The all-new Pixar Play zone is now open at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Kids ages 4-12 can have an action-packed evening filled with interactive fun, arcade games and dinner.
While the kids play, their parents can enjoy their own adventure throughout Walt Disney World.
This new entertainment experience is a pilot program that takes place each night from 6-10:30 p.m. Young guests enter a world filled with their favorite characters from the Disney/Pixar animated films “Toy Story” and “The Incredibles.”
The fun begins in The Living Room, where kids can experience Space Ranger Training as they learn what it takes to become a Jr. Space Ranger of Star Command. They’ll even learn the call of the Space Ranger, “To infinity and beyond!”
Then, Woody and Jessie will show them the ropes of the West during Woody’s Roundup, and lead a sing-along with the guests. Just around the corner, toys of all sorts are ready to play in Bonnie’s Play Room.
At Radiator Springs Racetrack, kids can build their own race cars and send them on a soapbox derby racetrack in the Piston Cup Derby Races.
The evening wraps up with an Incredibles Super Dance Party, where younger guests can learn new moves with Mr. and Mrs. Incredible.
Doors open for registration at 5 p.m. each night, and children must be toilet-trained in order to attend. Activities and entertainment for the evening are subject to change. Pixar Play Zone costs $65 per child, and availability is limited. Reservations are strongly recommended, and can be made over the phone at (407) 824-5437.
For more information on other children’s offerings for Walt Disney World, visit disneyworld.com.