Want to know what one of my favorite things about Disney+ is? It brings #DisneyMagicMoments right to me, without even having to leave my couch! If you want to welcome a piece of Disney Parks into your home, we’ve curated films and shows into special watchlists inspired by favorite Walt Disney World Resort experiences—and they’re all available to stream now on Disney+.
Following our recent trip around Disneyland park, today let’s take a tour around the four Walt Disney World theme parks to spark our imaginations and take us back to some of our favorite memories from The Most Magical Place on Earth:
Magic Kingdom Park: “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” “The Little Mermaid” and “Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings”
Today’s watchlist starts off with Magic Kingdom Park, where you may be thrilled to go on a treasure hunt alongside Captain Jack Sparrow in “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” or you may prefer an underwater adventure with your favorite mermaid and sea creatures in “The Little Mermaid.” If you fantasize about dream weddings and honeymoons, you can watch fairytales unfold right from the comfort of your own home with “Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings.”
Disney’s Hollywood Studios: “Toy Story 4,” “Mickey Mouse” Cartoon Shorts and “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker”
Adventures and excitement await at every turn at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. You can have a virtual theme park experience from home with these thrilling titles. Sing and play along with your favorite toys as Woody, Buzz, and the gang are reunited. If you’re looking for a place where “mouse rules apply” and anything can happen, then the “Mickey Mouse” cartoon shorts are for you. For a more galactic adventure, follow Rey, Finn and Poe as they battle Kylo Ren and the First Order in “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.”
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park: “The Lion King,” “Avatar” and “Jane Goodall: The Hope”
For all the animal lovers out there, Disney’s Animal Kingdom is where you may feel most at home. Here we embrace Hakuna Matata and the spirit of animals and nature, with titles like “The Lion King,” “Avatar” and “Jane Goodall: The Hope” from National Geographic.
EPCOT: “Ratatouille,” “Frozen 2,” “Mary Poppins Returns”
There’s no better place to end our journey through Walt Disney World Resort than at EPCOT, with its exciting attractions and international pavilions. Whether you want to venture into the kitchen or into the unknown, where you can “let it go” or step in time with your favorite chimney sweeps, there is a title here for you!
Immersing ourselves in some of the great Disney stories on Disney+ helps bring our favorite Disney Parks memories to life. Let’s all continue to make time for magic together and check out even more movies, shows and shorts inspired by Disney Parks on Disney+.
What films or shows on Disney+ remind you of Walt Disney World Resort?
Dead Men Tell No Tales isn’t on Disney+ in the US…
May be worth noting ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ is not available on Disney+ until December 4,2020 in the U.S.
Epcot should include Saludos Amigos for Mexico’s Three Caballeros ride. Also Finding Nemo for the Seas Pavillion.
Shame to not include something for the Muppets for Hollywood Studios too.
But dead men tell no tales isn’t on disney+ yet
Thanks for the lists! Anything that helps recreate some of the magic of the parks is always welcomed in our household. Whether its these lists, counting down the days until we can make our FastPass reservations, or watching various videos of the parks online, going to the Walt Disney World Resort has become a year round event for us and while those at-home moments may not be as good as the real thing, they help extend the magic.
YESSSSS I want to watch all of theese on my couch in my PJ’s with a hot cup of tea! hanks for the info!