"Pokemon Go" players can get real-life value out of the popular augmented reality game at several Central Florida attractions this weekend.
SeaWorld Orlando is the first of Orlando's major theme parks to officially organize and host a "Pokemon Go" event. The "Pokemon Go Lure Launch Event" is Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., with special early access to annual pass members from 8-9 a.m.Read more
Mickey Mouse is not the top cheese when it comes to headwear sales at Walt Disney World. He's not even in the runner-up slot.
Those honors go to products based on Minnie Mouse. The top-seller is a headband with the famed round black ears separated by Minnie's trademark red-and-white polka dot bowl, said Steven Miller, merchandise communications manager.
The No.Read more
Universal Orlando's fifth on-property resort has officially opened its doors. Loews Sapphire Falls Resort greeted its first guests on Thursday morning.
Sapphire Falls, located between the company's Royal Pacific and Cabana Bay Beach resorts, carries a Caribbean theme. It has 1,000 rooms, bringing the total for Universal hotels to 5,200.Read more
WHAT: The days are still getting longer at Aquatica, SeaWorld's water park. For its Island Nights celebrations, attractions are open longer, a DJ starts spinning at 5 p.m. and there's a happy hour plus special menu items, including mojo pork sandwiches, pineapple burgers, Hawaiian pizza, curry meatballs and pigeon pea rice.
WHEN: Friday and Saturday nights through Aug. 6. The park closes at 8 p.m.Read more
If you've experienced a little more elbow room at the World of Disney store, one reason may be that the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique has moved out.
After 10 years of operation, the salon — designed to transform little girls into little princesses — has migrated north a few storefronts. It's now attached to the Once Upon a Toy store.
The new digs sport fun additions.Read more
Louis, the trumpet-playing alligator character in the Disney animated film "The Princess and the Frog," is now a part of "Mickey's Royal Friendship Faire," a live stage show at Magic Kingdom theme park.
The show, produced several times daily near the base of Cinderella Castle, debuted June 17, a few days after an alligator dragged a 2-year-old boy into Seven Seas Lagoon from a beach area of Disney'sRead more