There’s a lot to do in the Disney Parks. From attractions to eating, to meeting characters — it can be hard to carve out time for live shows.
Still, live shows are spectacular in Disney World, and we want to show some love to a few of our favorite underappreciated live shows. We’re not talking about Festival of Fantasy or Frozen Sing-Along today!
Here’s why you should definitely stop to see these shows!
1. Finding Nemo – The Musical
First up, we have Finding Nemo – The Musical. Plenty of guests walk right by this show every day, especially since seeing it means taking 40 minutes out of your park day. Still, it’s definitely worth the watch!
Not only are the puppets way cool, but the music in this show is all original for the production. And it was written by the songwriting team behind Frozen and Coco. Sign us up!
2. Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular
Okay, so it’s not like Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular is sitting empty all the time; plenty of people still go see it. But compared to some of the other shows in Disney World, this one doesn’t get as much love.
Seriously though, the Spectacular is one of the few remaining “movie magic” tributes in Hollywood Studios, and seeing the live stunts is so awesome. Plus, audience members even get a chance to join the action.
3. Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire
In Magic Kingdom, we’re showing our appreciation for Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire. It’s easy to overlook this show when the Castle is also the backdrop for Festival of Fantasy and Happily Ever After, but you really shouldn’t!
This show is especially great if you have little ones who love the characters. You’ll see Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, Tiana, Rapunzel, Flynn Rider, Anna, Elsa, and more! Phew!
4. UP! A Great Bird Adventure
And our absolute favorite underappreciated show in Disney World is Animal Kingdom’s UP! A Great Bird Adventure. This one is easy to walk by while you’re thinking about Expedition Everest, but we like to see this show as much as we can.
You’ll be awed by the choreography and control of the trained birds in the show. They fly right over your head! Plus, Dug and Russell from Up are there to help you learn about the different birds.
What Disney World shows do you think are underrated? Tell us in the comments!