Disney After Hours Events Expand to Disney’s Hollywood Studios & Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Disney After Hours Events Expand to Disney’s Hollywood Studios & Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Disney After Hours events have been such a huge hit among Disney fans and we wanted to share this good news with you first: not only are more event nights set for Magic Kingdom Park, but for the first time, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom will join in on the fun!

In case you aren’t familiar with Disney After Hours events, these evening events are your opportunity to experience the magic of a Disney theme park for three hours after regular park hours, which means little-to-no wait for attractions, experiences and character greetings! You can even enter the park early – at 7 p.m. on your event night – before Disney After Hours begins. Ice cream, popcorn and select beverages are also included in your Disney After Hours admission, which is a separately priced ticket from daytime park admission.

Here’s what to expect at each park:

Dumbo the Flying Elephant attraction at Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort

Magic Kingdom Park
Enjoy classic favorite attractions from Haunted Mansion, Jungle Cruise, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Space Mountain as well as newer favorites like Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, plus many more. Event nights will run on: Nov. 26; and Dec. 3, 10, 2018; and Jan. 7, 17, 24 and 28, 2019; Feb. 7, 14, and 28, 2019; and March 7, 2019.

Tickets are currently available for Disney After Hours at Magic Kingdom Park at DisneyWorld.com/DisneyAfterHours.

Toy Story Mania! at Disney's Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World Resort

Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Imagine having little-to-no wait for newly opened Toy Story Land attractions, including Slinky Dog Dash, Alien Swirling Saucers and Toy Story Mania! Rockin’ Roller Coaster, Tower of Terror and other attractions will also be available. Select quick-service food & beverage locations will also stay open for purchases throughout the night. Event nights at Disney’s Hollywood Studios will be: Dec. 8, 15 and 22, 2018; and Jan. 5, 12 and 19, 2019; Feb. 2, 9 and 16, 2019; March 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2019; and April 6 and 13, 2019.

Pandora – The World of Avatar Tree of Life Awakenings

Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Enjoy the best Disney’s Animal Kingdom has to offer at night, including heart-tugging Tree of Life Awakenings, the adventures within Pandora – The World of Avatar and more. Select quick-service food & beverage locations will remain open throughout the night for purchases. Dates at Disney’s Animal Kingdom are: Dec. 4, 12 and 18, 2018; and Jan. 8, 16, 22 and 31, 2019; and Feb. 5, 6, 12, 13, 19 and 26, 2019; and March 5, 20 and 27, 2019; and April 3, 2019.

Tickets for Disney After Hours events at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom will be on-sale November 15 through the Disney Reservation Center by calling 407-939-7795.

All Disney After Hours event tickets cost $125 + tax for advance purchase and $129 + tax for day-of purchases. Disney Vacation Club members and Annual Passholders do receive a discounted price $95 + tax.

Keep your eye on the Disney Parks Blog for more updates and information.

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Wildlife Wednesday: Disney’s Animal Kingdom Celebrates Halloween with Pumpkins

At Disney’s Animal Kingdom, we know the importance of taking a break from the every day for some fun. For animals in our care, this fun comes in the form of enrichment, and it plays an important part in their day-to-day routine with mental and physical activities that appeal to the animals’ behaviors. With Halloween and fall in full swing, we’re celebrating the spirit of the season in our enrichment by crafting some pumpkin treats.

Our animal care team looks forward to decorating the pumpkins each year and coming up with new, novel ways to excite and encourage play and foraging behaviors among the animals. Some of the keepers even add bugs, worms and other tasty treats inside the pumpkins, which prompts the animals to do a little exploring, too.

When the animals discover the pumpkins in their habitats, some start to paw and pounce, others dig into snacks, and others shred and smash the gourds within minutes.

Here’s a peek at our pumpkin palooza with mandrills, gorillas, tigers, meerkats, hippos and more.

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Find your #HappyPlace: The “Best Eats” Around Walt Disney World Resort

Our mission continues! We searched high and low for the tastiest “best eats” for your next visit to Walt Disney World Resort.

The vegetarian 7-Layer Rice Bowl can be found at Fairfax Fare at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Take advantage of mobile ordering using My Disney Experience to get ahead of the line and get even more time to try more snacks!

Trek over to Mr. Kamal’s, a gem of a dining location between Asia and Africa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom for fries jam packed with flavors of chili, paprika, tzatziki sauce AND Sriracha ketchup.

The Croque Glacé from L’Artisan des Glaces at Epcot is complete with a brioche bun – did somebody say c’est YUM!?

What is your favorite “best eat” at Walt Disney World Resort?

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Okapi calf born at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

The population of Okapi in the world has just increase by one. Staff at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge celebrated the arrival of a rare okapi on October 1, 2018. With around 20,000 okapi left in the wild any birth is move in the right direction for this endangered species

Weighing in at 54 pounds, the calf is the child of Zelda and Mandazi. Their partnership was part of the Species Survival Plan monitored by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The calf has been in a backstage habitat nursing and bonding with his mom. He won’t appear on the savanna for at least a few months while the bonding and development process continues.

The okapi is normally a shy and reclusive animal. Western researchers did not even observe on until 1901. It’s earned the nicknames “Ghost of the Forest” and “Forest Giraffe.” The latter signals that okapi are the only known living relative of the Giraffe.

The okapi population continues to decline due to poaching and habitat loss from commercial logging and mining. The Walt Disney Company, through the Disney Conservation Fund and its involvement in the AZA’s Species Survival Plan, has been at the forefront of okapi conservation for many years. The company has a long-standing relationship with the Okapi Conservation Project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

When the young okapi is ready he will join the savanna at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge where guests can encounter more than 30 species of African Wildlife, including: zebras, giraffes, gazelles, and more. You don’t have to be a guest of the resort to enjoy the savanna, but we do suggest making a dining reservation to enjoy one of the great restaurants at both animal kingdom lodges.

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Play Disney Parks Mobile App Adding New Interactive Experiences at Walt Disney World Resort

There’s something exciting about the anticipation of checking in to a Disney Resort hotel and beginning your vacation, or getting ready to fly on the back of a mountain banshee in Pandora – The World of Avatar.

Now, we’re about to make moments like these even more special, with two new interactive experiences coming soon to the Play Disney Parks mobile app, which turns wait time into play time and offers guests a variety of fun activities to enjoy together.

Stories of the Enchanted Gallery at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort will be the first Play Disney Parks experience based at a Disney Resort hotel and will allow you to bring the art-filled walls of the lobby to life while checking in or enjoying your stay. Through the app, you’ll become your own animator, creating themed art that transforms into living, breathing stories inspired by “Finding Nemo,” “The Lion King,” “The Little Mermaid” and “Cars.”

Play Disney Parks Mobile App: Stories of the Enchanted Gallery at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

The ACE Guide to Pandora: Valley of Mo’ara Edition at Disney’s Animal Kingdom will enable you to join Alpha Centauri Expeditions (ACE) on an adventurous journey as you explore the colors, cultures and creatures of Pandora. Scan your surroundings for exotic lifeforms, create indigenous music and experience other interactive gameplay alongside your friends and family while learning all about this alien moon through interesting facts, trivia and activities. This experience can be accessed anywhere within the park, but is especially great when waiting in the queue line at the very popular Avatar Flight of Passage attraction.

You’ll also be able to earn, collect and share several new Play Disney Parks achievements as part of these new experiences. And, while in the app, keep your eyes (and ears) open for some great new Apple Music* playlists featuring songs inspired by Disney animated films, Disney lullabies and even classic Disney tales read aloud.

Since debuting in June, the Play Disney Parks app has immersed guests further in the Disney stories they know and love, through themed games, Disney trivia, digital achievements, music and more – whether they are playing on Main Street, U.S.A. or waiting in line at beloved attractions.

Be sure to download the app from the App Store or Google Play to be among the first to enjoy these latest enhancements. There’s many more exciting additions in development for the app at both Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort, so stay tuned to the Disney Parks Blog for future updates.

Message, data and roaming rates may apply. Availability subject to handset limitations, and features may vary by handset, service provider or otherwise. Coverage and app stores not available everywhere. If you’re under 18, get your parents’ permission first. Some features require separate theme park admission.

*Some features require Apple Music subscription and are only available on iOS devices. Separate terms and conditions apply.

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Tennessee Couple Spends Magical Day Visiting All Six Disney Theme Parks in the U.S.

On Wednesday, a couple from Tennessee embarked on the Disney adventure of a lifetime. Their mission: Visit every Disney theme park in the United States in less than 24 hours.

Heather and Clark Ensminger arrived in Orlando Tuesday night and spent the evening at Disney Springs relaxing before their grand endeavor. Their carefully planned agenda included at least one attraction and a bite to eat at each park, so they started their magical day at Disney’s Hollywood Studios as the sun rose over Toy Story Land. From there, they hopped to Epcot for a trip back through history on Spaceship Earth, then skipped over to Magic Kingdom Park to meet Mickey Mouse. Their visit to Walt Disney World Resort concluded with lunch and some fun at Disney’s Animal Kingdom before racing off to the airport.

After a cross-country flight to Los Angeles, the Ensmingers slid into Disney California Adventure park before it closed to experience Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout! They then jaunted across the Esplanade to conclude their own version of a Disney marathon at Disneyland park.

The couple knew this day could bring some logistical challenges, but they went into it with a lot of experience. The parents of four children all under 10 are Disney park veterans; they made the 10-hour drive from eastern Tennessee to Walt Disney World six different times over a 12-month span from 2017-2018. “In that year, we calculated we spent over a month at Walt Disney World!” Clark said with a laugh. (The kids stayed home with family on this trip.)

While stepping foot inside every Disney park on the continent was a joy unto itself, the Ensmingers said this trip meant a great deal to them in a very personal way. Heather’s father passed away unexpectedly last October, just days before the family was due to visit Walt Disney World together. “As the anniversary of his passing got a little closer, I was sort of having a hard time,” Heather said. “Unbeknownst to me, my husband started planning this special trip to surprise me.” The surprise was accidentally spoiled about a month ago by a random e-mail, but Heather said “it turned out OK” because she had fun helping make the final arrangements.

So what is it about Disney parks that enticed this husband-and-wife duo to attempt a trip like this? “It’s the magic,” Heather said. “We’ve experienced tons of pixie dust over the years – the cast members always go out of their way to make things special.”

And that was true yet again over the course of this 24-hour sprint, Clark added: “It’s just been a dream come true.”

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The Okapi Population Gets a Boost at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Today is World Okapi Day, and I believe there’s no better way to celebrate this magnificent animal than announcing the birth of one more!

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge is celebrating the birth of a rare okapi, who was born on Oct. 1 to mom Zelda. Weighing in at 54 pounds, the calf was up and mobile within the first hour of his birth. He has been nursing and bonding with his mom. The pair will remain in a backstage habitat for the next few months before joining the animals on the savanna.

Baby Okapi at Disney's Animal Kingdom park Baby Okapi at Disney's Animal Kingdom park

The calf’s parents – mom Zelda and dad Mandazi – were chosen to breed through the Species Survival Plan (SSP), which is overseen by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) and ensures responsible breeding of threatened and endangered species.

When I visited the okapi care team recently, keeper Kim Thomson expressed how excited she was to care for a new calf and how it changes the dynamics of her team’s routine.

“We will spend a lot of time conducting observations on mom and calf making sure the calf is bonding well with mom, nursing well and basically hitting all of the milestones we would expect of a growing okapi,” Kim said.

Okapis are an endangered species found in rainforests of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Known as the ghosts of the forest, okapis are shy, reclusive and rarely encountered in the wild. In fact, they weren’t even discovered until 1901. There are an estimated 20,000 okapi in the world, and their population continues to decline due to poaching and habitat loss from commercial logging and mining.

Through the Disney Conservation Fund and our involvement in the AZA’s Species Survival Plan, I’m proud to say Disney has been at the forefront of okapi conservation for many years. We have a long-standing relationship with the Okapi Conservation Project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In fact, the AZA recently recognized Disney’s Animal Kingdom for its contributions to the Okapi Conservation Project.

To learn more about okapis and other animals you can visit at the Walt Disney World Resort, visit DisneyAnimals.com.

Okapi infographic

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Go Wild this Fall with Magic Shots at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

If you’re looking for photo opportunities at Walt Disney World Resort that celebrate this time of year, Disney PhotoPass Service has you covered!

I’ve already shared information about the fall-themed virtual backdrops available at the Disney PhotoPass Studio at Disney Springs and the photo opportunities offered exclusively during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom Park, but did you know that Disney PhotoPass Service also offers Magic Shots at Disney’s Animal Kingdom that are perfect for getting into the spirit of the season? Check them out!

Animated Magic Shot from Disney PhotoPass at Disney's Animal Kingdom Animated Magic Shot from Disney PhotoPass at Disney's Animal Kingdom Featuring Iago

At the entrance to the park, you can marvel at the colors of the wind or have a certain snide parrot from “Aladdin” join your picture.

Animated Magic Shot from Disney PhotoPass at Disney's Animal Kingdom Featuring 'The Lion King' Animated Magic Shot from Disney PhotoPass at Disney's Animal Kingdom Featuring 'The Lion King'

If you’re brave enough, visit the Disney PhotoPass photographer stationed near Yak & Yeti Restaurant, where Shere Khan or Kaa from “The Jungle Book” might creep into your photo.

Animated Magic Shot from Disney PhotoPass at Disney's Animal Kingdom Featuring 'The Lion King'

Be prepared: When you visit select photographers in Africa, you might find yourself surrounded by the hyenas from “The Lion King.”

The Magic Shots featuring Shere Khan and Iago are only available through October 31, so don’t forget to include them during your upcoming visit!

Want to take home all of your Disney PhotoPass photos from your day at Disney’s Animal Kingdom? Consider purchasing Memory Maker One Day!

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Disney Parks After Dark: A Spellbinding Show Full of ‘Hocus Pocus’

Tonight’s “After Dark” image was snapped during the “Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular,” a show you can only see during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom Park.

In this guest-favorite show, the Sanderson sisters throw a wickedly fun celebration that features favorite Disney villains like Dr. Facilier, Oogie Boogie and Maleficent. By the way, did you know the “Hocus Pocus” film is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year?

There’s still time to enjoy this show and much more at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party this year, which takes place on select nights Aug. 17- Oct. 31, 2018. Grab ticket info here.

Thanks to photographer Steven Diaz for the image.

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Rafiki’s Planet Watch will close seasonally

Things move fast in the world of Walt Disney World rumors. Last week word came down that Rafiki’s Planet Watch would close late October, early money had it as a permanent closure to make way for new construction, but by later in the week, it was more likely to be just a seasonal closure. Now we have confirmation from Walt Disney World that Rafiki’s Planet Watch will be back.

Rafiki’s Planet Watch started as the Conservation Station. It focuses on animal care, environmental protection, and conservation of protected species. The only way for guests to reach the area is via a ride on the Wildlife Express train. Which does limit the number of guests who attend every day, but I think that’s by design.

It’s one of the few rare areas where guests are allowed to peek backstage and see what’s going on. Sure it’s about animal care, but that’s the soul of Animal Kingdom, so it makes sense. Work in those backstage areas will continue even if guests aren’t walking by on the other side of the glass.

As usual, there are no firm details from Walt Disney World on when it might be coming back from the seasonal closure. All we know right now is sometime next year.

For now, no need to plan a rush trip for one last visit to Rafiki’s Planet Watch before it glows away forever.

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#DisneyFamilia: Creando Magical Moments!

Our Hispanic Heritage Month celebration continues with a great historia.

This week, we are featuring Aida Rivera, Guest Experience Manager for Disney Live Entertainment at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

One of the best things about her role is meeting and interacting with visitantes that come from Puerto Rico.

Take a look and see how Aida’s family and the love of her culture inspire her day to day at Walt Disney World Resort!

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom closing Rafiki’s Planet Watch, what’s coming next?

The big rumor over the weekend was that Disney’s Animal Kingdom will be closing Rafiki’s Planet Watch. Cast members were reportedly told that the conservation themed land would be going to a seasonal basis beginning in October. Others heard that it was permanently closing, although the veterinary care would continue. If the closure is permanent, many of the character meet and greets and animal encounters currently at Rafiki’s Planet Watch would be relocated to other locations in the park.

It’s uncertain if this is just belt-tightening on Disney’s part, or if it signals the first move in a long rumored addition to Disney’s animal park. If it’s an expansion, expect to hear something at the upcoming D23 event.

The plot of land north of Asia connecting it to Rafiki’s Planet Watch has had multiple projects rumored for it. From a Wizard of Oz themed land to Australia and lately a Zootopia themed expansion, fans wait for any official big news. If there is a new project, I wouldn’t expect construction to begin before 2022, but I’d be happy to be surprised with a project before then.

Recent fan speculation has turned toward a Wakanda makeover for Rafiki’s Planet Watch rather than an entire new land. I’m fairly certain the Universal contract for all Avengers characters in Orlando area themeparks would prevent Disney from building a Wakanda attraction that mentions Black Panther and what would be the point of building anything Wakanda without its King.

If Rafiki’s Planet Watch is closing, what will Disney do with Wildlife Express Trains? There are a few areas of Walt Disney World were permanent rail transportation would make sense. It would be great to have a way to get from the front of EPCOT to the back without walking. I’d prefer a peoplemover type technology, but trains would do. It might also make sense to run trains between the Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge and the park itself.

Rivers of Light is said to be getting an update that will replace the live actors with Disney characters who will be the audience’s hosts for the show. This could be coming sooner rather that later.

Disney has already announced a host of new entertainment options for 2019 at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

A few wild-er ideas:

I think this is more wishful thinking by fans, but there’s been a long rumor that an Indiana Jones attraction would be coming to Dinoland USA and that Dinoland would get a new theme. I don’t see it happening. First, the next Indiana Jones movie keeps getting pushed back, second Dinosaurs have a universal appeal.

When Pandora – The World of Avatar was constructed, Disney left room for a third expansion, but it seems too soon for that. They’ll probably wait until after they see if the new Avatar movies from Fox are a success or not. That said, a few sites are speculating that the third attraction may be coming sooner than expected.

I’ll be honest, I’m not wild about either Wakanda or Zootopia coming to Disney’s Animal Kingdom as a whole new land. The focus should be on nature and animals in the park. Zootopia features the personification of animals in a way that detracts from nature. I still think an Australia expansion is the best bet. It gives the park room to include sea animals and mammals that Disney currently doesn’t have at the park. There’s also a natural tie-in opportunity with the Finding Nemo/Dory movies and Rescuers Down Under (don’t forget The Rescuers!).

Walt Disney World is expected to make one big change to Disney’s Animal Kingdom in time for the resort’s 50th anniversary in 2021. We know it’s not a major attraction as the infrastructure changes for that would have to be under way already. Perhaps it’s a return of a parade, but more likely an entirely new show for the Discovery River stadium. What would you like to see?

(photo courtesy Disney. Kent Philips, Photographer)

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  1. Miami/Brickell Festival of the Arts

    October 20, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - January 15, 2019 @ 6:00 pm UTC+0
  2. NOVEMBERFEST 2018

    November 14 @ 4:00 pm - November 18 @ 8:00 pm UTC+0
  3. Florida Tiny House Music Festival (3rd Annual)

    November 16 @ 12:00 pm - November 18 @ 6:00 pm UTC+0
  4. Orlando Balloon Glow

    November 16 @ 5:00 pm - November 18 @ 10:00 pm UTC+0
  5. Run The Race 5K -Christian Fun Run & Walk

    November 17 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am UTC+0
  6. Day of Thanks – Community Food Give Away

    November 17 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+0
  7. Xtreme Sports Festival

    November 17 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm UTC+0
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