We are already three months into 2022, and it is time to catch up with all the fun things at Walt Disney World. On the one hand, there is an excellent EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival creating headlines, and on the other hand, the Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser is a never-seen-before attraction here. So, even if you have missed out on any details, it is time to gear up because a lot is waiting for you.
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What’s new in Disney world this week?
Here is all the update you need if visiting WDW this week:
Check out the new Disney+ ads
Disney has revealed that an ad-supported subscription to Disney+ will be available in late 2022.
The option will debut in the United States this year before expanding internationally in 2023.
At a later date, Disney will reveal the official launch date, pricing, and other facts.
Stay tuned to Disneywire news to know it all!
EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival has already started
This year’s EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival are back, and you should be there to check out the food stalls, activities, entertainment, and more.
There’s much to do this year, too – don’t miss the Garden Graze, where you can earn a free Dole Whip by eating various snacks.
Of course, there are all the lovely topiaries to admire, as well as a plethora of new merchandise.
So if you’re looking for some helpful EPCOT Flower & Garden Festival tips to follow, you are at the right place.
You can now meet Cinderella at the Disney World Restaurant
The eating experience at Cinderella’s Royal Table was changed when it reopened in Magic Kingdom in 2020.
Guests could no longer meet the princesses as they had in the past. However, Cinderella would occasionally come out and wave from a distance.
Instead, Cinderella now has a meeting spot at the restaurant where visitors can have a socially-distant meet and greet and snap photos with her.
Stan Lee gets a new Plaque at the park
You can find your favorite Marvel Shows on Disney+ now
Shows like Daredevil, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones, The Defenders, and The Punisher, formerly available on Netflix, will be available on Disney+ beginning March 16 in select territories. Disney+, however, will implement new parental restrictions due to the mature nature of these shows.
Parents can now configure parental restrictions for each user of their Disney+ account with the latest version. Parents can use a PIN to secure the settings once set. If you don’t modify your preferences, Disney+ will continue to limit your profile’s content to TV-14 rated series and movies.
That’s all for now! Keep coming back for more updates from time to time so that you don’t miss out on anything.