LEGOLAND Florida Resort leaders are donating 20,000 theme park tickets to various organizations so they may be given to Florida children after Hurricane Irma.
According to LEGOLAND leaders, 18,000 theme park tickets will give to the UNICEF Kid Power Schools Program and 2,000 are going to the Citrus Center Boys & Girls Club. The announcement was made Thursday morning.
Just last week, the Disney Parks Blog team released what items would be specially released and available for sale in Epcot on Oct. 1, the day of the park's 35th anniversary.
Keeping in line with similar opening day or anniversary merchandise, Disney leaders are relying heavily on the "I Was There" line with these specific swag options
Epcot will be turning 35 on Oct. 1 and Walt Disney World leaders have released details on some of the ways they plan to celebrate the milestone with park fans.
Disney leaders previously teased people with images of the vast array of limited edition or specialty merchandise that will be for sale specifically on that day.
LEGOLAND Florida Resort is getting into the business of virtual reality with a planned update to the theme park's "Project X" roller coaster.
"The Great LEGO Race" will transform the roller coaster into an "exciting, high-octane experience that puts kids in the driver's seats" as riders race against LEGO characters, according to a press release from Merlin Entertainments Group, the company that owns the theme park.
McDonald's and LEGO have teamed up to offer free child admission to the park as a way to celebrate the new "The LEGO NINJAGO Movie," which opens in theaters tomorrow.
Inside every LEGO Ninjago Movie Happy Meal, parents will find a BOGO coupon good for a single-day child ticket at LEGOLAND Resort.
If you're anything like me, it's really easy for Disney music to get stuck in my head.
And come Friday night, I'll be humming "Boo to You" thanks to Walt Disney World Resort leaders live streaming "Mickey's Boo-to-You Halloween Parade" on the Disney Parks Blog.
Ever wanted to wake up to the sound of birds chirping only to look out the window and see Main Street U.S.A.?
Well, that could be you if you're the lucky winner of the one-night stay inside the Cinderella Castle Suite at Walt Disney World Resort. The stay is up for grabs through Omaze, an online fundraising platform that routinely auctions off once-in-a-lifetime experiences to raise money for charity.
We still have a year to wait before we get to set foot in the new Toy Story Land coming to Disney's Hollywood Studios, but you can get a look at what's coming with the new model on display at the park.
The model, which features the two all-new rides coming to DHS, is on display at Walt Disney Presents, the updated version of the One Man's Dream attraction.
Just 10 days after Halloween ends, the holiday season begins at Walt Disney World Resort with events kicking off at Disney's Hollywood Studios.
The holiday season, complete with red, green and white decorations, returns with Disney's newest holiday nighttime experience, Sunset Seasons Greetings.
Disney After Hours is back!
The special-ticketed event, which debuted at Magic Kingdom last year, returns to Walt Disney World for select dates in January, February and March, according to the Disney Parks Blog.
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