A Disney on Ice Worlds of Enchantment Review. You can also save money on tickets with our exclusive blogger promo code! Get 4 tickets for only $56!
Our family was given the opportunity to attend Disney on Ice Worlds of Enchantment at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida. When visiting any of the Disney theme parks, one can expect to be overcome with a feeling of magic and happiness, but what I didn’t imagine was that this performance would provide the same nostalgia as walking into the Magic Kingdom.
At Disney on Ice Worlds of Enchantment, you’ll experience four fantastic Disney adventures of Frozen, Cars, Toy Story, and The Little Mermaid with special guest appearances from Mickey Mouse, Minnie, Pluto, and Donald Duck! Each story depicts the best scenes from the movie as performers skate and dazzle the audience.
My boys LOVE Toy Story. I actually take pride in knowing every line to every movie (I know, I probably shouldn’t), but when their production came on, we were truly amazed. Toy soldiers came flying down from parachutes, aerial acrobatics were used with “the claw”, and the solo of Barbie and Ken transported me back to the 80s.
The Little Mermaid was also a huge hit as Sebastian came clawing out of his shell and bubbles rained down on the audience. I know rooting for the villain is normally a no-no, but I’m a sucker for Ursula and her skating was incredible!
My three-year-old especially loved the Cars tribute because we have been anxiously waiting for the new movie, Cars 3, to come out in theaters. Pyrotechnics exploded around the skating rink as Lightning McQueen made his entrance and the crowd screamed in excitement.
And of course, what would a Disney show be without Elsa and Anna?! The cast did a phenomenal job at recreating the movie, Frozen, while getting the audience to sing as they turned the arena into a winter wonderland with snow.
I must admit, with two of my boys under the age of four I was concerned the show wouldn’t hold their interest for two hours (pretty much nothing does!), but they could not stop clapping and singing. If Disney on Ice Worlds of Enchantment is in your area, I highly recommend seeing it!
Disney on Ice Worlds of Enchantment Review Tips
Here are some tips and information to help you be prepared:
1.) Doors generally open an hour before the show.
If you have young ones, it’s good to arrive a few minutes early to find your seats, have a last minute potty break, and grab any food you may crave.
2.) Most of the toys offered in the booths when walking through the arena are offered at your seat.
Happy workers come through not only with cotton candy, snow cones, and popcorn, but with any light up toy, wands, hats and souvenirs you can imagine! We waited on line because my one-year-old kept grabbing everything and we didn’t know that workers came by your seats until after we sat down. But, I would have much rather bought everything at our seats.
3.) If you missed your chance to get souvenirs, there’s a last-chance booth outside of the exit that sells three toys for ten dollars.
The deal is that no toy costs less than fifteen dollars so you save a lot and get more. The negative is that you don’t know what toys you’ll receive until after you pay. So if your little one has their heart set on something specific, it’s not worth it.
4.) There is a short intermission about half way through.
Luckily, I had my husband with me so we divided and conquered the lines. But the bathrooms are super busy, so be prepared.
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- Friday, April 7th, 7pm
- Saturday April 8th, 11am
- Sunday April 9th, 1pm
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I hope you enjoyed my Disney on Ice Worlds of Enchantment Review. Have you gone to see any of the Disney on Ice shows? Let me know!!
Have a magical time!!!