Construction of Star Wars Galaxy Edge is well underway at both Disneyland Resort and Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World. We now have a pretty unique view of just how far along construction is coming along. Disney has released a video showing drone footage of Star Wars Land at Disneyland Resort. Hit the jump to check out the video!
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More Pixar news has been announced at the Disney Parks and Resort panel at D23 Expo. The area known as Paradise Pier will be getting a makeover and will become Pixar Pier. It looks like they will be keeping that boardwalk look but will create new “immersive” events for guests.
Disney is giving us our first look at the Star Wars Land which is currently under construction at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort. They have revealed a model of the new land at the D23 Expo. Check out the video after the jump.
Well this is one that I’m certainly not happy with. Pirates of the Caribbean is currently being refurbished and changed at Disneyland Paris. Well, Disney has announced that some of the changes being made in Paris will be coming to both Disneyland Resort and the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World. This includes a classic, and one of my favorite, scenes being re-written. Hit the details for more details on the updated attraction.
There are certain things that make crowd levels very predictable. Annual events such as New Year’s, Spring Break, Summer vacation, etc and the opening of anything new at the Disney Parks. Memorial weekend 2017 marked two big grand openings for Disney Parks. Pandora – The World of Avatar finally opened its gates at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park while Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission Breakout opened at Disney’s California Adventure. The crowds were not only predictable but also surprised me in some aspects.
Disney is pumping out a lot of Pandora news lately so it’s nice to break it up with cool behind the scenes videos! Pirates of the Caribbean in Disneyland is a hugely popular attraction and I’m sure requires quite a bit of maintenance to keep it running everyday. Take a look at the behind the scenes in a video after the jump.
Star Wars Land is coming along at both Disneyland Resort and Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World. Guests have started noticing some familiar looking structures being built, so Disney has given us an official look at some of the construction underway at the new lands!
Walt Disney World is a place where lifetime memories can be made. Disney’s Memory Maker & PhotoPass can help get everyone in photos so you don’t have to rely upon selfies or one family member being absent from every photo. Memory Maker is a $150 add on (or $170 if purchased while you’re at Disney World) that give you unlimited photos in the park, attraction photos, character dining and of course downloads of these photos. Is that steep price worth it? I purchased Memory Maker to test out the service and see if it’s something that you should get for your next Walt Disney World Trip.
Guests at Disneyland Resort in California are experiencing some major nostalgia with the return of the Main Street Electrical Parade. Leaving the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World after running off and on from 1977 the parade is making a brief stop at Disneyland before being retired. Hit the jump to see a video of the parade’s return to Disneyland!
I’m not a fan of the Disneyland Resort’s FastPass system. I say this because I’ve become so accustomed to using the MyMagic+ system in place at Walt Disney World in Florida. I’m also a technology guy so being able to book, change and redeem FastPasses all electronically is definitely my preferred way to go! Well it looks like Disneyland Resort is sort of stepping into modern times…for a price. I guess that’s the theme of this week’s Disney news! Hit the jump for details on Disneyland Resort’s new MaxPass system!