Disney parks are always changing and we do our best to keep you up to date.
In general, these changes are quite widespread, with various travel reforms, new projects and constantly changing menus. But somehow, many changes at Disney Park came in one day, today! Here are all the things that happen today (January 10) at Disney Parks.
We’ll start with a delicious note with lots of 50th anniversary snacks that are changing at Disney World.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Disney World, Disney announced that more than 150 new snacks will arrive at the four parks.
We’ve already tried many of these foods and treats, but now some of the current snacks are coming out to make way for a new round of treats.
Delights you won’t be able to find at Disney World from January 10th include the following:
These sweets are giving way to new ones, many of which will replace these snacks in the restaurants themselves.
Starting January 10, you can find these new 50th anniversary delights at Disney World:
We look forward to trying these new delicacies, all of which can be found at Magic Kingdom.
Click here to see 50 things to try for Disney World’s 50th anniversary
Rehabilitations, reopenings and changes of attractions
Mountain Splash will be closed for a month’s reform from From January 10 to February 10, 2022.
Disney said this closure is for scheduled maintenance of the trip.
Another popular attraction is changing its operation. Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is moving from a virtual queue to a waiting line from 10 January.
Instead of going to the My Disney Experience app to book your seat in the virtual queue for this trip, you will have to queue physically.
The Rise of the Resistance trip to Disney’s Hollywood Studios made that change last year and is now still a waiting line. It looks like Disney will continue to use the virtual queue for new attractions and then return to standby later.
We expect a fairly long wait for the Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure wait line, but remember you can still pay to skip the line using the Lightning Lane of the trip. This attraction is one of the Fancy Rides, which means you’ll have to pay a separate fare if you want to skip the queue (not included with Genie +).
The cost to skip the queue for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is usually $ 15 per person, but that price may vary depending on the levels of people and the time of year.
Click here for more information on the change pending Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure
Splash Mountain is also closing on the west coast, but the closure at Disneyland Park will take a little longer than at Disney World.
According to the Disneyland website, Splash Mountain will be closed until Spring 2022.
Enchanted mansion is closed for a brief refurbishment from January 10 to January 21, 2022.
This closure is likely to remove the holiday overlay from the haunted mansion, as the holiday season is now over.
Disney California Adventure Park will see closure The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s underwater adventure. But this closure will not last long! The Paseo de la Sireneta shows the opening hours January 14 – a few days after its closure on January 10.
In a happier news, the Mickey’s Mix magic show returns to Disneyland for a limited time starting January 10th.
The show was suspended as holiday fireworks took over the park.
Click here for four upcoming Disney World Ride transformations coming soon
A major change is taking place for Disney World Transportation from January 10th. This is the last day guests can catch the Magical Express from their Disney World hotel to Orlando International Airport.
Disney suspended the free Magical Express service last year and the changes officially went into effect on January 1, 2022. As of January 10, no Magical Express buses will operate (although one of the replacement services uses buses that seem well known).
There are a couple of different options if you need transportation between Orlando Airport and your Disney World hotel. The Mears Connect service is run by the same people who operated Magical Express.
Or check out the new Sunshine Flyer, which uses painted buses to look like trains from the 1920s.
Mears Connect is up and running and Sunshine Flyer will start service February 1, 2022. Both services are paid, which means there are now no free transportation options between Disney World hotels and Orlando International Airport.
You can also use a shared travel service, such as Uber or Lyft, to get to where you need to go from the airport.
Click here to see what you need to know about Magical Express replacement services
Disney World announced MANY price increases in parks, hotels and Disney Springs, starting Jan. 10. DOLE Futs from Aloha Isle to Magic Kingdom went from $ 4.99 a $ 5.99, ia DOLE whip float went from $ 5.99 to $ 6.99.
Mickey Premium Bars increased the price by $ 5.69 a $ 5.99, i Mickey Pretzels with Anaheim Produce Cheese Sauce at Disney’s Hollywood Studios went from $ 6.79 a $ 7.19.
Here are some examples of price increases, and today we present a COMPLETE list of changes.
Click here to see 8 price increases planned for Disney World in 2022
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