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All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration

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The Walt Disney Company has a big birthday to celebrate in 2023. It's celebrating 100 years by throwing the biggest event yet in Disney history: Disney 100 Years of Wonder. The heart of the celebration took place at Disneyland Resort, and that's where the party kicked off Jan. 27, 2023. The party is winding down at Disneyland and hopping to Walt Disney World Resort this fall, with most of the celebration hoppening at EPCOT. What can you expect for the Disney 100th anniversary celebration? Let’s hop in to explore everything we know so far, but keep hopping back for updates — Disney has more magical moments up its sleeve!

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Mickey and Minnie Outfits

What Is Disney 100?

The Disney 100th anniversary celebration is a worldwide event, but Disneyland Resort is right at the center of it. Disneyland celebrates with special décor, character outfits, food, drink and merchandise. The most exciting news is that the celebration brings new nighttime entertainment, including a new fireworks show and a new version of World of Color. The Magic Happens parade returned, and a new ride opened with the celebration, as well.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Magic Happens Parade

We have a whole post on Disney 100 at Walt Disney World. At Walt Disney World, EPCOT gets a new fireworks show, “Luminous The Symphony of Us,”  on Dec. 5, 2023! “Luminous The Symphony of Us." At Magic Kingdom, the fan-favorite "Happily Ever After" show returned April 3, 2023, with all-new projections along Main Street, U.S.A.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Mickey shows off D100 outfit

Internationally, Hong Kong Disneyland will unveil a new statue of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse.

At D23 2022, then Disney CEO Bob Chapek said, “Ten decades of creativity, innovation, and determination created The Walt Disney Company you know today — the most enduring and beloved name in entertainment. It’s an awesome responsibility to lead Disney as we begin our second century of telling stories and creating magic that will endure for another 100 years.” We frogs are here for it!

Disney 100 Year of Wonder Dates and Tickets

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Donald DuckThe year-long Disney 100th anniversary celebration started Jan. 27, 2023, at Disneyland Resort. The new Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway ride also opened Jan. 27, 2023, ahead of the rest of the renovated Toontown (which reopened March 19, 2023). The "Magic Happens" parade returned Feb. 24, 2023, to Disneyland Park. The last Magic Happens parade is Oc. 15, 2023, at Disneyland. The holiday parade, "A Christmas Fantasy Parade," runs Nov. 10 through Jan. 7. Disney has not confirmed the return of "Magic Happens."

Tickets and Reservations

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - BalloonsYou’ll want to purchase theme park tickets and make hotel reservations in advance for this special event. Your froggy friends at Undercover Tourist can help you save money on tickets and hotels. Plus if you need a rental car, add it to your cart and purchase it simultaneously with your tickets to unlock even deeper savings. You still need to make a theme park reservation to visit the theme parks. Here is how to access the availability calendar for theme park reservations.

Keep in mind that you can get the best deals on Disney tickets from your froggy friends (we offer $5 off deals, especially around holidays!) and be ready to reserve your dates. We can’t stress the importance of purchasing tickets early!

Disney 100 Entertainment and Attractions at Disneyland

Disney 100 - Infographic about January Hoppenings

We've created a downloadable D100 Cheat Sheet so you'll know exactly what's in store!

World of Color — ONE at Disney California Adventure (Last show of 2023 is Nov. 9. This show returns in 2024.)

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - World of Color — One Encanto

This all-new nighttime spectacular celebrates the legendary storytelling that Walt Disney began 100 years ago. It began Jan. 27, 2023. The story shows how a single action, such as a drop of water, creates a ripple that can grow into a wave of change. The journey builds to an uplifting finale that represents people coming together as many droplets of water forming an ocean. The show features courageous and inspirational characters from both classic and modern Disney films, as well as the new, original song, “Start a Wave,” and 17 other compositions. It's the first Disneyland Resort nighttime spectacular to combine characters and music from Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar Animation Studios, the Avengers and Star Wars all in the same show.

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We've discovered just how breathtaking World of Color - ONE is! It's so frogciting to see Star Wars and Marvel characters and storylines meshed in with our favorite Disney and Pixar films. Here is the entire show!

As of June 2, 2023, there is a two-minute short before World of Color - One. "Elemental Connection" is a limited time water short. It highlights the story and characters from the "Elemental" film, bringing the land, air, water and fire residents of Elemental City to life through projections on water screens.

Leap over to our toadally awesome guide to viewing the water spectacular, World of Color. You'll want to read up on joining the virtual queue for this show, as you'll be able to access the viewing area through the virtual queue system starting at 12 p.m. PT daily. It's available for guests who have entered Disney California Adventure for the day or have entered Disneyland Park with a Park Hopper ticket. On opening night, available spots for the show were filled quickly — within seconds. So set that alarm for 11:55 a.m. and get to a spot with a great connection to join the virtual queue.

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Also, our post on Disneyland dining packages can help you decide if a dining package may be beneficial for your family. Show times for World of Color - ONE are usually 9 p.m. and 10:15 p.m., but make sure to check the schedule on the day of your visit. We like saving money where we can, but having a backup plan can eliminate the stress of joining a queue and figuring out where to eat in the meantime!

"Wondrous Journeys" projection show (with fireworks on select nights) at Disneyland Park (This show has ended and has not been confirmed as returning in 2024.)

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This new nighttime show kicked off Jan. 27, 2023, and runs through Aug. 31, 2023. It features all 60 Walt Disney Animation Studios films to date. The pyrotechnic and projection show, which takes place at 9:35 p.m., is filled with artistry, music, storytelling and heart. Projections turn Main Street, U.S.A., Sleeping Beauty Castle, the façade of “it’s a small world” and the Rivers of America into an artist’s canvas. Most nights "Wondrous Journeys" is mainly a projection show, with the addition of fireworks on select nights only (usually weekends, holidays and summer nights). “Wondrous Journeys” also features a new song titled, “It’s Wondrous.” Here's our guide for viewing Disneyland fireworks no matter which version of the show you get to see.

Throughout the show, you'll be swept away on an adventure of musical, storytelling scenes from Disney's famous animated films. The show celebrates the imagination, talent and impact of Disney Animation dreamers over the past 100 years (from Mickey Mouse to Mirabel). Many of the show's projection effects simulate blank pieces of paper, pencil sketches, and bits of color, as the animation style effects breathe life into classic, and recent, beloved Disney characters. Keep your eyes on the skies above Sleeping Beauty Castle to see the Blue Fairy and Baymax fly by! This show is on fire (literally)!

If you have a MagicBand+, your band will come to life with dancing lights and synchronized vibrations during both Wondrous Journeys and World of Color — ONE.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Wondrous Journeys

Although it was just introduced to the park, "Wondrous Journeys" is extremely popular, and for good reason. We highly recommend planning out your viewing well in advance. The front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle was crowded to maximum capacity as of 5 p.m. on opening night. Main Street, U.S.A. was full over an hour and a half before show time. Those are the only two viewing areas where you can catch a glimpse of Baymax flying around the castle. It's a really dramatic moment and the crowd loves it. If you like to avoid crowds, try the "it's a small world" or Rivers of America viewing areas. At Rivers of America, the images are projected onto water screens. It's a more peaceful place to watch the show, although different.

Here is a close look at the show in front of the castle.

Disney 100 Cavalcade 

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Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, Pluto and Chip 'n' Dale all appeared on a special float, but since the Magic Happens parade returned, the cavalcade is no longer available.

Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway ride in Mickey’s Toontown (Jan. 27, 2023)

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway

All aboard! Woot, woot! This whimsical new ride rolled into Mickey's Toontown right on time for the Disney 100 celebration! It is the first major Mickey-themed ride at Disneyland. The queue differs from the version at Disney's Hollywood Studios, in Disney World. The queue is filled with Easter eggs of classic Mickey films and shorts. We made a list of the top 10!

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway track

The ride features an original story (and catchy theme song) in which Mickey and Minnie are premiering their newest short, “Perfect Picnic,” at the El CapiTOON Theatre. Before you enter the theatre, you'll explore the special exhibit featuring props and costumes from the toon world. Then, you’ll step out of the human world and into the unpredictable cartoon world of Mickey and Minnie, and board a trackless train with Goofy as your conductor.

With Goofy at the wheel, what could hoppen? It's a magical, out-of-control trip with surprising twists and turns! Hold onto your ears because it's a multi-dimensional, cartoon world with lots of unpredictable twists and turns. The ride uses state-of-the-art technology and dazzling visual effects to immerse you into Mickey's and Minnie's zany, animated realm.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin

This ride opened for the Disney 100th anniversary celebration ahead of the rest of the reimagined Toontown, which opened a little later — March 19, 2023. A new lawn area is open (right next to Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin), and the area of Toontown where you can enjoy photo opportunities and interactive props, is also open again! We saw many families enjoying the new space and the returning hands-on play area.

The ride is available as an individual Lightning Lane selection through the Disney Genie+ system, which will help secure you and your squad a time to get on the ride during your visit. Keep in mind that the Lightning Lane skips the majority of the interactive queue. If you wear a MagicBand+, pay attention to what happens when you enter the boarding area.

Disney 100 Infographic about February Hoppenings

"Magic Happens" Parade (Feb. 24, 2023 through Oct. 15, 2023, and not confirmed for 2024.)

This magical parade originally made its way down the parade route on Feb. 28, 2020, for a limited run. You can read all about it in our "Magic Happens" post.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100th Anniversary Celebration - Coco Float in Magic Happens Parade

For most guests (those who did not hoppen to visit during the first two weeks of March 2020), this is a brand-new parade. We have been toadally looking forward to its triumphant return!

Reimagined Toontown (Opened March 19, 2023)

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100th Anniversary Celebration – Mickey's Toontown transformation at Disneyland Park

Toontown is getting a fresh makeover in honor of the new ride. It features grassy play spaces perfect for tadpoles to get the wiggles out. One of the new areas in Toontown is CenTOONial Park, showcasing a fountain designed for play, including water tables. The fountain is brought to life at night, as well. Nearby, a dreaming tree provides opportunities to play, crawl and explore.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100th Anniversary Celebration - Donald's Boat

Goofy's House and Donald's Boat are being "reimagined in new and exciting ways" with all-new sensory experiences. Goofy's How-To-Play Yard is a playground perfect for tadpoles of all ages with a soft, spongey ground, an elevated clubhouse and a sound garden. Donald's Duck Pond has a splashy play area featuring giant spinning water lilies, balance beams and rocking toys. Gadget's Go Coaster returns with new and exciting changes. Mickey's House, Minnie's House and Roger Rabbit's CarTOON Spin are also open in the refurbished land.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Toontown City Hall

New Entertainment and Attractions at Disney World

Disney World is still in the swing of things in its 50th-anniversary celebration, so we do not have firm dates for the Disney 100 starting date at this resort, other than fall 2023. But after the 50th celebration ends, two nighttime spectaculars are set to light up the skies in 2023.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100th Anniversary Celebration – TRON Lightcycle Run ride vehicle testing

At EPCOT, an all-new nighttime spectacular will come to life on the World Showcase Lagoon in late 2023. “Luminous The Symphony of Us” debuts at EPCOT on Dec. 5, 2023! The show features fireworks, fountains, lasers, lighting effects and music. Meanwhile, Happily Ever After fireworks returned April 3, 2023, to Magic Kingdom. This beloved show returned to Disney World with enhancements. It may not be specific to the Disney 100th anniversary, but we certainly jump for joy and think it’s something to celebrate for sure!

A long-awaited ride zooms in during spring 2023. The TRON Lightcycle Power Run coaster opened April 4, 2023, at Magic Kingdom Park.

Disney 100th Anniversary Décor

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Disneyland Resort is dressed in its sparkling platinum best. To celebrate "wonder," the Sleeping Beauty Castle is decorated with platinum banners and bunting. Look for the three Good Fairies over the archway. They illuminate it with shimmering pixie dust and another medallion. Two water fountains spring to life on either side of the castle in the moat. To top it off, you can make a wish on the star sparkling from the tower.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Medallion in Carthay Circle

Both parks are shimmering in iridescent silver, with royal purple buntings and accents on Main Street, U.S.A. and Buena Vista Street. Large platinum medallions can be found at park entrances and as part of the décor. Look for the giant medallion in Carthay Circle.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Carthay Circle

The back of the medallion says, "Disneyland Resort: Where Wonder Comes to Life." There is also a medallion in Downtown Disney and at the park entrance.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Minnie statue

Across the resort, guests can find platinum statues and medallions which make great photo opportunities. We found Mickey at the start of Main Street and Minnie Mouse on the Tomorrowland side of The Hub. MagicBand+ even interacts with select Disney100 decor.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Monorail passes by Esplanade

Even the Monorail is fully decorated in a holographic coat for Disney 100. It's so colorful and shiny! It's toadally fun to watch it go by and see it change colors in the sunlight.

Characters

Mickey, Minnie and their pals are radiant in their celebration outfits. The shimmering outfits reflect Disney’s optimism and creativity. Platinum withstands the test of time, just like our favorite Disney characters. You can see them in their outfits in Town Square in Disneyland.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Chip 'n' Dale

Disney 100 Food and Beverage

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration - Disney 100 Mickey Sipper

As with any Disney celebration, you can expect special food and beverage selections. That also includes food accessories such as Mickey sippers, popcorn buckets, tumblers (there are three kinds of tumblers!) and more. Hop over to our Disney 100 Foodie Guide for all the yummy eats and food accessories.

Disney 100 Merchandise and More

 

You cannot leave a party without a goodie bag. In this case, it will be a bag of platinum, black and light purple ears, spirit jerseys, clothing items, toys, decor, bags and sippers. Our Disney 100 merchandise post is up-to-date with all the deets, and more items are added over time as more collections are released.

All the Magical Details of the Disney 100th Anniversary Celebration - Platinum ornament

Merchandise is available at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Many items from the original collection (such as the jacket, ears, and purple hoodie) were already sold out by opening day, but we hope they will be restocked soon.

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Many more collections arrived in 2023! The Eras Collections launched on Jan. 27, 2023, with a new decade of merchandise dropping each month.

As of Feb. 4, 2023, and continuing through the Disney100 Celebration, PhotoPass downloads from any rides are complimentary to all ticketed park guests at Disneyland Resort.

The Disney Gallery on Main Street, U.S.A. is home to a new exhibit inspired by Walt's vision for Disneyland to become the place where his films come to life. You'll see artwork created by original Disney animators for some of Walt's earliest films alongside concept artwork by Disney Imagineers for Disneyland's experiences.

How to Plan for the Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration

Disney 100 Infographic - Tips and Tricks

As we mentioned earlier, the Disney theme park reservation system is still in place. That means you need to make your hotel and park reservations in addition to general park admission.

Park hopping is a great way to stay flexible and sometimes access better theme park availability at Disneyland Resort. If park hopping, you only need to make a theme park reservation for the first park you plan on visiting. It's the same price to add park hopping to a 5-day ticket as it does to a 1-day ticket at Disneyland, so it's worth adding it to Disneyland tickets for longer stays. Then you can hop back and forth after 1 p.m. at Disneyland (and after 2 p.m. at Disney World). But you can hop as of 11 a.m. beginning Feb. 4, 2023! We'd suggest making your park reservation for the park you'd most like to visit if you'll be hopping.

Disney 100 Years of Wonder - Daisy and Donald in Special Outfits

While we've created a D100 Park Plan, here are some of our general tips and tricks when heading to the Disney 100th anniversary celebration:

  • Large celebrations tend to attract crowds. If you have your heart set on visiting during peak times, you should start planning now and lock in your park reservations! For the best availability, book early.
  • We highly recommend placing your mobile order well in advance, especially for lunch and dinner meals. Plan meals in advance. Many D100 foods sell out early so get them in the morning if possible
  • Staying on-site? Make sure you take advantage of the perks available to you! Utilize Early Entry in the mornings for the lowest wait times. Also, be sure to link your hotel reservation to your Disneyland account and app. That way, you may be able to access a better theme park availability schedule than other guests when making theme park reservations.
  • Get acquainted with virtual queues to access World of Color — ONE, which opens once every day at noon. The first show of the night goes quickly, and the last show of the night is usually less crowded. Set alarms to remind yourself to join it!
  • Consider dining packages. We break down the packages we think are worth it or where you can save your money.
  • Get a multi-day ticket so you can see and do it all.
  • Consider getting Disney Genie+ service to shorten your wait times for rides.

What are you most excited about for the Disney 100 Years of Wonder celebration? If you are looking to visit Disneyland or Disney World you can purchase discount theme park tickets and hotel rooms directly through Undercover Tourist. Be sure to make your theme park reservations as soon as you can after purchasing as some days will fill up. 

Related: Full Frogtastic Guide to Disneyland Events in 2023

Hoppy planning!

Keep hopping, Mommy Frog!
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Oct 22, 2023 at 9:17 p.m. William Chivers Says...

Here's to the very next 100 years of cartoon animation wonder, especially from the world of non-other than Disney!

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Oct 23, 2023 at 8:12 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Cheers to that! Thanks for hopping by, William :)

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jul 8, 2023 at 7:17 p.m. Robert Bliss Says...

Are there 100 year Mickey and /or Minnie Cards for sale?

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Jul 10, 2023 at 5:48 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Robert!

We're not toadally sure what kind of cards you're referring to — gift cards, trading cards, greeting cards? Let us know and we can try to help!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jul 2, 2023 at 6:12 a.m. Mary Wheeler Says...

What part oh Disney started in 1923?? Mickey Mouse was born in 1928. I’m confused.

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Jul 3, 2023 at 8:35 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Mary!

The Walt Disney Company was founded in 1923! :)

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jun 15, 2023 at 4:47 a.m. S inda Says...

Disney is not a 100 years old it is 68 in July

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Mar 10, 2023 at 12:03 a.m. Beth Greenawalt Says...

Awesome ideas!

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Mar 8, 2023 at 8:52 p.m. Joann Says...

Love Disney!

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Feb 12, 2023 at 5:29 p.m. Jimmy Says...

Dazzling

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Jan 28, 2023 at 5:28 p.m. Jen Says...

Is this where we leave the code word? Thanks for all the great content. Dazzling

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Jan 27, 2023 at 4:44 p.m. Bre Says...

Do you suspect these shows will continue through November and December? Or pause for Christmas shows? We travel for the holidays but would love to see these.

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Jan 27, 2023 at 3:59 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Bre!

That's a good question — we're not toadally sure yet either! We may have to wait until we hear more details about the Halloween and holiday festivities later in the year.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jan 21, 2023 at 3:04 a.m. Brian Says...

Any idea when the 100 year celebration will run ‘till? We’re planning for a mid-January 2024 trip to LA and hope to get in on it.

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Jan 23, 2023 at 8:19 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Brian!

We're not toadally sure just yet — Disney has not announced an end date for the Disney 100 Celebration. We'll be sure to update our guide once we hear anything!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jul 27, 2023 at 5:43 a.m. Jo Says...

Any update yet?

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Jul 27, 2023 at 8:45 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Jo!

Disney has still not officially confirmed an end date for D100 at Disneyland.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jan 20, 2023 at 9:43 p.m. Brittany Says...

Where do you find the wondrous journey schedule. I.will be there feb 1 and want to know if there will be fireworks

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Jan 23, 2023 at 8:21 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Brittany!

You can find the Disneyland entertainment schedule here. It looks like Wondrous Journeys will take place with projections only at 9:30 p.m. on Feb. 1.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jan 17, 2023 at 8 p.m. Natalie Says...

Hello! We will happen to be there on the first day of the Disney 100 celebration as the last day of our Disneyland trip. I’m wondering if it will be best to avoid Disneyland in the morning and do DCA instead (we have park hopper passes and 2 little girls) or if it will be worthwhile to fight the crowds and be in Disneyland that morning. I read that the only day they paused park hopper passes was for a few hours on 10/1/2021 when disneyworld kicked off their 50th anniversary celebration. Do you think this is likely to happen on 1/27? Also, do you have any guesses on what they will charge for individual Lightning lane passes for the new Minnie and Mickey ride? Do you think its realistic we could even get one? Or what we might anticipate standby wait times to be?

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Jan 19, 2023 at 1:41 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Natalie!

If you're super crowd-adverse, you may want to avoid Disneyland that day. However, people come to these celebrations for a variety of reasons and sometimes that means there will be more people in lines for merchandise, food and characters in their new outfits rather than the rides. It is definitely possible that park hopping can pause or close if the park gets too full, so if you do want to be at Disneyland for the D100 festivities, we'd suggest sticking with Disneyland all day. Disney just announced how guests will be able to access Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway — it will only be available through a virtual queue or as an individual Lightning Lane selection (not sure on exact pricing just yet, but Radiator Springs is usually under $20 per person and Rise of Resistance can go up to $25 per person). A traditional standby line will not be available yet at this time. For more info on how to navigate the virtual queue, check out our post here.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Jan 13, 2023 at 4:57 a.m. James P Says...

Hello. How much busier to you think it will be because of the 100 celebration? We're thinking of going to Disneyland the last week of February. Major spike in crowds because of the celebration?

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Jan 13, 2023 at 1:50 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi James!

We are definitely expecting more crowds than usual in February because of the Disney100 Celebration. Also keep in mind that the Magic Happens Parade returns Feb. 24 and the Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival begins Friday, March 3, so that last week is sandwiched in between those two special hoppenings.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Dec 27, 2022 at 2:14 a.m. Tommy Says...

Do you think they will offer any giveaways on the 27th? (Like the ears they did on Disney plus day?)

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Dec 27, 2022 at 3:58 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Tommy!

We haven't heard anything yet, but we've got our ears open! :)

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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Dec 8, 2022 at 10:32 a.m. Valerie Wondrick Says...

Super pumped for 2023 visits!

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Dec 8, 2022 at 10:31 a.m. Valerie Wondrick Says...

I do Centennial events when able. To know Disney is having their 100th in January is especially great since my birthday is in January so double celebration is being planned! Hope I can get tickets!

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