If you were anything like me your brain was almost exploding after the Disney Parks and Resorts Panel at the D23 Expo. Sure a lot of the announcements had kind of been leaked. But hearing confirmation of the rumors was pretty cool. So here is a run down of some of the bigger announcements and our thoughts on the wheelchair accessibility possibilities.
Who’s ready for a spin in a tea cup? The Mad Tea Party at the Magic Kingdom has always been one of my favorite attractions. I love Alice in Wonderland and there is just something fun about spinning around in a giant tea cup and giggling like a kid.
Some honesty here. I really wasn’t planning on experiencing Frozen Ever After. It’s not that I don’t like Frozen but we didn’t really want to fight the crowds since FastPasses can be hard to obtain. I also wasn’t really excited about the transfer having done it before at Maelstrom. But since I get so many questions about the attraction I wanted to make sure that I had up to date information to share with you guys.
It’s almost officially summer! And if you are planning on visiting Walt Disney World in the next few months you are going to be dealing with crowds, heat, and humidity. One of the best, and most fun, ways to keep your cool is to grab one of the many cool treat options in the parks. Here are a few of our favorites.
Avatar Flight of Passage is one of the new attractions in Pandora – The World of Avatar. This post will cover what wheelchair users need to know before they leave on their exploration. I have to admit I was really skeptical before we experienced this attraction. But we loved it so much we went back to experience it again.