All month long Walt Disney World is offering a range of entertainment, photo backdrops, and treats to celebrate Women’s History Month!
At Magic Kingdom you can find 3 cupcakes: Madame Leota at Liberty Square Market (inspired by Leota Toombs), an “its a small world” cupcake at Friar’s Nook (inspired by Mary Blair), and at various carts on Main Street U.S.A. a Cinderella cupcake inspired by the mosaic created by Dorothea Redmond. While at All-Star Movies and Art of Animation resorts you can find Chorizo Arepas and a Mirabel Cupcake. All-Star Movies also has a Luisa Cake Pop and Encanto Cholado.
At Disney Springs you can find Nona’s Home-Style Meatballs and Carne Frita con Tostones at Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar, “The Passion of My Life” dessert at Amorette’s Patisserie, and a Lady Tano Pop at The Ganachery. There will also be a female DJ on the Waterside Stage (in front of World of Disney) every Friday and Saturday night showcasing female character songs and more female performers scheduled for various nights in March.
The Magic Mobile service has new passes to use for the month. And EPCOT has two exhibits, “Creating Tradition: Innovation and Change in American Indian Art” inside the American Adventure and “Rally of the Gazelles (Rallye Aï des Gazelles du Maroc)” in Morocco. The Garden Rocks concert series also features several female artists during March and throughout the Flower & Garden Festival.
Photo backdrops are all around Walt Disney World, Disney Springs and 20 hotels/resorts! Don’t forget to use the hashtag #CelebrateHERStory when you capture your photo.