My favorite character from Alice in Wonderland is the Mad Hatter because, frankly, he’s so delightfully wacky. Today is the best day for fans of this crackpot character … it’s 10/6 … Mad Hatter Day!
You might go a little mad yourself when you see what our designer, Leo Cardoso, concocted for this special day.
Carry on with the silliness!
Now that the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is in full swing (running through November 16), why not make it an extra-special event with the Ultimate Day at Epcot International Food & Wine Festival?
An exclusive VIP tour that lasts all day long, it’s your chance to enjoy an exclusive beverage demonstration, special seating for What’s Cookin’ With … a delicious plated brunch with a celebrity chef, an introduction to the NEW Sustainable Chew Marketplace hosted by Disney chefs, expedited access to some of Epcot’s favorite attractions, VIP seating for the Eat to the Beat Concert Series, a select viewing location for the IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth fireworks extravaganza and so much more.
The Ultimate Day at Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is the … well … ultimate way to experience this annual favorite of tastes, grapes, brews and good times.
Offered Fridays and Sundays throughout the festival, the price is $399 per person (21 and up only), plus tax. Discounts are available for Annual Passholders, Disney Vacation Club Members and Disney Rewards Visa® Cardholders. Epcot admission is required. For reservations or more information, please call 407-WDW-TOUR (939-8687). Or visit the Walt Disney World website here for more information.
Last night, we hosted 200 fans at the Disney Parks Blog Mickey’s Halloween Party Meet-Up at Disneyland park. The evening kicked off with a special reception at Aladdin’s Oasis in Adventureland.
Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse were there, dressed in their Halloween best.
Guests were treated to a special performance of the Oogie Boogie Band, singing Halloween favorites.
Everyone took away special sweets featured in the parks during Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort.
And everyone got a head start on their trick-or-treating with a candy-filled coffin on the way out.
Check out the gallery below to see some of our guests in their Halloween costumes!
Did you join us for the Disney Parks Blog Mickey’s Halloween Party Meet-Up at Disneyland park? Tell us about it in the comments!
It’s October, which means Halloween is just a few weeks away. Is this one of your favorite holidays? I know it’s one of mine.
Imagine the unmistakable aroma of rich chocolate, a scent that will draw guests into The Ganachery, a new chocolate shop set to open in The Landing in late 2015 at Disney Springs.
One of the highlights of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Parties at Magic Kingdom Park is the spooky fireworks display, “Happy HalloWishes.”
Today we revealed that in early 2017 we will return to popular destinations in the Caribbean and Bahamas.
Think you remember just about everything there is to know about the former Horizons attraction at Epcot? Put your knowledge to the test below!
Spending the holidays at Walt Disney World Resort is a magical experience for the whole family, but for a first-time guest it can be tough to plan the perfect merry itinerary. Which parks have special events for the season? Are there holiday treats at restaurants on property? Do any of the resorts have not-to-be-missed décor?
Were you obsessed with Future World in Epcot in the 1980s? At the time, attractions like Horizons, The Living Seas, World of Motion and the Astuter Computer Revue showed us how daily life, undersea exploration, future automobiles – and these new things called computers – may change life over the next few decades.