We are going to WDW in October 2008, wo we will be there for the Not So Scary Halloween Party. Will the Wishes fireworks and Spectromagic parade still be held during this time?
- Asked by Kristen from NJ on 4/28/2008
During October, the SpectroMagic parade and Wishes fireworks are shown on many evenings except on nights that host the Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party.If you look at the calendar, you can plan your visit accordingly. read more
When my family was at WDW a few years back they had a Barney live stage show. I can't seem to find it now, do they still perform that show? I have a baby that would love it!
- Asked by KIMBERLY from TX on 5/4/2008
The Barney show is not (and was not) at Disney World. Try looking at another major Orlando attraction for this one. Or better yet, skip Barney and check out the new Playhouse Disney show at Disney's Hollywood Studios. I'm sure your baby would like... read more
we are visiting in oct, and i was going to go to AK just to see the nemo show, we have been before, is there a way to find out the schedule for this show ahead of time
- Asked by karen from LA on 5/1/2008
Karen,Currently Disney does not provide much detailed information on-line about scheduled shows. Fortunately Steve Soares, a WDW fan, does a huge favor for all of us planners by keeping his web site up to date every Saturday night... read more
Do you need tickets to attend the Disney Playhouse or Little Mermaid show at Hollywood Studios?
- Asked by Nora from NJ on 4/24/2008
Not at all. These shows are included in your park admission and do not require any separate tickets. The shows play several times a day at select times. When you get to the park, make sure you pick up a free Times Guide (will be located near the... read more
What are the "must do's" for little boys? Ours are 4 and 6, we are planning on going in Oct. I keep reading about Cinderella and all the girly girl princess type stuff. What are the best little boy things? Any that focus mainly on the boys?
- Asked by Erin from OH on 4/14/2008
Hi there Erin! There is so much to do for little Princes at Walt Disney World! Ages 4 and 6 are such great ages. They still believe in pixie dust and magic!Boy Stuff To Do1. Chef Mickey's character meal. Mickey, Goofy, and Donald tear the roof... read more