As Downtown Disney continues its multi-year transformation into Disney Springs, significant progress is being made on its first phase known as The Landing. Starting from now, Guests can take a stroll along a new walkway that is now open in a section between Portobello and Paradiso 37. This section gives Guests a glimpse of what’s to come with views of The Landing’s inspired architecture featuring brick buildings with ornate details.
Just like last year, the first cold front has made its way into the Central Florida area just in time to welcome the month of November. Temperatures today will only reach the mid-to-upper-60s. For this reason, be advised that Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park will be closed on Saturday, November 1 due to forecasted low temperatures. Disney’s Fantasia Gardens and Disney's Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Courses will be open normal business hours.
ORLANDO, Fla (October 31, 2014) - A new and spectacular ride made its official debut today at Fun Spot America Orlando. “We have spent a great deal of time researching our options for a new thrill ride and listening to our guests on what type of new ride that they would want us to have here...” said John Arie Jr. Zamperla's Air Raid will take flyers on a unique and one of a kind experience that lets riders experience the sensation of flying in an acrobatic airplane.
The Affection Section petting area at Rafiki’s Planet Watch will reopen to Guests on November 11, 2014. At the Affection Section, Guests can meet and interact with a wide variety of breeds. As a reminder, other offerings available at Rafiki’s Planet Watch include, including Gi-Tar Dan, the Out of the Wild merchandise location, as well as the popular Chip & Dale meet and greet. Guests visiting Animal Kingdom are encouraged to explore all that this area has to offer.
At Epcot's Morocco pavilion, Guests can now discover new entertainment from B’net Al Houwariyate (Bih-NET Ahl Who-WAH-ree-at), an internationally acclaimed ensemble from Marrakesh who sing, dance, and play traditional instruments as they perform a captivating repertoire. Through their music, Guests will experience Morocco in a “journey across musical styles,” from rural Berber chants to popular Chaabi, or Andalucian music.