In celebration of the three-year anniversary of “World of Color” this month, I wanted to try out the slow-motion camera and have the crew tape some highlights from the ever-changing show. Nothing compares to seeing this spectacular in person; however, the video below gives a glimpse of the show from a whole new, multi-colored perspective.
Read more about the “World of Color” in the posts below:
For the last 10 years, cast member Jennifer Pitoniak has been serving up delicious Dole Whips at the Tiki Juice Bar in Disneyland park. The popular, sweet treat is fat-free, gluten-free, dairy-free and around 100 calories, which makes it, in my opinion, the perfect park food. Last year, Jenn helped the Tiki Juice Bar serve up 650,000 Dole Whips and Dole Whip Floats, for a combined 1.4 million consumed at Magic Kingdom Park, Disney’s Polynesian Resort and Disneyland park. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room, she gave us a glimpse of life in the Tiki Juice Bar – our camera gets so close you can almost taste it!
You may have seen the newest addition to the Pixar Play Parade from Disney•Pixar’s “Monsters University” in Disney California Adventure park, but you haven’t seen it like this! For my new series, “Taking it Slow,” we are using a special slow-motion camera to view some of our favorite attractions in a whole new way. In this video we mixed slow-motion, fast-motion and real-time video together to highlight a few fun moments from the “world of play.”
Although I don’t have a green thumb, there is a guided tour at Disneyland park that really grew on me. It’s called “Cultivating the Magic.” During the two-hour tour, guests learn how the Disneyland Resort horticulture team uses flowers, plants and trees to help create the stories of each land. Tour guides also tell tidbits about Imagineer Bill Evans, the original creator of Disneyland’s landscape.
I brought the camera crew on the tour with me and spoke with one of the tour’s developers, cast member Tyler Slater, to give you a glimpse.
To experience the tour for yourself, call 714-781-TOUR(8687) or visit Disneyland Guest Relations. Tickets are available up to one month in advance and the tour begins Saturdays and Sundays at 9 a.m. and Mondays at 10 a.m.
It took 12 months and 10 dolls on seven carts to create this year-in-review video of the Popcorn Animation Dolls at Disneyland park.
Early photos reveal “popcorn people” existed at Disneyland as far back as 1955. The popcorn wagons were labeled “The Cretors” named after C. Cretors & Co., founded in 1855, the company that originally produced the carts and their clown dolls. Eventually the clowns were transformed to match the land in which they performed.
Trivia Question: Can you name the dolls in the video and the areas they represent? Click below the video for the answer.
Happy Halloween! If you’re like me and wait until tonight to carve your pumpkin, then check out this video below for some added inspiration. All of these frightfully fun faces can be spotted on Main Street, U.S.A., in Disneyland park. Want more spooktacular ideas? Take a look at the Disney-inspired templates here and here.
Read the posts below for more Halloween fun at Disney Parks: