Riders travel through the mountains and the dwarfs' mine. During the ride you can hear classic music from Snow White, spot your favorite characters and see the mine where "a million diamonds shine." In Under The Sea, Journey of the Little Mermaid, you get to go into Prince Eric's castle. Inside you snuggle into a magic clam shell that sends you through some of your favorite scenes from the movie. Storybook Circus is a circus play land for the kids. If Dumbo is one of your favorite rides there is good news, the park has doubled the number of Dumbos.Also you can do some high-flying twists and turns on The Barnstormer, a Goofy-themed roller coaster. If you are hungry you will not be disappointed. Gaston's Tavern will help you refuel with a quick break and a bite to eat. Cinnamon rolls and Lefou's Brew, a drink made with frozen apple juice and toasted marshmallows are the featured items. The gem in this new area is the restaurant Be Our Guest. It is located in the Beast's Castle. You may dine in one of three themed rooms that place you right in the middle of the Beauty and the Beast story. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit Disney World opens improved Fantasyland - Story | abcactionnews.com | Tampa Bay News, Weather, Sports, Things To Do | WFTS-TV
First ever food truck bazaar hitting Downtown Disney at Walt Disney World on June 21st!
Even Maelstrom was rather tame. and Test Track is literally a fast car ride. Maybe its a capacity issue. But Living with the Land in tier 1 is an absolute joke. That was a great ride, with the best food court and a short line. Its educational, fun and relaxing. But I find it ridiculous to equate that experience with Illuminations, Soarin, or Test Track. Why do we need 4 tier 1 rides anyway? Why provide us with more options that we can't experience? Sure, bump Maelstrom down, but why move Living with the Land? <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit Disney World tweaks its Fastpass+ line-up, but our advice for using Fastpass+ remains the same
Disney World tweaks its Fastpass+ line-up, but our advice for using Fastpass+ remains the same
June 12, 2014 Posted in: Disney , News , News & Events Food trucks have been all the rage for quite some time, offering unique dining experiences without even having to go into a restaurant. Theme parks have been incorporating them now for quite some time, using them in place of normal food stands. While many parks serve typical theme park fare, Disney has been serving very unique flavors from their trucks, often times giving dishes that have been inspired by different areas of their parks. Coming up June 21st, Downtown Disney is going to roll out a huge new mini-festival, and its one that sounds mighty tasty. Walt Disney Worlds first ever Food Truck Bazaar-Trucks on the Town, will take place on Saturday June 21st at Downtown Disney in the event lawn, closestto Cirque Du Soleil. Fourteen food trucks will man the field with everything from empanadas, and cheesesteaks to seafood and cupcakes. The four Downtown Disney food trucks which made their debut earlier this year will also be on hand, as well as the ESPN food truck and Namaste Cafe from Animal Kingdom. Heres the line up of the other local trucks: Ellie Lous Brews & BBQ La Empanada El Cactus Azul Mayan Grill The food truck bazaar kicks off on Saturday June 21st for one day only, at 5p.m. The event runs until 10p.m. If you cant make it to the food truck bazaar, but want your fill of unique flavors, dont worry. Later this summer, Downtown Disney will open a permanent food truck court, featuring all of the Downtown Disney food trucks, and quite possibly some local food trucks as well. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit First ever food truck bazaar hitting Downtown Disney at Walt Disney World on June 21st!