The Week in Disney News: Frozen Ever After Opens, Dining Plan Changes, and More
After a couple of years of anticipation Frozen Ever After finally opened on June 21 in Epcot’s Norway pavilion, and on day one the queue was 300 minutes long (that’s 5 hours!). Guests were treated to free Mickey Ice Cream treats and water, and the ride itself is also getting rave reviews.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom has announced a new nighttime premium experience – Savor the Savanna Evening Safari Experience. It features a VIP nighttime safari visit and African-inspired tapas.
We’re inching closer and closer to the 2016 Epcot Food & Wine Festival and last week we learned that the cast of ABC’s The Chew is returning to this year’s festival! They’ll be taping episodes of the show and a new booth, The Chew Collective, is also debuting at the festival.
If you’re making plans to celebrate the Fourth of July at Walt Disney World we have some details on special celebratory events!
And finally, changes to the 2017 Disney Dining Plan were announced last week. The biggest change seems to be the removal of desserts from Quick Service meals and the addition of another snack credit per day for both the Quick Service Dining Plan and the Standard Dining Plan.
That’s the big news from last week! We’re sure this week will be full of fun and exciting news too. Stay tuned to DisZine for all the Disney news every week. And be sure to follow us on Twitter and like us over on Facebook.