Pop-Up Disney!

Something new has been born at Downtown Disney! Disney has officially hopped on the pop-up train and created their own photo-op exhibit right outside of Disneyland.

Last weekend, I surprised my boyfriend with tickets and we had so. much. fun. Please note that all reservations must be made online, and are not sold at the door. Tickets can be purchased here and can be validated at the exhibit for complimentary parking for five hours.

Throughout the exhibit, you will find yourself through rooms that are inspired by all things Mickey! This interactive playground features themes such as: Mickey and Minnie’s Love, Mickey Around the World, Mickey at Disneyland, and many more. I personally thought the rooms were SUPER cute and creative. We loved exploring every room and seeing the creative ways that each theme was brought to life.

At the end of the exhibit, you’ll find yourself at the gift shop filled with exclusive merchandise designed for this pop up. We ended up purchasing matching white graphic tees as our souvenirs for this trip.

All in all, if you enjoy taking advantage of photo-ops, you would absolutely love this experience. The price point at $38 for evenings and weekends is similar to that of any other pop up exhibits in Southern California. I would highly recommend this pop up for all your Disney and Mickey themed photo ops!

World Of Color @ DCA


As Disney passholders, I feel that watching World of Color at least once is a part of the Disney experience! Luckily for me, my boyfriend recently surprised me with a dining package at Wine Country Trattoria :)

We started the night having dinner underneath the stars, and then immediately headed to our preferred viewing area. The huge perk of booking a World of Color dining package is that there is no need to worry about getting a fast pass, which can run out quickly in the day, especially on weekends.

Our view was great, and most importantly the show was so worth it. If you have any type of appreciation for Disney movies and music, the show is bound to leave you smiling ear to ear. Personally, my favorite part was The Little Mermaid and Pocahontas. I highly recommend viewing the show at least once!