Seeing Cinderella Castle at the end of Main Street USA will never fail to make me smile! It’s crazy how much joy it brings me – it truly is my happy place in the world!
Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire – the daily castle stage show – was going on, but we didn’t stop to watch. It’s cute and all that, but I’m still not over Disney cancelling Dream Along With Mickey!!!
We ventured into Liberty Square and saw the Muppets in the windows of Heritage House which is the home The Hall of Presidents.
This was the [now closed] Great Moments in American History show with abridged accounts of notable milestones from the Colonial era of American history.
It featured Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie the Bear, Gonzo and Sam Eagle.
As Liberty Square turned into Frontierland we saw two of the Country Bears, Shaker and Wendell, doing a meet and great outside of their attraction – Country Bears Jamboree.
Wendell came running over for a photo, and meeting characters in this impromptu way is always fun and harks back to simpler days at Walt Disney World when you didn’t have to wait in lines for ages to meet a character!
We then went in to watch the Country Bears Jamboree show which is one of the last attractions that Walt Disney himself helped to develop.
Step inside the rustic theater known as Grizzly Hall and take your seat before the lights dim. Clap along as 18 Audio-Animatronics hillbilly bears play and sing during this 16-minute, foot-stompin’ cele-bear-tion. You’ll hear a medley of original and classic tunes—all performed by the zaniest critters in the woods.
Overflowing with humor, heart, and a few surprises, this crowd-pleasing show features a down-home, southern sensibility you and your cubs will love.Walt Disney World