Wednesday, September 5, 2012

The Disney Details: Muppet Vision 3-D at Hollywood Studios and a GIVEAWAY!

I love the little details that Disney does so well.  They make every experience truly immersive.  It's what sets Disney apart.  What makes it unlike other theme parks.  And why there is absolutely no way that you can even compare them to Six Flags.

We have talked about it a bit here at Keys to the Magic travel.  We've talked about the amazing queues at Toy Story Mania and the Haunted Mansion.  We've talked about the "secret" finds in Epcot like beaver butt soap or trying on kimonos in Japan.  We've talked about seeking out Divine in Animal Kingdom.

But this detail - well, I must admit, it's my favorite.

When you go to Hollywood Studios - and go to see "Muppet Vision 3-D" - be sure to check out the security window to the right of the turnstiles.  It seems rather innocuous.  And if you are rushing, you've probably never even noticed that it's there.

Let's look in the window.  There are some great "Wanted" posters on the bulletin board.  For Fozzie for impersonating a comic.  And one for Miss Piggy.  Just recognizing that everyone wants her!

And did you notice the sign in the window?

If you pull up the mat - that key - it's really there!

So, let's do a small Muppet celebration of our own!  I have a stainless steel Muppet water bottle and a set of four Muppet inspired nail polishes from OPI (colors are: Wocka Wocka!, Excuse Moi!, Designer...de Better! and Warm & Fozzie).


To enter, just follow the instructions through the Rafflecopter.  If you have any problems, please email me at disneykatrina@gmail.com and we'll get it figured out!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Good luck!  And if you'd like to see more Disney posts, please check out Deb's Focused on the Magic!

So...what about you?  Do you have a favorite detail at Disney?  How about a favorite Muppet?
 
Katrina

25 comments:

  1. I have never noticed that security window before - will definitely check it out the next time!

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  2. Thanks for this!!! I have never noticed it before! Cant wait to point it out to my husband who loves the muppets!!

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  3. Rolf has always been my favorite Muppet. I'm not sure why, but I've always been a fan of the lesser known characters.

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  4. My girls loved the movie. I can't wait to take them to see it in 3D. My two also can't get enough of painting their nails.

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  5. I was so disappointed when my older children decided they didn't enjoy Muppet Vision 3-D anymore...but I'm very happy now that the two youngest are old enough to request it! Yeah!!!

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  6. I've known it was there, but have never taken the time to look. Maybe that's something Shane and I can do on our leisurely trip! ;)

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  7. One of my favorite memories was watching my 4 year totally freak over the Muppet Movie when the car crashes into the wall. I know I'm sick but she really thought it was real. On another note my youngest watched the original Muppet Show with my grandmother the last 6 months of her life and their nightly viewing has left me with many great memories of my 93 year old laughing at something she remembered from the first time and my 9 year old laughing for the first time.

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  8. Huge Muppets fans here. Just made Kermit cupcakes for my son's birthday over the weekend. Love the details that you captures at this location :)

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  9. Love the Muppets! It's a must see every time! The detail is amazing! Thanks for sharing and for joining in on the Disney WW blog hop fun today!

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  10. Raowlf is my favorite but Animal is a close second. Can't wait to see Muppets 3D again in October.

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  11. Oh! The Muppets! I know they're not fast or flashy like a roller coaster, but they are one of the highlights of every Disney trip. So glad they're making such a comeback, finally. Great post!

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  12. I love the details in that queue. I always feel like I see something new.

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  13. Katina, I've never seen this bit of WDW magic showcased so well. Thanks for your details. (And thanks again for 30 Days... :D)

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  14. I know it seems the easy way out, but Kermie will always pull on my heartstrings.

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  15. I have seen Muppets 3-D about a zillion times over the years but I still love it! And these details are great. I still remember showing my son the key under the mat - he thought that was just the coolest thing ever! Thanks for the memories this week!

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  16. We are headed to Disney at the end of this month for the first time!! Can't wait. I'll have to make sure to take the time to look at small details like this :)

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  17. I love the Muppets queue area, but have never noticed this! We will be definitely make sure to check it out next trip! Thank you for sharing!

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  18. Hmmm... detail, too many to think of a favorite right now. Muppet? Love them all, but am particularly fond of Gonzo and Pepe the Grand Prawn :)

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  19. I love the Muppets!! A few years ago I took my then 8 year old son to see the Muppets in Disneyland & he was like the who, what? Sad right?! But he knows now!!

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  20. thanks. I love the little details. like a net full of jello in the pre-show room

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  21. How cool! Love the Wanted posters. We didn't go to the Muppets in Hollywood Studios last time since our kids were too little and didn't know them. They have a similar ride at CA Adventure and I wonder if they have the same details. Will have to check...

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  22. Wow! They really do think of everything. I am SO excited about going!

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  23. I don't know that I've ever been to the Muppets 3D! Or if I have, it's been a LONG time. This is definitely a reason to check it out. I just love the little Disney touches!

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  24. I have never noticed the window and the key under the mat is hysterical. I love the Muppets, thanks ;-)

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  25. Favorite muppet is probably Miss Piggie. :)

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Thanks so much for saying "hello!" I like to know that I am not talking to myself :-)