Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon waterpark is about to get a bit more adventurous when the new water attraction, Miss Adventure Falls, opens on March 12. [Read more…]
Get ready to embark on a high seas adventure at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park on a new family-friendly water attraction opening next spring. [Read more…]
Hosts Banks Lee and Elisa Goldman bring you this week’s theme park and attraction news. On this week’s episode: [Read more…]
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park guests will be treated to a free concert this Saturday, April 4, 2015, as part of Radio Disney’s “On The Road To The RDMAs”.
Guests will see performances by young recording artists Jacquie Lee, Sweet Suspense, The Fooo Conspiracy and Radio Disney’s Alex Angelo. Radio Disney’s Brooke Taylor will be hosting. Other than admission to the water park, no special ticket is needed to attend the Typhoon Lagoon concert.
Radio Disney and the Radio Disney app will broadcast live from noon to 2 p.m. The concert will run from 1 to 4 p.m.
This tour culminates in a free RDMA Pre-Show Festival that will take place in Nokia Plaza in the hours leading up to the Radio Disney Music Awards (RDMA). The RDMA’s take place Saturday, April 25, 2015 at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles.
More information about the RDMAs, visit Disney.com/RDMA.
By Kevin Yee
This week we jog around Typhoon Lagoon to see the minor improvements from the annual refurbishment, view the ongoing prep for Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival, and look at an experiment Test Track did with moving the FastPass line. We also tour Disney’s Park Event Operations, an off-site warehouse of props and decorations (only limited photos were allowed, alas). [Read more…]
Dive into the summer with fun for the whole family at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon and Disney’s Blizzard Beach water parks. The water parks will feature new entertainment and dining options at Typhoon Lagoon and Extra Magic Hours at both parks. [Read more…]
Thousands of Orlando’s biggest theme park fans were in town this weekend for Gay Days. Here’s a sample of the weekend’s events. [Read more…]
By Don Gworek
What began with controversy 20 years ago is now one of Orlando’s top events each year, with attendance larger than many of the biggest convention groups. It started as just one day at the Magic Kingdom and has expanded to a multi-day event at multiple parks. [Read more…]
In preparation for our Summer 2009 issue (available for pre-order now), we toured Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach water parks and brought our cameras in order to take you along with us. Here are a couple of brief video tours of both parks:
- You can also download standard and high-definition versions of these videos in our Videos section.
If you want to know much more about both of these parks, pick up a copy of our Summer 2009 issue featuring an article entitled, “Slip Slide Away at Disney’s Water Parks,” filled with great information and photos.
The Summer 2009 issue of Orlando Attractions Magazine is now available for preview and pre-order.
It’s our first quarterly issue and the first of our new and improved editions featuring nearly 20% more pages, thicker paper, more high-quality photography, and more articles than ever before.
Feature articles in this issue include:
• COVER STORY: Hitch a Ride on a Giant Stingray
with SeaWorld’s Manta, Florida’s First Flying Roller Coaster.
• Slip Slide Away at Disney’s Water Parks
Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach offer cool retreats year-round.
• Skipper Ben’s Top 10 Ways to Beat the Heat
• Magical Memories
Contest winner looks back at his year as Disney’s Chief Magic Official.
• Africa, Animals and Art
Kidani Village expands upon the culture found at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge.
• Africa meets India at Sanaa
Disney’s newest restaurant dishes up African cuisine with Indian flavors.
• Stitch invades Tomorrowland in Stitch’s SuperSonic Celebration.
And if you subscribe now at our new low price of $19.99, you’ll be among the first to receive the new Summer 2009 issue when it begins to mail out next week. But hurry or you’ll miss it!
Again, you can preview and pre-order the Summer 2009 issue here.