At Home with Disney Magic Moments

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Experiences

Millions of people around the world are at home and looking for ways to spend time together (and apart!) and we have been thrilled to see how fans and families are creating their own “only Disney” moments in their daily lives. We are loving that you’re recreating your favorite attractions, posting photos and family memories, and sharing the fun you’re having.

You’ve even inspired us to bring Disney to you in new ways, from livestreamed Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems, to the virtual viewing of the “Magic Happens” parade from the Disneyland Resort, to singing along with the Dapper Dans. There’s even been drawing Olaf with Disney Animation and reading along with Disney talent for storytime!

Now we are thrilled to share an even easier way for kids, families and fans to access #DisneyMagicMoments like these, all in the comfort of your own home. Today Disney is launching, a website where you will find fun and engaging Disney content, stories and resources — for free! — from Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars, to Walt Disney Animation Studios, National Geographic, Disney Parks and beyond.

And we’ve created a curated set of resources to spark imagination and share magic, all available when you visit this special page on the Disney Parks Blog. Here, you’ll find family-fun activities, online resources and more — LEARN & CREATE, FUN & PLAY and CARE & COMMUNITY.

Officially kicking off these #DisneyMagicMoments, gather around with your family and watch these two all-new videos. 

First up, a virtual ride-through of the timeless classic Disney Parks attraction, “it’s a small world,” a beloved favorite at many of our parks around the globe. 

Then, check out the JAMMitors, everyone’s favorite funky group of janitors-turned-percussionists. Normally this group would be sharing their syncopated sounds at EPCOT using all sorts of different items they find around the park. Today, they are sharing their #VoicesFromHome — using pots and pans, trash cans and even an old tire!

Keep an eye out for even more virtual pixie dust and use #DisneyMagicMoments to show us how you’re bringing the Disney magic to life at home!


  • Is this blog abandoned or what???

  • That was so AWESOME! I miss you guys and I miss the Parks! I hope I get to see you “jammin'” in Epcot in 2021!!

  • We visit you every year from The Netherlands, Europe for almost 25 years in a row now. This will be the first year we won’t be able to go because of that darn virus! We love it so much we will definitely come back next year. In the mean time, you are doing a great job keeping the Magic alive. See ya all soon!

  • I enjoyed my last ride on it’s a small world because it was the last trip with my dad.

  • Thank you for sharing the magic! Boy, I miss my happy place!!!!!!!!

  • Love it. I haven’t been able to visit your parks. Hopping this year if everything gets better, me & my family could visit you. I love everything about your parks. For Hurricane Maria we lost our home & everything in it. And a year ago I lost my only child, but he left us with a lovely grandson that has some health conditions, but he is lovely. He’s the one that keeps us going. So I hope this year we can take him to visit your parks. It’s a dream I hope we can make true. Thank you so much for all the videos. They are amazing

  • This is perfect!! Thank you 🥰😃🤩

  • Thanks for giving us a bit of magic, it’s just what I needed. Can’t wait to get back to WDW to hear the Jammitors in person, they have always been my favorite.

  • Love it! You guys are great.

  • Voices of Liberty!

  • Can we get Voices of Liberty to do a #VoicesFromHome PLEASE!!!!!!!

  • Thank you for bringing a little bit of the happiest place on earth to those of us at home.

  • This was fun! I must admit that I really love “It’s a Small World” and ride it at lease a couple of times on our annual trip. Great to see the JAMMitors! Always enjoy their performances at EPCOT. Thank you all for giving us a bit of Magic!!!

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