Is it your first visit to Disney World Florida? Even if you are a repeat visitor, chances are that apart from mainstream attractions like Toy Story Mania and Space Mountain, you don’t know of much else. Even with autographs and character meals, you may be missing out on some unique things. The following activities are from a list of most missed Disney World attractions. And here’s a secret – some of these are free!
Desserts and Fireworks at Disney World
Do you love Fireworks? There is a beautiful display of fireworks at Magic Kingdom. What’s more, you can please both your eyes and your gastronomical senses together! One hour prior to the fireworks, there is a Firework Desserts Party at Tomorrow Land Terrace. This place also happens to give one of the best views of the fireworks!
The desserts party is a self-serving buffet of desserts and beverages of all kinds. You could not eat them all no matter how hard you tried! There is also a PhotoPass photographer around, in case you want your pictures taken with Fireworks as the backdrop. Initially when the service was started, there were issues of the food running out and the front of the terrace being too overcrowded for a proper view. But these issues have been fixed now. The price for this is roughly $15 for children aged 3 – 9 and $28 for people above age ten. Prices are inclusive of tax.
Learn to draw at Disney World
This is a free event. It will also produce a frame-worthy memory. Every 30 minutes, Hollywood studios’ Animation Academy teaches you how to draw a Disney character. You may not know in advance which character it will be, but there is a teacher to guide you through the process. Thus, This is a truly a behind the frames kind of magic! People report that there’s slightly less crowd later in the day in the classes.
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Chip and Dale’s campfire
This is another free adventure. Depending on the season, this is held at 7 pm or 8 pm near the Meadow Trading post at Ft. Wilderness. Why is this special? There is a visit from a cast member, a sing along, and even a visit from Chip and Dale! Oh, and food? There’s marshmallow roast! Yum!
Play at the Arcade
Have some good old-fashion gaming fun here. You should try this if you love gaming and arcades. There are some pretty cool themed games to choose from. Most Disney World Resorts have an arcade that is open from 7 am till midnight. There are rechargeable cards which help you to pay for the games. Cost of it depends on how much you would like to play.
Play an interactive game
Another free adventure, this is for the nerdier ones. These are interactive scavenger hunts where you can solve things and make things happen as you go through the park solving the puzzles. Two really good games to check out are Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure at EPCOT and Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom at the Magic Kingdom.
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