3 Eggstravaganza at Disneyland this Spring
Most of us don’t need an excuse to visit Disneyland, but the spring offers visitors a fun combination of seasonal values and fun events for the family. Here’s a look at three awesome events blooming this spring in Disney.
With the return of spring, blooming flowers, and hopping bunnies, so returns Disneyland Resort’s Eggstravaganza. This egg-themed scavenger hunt features Disney and Pixar characters and is really fun for kids of any age. It takes place now through April 21st at Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure and the Downtown Disney District. Maps cost $6.99 plus tax, and if you complete the hunt you’ll get a surprise when returning the map.
A Mickey and Minnie Celebration
Time to get your Mickey (or Minnie) ears on and head to the Mickey and Minnie Celebration, as the party will be continuing into the spring. Celebrating 90 years of magic for these two lovebirds, guests of Disneyland and Disney California Adventure can experience “Mickey’s Mix Magic” show and “Mickey’s Soundsational Parade”.
Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival
The ideal place for food and wine lovers to discover this spring, the Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival runs through April 23rd. The culinary festival is a fun-filled, family-friendly event that features cuisine, beverages and events for a limited time. This tasty event is the perfect way to spend an entertaining day tasting the best of California cuisine and wine.
Disney Princess Breakfast Adventures
Does your little girl or boy have a favorite Disney princess? Of course they do! Whether it’s Ariel, Jasmine or Belle, spending breakfast alongside these elegant ladies is memory-making magic. Hosted by the Napa Rose restaurant at Disney’s Grand California Hotel & Spa, guest will enjoy a 3-course brunch and then story and activity time on the patio. Belle will read the little princesses and princes a story, and Mulan will showoff her warrior pose. Guest will also enjoy live music, and a chance to take a portrait.
Contact your travel agent to book.