10/10/2016 • Holidays & Events, Walt Disney World •
A great option for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party If you’re heading to Disney World in the months of September or October to enjoy the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, you may have already thought about the costume your son or daughter will be wearing while there. If you are worried about a costume that is too warm for the weather in Florida or if you are wanting to stay in the parks all day without having to go back to the resort to get ready for the night, there is a great solution right in the Magic Kingdom! The Pirate’s League in Adventure is an affordable experience to transform your child into a pirate of their choosing or even a mermaid! They do awesome face paint as well as add fun accessories to complete their look. The cast members who work with the kids offer an unforgettable experience that […]
9/23/2016 • Walt Disney World •
Experience the Magic of Interactive Activities While the parks and resorts are filled with attractions to visit, shows to watch, and bike and water rentals, there are a lot of interactive activities as well. You can solve mysteries together, find treasure, earn your different wilderness badge or even trade some pins to add to your growing collection. Trade Pins at Walt Disney World Pin Trading is something fun that can be done all over Walt Disney World and with every cast member! It is a fun way to collect unique, special, and fun Disney pins. To begin pin trading, you’ll need something to put your few purchased pins on, such as a Disney lanyard or in a Disney Pin Trading book. Once you have a few pins of your own, you can ask to trade your pin with any Disney Cast Member! A good spot for pin trading is at Magic […]
5/7/2015 • Walt Disney World •
Ahoy, Mateys!! Are you ready to become a ‘scurvy pirate recruit” and help Captain Jack Sparrow find some hidden treasures? Then you’ve come to the right place. This free interactive treasure hunt lets you encounter five different pirate adventures within Adventureand. A Pirate’s Adventure was inspired by the ever popular movie, “Pirates of the Caribbean”. While in Magic Kingdom, make your way to Adventureland. You’ll pass the Pirates of the Caribbean ride on your left and head toward the Pirates Adventure Building. When you enter the building, touch your magic band or park ticket (also known as your Talisman) on the kiosk as indicated on the Pirate Adventure screen. The screen will walk you through on how to start your pirate adventure. A Disney cast member is never far away if you need assistance. Be sure to take the correct map and start at the symbol indicated on your screen. […]
8/20/2013 • Walt Disney World •
Do you love watching the magical fireworks display above Cinderella’s Castle? Looking to experience the magic in an entirely new way? Walt Disney World offers its guest another memorable experience just outside the entrance of Magic Kingdom with its Pirates and Pals Fireworks Cruise. Pirates and Pals Fireworks Cruises launch from the boat docks at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, located just outside the Magic Kingdom and conveniently located on the monorail system. Cruises go out on Fridays through Mondays and are limited to 60 people, so advanced reservations are encouraged. The voyage costs $69 for adults and $41 for children and characters are subject to change without notice. Your evening starts with light snack and drinks and a visit from Captain Hook and Mr. Smee!!! Once your children get their autographs and pictures with these two, your Captain “Patch” leads you to your boat for Disney trivia, storytelling and laughs. As […]
7/30/2013 • Walt Disney World •
Attention Swashbucklers! Aye Matey! Welcome to the Pirates League!!! If you have a little Swashbuckler in your crew, then there is extra magic in store for them at the Pirate's League at Magic Kingdom Park. Boys will beam while transforming into their favorite pirate from Captain "Jack Sparrow" to "Jake and the Neverland Pirates". Girls will delight in becoming "Empress" or a chance to transform into a mermaid while visiting the Pirates League. Even parents can be recruited into the Pirate League!! Aspiring pirates wanting to join the league, must be 3 years of age and accompanied by an adult. Swashbucklers must bring their own comb or brush and have their nails bare (if they are getting polish). Plan on spending an hour at the Pirates League with your child being recreated into their pirate alter-ego. Packages start at $34.95 doubloons and up, with Deluxe […]
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