“Laughter is timeless, imagination has no age and dreams are forever.” -Walt Disney
We had family night at Disney on Ice: Worlds of Enchantment just recently and we were completely mesmerized. My husband and I had never seen any kind of ice skating show, so it was really special for us to share this experience with our children for the first time. We were pretty blown away by the entire show. The sets, props, lighting, costumes, story line, and of course the ice skating. From start to finish the entire show had all four of us in awe. It was so fun to sing along with all of our favorite songs and see our most beloved characters.
The show started with the master of ceremonies; Mickey Mouse himself. He brought out his friends; Minnie, Goofy, Donald and Pluto to help introduce the rest of the story lines. Toy Story was up first and boy did it come out with a bang. There were green army men zip lining onto the ice, larger than life children playing with the toys and of course super fun moments, especially between Barbie and Ken.Make sure to take your family to Disney on Ice: Worlds of Enchantment. You won't be disappointed. Click To Tweet
The second story to skate it’s way onto the ice was The Little Mermaid. We felt like we were transported under the sea. Of course Ariel, Sebastian, Flounder, Ursula and Eric all made appearances and sang our favorite tunes.
After a short intermission the show came revving back into action with the characters from Cars. This was so fun to see Lighting McQueen and Mater race around the ice as well as some awesome special effects.
Then to top off the night they saved the best for last with Frozen. The town of Arendelle quickly filled the scene and we were enthralled with Anna and Elsa once again as they told their story. I don’t know about you but that ending scene where Anna gives her own life for her sister, gets me every time! And the way they made the costumes turn to ice was just incredible.
Overall, we loved the show. The only thing that was hard for us was that it was a bit past the kiddos bed time. Next time we go I will try to find a matinee showing if possible. But I highly recommend this to families of all ages, make sure to find out where it is headed next.
*I was gifted tickets to the show for my review, but as always, all opinions are mine.