Spring is in the air! Blogorail Red is sharing what you need to know to enjoy a Spring trip to the Disney Parks.
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2017 is going to be a big year at Walt Disney World. The new fun that spans all four theme parks, Disney’s Water Parks and Disney Springs. Here are a few things you can check out this Spring.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Rivers of Light is now open at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. This new nighttime show will take guests on a magnificent journey with a mix of water, fire, nature and light choreographed to an original musical score. Continuing the park’s transformation from a day-into-nighttime experience, the amazing after-dark experience on the banks of Discovery River celebrates the majesty of nature and the connection between animals and humans in the world.
Magic Kingdom Park
Starting May 12, Magic Kingdom Park guests will be treated to the most spectacular fireworks display in the park’s history with a brand new show called “Happily Ever After.” In addition to fireworks, the stunning new nighttime extravaganza will feature more lasers, lights and projections than any show at Magic Kingdom Park before it. The 18-minute spectacle will feature moments from beloved Disney films such as “The Little Mermaid” and “Aladdin,” as well as modern blockbusters “Moana” and “Zootopia.” “Happily Ever After” will be presented nightly. Show times vary based on park hours.
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
Miss Adventure Falls, the newest family attraction at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, splashes onto the scene this spring. Aboard this family-style raft adventure, guests will be immersed in the story of Captain Mary Oceaneer. Legend holds that this treasure hunter roamed the seven seas in search of undersea artifacts – until a rogue storm marooned her at Typhoon Lagoon.
The culinary scene at Disney Springs continues to evolve with more exciting food and beverage locales, including Paddlefish and Planet Hollywood Observatory, both open now.
Dine amongst the stars at Planet Hollywood Observatory, the newly reimagined restaurant serves up a new menu that includes amazing burgers and sandwiches created by celebrity Chef Guy Fieri, and craft cocktails whose names are inspired by the planets and space travel. Movie memorabilia, video screens, contemporary music and themed merchandise complete the scene.
Board an iconic paddleboat at Paddlefish, which offers guests a delectable menu of fresh seafood, steaks and chops for lunch, dinner and a Sunday brunch. A new rooftop lounge serves up a late-night menu as well as fantastic views of the water and Disney Springs.
First Timer’s Guide to the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival with Trips with Tykes
“The Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival is a signature event at Walt Disney World in the spring. If you haven’t been before, here’s what you need to know about planning your first trip.” – Leslie
Springtime at Disneyland
with Love Our Crazy Life
5 Reasons to See Braves Spring Training this Year
with The Delightful Life
“Many people come and go from Walt Disney World every Spring, without ever knowing the Atlanta Braves hold their spring training at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex. Whether you’re a Braves fan or just a WDW fan, here are 5 reasons you should catch a game!” – Jennifer
Must Haves for Springtime at Disney
with This Roller Coaster Called Life
“Just about any time of the year is a great time to go to a Disney Park, but there are just a few extra things I like to make sure I take with me during the springtime. Read on and check out my “must haves” for springtime at Disney!” – Naomi
Epcot’s Flower & Garden: Getting Ready for 2016, Looking Back at 2015
with Sam’s Disney Diary
“It’s that time of year again; to me, the most wonderful time of the year. The snow is finally leaving the northern states, the sun is making some appearances, the local baseball teams are headed to Florida for spring training, and the Epcot Flower and Garden Festival is ready to kickoff.” – Sam
Thank you for hopping aboard The Blogorail!
Our Pilots have shared some of their tips and favorite parts of Springtime at the Disney Parks.
Now tell us what you think! What do you love about Springtime at Disney?
You May Also Be Interested In:
- St. Patrick’s Day at Disneyland Paris – Manda’s Disney Blog
- Why Spring is an Optimal Time to Visit Disney – The Magical Mouse Pad
- Spring Training at Walt Disney World – The Disney Point
- Atlanta Braves Spring Training
- Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival