The Disney Parks Blog announced 19 new and limited-time experiences that will be headed to Walt Disney World in 2019, featuring Mickey and Minnie, classic Disney characters, Pixar and more.
The hotels of the Disneyland Resort are getting in on the spooky Halloween fun this year, and we’ve got five fun ways for you to extend your Halloween Time experience before or after a great day at the parks.
Guests can celebrate their favorite Disney Princess this fall at Disney Springs with special offerings as part of the “Dream Big, Princess” campaign.
The Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is back for more foodie fun with 75 days to dine around the world and over 35 global marketplaces in the World Showcase and Future World.
Universal Orlando Resort’s Halloween Horror Nights is rapidly approaching, and with a new year of fear, we also get a new collection of event merchandise!