2022 Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party Event Map

Ahead of the start of Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party tonight, we have a look at the event map handed out to guests. Here’s a look! As always, keep checking back with us here at BlogMickey.com as we continue to bring you the latest news, photos, and info from around the Disney Parks!

Hurricane Ian Closures Cost Disney World $65 Million

During an earnings call this afternoon, Disney Parks CFO Christine McCarthy revealed that the closure of Walt Disney World for Hurricane Ian cost the company $65 million. Here’s the comment: Our domestic parks delivered significant year-over-year revenue, and operating income growth, despite an adverse impact of approximately 65 million dollars to segment operating income from […]

Disney Parks Investments Remain Below Pre-Pandemic Levels

The Walt Disney Company has released its fiscal 2022 earnings report, and while the company is making more revenue in raw numbers than it did before the COVID-19 pandemic, investments in its theme parks remain below 2018 levels and much lower than that if you exclude spending on their newest cruise ship. In fiscal 2022, […]

3.1 Magical Miles at the Disney Wine & Dine 5K

As the Walt Disney World Ambassador Team, we often find ourselves figuratively running around the resort celebrating our more than 70K cast members and living our best #DisneyCastLife every step of the way; but this weekend, we literally hit the pavement and joined runners for the Disney Wine & Dine 5K. While runDisney events are […]

Orlando International Airport (MCO) Closing Due to Tropical Storm Nicole

Orlando International Airport (MCO) has announced that they will be closing tomorrow due to Tropical Storm Nicole. A reopening date has not been identified. Operational Update – Tropical Storm NicoleTogether with our partners, a decision has been made to cease commercial operations at 4:00pm on Wednesday, November 9th, until circumstances permit operations resume. — Orlando […]

5 Important Lessons the Disney College Program Taught Me

As I look forward to celebrating my 10-year anniversary at Walt Disney World Resort this winter, I can’t help but grin from ear to ear when I look back on my Disney journey. As a child, I dreamed of dancing at Walt Disney World – The Disney College Program not only helped me fulfill that […]

KidZone Closures in 2023

It is time to wave goodbye to the attractions dedicated to Curious George, Woody Woodpecker, Feivel, and various DreamWorks friends as Universal Orlando Resort has announced the scheduled, permanent closure of many Woody Woodpecker’s KidZone attractions to make way for new experiences. Fievel’s Playland, Woody Woodpecker’s Nuthouse Coaster, Curious George Goes to Town, DreamWorks Destination, […]

Disney World Suspends New Park Reservations Ahead of Subtropical Storm Nicole

Ahead of the arrival of Subtropical Storm Nicole, Disney World has suspended new Disney Park Pass reservations for Thursday, November 10th, and Friday, November 11th for all ticket types. This is the same thing they did for Hurricane Ian before they ended up closing for two days. The suspension of new theme park reservations is […]