In the past week, we celebrated the anniversary of one of our favorite parks. We got dates and details on 2023 Halloween offerings, including dates and details for the Halloween party, and annual passes are finally available again for sale. All this and more are below in this week’s Disney news roundup.
1 – Walt Disney World Annual Pass Sales Resume – All Ticket Types Still Available
As we have reported earlier, Walt Disney World annual pass sales have resumed. While there were numerous issues on Thursday, April 20, with reported wait times to purchase passes up to seven hours, all ticket types are still available, and guests wishing to purchase new passes can do so easily. Learn more about the different pass types at the link below.
2 – Dates and Details Released for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party During Half Way to Halloween Celebration
This week Disney Parks celebrated Halfway to Halloween with special treats and announcements about the 2023 Halloween season. Visit the links below for announcements and details.
3 – Disney’s Animal Kingdom Celebrates its 25th Anniversary
On Earth Day, April 22, 1998, Walt Disney World invited guests to discover a one-of-a-kind theme park where the magic of the natural world could inspire them. The opening of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park introduced a whole new way to appreciate, enjoy and interact with animals while delivering incredible new stories celebrating our relationship with the environment. Twenty-five years later, the fourth and largest Walt Disney World theme park still brings together the love of nature and the environment with the magic of Disney. Visit the links below to learn more about Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
Click here for “Meet the Residents of Animal Kingdom Who’ve Inspired Guests for 25 Years.”
Click here for “Disney’s Animal Kingdom – 25 Milestone Moments in the Park’s 25-Year History.”
4 – Disney Vacation Club Announces Plans to Refresh Cabins at Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
This week Disney Vacation Club announced plans to “bring refreshed cabin hideaways to Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground.” The current cabins will be updated, and a new The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort – A Disney Vacation Club Resort will open in 2024. Learn more at the link below.
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