Friday, January 13, 2017

Spring at Walt Disney World

Spring has arrived early at Walt Disney World® Resort. So, say goodbye to winter and say hello to the experiences that will usher in the spring season like never before.

January 13, 2017 is the debut of a brand new spring festival – the Epcot® International Festival of the Arts – that combines visual, culinary and performing arts for six colorful weekends. New art will be unveiled each week and you will be able to feast on creations that look almost too good to eat. The festival will also feature different pairings of Broadway talent in concert, performing songs from some of Disney on Broadway’s award-winning shows, including ‪The Lion King‪, NewsiesAladdin and others.
Also this spring, there are great ways to experience Disney after the sun sets. Nights are already coming alive at Magic Kingdom® Park with our latest projection show, “Once Upon a Time.” In this show, Mrs. Potts from “Beauty and the Beast” shares bedtime stories with Chip, taking him (and all of us) on a magical trip through the most adventurous scenes from favorite Disney films like “Cinderella,” “Peter Pan,” “Alice in Wonderland” and “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.”
And Disney After Hours event nights are also returning to Magic Kingdom Park this spring to give you quick access to some of the park’s most popular attractions and character greetings. Disney After Hours is a hard-ticket event that allows Guests to maximize their time in the park with little to no wait at 25 attractions and experiences, like Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Under the Sea ~ Journey of The Little Mermaid, Space Mountain and many more. Events begin Jan. 20 and 27 and continue on Feb. 2, 9 and 16, and March 2 and 9, 2017. The cost is $119 per adult or child (tax not included). Book your Clients today by calling 407-827-7185, or online at
The spring celebration at Walt Disney World Resort will include 90 days of bright blooms and whimsical creations at this season’s Epcot® International Flower & Garden Festival – running March 1- May 29, 2017. A new topiary garden inspired by a vintage Walt Disney short film will debut this year and operating hours of the Festival Center will be expanded during the festival’s opening week. Also this spring, Garden Rocks Dining Packages will be offered for the first time at Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. They’ll be available on select days at Epcot restaurants, combining dinner and guaranteed seating for a performance.
And early spring at Walt Disney World Resort this year also means shedding winter jackets and heading to the water parks to ride a brand new attraction at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon called Miss Adventure Falls. The new family-style raft attraction – set to open in March – will be one of the longest Disney water park experiences as it immerses you in the story of treasure-hunting heroine Captain Mary Oceaneer. During each white-water adventure, you will be able to spot some of the treasures Captain Oceaneer gathered from around the world.

To book your 2017 Walt Disney World Resort vacation, email me - - a Disney Vacation Planner. 
As a Disney Vacation Planner, I'll help you plan the most magical vacation - all for free! You won't pay one penny more by booking with me but you'll get more help and advice than you would if you booked on your own.  
Just a few of the few things I'll do for FREE: help to find you the perfect Walt Disney World Resort; I'll make your Advance Dining Reservations and Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique Reservations; make your FastPass+ selections; and free tips and tricks!  
Plus my clients that book a vacation package get a free Disney Gift card and more! With all of these things from me, and all of the great things happening at Walt Disney World in 2017 - you're bound to have a magical vacation!
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