NEW AT DISNEY WORLD IN 2019 – PART 2
Disney World is committed to keeping their parks fresh, fun and entertaining! The year 2019 is no exception, with the all of the parks bursting at the seams with activity.
Disney World will celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2021. Many of the new attractions for 2019 and corresponds to Disney’s 50th anniversary. That year will be a huge year for Disney and the Parks will unveil new things every year leading up to the anniversary as well. Here’s what is scheduled for Disney’s Magic Kingdom.
Move It! Shake It! MousekeDance It! Street Party
The Magic Kingdom has several newer entertainment options. Among them is the daytime Festival of Fantasy Parade and Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire Stage Show. In 2019, Move It! Shake It! MousekeDance It! Street Party will get guests groovin’! Starring Mickey and Minnie Mouse as well as other Disney characters, this street party’s soundtrack include popular Micke Mouse Club remixes.
Tron Roller Coaster
Scheduled for 2021
What’s new at Disney World for the Magic Kingdom? Opening near Space Mountain in Tomorrowland, there will be a “Tron” inspired attraction designed after the highly rated TRON Lightcycle Power Run at Shanghai Disney Land. As such, the attraction will be coaster-themed, offering a high-tech thrill ride aboard a train of cycle-like cars that blast riders into the video-game-like “Grid” of the films.
Disney World Transportation
Believe it or not, when it comes to what’s new at Disney World, there’s some exciting news regarding transportation.
Disney Skyliner Gondolas
Move over ground transportation, the newest way to get around Disney World Theme Parks is via the sky. The Disney Skyliner Gondolas will connect Disney’s Art of Animation, Pop Century and Caribbean Beach resorts and other locations with Disney’s Hollywood Studios and the International Gateway at Epcot.
Does all of this sound exciting? You bet it does! And all of these new activities is from just one of the Parks — Magic Kingdom. There is more to come at the other Parks. Stay tuned to Part 3.
(Information from www.reserveorlando.com/travelguide)