Guests currently visiting the Walt Disney World Resort should be advised that the Gardens Course at Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf (the family-friendly side that includes animations and statues representing many of the characters from Disney's "Fantasia") will be closed today, October 27 for routine maintenance.
The Fairways Course will remain open until 10:30 p.m. The Winter Summerland Miniature Golf courses will also be open for all Guests to enjoy until 11 p.m.

From October 27 through November 22, select quick-service restaurants at the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks will print a merchandise discount on all receipts, offering 10% off any future purchase at participating Disney Springs merchandise locations valid through November 23. Guest will have to surrender detached coupon from receipt to receive the discount. Continue reading the post for the list of participating quick-service restaurants and merchandise locations.

Guests visiting Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin at SeaWorld Orlando can see one penguin that does not quite look like the others. She’s wearing a wetsuit!
The female Adelie penguin recently experienced feather-loss, which can happen to penguins in their natural habitats. As a result of her feather-loss, the bird had a hard time regulating her body temperature. SeaWorld’s aviculture team set out to assist her and created a special wetsuit to mimic her former coat of feathers.

Beginning November 4, Magic Kingdom Park will present “Once Upon a Time,” a nighttime experience that will transform Cinderella Castle with state-of-the-art projections, taking Guests on a magical storytelling journey like never before.
Inspired by the Tokyo Disneyland show of the same name, “Once Upon a Time” will feature many beloved characters and musical moments from tales such as “Cinderella,” “Peter Pan,” “Frozen,” “Beauty and the Beast” and more.

Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith will be closed for refurbishment at Disney's Hollywood Studios from October 27 through November 9. The Coaster Courtyard will also be temporarily unavailable throughout the refurbishment.
Additional signs will be located in front of the courtyard during park hours to help communicate this downtime to all Guests. Consider visiting Star Tours – The Adventures Continue and the Tower of Terror as alternatives during this time. 

The International Drive resort area continues to change, revitalize, and increase its presence as a major player in Central Florida's booming hospitality industry.
The past year was a game-changer for the tourism corridor with the opening of highly anticipated new projects including new offerings within the very popular I-Drive 360 area and the approval of "VUE at 360" and the nearby $500 million SKYPLEX entertainment complex. There are even more offerings coming soon.