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#DisneyMagicMoments: Disney Family Game Night

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

Game on! Grab your “thinking ears” and family members because we’re bringing more Disney magic to everyone at home with our first-ever virtual Disney Family Game Night.  

You can create magical memories and have some Disney fun by participating in game play during the Park Pals Edition of Disney Family Game Night. The night will feature Disney trivia, matching games and more! And if you were not able to join us for the livestream on Friday, the game is available for replay on YouTube and Facebook now!

To make sure your game night is extra magical, we’ve gathered a few Disney items you’ll need. First, prepare to win a coveted Mickey Thumbs Up by printing out your Disney scorecard.

Disney Game Night score card

There are seven challenging trivia rounds testing how much you know about Disney characters and personalities you may find at our Parks around the world. 

Ducky and Bunny Treat Bags

And if you’re like me and game night is a big deal at home, we’re also offering special Disney crafts and snacks to make the experience even more magical. First, our friends at Disney Family are sharing DIY game night treat bags inspired by the funniest duo in “Toy Story 4” – Ducky and Bunny.  The bags are simple to create and perfect for holding popcorn or other goodies.  Here’s how to make them

Mickey S’mores Cupcakes

For Disney Family Game Night, you can also surprise everyone with a dessert filled with Mickey magic. Mickey S’mores Cupcakes are delicious with a graham cracker crust, soft chocolate cake and toasted marshmallow fluff – and Disney Family is sharing the recipe! Learn how to make them here. 

Be sure to share your game night experience with us by using hashtag   #DisneyMagicMoments and tagging us @WaltDisneyWorld or @Disneyland.   

Comments

  • This was so much fun…I got 66 out of 66

  • I may not have time to play trivia on Friday. But the question you asked originally did not require my poor memory for Trivia to work hard. I went to Disneyland for the first time in 1956. Not hard to remember answers to “early days” questions, when our move to California excited me because it meant this … then little girl … was going to Disneyland!

  • This is such a fun idea. Thanks for using your imaginations at Disney to come up with fun for those of us who can’t (and those of us who can, FL) visit the happiest place on earth!