Helloooo Disney Friends! Can I get a “woohoo” for the weekend? Nothing says “weekend” better than Disney, don’t you think? So relax and celebrate the best time of the week, by taking a peak at some of the awesome Disney news that Rachel has gathered for you this week! Enjoy!!
If you’re taking a Disney cruise and wondering which shore excursions to take, Chip & Co. has a great article on choosing the right adventures.
Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom debuted on Feb. 22. Inside the Magic has the details on this new interactive experience available at Magic Kingdom.
Everyone is anxiously awaiting the opening of FantasyLand. Chip & Co. reports that Storybook Circus will be open by late March.
If you’re visiting Disneyland for One More Disney Day, you can meet up with the writers from the Disney Parks Blog. You can see the details here. The first 2000 guests through the gates at 6 am that morning will also receive commemorative mouse ears, the Disney Parks Blog reports.
If you’re a Florida resident there are two new Spring discounts available for you. Disney Parks Blog has the details!
Sometimes we don’t plan as well as we should and need to hit the ATM during our trip. Babes in Disneyland has some tips for avoiding those pesky ATM fees.
Getting into the parks means navigating the security and entrance lines. Disney Guru has some advice on making this chore a little quicker and easier.
While Disney Pixar’s new movie Brave doesn’t appear in theaters until summer, Your Highway in the Sky has a sneak peek for you.
Disney’s Mobile Magic app is now available for iPhone. If you’d like to add this great app, Inside the Magic shows you how to get it!
That’s it for this week everyone! We now return you to your regularly scheduled weekend!!
Rachel is a Virginia native who now lives in Louisiana. She is married with two children, ages 5 and 3. After dreaming and wishing for several years, her family had their very first Disney vacations this year and are now addicted to researching and planning—whether for themselves or for others. They now plan to visit the parks at least once a year.