Oh Boy! What Your Little Prince Will Love at the World – Part 2

Oh Boy!  What Your Little Prince Will Love at the World

Part Two


Lights, Motor, Action! Extreme Stunt Show

Hollywood Studios

Included with park admission

Experience the excitement as cars accelerate towards each other and swerve away at the last second, motorcycles smash through windows, Jet Skis leap out of the water, a stunt person falls off a 5-story building and massive fireballs explode in the air. See all of these Hollywood-style stunts performed live, right before your eyes.

Plus, Lightning McQueen joins the fun with a very special cameo appearance.

For the most up-to-date information on showtimes, check the Entertainment Times Guide at Hollywood Studios’ Main Entrance upon your arrival. Entertainment schedules may not occur daily and are subject to change.

Star Wars: Jedi Training Academy
Hollywood Studios
Included with park admission

A 30-minute live show featuring music and lightsaber duels. Kids, ages 4 to 12 can JOIN THE JEDIS. Around 15 participants can register for the show and get to wear a brown robe and pledge the Jedi Oath. Then each participant gets a lightsaber and, under the supervision of the Jedi Master, learns moves and battle skills to become a true Jedi.  All of this leads up to an appearance by Darth Vader himself.

Consult the daily Entertainment Times Guide at Hollywood Studios for show times.

LEGO Imagination Center

Downtown Disney

No charge for admission – shopping experience

This interactive store offers a wide array of LEGO merchandise, including classic bricks, high-tech toys, apparel, puzzles, bedding, watches and more. Outside the store is a 3,000-square-foot play area filled with bricks and larger-than-life models.

Regular hours of operation:
Sunday – Thursday: 9:30 a.m to 11:00 p.m.
Friday – Saturday: 9:30 a.m to 11:30 p.m.

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

Magic Kingdom

Seasonal Hard Ticket Event

Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is a Halloween-themed special event held on select dates in Magic Kingdom. Purchase of an additional event admission ticket is required to attend Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. During the party, guests of all ages are encouraged to dress up in their favorite Halloween costumes and trick-or-treat around Magic Kingdom theme park.  In addition to many favorite Disney attractions, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is filled with special entertainment, including:

Mickey’s “Boo-to-You” Halloween Parade—including Disney Characters and the “Grim Grinning Ghosts” – stars of the Haunted Mansion attraction.
Happy HalloWishes—a special fireworks show featuring the Disney Villains.
Many Disney Characters and Villains in special Halloween costumes.
Special lighting, music and theming effects transform areas of Magic Kingdom into happy haunted hollows.

The tone of the event is “Not-So-Scary”, and is appropriate for children of all ages.  Pricing depends on what night you go.  This is a “hard ticket” event, which means they actually close Magic Kingdom for it, and you have to have a ticket for the party (it is not included in your admission).

Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure

Epcot – World Showcase

Included with park admission

An undercover interactive quest around World Showcase at Epcot with Agent P—the alter ego of Perry the Platypus from the Disney Channel animated series Phineas and Ferb.

Visit a recruitment center at Odyssey Bridge, Norway Pavilion, Italy Pavilion or near the International Gateway. Here, you’ll receive your mission assignment along with a handheld, cell-phone-like device to help you maneuver through your mission. Using state-of-the-art technology, this device connects you with Phineas and Ferb characters, who provide clues to help you stop villains from carrying out their evil plans. Embark on exciting quests for clues throughout the Mexico Pavilion, the Norway Pavilion, the China Pavilion, the Germany Pavilion, the Japan Pavilion, the France Pavilion or the United Kingdom Pavilion. Each pavilion hosts a different mission, so you can go back again and again.

Missions last anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes are designed with groups in mind—2 to 4 agents can share their interactive device. The device even recognizes when a team has broken away from the action—and will alter your mission accordingly.

Disney Junior – Live on Stage

Hollywood Studios

Included with park admission

 This show provides preschoolers the chance to sing, dance and play with popular characters (puppets) a midst bright visuals, whimsical scenery and catchy songs. Join the gang from Disney Junior shows like Mickey Mouse ClubhouseHandy Manny and Little Einsteins. Be on the lookout for the cast of Jake and the Never Land Pirates—the newest addition to the Disney Junior lineup—as they thwart their foe, Captain Hook!  Showtimes vary, so be sure to consult the daily Entertainment Times Guide at Hollywood Studios for times. 

Character Dining/Dining Shows:

Chef Mickey’s

Contemporary Resort

Chef Mickey’s is a buffet restaurant serving breakfast and dinner with Mickey and pals.

The Crystal Palace – 1 dining credit per person

Magic Kingdom

The Crystal Palace Restaurant at Magic Kingdom Theme Park serves a buffet of American cuisine at breakfast, lunch and dinner with Winnie the Pooh and friends.

Garden Grill – 1 dining credit per person


 Savor sweeping views and delectable American cuisine at The Garden Grill Restaurant, a rotating restaurant in The Land Pavilion within the Future World area at Epcot theme park.  Only open for dinner, you can join Chip ‘n Dale for their Harvest Feast, an all-you-care-to-eat, family-style dinner

Hollywood & Vine – 1 dining credit per person

Hollywood Studios

Hollywood & Vine offers breakfast and lunch buffets featuring June from Disney’s Little Einsteins, Jake the Neverland pirate, Handy Manny and Special Agent Oso.

 Tusker House – 1 dining credit per person

Animal Kingdom

As you enjoy a buffet breakfast or lunch, you can share your exciting safari stories with classic Disney Characters, like Safari Donald Duck and some of his favorite friends!

Mickey’s Backyard BBQ – 2 dining credits per person

Fort Wilderness Campground

*Pre-paid dinner show.  If you are on the dining plan, you can book with that instead of pre-paying.

Mickey’s Backyard BBQ Dinner Show is an all-you-care-to-eat Disney Character dance party with live entertainment at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground.  Party with Mickey, Minnie and friends at this outdoor picnic, featuring barbeque smoked ribs, smoked chicken, hamburgers, hot dogs, corn on the cob, watermelon and more, in the middle of the covered, open-air Pavilion at Fort Wilderness. Enjoy foot-stomping music from a country-western band, line dancing, rope tricks and kid-friendly fun while you eat. Little ones can even dance with their favorite Disney Characters on the dance floor!

Obviously, this is not a complete list – there are many, MANY other things that would appeal to sons, daughters, or both, all over the World.  Does your little man love trains?  There’s a tour for that (The Magic Behind our Steam Trains – Magic Kingdom).  Does the young Prince love Toy Story?  There’s an attraction for that (Toy Story Midway Mania – Hollywood Studios).  Does the hubby dig learning how the stuff works?  There is a dining experience for that (Dine with an Imagineer – Hollywood Brown Derby or Flying Fish Café).  Mister Mister loves animals?  There is an entire PARK for that (Disney’s Animal Kingdom).  Chances are very good that everyone in your family, boy or girl, young or young at heart, will find something Magical in the Most Magical Place on Earth!

Happy Travels!

Jennifer Lassiter


800-670-4312, ext 133



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