Disney On Ice: Worlds of Enchantment is the perfect family activity! They have a little bit of something for everyone whether you have a princess, a Cars fanatic or just love some good Disney entertainment.
This post is sponsored by Disney On Ice. All thoughts and opinions are 100% mine.
Last March, my daughter and I got to go to the Disney On Ice: Dare to Dream show and we absolutely loved it! I was so excited when I got invited to come see the Worlds of Enchantment show this month at the Vivint Smart Home Arena, especially because I knew it was something my entire family would enjoy. (Plus we were missing Disneyland!)
We went to a fun pre-show event put on by the STEM Action Center of Utah where the kids learned a little about flight and then made their own paper airplanes. They had fun decorating them and then they flying them around.
Then we had a fun visit from Minnie and Mickey Mouse! My youngest was so excited and kept trying to run over to them the whole time we were in line (until of course, it was our turn, then she got shy).
The show itself was amazing! They started off with an introduction from Mickey and friends, then they moved into a condensed version of Toy Story 3. It was so fun to see all the characters out on the ice, especially Slinky Dog and Bullseye, who my kids thought for sure were machines and not people skating around. My kids were jamming to the music and dancing in (and sometimes out of) their chairs.
Next we got to see The Little Mermaid, complete with amazing costumes, dance numbers and good conquering evil.
After a brief intermission, we came back and enjoyed watching characters from the movie Cars. There wasn’t much of a story line for this part of the show, but there were references to the town of Radiator Springs and watching SIX cars out on the ice was pretty neat! I have no idea how they didn’t bump into each other.
To finish off the show, we saw Elsa, Anna, Christoff, Olaf and Prince Hans. There were some pyrotechnics and other special effects which surprised and delighted my kids. We got to see one of my favorite songs from Frozen (“Summer”) performed by Olaf, dancing flowers and bees. The skating, of course, was so beautiful and I’m always so impressed with the talent of the skaters.