Star Wars Galaxy's Edge Family Walking Storm Troopers
  • On Jan 31, 2023
    Kevin from GA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I know about the Pirate Scavenger Hunt at MK and the Figment and recently released Duck Tales ones at Epcot. Any other adventures like these for our girls when we go to WDW? Thanks!

    Hello out there Adventurers! I'd like to personally welcome you Kevin to planDisney from one fellow Scavenger Hunt fan to another!

    It's great to hear that you're already aware of A Pirate's Adventure - Treasures of the Seven Seas, Figment's Brush with the Masters scavenger hunt, and Disney's Ducktales World Showcase Adventure. Now once you've accomplished each of those adventures, you might find yourself wondering - what quest can we embark on next?

    You'll be happy to hear that I can recommend some similar activities for the savvy solvers in your family:

    • Wilderness Explorers provides young explorers-in-training with a Handbook that will be a handy guide to earning specialized badges (stickers) from the Troop Leaders stationed around Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park. It adds an extra spirit of adventure and mystery as you make your way around the various nature trails to discover these hidden challenges and opportunities to learn from the experts on your way to becoming a full-fledged Senior Wilderness Explorer!
    • Batuu Bounty Hunters is a newer, and somewhat mysterious experience found exclusively on the planet Batuu at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. This requires a charged MagicBand+ alongside your Play Disney Parks App in order to take on secret missions to hunt down hidden bounties within the bustling Black Spire Outpost. The girls may be delighted to find their MagicBand+ begin to vibrate and light up as they respond to their quarry being within range. Your Star Wars: Datapad may also be handy in deciphering Aurebesh and cracking codes while you're visiting the planet!
    • Lastly, you may be able to visit a Resort Hotel that has its own Scavenger Hunt activity; though some may not necessarily come with a prize for completing them, I've found them to be a great way to spend a free day when we're not heading to the Theme Parks! I always swing by the Front Desk to ask a friendly Cast Member whether they have any available to complete.
    I hope these have been great suggestions that your family will be able to enjoy, I'm always on the lookout for new challenges to complete at Walt Disney World Resort so please feel free to come back to planDisney and ask me for any tips and tricks any time!

    Wishing you all the best on your future quests!

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Hello, Bonjour, Aloha and Ahoy there! As a performer and world explorer who's been to all of the Disney theme parks around the globe, I'm always happy to provide my best adventuring advice and knowledge to navigate your way to all of the greatest snacks, attractions and entertainment on land and at sea. Find me featured on the planDisney Podcast and on the Disney Parks Blog, discussing Disney Eats at festivals and beyond, holiday events at Walt Disney World Resort and planning my Disney Fairy Tale Wedding! Learn More About Prince

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