You may be familiar with Internet sensation Tiny Hamster, who drew attention online with his video Tiny Hamster Eats Tiny Burritos. Perhaps our smallest guest ever, Tiny Hamster recently stopped by Magic Kingdom Park to try out tiny “hamster”-sized versions of some of the park’s tastiest treats, including churros, turkey legs and even mini Dole Whips. Of course, he also stopped by a few favorite park attractions, including scaled-down versions of The Haunted Mansion and Mad Tea Party.
Check out Tiny Hamster’s Best Day Ever for yourself.
Wonder how they made those tiny treats and attractions? Check out the behind-the-scenes video here.
To watch even more Best Day Ever videos, click here.
In “The Princess & The Frog,” Louis is a jazz-playing alligator who dreams of “jammin’ with the big boys.” Looks like he’s got his turn in today’s #DisneySide Doodle, which shows him leading the Main Street Philharmonic down Main Street, U.S.A. at Magic Kingdom Park.
Thanks to designer Ashley Taylor for the doodle.
To check out how other Disney characters may show their #DisneySide in our parks, check out the list of related posts below.
This tiny dinosaur may look familiar to you if you’ve been through DinoLand, U.S.A., at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. He tops off the TriceraTop Spin attraction.
He sure is up high. What caption would you give this photo? Leave yours in the comments section below!
This week, some of the most compelling images we shared came from Disney Cruise Line and showed some of the lovely scenery guests can see on their cruises to Alaska.
Have you taken an Alaska cruise with Disney Cruise Line?
Tonight’s “After Dark” image was shot at the Japan Pavilion at Epcot during “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth.”
The color of the fireworks really makes the pavilion’s red torii gate look striking. What’s your favorite pavilion in World Showcase to watch “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth” from? Tell us in the comments section below.
In today’s #DisneySide Doodle, “The Jungle Book’s” ever-clever Kaa is exploring a whole new jungle at The Jungle Cruise attraction. I wonder which leg of the journey he’ll enjoy most.
To check out how other Disney characters may show their #DisneySide in our parks, check out the list of related posts below. Thanks to Ashley Taylor for today’s design.
Have you had a chance to try out The BOATHOUSE Restaurant in The Landing area of Downtown Disney yet? The restaurant, which opened just a few months ago, offers diners delicious food, great views of the water, and the chance to experience some floating fun aboard an AquaCar and other watercrafts.
The BOATHOUSE sure looks lovely at night!
This week in Disney History, “Alice In Wonderland” was released in theaters in 1951. The film, based on the story penned by Lewis Carroll, tells the story of a daring young girl who follows a certain white rabbit down a rabbit hole – and of the adventures that follow.
Today, you can often meet Alice at Magic Kingdom Park at the Mad Tea Party. Be sure to check the MyDisneyExperience App for her latest schedule.
Thanks to Ryan Wendler for the great portraits. To check out more in our series, see the list below.
This week’s #DisneySide Doodle imagines what would happen if expert-in-all-subjects Ludwig Von Drake visited the Living With The Land attraction at The Land pavilion at Epcot.
As you can see, he has shown his Disney Side by adding a few aquatic-animal inspired plants to the pavilion’s garden.
Thanks to artist Jason “Tiki” Tackett for the awesome work.
For more from our #DisneySide Doodles series visit the posts below:
One of my absolute favorite weekend activities at the Walt Disney World Resort is hitting the slopes – I mean slides – at Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park.
This morning’s sunrise shot was snapped at the top of the Snow Stormers slides – one that my son recently braved with me for the very first time.
Do you have a favorite slide at Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park? Tell us in the comments section below!