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  • On Jun 26, 2024
    Brandi from LA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Is there a list somewhere about the extras offered? For example, in Epcot the glass dish/nightlight making or the mosaic mickey at Coronado. I've seen videos of these but no list anywhere(park & hotels). Thank you!

    Welcome to planDisney, Brandi! I always love helping another Louisiana guest plan for a magical visit to the Walt Disney World Resort! It sounds like you're looking for some unique and creative experiences at the Most Magical Place on Earth, and I'm more than happy to help channel your inner artist with some information and options on some of the extras you're looking for!

    Brandi, some of the activities found on the Enchanting Extras Collection might spark your creative imagination! Here you can find information about the Spanish Mosaic Art Class you mentioned, which currently takes place at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in the Dahlia Lounge on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday afternoons from 1 PM to 3 PM. You can reserve this experience online up to 60 days in advance. You might also want to check out the Colors of Coronado Painting Experience, also offered at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort every Friday at 1 PM. This is a two-hour master class led by local artists, and you'll walk away with your own keepsake painting!

    There are some other offerings at Disney Resort hotels that are considered recreational offerings that are not posted online, and these activities are always subject to availability and can change at any time, but you can reach out to a Cast Member at Disney Recreation (407-WDW-PLAY) for help in learning about some of the resort options. If you're staying at a Disney Resort hotel, I would also recommend checking with the front desk for a schedule of available recreational offerings; you never know what opportunities you might find! On a recent visit at Disney's Contemporary Resort, there was a monorail mosaic class being offered on select days, as an example! Another fun option is at Crockett's Tavern at The Campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort; they offer a wooden sign-making class, on Tuesdays at 11:30 AM. I was able to confirm with a Cast Member that this is still offered, and you can call to book in advance or visit the Bike Barn onsite to check for availability!

    The other activity you mentioned at EPCOT is offered, subject to availability, at Glaskunst in the Germany pavilion. I have seen some of my panelist pals complete this glass-making activity, but it is not something you can reserve in advance. Another option that is fairly new is at Crystal Arts by Arribas Brothers located in Disney Springs - here, you can find an assortment of glass bead activities, including a new Wishkeepers Water Bottle, where you can hand design your glass beads to decorate your own water bottle, making a wish along the way!

    Brandi, while I can't point you to an inclusive list, I hope this helps you to discover some options to fill your creative side with a new magical memory on your next visit! If you have any other planning questions, feel free to come back and let me know! I'm always happy to help you uncover the magic!

    You've Got a Friend in Me,
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Meet the Panelist: Alison, Louisiana

I'm Alison - a wife, mom, and teacher from New Orleans, LA. My first childhood visit to the Walt Disney World Resort sparked a lifelong love of this magical place, and I still find magic in both the new and nostalgic on each visit! I understand the changing dynamics of planning a practically perfect vacation; no matter how large your group is or what your interests are, I look forward to helping you create magical memories and discover unique experiences to make them even more enchanting! Learn More About Alison

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