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Just because you live thousands of miles away from Disney World, doesn’t mean you can’t spend the evening with Mickey Mouse in your home town!!! At least once a year a Disney on Ice show will make it’s way to your neck of the woods and I urge you to go!!!! Young or old, these shows are a hoot!!! I swear I have just as much fun as my 6 year old.
This is past weekend we had the chance to attend Disney on Ice Worlds of Enchantment and the show did not disappoint. We are still on a Toy Story high from our last Disney Trip and riding Slinky Dog Dash, so it was fun to be reunited with our favorite Toy Story characters along with other favorites from The Little Mermaid, Cars & Frozen!!!
If you’re anything like me, you want to be overly prepared for anything you attend!! That’s why I have jotted down 4 tips for attending Disney on Ice Worlds of Enchantment! Keep on reading to check them out!
1. Watch All Four Movies The Week Before
The best way to describe the plot of Disney on Ice Worlds of Enchantment is a Cliff Notes version of all 4 movies. You will get a highlight version of Toy Story 3, The Little Mermaid, Cars, and Frozen. If you have little ones, watching these four movies before you attend the show will make it so those movies are fresh in your kiddos mind! They will sing and dance the show away since they know the storyline. They just watched the movies so chances are they can predict what will happen next, so they will be extra excited when there favorite characters hit the ice.
2. Be Prepared & Bring Cash
Every show I give myself a little pep talk about not falling for it and purchasing my daughter a ridiculously expensive light up toy. They get used for an hour and then end up buried at the bottom of the toy box never to be played with again. Every show, every last kid is running around with said light up toy and I end up caving and purchasing one. Disney on Ice Worlds of Enchantment wasn’t any different. Thankfully I had cash on me to purchase the light up toy since these toys are cash only. They do have a few at the merchandise table that you can swipe that card for, but the good ones are cash only from the people walking around selling them. You don’t want to end up paying crazy atm rates for taking cash out during an event! Come prepared to cave to peer presser & have that cash ready.
3. Don’t Go Broke Buying Floor Seats.
Honestly, there isn’t a bad seat in the house! I personally love sitting in the 200’s at the Key Bank Center in Buffalo since those are Club Seats. (Awesome bar and awesome snacks). The view is pretty sweet as well!!! We have sat in the 100’s for other shows and honestly, the view wasn’t any different so I always go for the club seats so I can feel extra boujee these days. If you have the cash, go ahead and splurge, but it’s not necessary to sit on the ice to have a fabulous time!!
4. Dress Warm!
I’m sure your child will want to dress up. My child sure does. Honestly, your kiddo will be in the minority if not decked out in Disney gear! I don’t care if it’s a hot August day, bring those jackets and hoodies to toss on over those dashing outfits!!! The show takes place on ice so the event is a chilly one. Take those pictures and put that jacket back on! You will thank me later!
Have you been to Disney on Ice? Which show did you attend?
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1/29/2019 12:06:31 pm
II have actually never been to a site like this. The last show I saw was the lion King in London .that was a theatre act..this show looks so exciting 😍 I want to be a kid again. Hehe..
1/29/2019 04:41:54 pm
This sounds so much fun! Thank you for sharing these tips!
1/29/2019 06:27:09 pm
We love visiting Disneyland but when can't make the trip, Disney On Ice is a great alternative. It's so fun and we enjoy the show every time!
1/29/2019 09:26:03 pm
I loved my time in Disney World so I know I would enjoy Disney on ice. Thank you for sharing.
1/29/2019 09:49:37 pm
The last time I saw Disney on Ice the princess was Belle! How long ago would that have been, 25 years ago?
1/30/2019 06:04:54 am
I have never been to any Disney world but been to few Disneyland in Asia. The hong Kong and Japan. So fun.
1/30/2019 08:06:02 am
This sounds so interesting. I have never been to any Disney world, hopefully soonest i will.
1/30/2019 09:38:44 am
Disney seems a fun place to visit. Am yet to visit one, reading posts like this gives me reasons to plan a visit there. Thanks.
1/30/2019 11:02:36 am
We have been to many Disney on Ice productions over the years. I wish I had these tips the first time I took the kids. Yes floor seas are a waste of money. If you're up a little higher, you get a better experience I think. Great Post.
1/30/2019 01:57:22 pm
What a fun time! Our niece and nephew saw Frozen on Ice and loved it.
1/30/2019 02:24:02 pm
Looks so fun! I think Disney has a way of gathering family all together. The movies are definitely worth watching.
1/30/2019 06:56:37 pm
I love anything about Disney and watched Disney on ice 10 years ago and I am still missing it. Thanks for sharing the review here.
1/30/2019 10:03:31 pm
My cousin wants to take my niece to Disney on ice too and these tips will be very helpful to her.
1/31/2019 04:13:39 am
Yes I agree with this. Before watching Disney Once we should start watching the movie before it so can I have a little but if understanding about the show.
1/31/2019 02:13:20 pm
Have to send this on to my sister in law. They should take my niece to see this!
1/31/2019 04:39:27 pm
these tips are awesome! saving for future disney trips
1/31/2019 10:33:23 pm
Wouldn't it be marvellous to binge watch on all the movies a week before and ultimately going to the Disney on Ice Worlds. What a great way to spend a family vacation :)
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