitting at the end of Main Street U.S.A., Cinderella’s Castle at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fla., is nothing if not iconic.

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Video – Watch ‘A Frozen Holiday Wish’ Castle Lighting at Magic Kingdom

This week, at the Disney Parks Blog they celebrated the start of the holiday season with a stream of “A Frozen Holiday Wish” castle lighting live from Magic Kingdom® Park!

“A Frozen Holiday Wish” stars the royal sisters Anna and Elsa, and their friends Olaf and Kristoff. In this show, Queen Elsa uses her incredible powers to present a gift to everyone in the kingdom by transforming Cinderella Castle into a glimmering ice palace, perfect for the holiday season. It’s a must-see show that’s sure to give you chills!

Houston Astros Players Celebrate Team’s First-Ever World Series Title with Victory Parade at Walt Disney World

The Houston Astros’ World Series victory celebration made its way from coast to coast Saturday, culminating in a colorful parade at Walt Disney World Resort that saluted the team’s first world title in its 56-year history.

After clinching the World Series championship in Los Angeles on Wednesday and then taking part in a citywide party in Houston on Friday, Astros star players George Springer (World Series MVP), newly engaged Carlos Correa and American League batting champion Jose Altuve brought the party to Magic Kingdom Park. They signed autographs, posed for selfies with fans and experienced signature Disney attractions – of course they checked out Astro Orbiter – during a whirlwind celebration that personified the amazing power of magic that only happens at Disney Parks.

Then, in front of thousands of enthusiastic fans who lined one of the most famous streets in the world – Main Street, U.S.A., at Magic Kingdom Park – Springer, Altuve and Correa got a one-of-a kind ride atop a magical parade float surrounded by a sea of balloons, confetti and celebratory cheers.

Afterwards, the players and their families joined Mickey Mouse and his pals – who all happened to be perfectly dressed for the occasion in their classic baseball uniforms – for photos in front of the iconic Cinderella Castle. It was a day the Houston trio, their family and their fans likely won’t soon forget.

“It’s been an amzing day,” said Astros shortstop Carlos Correa. “I feel like a kid all over again getting to go to Disney World and spending time with all of these people here who are supporting us and celebrating the (World Series) championship with us. I will never forget the people cheering and crying during the parade. It was the best thing ever and a memory I will never forget.”

The spectacular Disney scene was the culmination of a long-awaited dream for the Astros and the city of Houston which supported the team for 56 years despite never winning a World Series title – and throughout the recent hurricane and subsequent flooding that devastated the city. A bright spot emerged Wednesday night with Houston’s series-winning Game 7 win that propelled the club, its city and its fans to the top of the baseball universe. And to the most magical place on earth.

Their appearance at Disney continued a long and popular tradition of celebrating the world’s greatest sports and entertainment achievements at Disney Parks, a beloved ritual that dates back to 1987. Springer, Correa and Altuve are now among a star-studded lineup of sports heroes – from Super Bowls, NBA Championships, Olympic Games, Stanley Cup championships and so many more – who have celebrated milestone accomplishments by “Going to Disney World!”

Photos – 7 Dwarfs, Donald, Daisy, and Goofy at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party


Take a look at photos of the 7 Dwarfs, Donald and Daisy, and Goofy from Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom.