Hey pals! Here’s a roundup of any tips, tricks, and try its for the month of February. Enjoy!
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- You can get pixie dusted in certain stores at Magic Kingdom. Just ask a cast member and they will gladly do it!
- If you go on any Disney Cruise, try to get a postcard. These are a great way to keep a memory of your vacation (it’s also very inexpensive).
- If you meet Merida, ask her how often she washes her hair! You might get an interesting answer.
- Most seats are good seats (A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration). So you can sit in the back and still enjoy the show. Just try not to rush to the front row if there are too many people. If you end up all the way on the side, you’ll be getting a beautiful view of the magical rocks from the set.
- If you want to get good pictures on a Disney Cruise without people in it , try to take pictures right when you enter the ship or at the time when dinner starts.
- Here’s my top five sweets/drinks to try at Magic Kingdom: 1. Candy Apples (Main Street’s Confectionary) 2. S’more’s Bar (Main Street’s Confectionary) 3. LeFou’s Brew (Gaston’s Tavern) 4. Cookie Ice-cream Sandwich (Plaza Ice Cream Parlor) 5. Mickey’s Premium Bar (any ice cream stand).
- Try the macaron ice cream sandwich at L’artisan Des Glaces. It’s in the France Pavilion at Epcot. 🍦 Honestly, everything theyhave is delicious. So buy the whole store.
- Pelican’s Plunge is a water slide at Castaway Cay that’s in the ocean. I totally recommend going on this! It’s awesome! The water was freezing when I went, but I’m so glad I went! ☀
- Try the violet lemonade at Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival! It’s delicious.
- Cinderella’s horse is in Prince Charming Regal Carrousel. It’s the one with the gold ribbon on the tail (it’s one of the horses in the middle section).
- By donating to the Disney Conservation Fund, you can help raise money to conserve wildlife. In Animal Kingdom and in several other locations, you receive a conservation hero button when you donate to such a great cause.
- In the Peter Pan’s Flight ride, you can see Ariel in the mermaid lagoon section.
- Did you know that there were two other versions of this ride? The original Journey into Imagination ride operated from 1983-1998. Then another version replaced the original from 1999-2001. And now we have the third version of this ride. I’ve only been able to see the latest version, but I’ve heard that the original ride was amazing.
- You could meet a Tinkerbell at the Town Square Theatre in Main Street. This is a pretty cool interaction. You get to be fairy sized and see the world how she sees it.
- Castaway Cay is Disney’s private island and it’s one of the stops you make on any Disney Cruise.
- At a dedication ceremony for the Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid Attraction, bottles of water from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (a former WDW attraction) were kept and poured in the water of the Little Mermaid attraction. So it’s like you have a little bit of the past in the present. Pretty cool huh?
- You can meet Captain Jack Sparrow at Castaway Cay.
- As you’re leaving Haunted Mansion, there is a pet cemetery. Here you will see a tombstone of Mr. Toad (Tribute to the ride that is now replaced with the Winnie the Pooh attraction). The tombstone reads “Here lies Mr. Toad. Sad but true. Far less popular than Pooh.”
- Part of Baymax’s armor is next to him in the meet and greet. Make sure to look at it next time! It just reminds me of all the fist bumps that he does in the movie 😂💕 Ba la la la la
- Aurora doesn’t meet in the France Pavilion in Epcot anymore. You can meet her at Magic Kingdom in the Town Square Courtyard.