Jedi Training Academy is a unique Star Wars show that occurs multiple times a day at Hollywood Studios, and it’s quite the experience for young Padawans.
Author: Dustin Hayes
With the holiday season comes something you don’t get throughout the rest of the year: Special meet and greets at the hard ticketed events! Here’s who you can meet.
While Epcot is renowned for all of these things, one of the best things you can do while visiting is enjoying a meal at the Garden Grill at The Land. Here’s why.
Akershus is a princess character meal in the Norway pavilion of Epcot, located right next to the popular Frozen Ever After ride. Here’s a review.
Hollywood Studios has added some very special character meet and greets to their lineup. Here’s information on each one.
Some of the best character interactions you might have on your visit don’t offer FastPass+, and it’s important to consider this as you plan your trip.
Just off the way from the Grand Floridian concierge desk holds a restaurant designed to capture the essence of an 18th century amusement park: 1900 Park Fare.
Universal Orlando is known world wide for its state of the art technology and themed environments, but did you know they have some of your favorite non-Disney characters?
There are plenty of character experiences to enjoy with typically lower wait times and they can be just as magical, if not more so! Here’s a list.
The Character Queen chose 5 favorite character experiences and has the stories behind the pictures to share with you.
Character meets can be a magical experience for everyone. Here are a few tips and tricks to make the most of your time with your new friends.
During the afternoon at Hollywood Studios, you might see a group of people waiting. They’re likely there for Character Palooza. Here’s what it is.