For the first time ever, guests can head to Sesame Place this spring for a brand-new Easter celebration, Elmo’s Eggstravaganza, running select dates from April 6-21.
This spring, experience your favorite horror films come to life with the limited-time “I Like Scary Movies” art installation coming to Los Angeles, Calif.
Mondo is getting a little more magical, as they’ve announced an official license from Disney for a slew of all-new products.
The fifth anniversary of Universal Cool Japan at Universal Studios Japan (USJ) has begun! This event brings the worlds of iconic Japanese entertainment to life, and this year, it’s bigger than ever.
We’ve heard of escape room experiences inspired by everything from zombie horror to Sherlock Holmes, but how about Hebrew history? OneBefore — which is billed as the first Jewish escape room in America — is now open in Brooklyn, New York, featuring puzzles based on the literature, genealogy, and traditions of orthodox Judaism.
Legoland California Resort is inviting families to go from the movie theater to the theme park with the opening of The Lego Movie 2 Experience.
The Animatronicans, the hit theme park spoof that premiered at the 2016 Orlando Fringe Festival, is returning this May in an all-new Under New Management edition, which will feature a reunion of the entire original cast, along with two new faces that may be familiar to Central Florida attraction fans.
After nearly a year of being closed, Disney California Adventure’s signature nighttime lagoon show World of Color will officially reopen at the Disneyland Resort on March 1, 2019, with soft-opening previews starting on Feb. 22.
Say “Hasta la vista, baby” to the real word and explore the cybernetic cinematic universe of the Terminator in VR at Cinemark’s Century 20 Oakridge and XD theatre in San Jose, California, which recently debuted its Spaces Center virtual reality experience.
Dave Smith, founder of the Walt Disney Archive and a Disney Legend, died in Burbank, California, on February 15, 2019, at age 78.