It’s hard to believe it, but 2018 is just around the corner. What is going to happen at Walt Disney World in 2018? We looked into our crystal ball and made a few predictions.
2017 brought Pandora – the World of Avatar to Walt Disney World. Wishes was replaced by Happily Ever After. Minnie Vans started roaming the streets, and a whole lot of exciting new projects were announced.
Come see what’s Coming to WDW in 2018.
Want to know what’s Coming to WDW in 2018? When the best time to go to Walt Disney World is? What happened at WDW in 2017?
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Toy Story Land is scheduled to open in the summer of 2018. We take a look at whether first time visitors should plan a trip to see the opening.
Then we do our annual, “when is the best time to visit Walt Disney World” article. Dave Shute from yourfirstvisit.net and Carl Trent of DadsGuidetoWDW.com take a month by month look at the expected crowd levels in 2018.
The Best of WDW
Rock, Jazz, Country, Calypso and Broadway are all types of music that are featured at our resort of the month the All Star Music Resort.
The attraction of the month is It’s Tough to be a Bug, the restaurant is Columbia Harbor House and the gift shop is the House of Good Fortune.
Pretty good stuff.
Meet Jamie Cosley, the creator of our own Nuts4Disney and Wally D. He also has a new comic strip called The Light Side on Star Wars Insider.
Are you looking for gifts for the kids? How about some Disney gear. We have a list of the top gifts for kids. Cool right?
Around the World
Have you ever visited Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe in the Magic Kingdom? We did.
There are also some pretty cool facts about Tomorrowland this month. Like what planet Sonny Eclipse is from.
We also got a sneak peak at the new Beauty and the Beast show on the Disney Dream. Love on the high seas. Pretty cool.
And a lot more
We have plenty more including a review of Club 33 in Disneyland and even some awesome 360° images from around Walt Disney World.
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