Does Magic Kingdom Park Need A New Mountain?

Several years ago rumors were floating around that Disney was bringing a new ‘mountain’ attraction to Magic Kingdom Park. The rumors stated this new mountain would be called Fire Mountain and would be a flying coaster where riders journey through a volcano. In recent days this rumor has resurfaced but this time it is being linked to a possible Moana theme giving it a little more traction. The reports say the mountain may sit in the location currently taken by the Swiss Family Treehouse near the entrance of Adventureland.

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6 Ways to Kill Time at Magic Kingdom Park

In a previous blog post we gave you seven ways to kill time when you are waiting for your Disney vacation to arrive. However, there are plenty of times while you are at Walt Disney World, especially Magic Kingdom Park, when you will find yourself with some extra time to kill. Maybe you have 30 minutes before an Advanced Dining Reservation or your next FastPass+ selection or maybe you are even waiting to line up for a parade or nighttime spectacular yet you don’t have time to wait in a 60-minute attraction queue.

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Free Dining Returning to Walt Disney World

Every spring Disney fandom waits ever so impatiently for the announcement of the fall free dining promotion. This wildly popular offer has become a mainstay in the fall and while it has changed over the years it can still be a cost savings… if used correctly. This year’s plan did include some minor tweaks such as Moderate resort hotels now getting the quick-service dining plan as opposed to previous year’s when they receive the regular dining plan.

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Disney Planning Tools From the MouseQuest

Since this wild cast of characters came together in late 2012 to create the MouseQuest we have imparted lots of great information on planning practically perfect Disney vacations. So to help everyone starting their 2017  vacation planning here is a listing of the best Disney planning tools from the MouseQuest which we have posted over the last four years. So where do we start? At the beginning, of course:

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Do-It-Yourself “Highway in the Sky” Tour

Recently, Walt Disney World announced a progressive dinner utilizing the monorail called Highway in the Sky. This new dinner offering begins and ends at Disney’s Contemporary Resort with stops at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. The price tag is a whopping $150 per person. It includes appetizers and a specialty drink at the Contemporary, island-inspired drinks and appetizers at the Polynesian, a special Chef’s main course selection followed by a champagne toast and artisanal cheese at Citricos, then assorted desserts, cordials and coffees at the Contemporary before heading out to the patio to watch Wishes. Continue reading “Do-It-Yourself “Highway in the Sky” Tour”