Disney World has recently added a new immersive play experience for kids called the Pixar Play Zone.
Pixar Play Zone is located at Disney’s Contemporary Resort and availability is limited, so reservations are recommended. It also costs an additional $65 plus tax per child, but definitely looks to be worth the extra cost.
The Pixar-themed play area is the perfect opportunity for parents to enjoy some alone time at the parks or at dinner while kids ages 4-12 enjoy fun and games with their favorite characters.
This brand new character experience also treats your kids to dinner and dessert, with a bit of Space Ranger training, alongside Disney Youth Counselors.
The Pixar Play Zone is open every night and registration begins at 5pm. By 6pm, kids begin their Space Ranger training where they’ll learn to battle enemies of Star Command.
At 645, they’re treated to dinner and dessert and allergy-free options are available upon request. Afterwards, kids will meet with Woody and Jessie and get a chance to earn their Sheriff’s badge.
at 8:45pm, your kids will build their own race car and put it to the test when they race it in the Piston Cup Challenge. Then they’ll join Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl for a dance party. All festivities end at 10pm when your kids will be so exhausted, there will likely be zero arguments about bedtime.
You can reserve your child’s spot by calling (407) 824-KIDS (5437) before your next trip to Disney World!
Children must be fully toilet-trained. Parents must be present to check children in and out of the experience.