Did you know on the walls of the Main Street Fire Station located on Main Street USA in Magic Kingdom, there are displays showing Fire Station patches donated from firefighters across the country?
For today’s Friday Favorites, I would like to share with you my pick for the best Disney World show; Finding Nemo – The Musical. Let me just start by saying that I love musical theatre so I tend to gravitate to this type of entertainment when I’m at Disney World. Despite the fact that I’m not a huge fan of the animated version of Finding Nemo, I really enjoy this show. Finding Nemo – The Musical can be seen several times each day at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Fastpass+ is available. The show follows the story of the movie classic in 40 short minutes filled with an amazing cast, beautifully detailed puppets, special effects and a lively original score. A word of warning: if you are taking young or sensitive children, this musical does begin just like the film, with the death of Nemo’s mother. For more details or to check show times during your vacation, please visit this link.
So there you have it! My pick for best Disney World show. If you have the chance, I definitely recommend making the time to see it!
What about you? Do you have a favorite Disney World show? Please leave a comment!
On Friday, after returning from our Disney cruise to Alaska, my boys and I were exhausted from traveling, unpacking and doing laundry. We decided it was time to take a break, so we headed off to the movies to see Disney’s newest feature Planes: Fire & Rescue. To be honest, I was less than thrilled to be seeing this movie. I was not a fan of the first Planes movie and couldn’t imagine that this one would be any better. However, I was pleasantly surprised!
WARNING – SPOILERS FOLLOWING THE PHOTO!!
In this sequel, we continue to follow the story of Dusty Crophopper, the former crop duster. He is now a famous champion training for his next important race, when he discovers his gearbox is damaged and out of production. When he realizes his racing days may be over, he accidentally starts a fire that starts a chain of events that has him training to become a firefighter. Planes: Fire & Rescue is so much better than the original in every way. The characters are more likable, the storyline is well-developed, there is more action and the scenery is spectacular. I would definitely recommend seeing this movie and my boys (ages 11 and 8) loved it! I’ve included the extended trailer below and for more details, reviews and ratings, please check out this link.
Have you seen Planes: Fire & Rescue? Did you enjoy it? Please leave a comment!