• On Apr 20, 2018
    Sarah from UT Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi, I noticed that there are two different shows for "Great Moments in American History". How do you know which show you'll be seeing? Do they alternate on a regular schedule? Thanks!

    Hi Sarah! Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel!

    In no time at all, you will be arriving for your Walt Disney World Resort vacation. It's time to start counting down the hours! You are going to have so much fun!

    In Magic Kingdom Park, you will find a lot of exciting entertainment, and The Muppets Present... Great Moments in American History is one of the fun shows you can experience. There are multiple shows daily and each show will either tell the story of the Declaration of Independence or the Midnight Ride of Paul Revere.

    The posted times of the show do not distinguish which story will be told, so I suggest you ask a nearby Cast Member (the show takes place in Liberty Square outside of The Hall of Presidents) if they know which show will be at each time. Both shows are great, so if you are hoping to catch one of each, speaking with a Cast Member is probably your best bet.

    Enjoy your trip, Sarah! Please visit us again with any other questions you may have!

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Meet the Panelist: Tabitha, Tennessee

Hello all! I'm a happily married, proud mom to two young children, and I love to plan trips to Walt Disney World Resort. One of my favorite things about taking a Disney Parks vacation is that there is always something new and wonderful to discover, no matter if this is your first trip or if you visit multiple times per year. I'm excited to help you plan your next adventure!
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