Walt Disney World has announced that there will be four additional restaurants that will have beer and wine available inside The Magic Kingdom! The restaurants adding the booze are: Tony’s Town Square, Cinderella’s Royal Table, Liberty Tree Tavern, and Skipper Canteen.
I’m not sure how I feel about this! But, I knew that once it was introduced at Be Our Guest, it was only a matter of time before the ability to consume alcohol came to other venues within Magic Kingdom Park! And, while I am hoping that most will only consume a little to go with their meal, there is that possibility that a few may overindulge.
Personally, I am not a big drinker! Maybe one or two a year. So, at this point, I am taking a wait and see attitude about all of this. I am sure it will generate a bit of revenue! I am thinking it may bolster the guest experience at Tony’s Town Square. And, I am sure that the prices will live up to WDW standards!
But, how popular will it really be? Does the addition of alcohol at Magic Kingdom take something out of the feel of the park? One can’t help but wonder!
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Let’s Keep The Magic Alive!!
The NFL has partnered with Walt Disney World for this season’s pre-Pro Bowl Festivities taking place at the ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex. And, some of the players have been announced!
There will be a total of 88 players in attendance Some of the players scheduled to play are Aaron Rodgers (GB), Tom Brady (NE), Odell Beckham Jr.(NYG), and rookies Daks Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott (my favorite) from the Dallas Cowboys.
There will be a lot of special events taking place that will culminate in a parade on Main Street U.S.A. that will include the players, cheerleaders, and several community based groups.
The Pro Bowl game is scheduled for January 29 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando! See Pro Bowl Ticket Information for more! For more on the activities at WDW visit The ESPN Wide World Of Sports Page.
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In case you haven’t been paying attention, Walt Disney World announced that Pandora: The World Of Avatar will open sometime during the Summer 2017. And, while that isn’t a specific date, it seems likely that they will try to open around Memorial Day. That’s assuming that everything is working as it is supposed to work.
Watch The Pandora Behind The Scenes Video
It also appears that Rivers of Light may be ready to go by then. There were a few cast member previews in early December and, while there were a few minor glitches, it seems to have gone well. No date has been announced, at this time.
There is a change coming to the 2017 EPCOT International Food And Wine Festival. Beginning on August 31, 2017 and running through November 13, 2017. This will be the longest this festival has ever run and should allow for more people to enjoy it and all that goes with it. I am hoping to get there, myself, this year!
I will do my best to keep you all up to date on anything that is happening anywhere on the Walt Disney World Resort property! It seems that WDW could be on the verge of a lot of changes very quickly! Though, probably not quick enough for most of us who love the place!
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Let’s keep the Magic Alive!
Walt Disney World will be airing the “Fantasy In The Sky” fireworks show beginning at 11:45PM on December 31, 2016 (New Year’s Eve). There will be a Blog Post from DisneyParksBlog.com when it is time to begin! It may also show up on YouTube Live, but that’s not a certainty!
If you can’t be at The Magic Kingdom, this is a good way to feel like it! I plan on watching, do you?
Happy New Year, my friends!
Keep the Magic Alive!
Walt Disney World announced a new way to enter Magic Kingdom Park. Beginning January 9, 2017, guests will be able to enter Main Street U.S.A. prior to actual opening. Some shopping and food will be available as you wander into the park.
A new ‘welcome’ show will be presented on the Castle Forecourt Stage to begin you ‘magic’! There is no word on whether the current Welcome Show at the entrance of the park will continue, but I would guess No!
Keep the magic alive, my friends!!