It’s the most merry time of the year again, and Disneyland Paris is making the season even more magical with a few sneak peeks at what’s coming to the resort in 2021! We have the latest scoop on some exciting new attractions and experiences that guests can enjoy very soon.

Magic Kingdom Park is decked out in full festive regalia, and our chefs have been busy cooking (and baking!) up delicious treats just for the holidays, along with offerings that are available after we pack away the last holiday wreath! Read on to find out what’s new and not to miss at Magic Kingdom Park today and after the holidays.

We’re all ready to turn the page on 2020, right? If you’re thinking about how great it would be to take a Walt Disney World Resort vacation next year, I have some excellent news to share.

Once or twice in your lifetime, you get an opportunity to be a part of something truly special. Growing up in household full of Disney fans, the year 1928 was a year just as important as the year 1776. If it were up to my father, November 18th would be a national holiday. My siblings and I grew up humming the music from the parks and could recite every word of our large collection of Disney VHS tapes. Mickey Mouse has always been synonymous with fun and family, and celebrating 90 years of this incredible legacy is no small task. That’s why when the Disney Gift Card team came together Read more

Tonight’s “After Dark” image was snapped at the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays, which culminates each evening with a performance of “Illuminations,” which at this time of year, features a special holiday finale. View this post on Instagram Tonight’s “Disney Parks After Dark” photos show a performance of “Illuminations” during the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays! A post shared by Disney Parks Blog (@disneyparksblog) on Nov 29, 2018 at 3:59pm PST Take a peek at this special, seasonal treat for the senses above. Plan to see this special holiday version yourself at Epcot, now through December 30, 2018. Thanks to Photographer Tom Bricker for the images.

Some of the best youth football teams from across America will be battling it out for national championships this weekend at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex when the 62nd edition of the Pop Warner Super Bowl Championship tournament gets underway at Walt Disney World Resort. Throughout the week-long tournament fans can get an up close and personal look at a few future NFL stars as 64 teams compete for national championships in two divisions and five age/weight ranges (Jr. Pee Wee, Pee Wee, Jr. Varsity, Varsity and Unlimited). More than 70 percent of current NFL players got their start playing Pop Warner football including New York Giants WR Odell Read more