Ready to spend a little quality time together, while the kids are having an adventure of their own?
When you drop off the kids at Pixar Play Zone at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, you are free to explore the parks, Disney Springs or wine & dine to your heart’s content.
Earlier this year, Disney announced they were closing the various kid’s clubs previously located at select deluxe resorts. Their new kid’s club is better than ever!
Pixar Play Zone is now open at Disney’s Contemporary Resort! Here, kids ages 4–12 are now able to star in an adventure-packed evening, including interactive fun, arcade games and dinner. The pilot program will take place nightly, from 6-10:30 p.m. and will transport young Guests to a world full of excitement and adventure with their favorite characters from Disney•Pixar films “Toy Story” and “The Incredibles!”
Pixar Play Zone features character interactions, free play, arcade games, dinner, dessert and culminates with an incredible dance party!
The Living Room is the center for most of the action. There’s Space Ranger Training where kids learn what it takes to become a Jr. Space Ranger of Star Command, including how to master the call of the Space Ranger, “To infinity and beyond!” Then, Woody and Jessie will show them the ropes of the Wild West during Woody’s Roundup – complete with a sing along for a rootin’ tootin’ good time!
Around the corner, toys of all kinds are waiting to play in Bonnie’s Play Room.
Radiator Springs Racetrack is where youngsters can build their own racecars and send them down a soapbox derby racetrack in the Piston Cup Derby Races.
The evening builds to an Incredibles Super Dance Party where kids learn super sweet moves with Mr. Incredible and Mrs. Incredible.
Penny enjoys helping others plan their Disney vacations (click to find out how she can help your family) and writing about how her family enjoys their Disney vacations at ScoutingWDW.com & TheDisneyMoms.com
“Born and raised in the south, I now live in central New Jersey. My family delights in homeschooling, book club, and ministry work. My son and I are active members of our local church and enjoy camping with the Boy Scouts of America.
We believe every day is a day to celebrate and if you visit our kitchen, you will find us putting sprinkles on everything from pancakes to ice cream! Between baseball games and scouting trips, we enjoy dreaming about our next Disney vacation.”