Disney World is constantly changing. Some attractions have been around for years while others are only temporary. Whether long-standing or short-lived, there are four attractions leaving Disney World on September 30th.
Let’s check out these four so you can catch them before their gone!
4 – Hakuna Matata Time Dance Party
Hakuna Matata Time Dance Party hit Disney’s Animal Kingdom this summer to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of The Lion King. Every day several times a day, Timon, Rafiki, and other Disney friends show up at the Discovery Island stage for music, dancing, and games.
Hakuna Matata Time Dance Party was planned to be temporary, and the last party will be held on September 30th.
3 – An Incredible Celebration
Disney’s Hollywood Studios hosts An Incredible Celebration every day. Pixar Place becomes a Municberg city block, and Mr. and Mrs. Incredible and Frozone along with a DJ entertain guests with a rocking dance party, the opportunity to see Edna Mode’s super-suit gallery, and interactive games that have guests searching for clues like footprints, laser scars, and cookie crumbs. You just might find Jack-Jack!
2 – Meet Mickey and Minnie
Did you know that Mickey turned 90 this year? Magic Kingdom has been celebrating his birthday all year, but the celebration is about to come to an end. The last birthday party event to leave the park is the meet and greet with Mickey and Minnie inside Town Square Theater. Mickey and Minnie even have special birthday party outfits, so be sure to stop by Town Square and catch a photo before the most famous mice are gone!
1 – IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth
The other attractions on this list were temporary, but IllumiNations was far from that. What started out as a celebration of the new millennium became a mainstay for Epcot. The show delighted and moved guests for 20 years, and on September 30th, it will come down to just 12 minutes. Don’t miss your last opportunity to see World Showcase go dark, the torches light, and the amazing earth globe tell the story of earth from chaos to meaning, and order.
When the show ends, a temporary show called Epcot Forever will hold its place until a permanent show opens.