Walt Disney World Resort Updateby Marie Rossiter, contributing writer
Update for November 24 – December 1, 2014
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New Downtown Disney garage opens to public | Disney's Animal Kingdom honored with international award | Friends meet goal to hit every Walt Disney World ride in one day. | ESPN Wide World of Sports hosts basketball tournament | Disney Springs construction update | Frozen gingerbread castle displayed in Disney's Contemporary Resort | Holiday discounts offered for Richard Petty Driving Experiences | Disney's Animal Kingdom begins latest expansion project | Walt Disney World Holiday Event Guide|Views from Around the World Discussion of the Week | Quick takes | Discussion of the Week | Crowd update
Just in time for the holiday rush, Walt Disney World opened the new Downtown Disney parking garage last week according to Rikki Niblett from our sponsor TouringPlans.com
The garage is located on the West Side of Downtown Disney. A walking path has been constructed from the garage to the shopping district near the Downtown Disney AMC theaters.
Drivers using the parking garage will notice a great piece of new technology in the new garage: a light over each parking spot indicating if it's open or full. If the light is green, a spot is available; if it's red, it is occupied. This means easier navigation in the garage due to cars not needing to go up and down the aisles to find an open spot.
Construction work continues on the garage and the plan is to have all of the garage and its technology ready for official opening by December.
Last week, the Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) awarded Disney's Animal Kingdom's Wilderness Explorers with the Award for Outstanding Achievement - Interactive Park Attraction on a Limited Budget.
Wilderness Explorers utilizes an interactive experience where visitors talk with cast members at different stations across the park to learn about nature, and then collect badges at each station to complete their expedition.
TEA cited Disney's creativity in developing this attraction:
Disney has incorporated storytelling and gaming to create an experience that is intimate and personal in its connection to the guests, yet wisely recognizes that technology would be a distraction and remove guests from nature. Guests are given a role in the story – becoming a Wilderness Explorer – that was a poignant, aspirational story of a core identifiable character from the Pixar film. This intersection point between film story world, live animals and the beautiful habitats within Disney’s Animal Kingdom is a huge part of why this attraction is effective … This unique attraction is worthy of honors as much for its craft as for the authenticity and cleverness of implementation within a unique park environment.
TEA is a non-profit association representing creators, developers, and designers from around the world.
The second time proved to be the charm for two friends who aspired to ride all 46 rides across the four Walt Disney World theme parks in one day.
Shane Lindsay and Ted Tamburio shared their experience with WKMG Local 6 Orlando in which they hit all four theme parks in 17 hours to experience 46 rides. Over the course of the day, the men logged in nearly 22 miles according the the WKMG Local 6 report. They took no meal breaks, drank from water bottles, used FastPass+ and park/ride schedules to plan out their mission.
Even if something like this adventure sounds interesting to you, Lindsay advises that it is meant for grown ups only due to the pace and travel required.
The pair attempted this feat last year, but hit a snag near their goal when thunderstorms hit the Walt Disney World area and shut down a number of the rides as they approached the last leg of their journey.
Basketball fans may want to stop by the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend to catch the Orlando Classic (formerly the Old Spice Classic) basketball tournament.
The event, which runs November 27-30, features a pre-season basketball tournament hosted by the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference in Division 1 college basketball. Kansas, Michigan State, Marquette, Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Rhode Island, Rider, and Santa Clara will vie for the tourney championship this year.
Tickets can be purchased by calling (407) 939-4263 or by visiting the event's official website. The best deal available is the All-Tournament Ticket, which includes all 12 games for $150 each plus taxes and fees.
A full tournament bracket is also available at the event's official website.
Disney Parks Blog announced numerous updates to the Downtown Springs construction project underway in the current Downtown Disney area.
Workers recently installed the "Springs Bottling Co." marquee above the future Morimoto Asia location.
The Waterview Stage now offers nightly entertainment for visitors
The Food Trucks at Exposition Park on the West Side opens soon as a permanent home for the Downtown Disney food trucks. Visitors can also take advantage of the new shaded seating area.
The Landing area of Disney Springs has a new pedestrian walkway between the Portobello and Paradiso 37 restaurants. The walkway access expands to the West Side later this month.
Check back for future Disney Springs construction updates.
One of the most beautiful features at Walt Disney World during the holiday season is the variety of gingerbread creations featured in the resorts. This year, Disney's Contemporary Resort decided to bring a small part of Arendelle to its lobby by creating a gingerbread castle from the smash movie Frozen. Queen Elsa, Princess Anna, Kristoff and Olaf (who is actually hiding in 12 places around the castle) can be seen in the giant display.
Disney released a fun time-lapse video of the castle construction. Take a look!
Time-lapse video of Frozen gingerbread castle construction at Disney's Contemporary Resort. Disney Parks Blog.
The Orlando Sentinel reports that the Richard Petty Driving Experience is offering discounted prices and payment plans during the holiday season for its driving experiences on Walt Disney World Resort property and in Daytona.
According to the report, here is the cost breakdown for each experience:
- The ride-along program will cost $59 plus tax (a $40 discount) at the Walt Disney World Speedway and the Daytona International Speedway ride-along program drops to $99 plus tax (a $40 discount).
- The Rookie Driving Experience now allows four payments of $99 + a one time $39 driver release fee (a $53 savings), and the Daytona driving experience is four payments of $119 plus tax, not including the release fee (a $73 savings).
- Lastly, the Exotic Driving Experience offers a four payment plan of $49 for the Audi R8, Nissan GT-R or Porsche 997, four payments of $79 for the Ferrari 430 or Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4, four payments of $89 for the Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera, and four payments of $99 for the Ferrari 458 Italia. Prices do not include driver release fees or taxes.
Visitors must pay in full before taking the driving experience session. To book a package, call (800) 237-3889 or visit the website.
MousePlanet photographer J. Jeff Kober sent in a progress photo from the construction site of the upcoming Africa Marketplace area in Disney's Animal Kingdom. Scheduled to open in early 2015, the African marketplace expects to host a new quick service restaurant which serves African-style food. Visitors can also expect to see an overall size expansion of Africa and some new retail shopping locations.
Heading to Walt Disney World during the holiday season? Here's a helpful guide of all the special events happening around the resort to help you plan a magical holiday trip!
A Frozen Holiday Wish: The Walt Disney World holiday season kicked off with a live streaming event of the new A Frozen Holiday Wish show in front of Cinderella Castle. According to Disney Parks Blog, the resort will share a number of live streaming events throughout the season. Didn't get a chance to catch the live stream? Watch the video below!
A Frozen Holiday Wish Show. Video by Disney Parks.
You can also head over to our MousePad forum to get a full review of the show.
Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party: This annual hard-ticket party shows off the best and and most festive side of Walt Disney World during the holidays. Here is the rundown of the daily events you can expect at the Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party:
The event runs from 7 p.m. to midnight on select nights through December 19. In addition to the returning Christmas Party attractions like the the fireworks show, this year debuts new Frozen additions to Mickey's Once Upon a Christmastime Parade, a new meet-and-greet with Jack Skellington as Sandy Claws in Storybook Circus, and the "Holiday Hootenanny!" at the Diamond Horseshoe.
The Entertainment Schedule is packed, so you'll need to decide what's most important to see during your 5 hours at the party:
- Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas Parade featuring the Frozen characters - 8:15 and 10:30 p.m.
- A Frozen Holiday Wish - 6:15 and 8:00 p.m.
- Celebrate the Magic - 9:15 p.m.
- Holiday Wishes - 9:30 p.m.
- Celebrate the Season - 7:30, 10:05 and 11:20 p.m.
Since A Frozen Holiday Wish and Celebrate the Magic are offered on non-party nights, you can safely skip those and see them another night if you want to maximize your party time.
There are two Dance Parties, with some interesting characters:
- Holiday Hootenanny at the Diamond Horseshoe, featuring the Country Bears, Clarabelle Cow, Horace Horsecollar, and Clara Cluck.
- Club Tinsel at Cosmic Rays, featuring Phineas and Ferb
Plus, there are 18 Character Appearance spots marked on the event map. The big new addition is Sandy Claws, making his first event appearance at Storybook Circus.
Cocoa and cookies (or "healthy alternatives," should you want them) are available at:
- Sunshine Tree Terrace
- Tortuga Tavern
- Columbia Harbour House
- Pinocchio Village Haus
- Tomorrowland Terrace
- Cosmic Ray's Starlight Caf
- The Crystal Palace
Event merchandise, including a pin, t-shirt, ornament and limited edition Magic Band, are available at:
- Frontier Trading Post (pin only)
- Ye Olde Christmas Shop (Shirts, pin, ornaments only)
- Big Top Souvenirs (Magic Band only)
- Star Traders (shirt and pin only)
Most park rides are open during the event, including the Jingle Cruise and the new Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. Based on wait times during Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party, cast members said the line for the Mine Train is only about 30 minutes. I'm not a big fan of doing rides during the special events, since you can do those during normal operating hours, but people who could not get a FastPass+ for this new ride may want to take advantage of the shortest standby lines you're likely to see.
Epcot is beautiful and lots of fun during the holiday season with a series of events that all ages will love:
An International Yuletide Extravaganza: Experience a world of cheer with unique entertainment celebrating the spirit of the season. Share in the sights and sounds of some of the world’s greatest holiday festivities during Holidays Around the World at Epcot®. Amid joyful music and seasonal food favorites, time-honored traditions come alive as costumed performers share their country’s holiday heritage throughout World Showcase.
Candlelight Processional - (World Showcase, American Gardens Theatre) - 5:00pm, 6:45pm & 8:15pm
One of the most beloved holiday traditions at Epcot® is the Candlelight Processional - a joyous retelling of the Christmas story by a celebrity narrator accompanied by a 50-piece orchestra and a glorious mass choir.
|11/28 - 11/29||Jodi Benson|
|11/30 - 12/2||Neil Patrick Harris|
|12/3 - 12/4||Jonathan Groff NEW!|
|12/5 - 12/6||Whoopi Goldberg|
|12/7* - 12/9||LeVar Burton|
|12/10 - 12/11||Edward James Olmos|
|12/12 - 12/14||Joe Morton NEW!|
|12/15 - 12/17||Chita Rivera|
|12/18 - 12/20||Ana Gasteyer NEW!|
|12/21 - 12/23||Marlee Matlin|
|12/24 - 12/25||Isabella Rossellini|
|12/26 - 12/27||Blair Underwood|
|12/28 - 12/30||Steven Curtis Chapman|
Located at the America Gardens Theater. This spectacle is held on select nights, and due to its popularity, often fills up quickly. Unless Guests have purchases a Candlelight Dinner Package, attendance is on a first-come, first-served basis. All entertainment and celebrity narrators are subject to change without notice.
*Community Relations Night is December 7th at 5:00pm. No Day Guest bookings for the first show at 5:00 p.m.
For the hearing impaired, an American Sign Language interpreter translates the legendary account, allowing Guests of all kinds the opportunity to enjoy the event.
Candlelight Processional Dining Packages - If you want to ensure that you have a seat at a Candlelight Processional performance, you can purchase one of Disney's Candlelight Dining Packages that are available on select nights during the holiday season. These packages include a meal and a guaranteed seat for one Candlelight performance. Call 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463) to make your reservation. These packages are popular and sell out quickly, so don't wait too long to book it.
Illuminations: Reflections of Earth - (World Showcase Lagoon) - Nightly at 9:30pm
The World Showcase Promenade comes alive nightly with the brilliance and splendor of music, lights, lasers, water fountains, and custom pyrotechnics in Disney's signature nighttime spectacular, Illuminations: Reflections of Earth. From November 28 through December 30, Disney presents a unique finale to celebrate the season. With the song "Let There Be Peace on Earth" at its center, this special musical finale features a special message of peace and good will.
Holiday Storytellers - (World Showcase) - Daily November 28- December 29
Throughout the holidays, World Showcase comes alive with the legends and lore of the season. Listen to the stories of France's Père Noël, Italy's La Befana, and the United Kingdom's Father Christmas. Please refer to the Times Guides for show times.
Epcot® Holiday Merchandise
Be sure to stop by Santa’s Village in The American Adventure where you can get your favorite gifts from toys to stocking stuffers and all your Christmas tree trimmings. No matter where you go in Epcot® you will find the perfect holiday gift.
Disney's Hollywood Studios
Disney's Hollywood Studios offers its Frozen Holiday Premium Package November 7 through 19, November 21 through December 9, and December 11 through January 4, 2015. The new VIP package gives fans exclusive opportunities throughout their day at the park, including:
- Reserved seating for a performance of "For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration
- Reserved viewing for the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights
- A Frozen-themed dessert party with special Anna and Elsa cupcakes and other sweets
- A holiday-themed lithograph
- A Frozen pin
Tickets for this VIP experience costs $89 (plus tax) per adult, and $59 (plus tax) per child ages 3–9. These prices include gratuity.
To make a reservation, call (407) 939-1854.
The holidays haven't slowed down progress on a number of construction projects in and around the Walt Disney World theme parks. Here's what our photographer J. Jeff Kober captured to share in this week's update.
Disney's Animal Kingdom
Downtown Disney/Disney Springs
...A number of Disney fan sites reported that the Magic Kingdom opened the new indoor standby queue at Peter Pan's Flight in Fantasyland. The new queue features a walk through the Darling's house with beautiful paintings and images that tell the story of Peter Pan, along with detailed features of the children's nursery and other areas of the home.
...Disney filed a notice of commencement regarding the removal of Mickey's Sorcerer's Hat from Disney's Hollywood Studios. This document follows earlier confirmation from Walt Disney World about the removal of the park's icon on Hollywood Boulevard. Disney still has not issued any formal statements regarding what may replace the hat.
...The Disney Food Blog reported that Epcot's Spice Road Table is currently accepting dining reservations for dates beginning on December 2, 2014. The blog posted a screen shot of the restaurant's Reservations page to demonstrate availability. Disney has made no formal announcement of this feature, yet, though and it is unclear if this is a temporary feature for just the holiday season or if it will continue beyond January 1, 2015.
...The Orlando Sentinel reported last week that The Four Seasons Resort at Walt Disney World earned a AAA five diamond award. The Four Seasons was the only resort in the Orlando area to receive this prestigious award. "The AAA Five Diamond Award is a true testament not only to the incredible amenities our resort offers, but to our first-rate team of employees, who go above and beyond every day delivering exceptional guest service," said Thomas Steinhauer, regional vice president of Four Seasons Resort, Orlando, in a press release.
...In Walt Disney World merchandise news, fans looking for holiday gift ideas have a wealth of options as the parks introduced a variety of new product lines including: a holiday collection for the home with items such as a mug and cookie plate for Santa, plush toys, stockings, tablecloths, candy and many other goodies; the new Frozen Gift Card Holiday Pin series, which is a collection of gift cards featuring the main characters from Frozen that can be used on almost anything in the parks and comes with a collector's pin also featuring one of the four major characters: Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf; and yet another idea for Frozen fanatics, a new makeup collection from Beautifully Disney with makeup colors inspired by the movie. The collection has eye shadow palettes, lipstick, a nail polish line and much more!
MousePad forum member StarTourist is returning to Walt Disney World after a long hiatus and is taking on a big challenge.
Yeah, we're doing the most horrendous thing imaginable: We're headed to Walt Disney World at Easter-time. Haven't done that since WDW was a two-gate, one water park resort back in the Eighties.
Normally, we head down in March or late October through pre-Thanksgiving November. We are Disney veterans, and pretty much know the ins and outs of it all. But even I am skeptical about visiting Easter week. We're starting the trip the day before Easter, and will be staying six days afterwards. DVC at Old Key West, btw.
Very generally speaking, what horrors should I expect? What would someone like myself, who never ventures to WDW during peak times, need to do to make it a vacation with as few ultra crowded issues as possible?
One more thing: We haven't been to WDW since the Magic Bands were introduced. Need advice with them as well, especially pertaining to the topic at hand.
With so many changes happening since the member's last visit and especially during a planned visit during a busy time of year, what would you recommend StarTourist does to make the best out of the vacation? Head over to the forum to share your advice and join in the conversation!
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- Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party – November 30; December 2,4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 19
- Richard Petty's Junior Ride-Along Experience – at the Richard Petty's Driving Experience
- Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend – January 7–11, 2015.
- Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend – February 19–22, 2015.
If you participate in (or are considering signing up for) runDisney events, visit our Team MousePlanet forum on the MousePad discussion board, where you can join our community of health-minded readers and staff.
- Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend – January 7–11, 2015. Most events sold out.
- Disney Castaway Cay Challenge – January 12, 2015 – sailing on the Disney Dream.
- Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend – February 19–22, 2015. All races are sold out, but some associated events are still available.
- Expedition Everest – May 1–2, 2015. Registration opens December 16, 2014
- Disney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend – November 6–7. Registration opens March 17, 2015.
- Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend – January 6–10, 2016. Registration opens April 28, 2015.
- Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend – February 18–21, 2016. Registration opens July 14, 2015.
For current information on registration dates and capacity, see Lorree Tachell's runDisney Race Capacity Updates in the Team MousePlanet forum on our MousePad discussion board.
- The Haunted Mansion – closed December 1–19 for refurbishment
- Wishes Nighttime Spectacular – replaced December 20–31 by Holiday Wishes.
- Splash Mountain – closed January 4–30, 2015
- Cinderella's Royal Table – closed January 5 through March 6, 2015 for refurbishment.
- Liberty Square Riverboat – closed January 23–27, 2015 for refurbishment
- Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid – closed February 2 through March 6, 2015 for refurbishment.
- Harmony Barber Shop – closed February 2 through March 30, 2015 (dates subject to change).
- Fantasmic! – closed November 19–21 for refurbishment
- Kali River Rapids – closed January 20 through February 4, 2105
As previously reported by MousePlanet, some refrigerators in non-Disney Vacation Club rooms at Walt Disney World are being replaced due to a product defect. All Walt Disney World Resort rooms—with the exception of DVC Villas, the family suites at the Art of Animation and All-Star Movie resorts, and the cabins at Fort Wilderness—are impacted. Disney says "the schedule for replacing the refrigerators at these Resorts is expected to last several months."
In the interim, if you have a reservation at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel and need a refrigerator for medical reasons, we recommend contacting your resort directly to inquire about availability during your trip. The hotel should be able to arrange for one if your room does not yet have a new refrigerator, but supplies may be limited while they work to replace all of the malfunctioning units.
- All Star Music Resort – refurbishment of its Intermission Food Court is scheduled for reopening on December 21, according to our sponsor TouringPlans.com.
- Polynesian – Never Land Club Children's Activity Center closed for refurbishment through January 1, 2015.
- Polynesian – refurbishment of the lobby ongoing.
- Wilderness Lodge – refurbishment of its Silver Creek Springs Pool through late November 2014.
- Typhoon Lagoon – the entire park closed October 26 through December 20 for refurbishment.
- Blizzard Beach – the the entire park closed January 4, 2015 through March 3, 2015.
- Disney Osprey Ridge Golf Course – permanently closed.
- Downtown Disney Lots H, I, J, and K (in Westside area) closed until further notice for Disney Springs construction.
- Downtown Disney Bridge 4 and restrooms on Pleasure Island are temporarily closed for ongoing construction work.
- Cirque du Soleil La Nouba – performs Tuesdays through Saturdays.
Note: MousePlanet does not edit past Updates to reflect price increases; for up-to-date prices, check the most recent Walt Disney World Resort Update. For your convenience, we have grouped the discount offers based on the intended audience. Check out the category that best matches you, and pick the offer that works best for you. And keep those tips coming—let us know if you find a better or different offer, so we can share it with other readers!
Discounts for Everyone
2014 Free Dining offer for general public
Sue from Small World Vacations reports the general public can book Stay/Play/Dine Discounts through December 29, 2014. Offer details:
Stay / Play / Dine Discounted Magic Your Way Packages
Room Only Discount – Tickets and Dining Can be Added
Call your travel agent, contact Small World Vacations, or call Walt Disney Travel at (407) 939-7741 to book these offers.
Memory Maker pre-arrival discount
Disney's PhotoPass service provides a discount on Disney Memory Maker pre-arrival packages. For $149 plus tax, Walt Disney World guests can digitally download any photos associated with their Memory Maker account, including photos taken on attractions. The advanced purchase price is a $50 savings. Applicable taxes are charged to all orders.
Special offer only available from this link, and must be made more than three days prior to arrival at the Walt Disney World Resort. All sales are final, and not eligible for an exchange or refund.
Discounts for Annual Passholders
Rates starting at $79 per night on select dates this fall
Disney released new fall discounts for annual passholders for the following travel dates: Now through November 25, and November 29 through December 23, 2014. Rates begin at $79 for value resorts (Sunday through Thursday stays) and go up from there. Book through December 20, 2014.
Advance reservations required. No group rates or other discounts apply.
Length of stay requirements
Discounts only applied to travel dates that are valid offer travel dates
Additional per adult charges may apply if more than two adults per room
Number of rooms allocated for this discount is limited.
Discounts for Disney Rewards VISA & Debit Card Holders
2014 Free Dining Offer for Disney Rewards VISA & Debit Card Holders
Sue from Small World Vacations reports the Disney Rewards VISA and Debit Card Holders can now get a free dining discount when booking a qualifying Walt Disney World vacation package.
2014 Vacation Dates
Free Quick Service Plan
Free Table Service Dining Plan
Room and ticket discount for travel dates from February 24 through June 15
No discounts available March 6–14 and April 13–19. Buy a minimum four day ticket and get a day free.
Room discounts include:
20 percent off select guided tours
Disney Visa cardholders receive 20 percent off the non-discounted price of selected guided tours for up to 10 people. The cardholder must participate in the tour, and pay with a Disney's Visa Card and/or Disney Rewards Redemption Card. Tours included:
10 percent off select restaurants
Disney Visa cardholders receive 10 percent off the check when you pay with a Disney's Visa Card and/or Disney Rewards Redemption Card (be sure to request the discount). Discount excludes alcohol.
10 percent off merchandise
Disney Visa cardholders receive 10 percent off at participating Disney-owned retail location when you spend a minimum of $50 and pay with a Disney's Visa Card and/or Disney Rewards Redemption Card (be sure to request the discount). Read all of the restrictions on the Disney Visa website.
Free 5" x 7" character photo at a private meet and greet location at Epcot
Present your Disney's Premier Visa Card or Disney Rewards Visa Card for access to a private character meet and greet at Epcot for the cardholder and up to five guests. The event is hosted daily from 1:00 to 7:00 p.m. inside Innoventions West at Epcot. You'll receive one free 5" x 7" character photo per day.
Discounts for Florida Residents
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Discounts for U.K. Residents
2014 Free Dining offer for U.K. residents
2014 Free Dining offers for U.K. residents have been released. From the information posted on the Virgin Holidays website, it appears the 2014 program offers free Quick Service Dining Plan plan when booking at a Moderate resort, and free Dining Plan when booking at Deluxe resorts, Old Key West or Saratoga Springs. There are also offers for a free $200 Disney Gift Card and/or a 14-day ticket for the price of a seven-day ticket depending on travel dates. These particular offers are valid for U.K. residents only.
Discounts for Canada Residents
Fall 2014 Free Dining offer for Canada residents
Free Quick Service Plan
Free Table Service Dining Plan for moderate resorts
Free Table Service Dining Plan for deluxe resorts
Free Table Service Dining Plan for deluxe villa resorts
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