Celebrate ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ With Two NEW Experiences in Animal Kingdom

We’re just over a week away from the debut of Raya and the Last Dragon on Disney+ and in theaters on March 5th!

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And, you can celebrate the upcoming release of the film with a bunch of new experiences across Disney’s Animal Kingdom!

Over at the Discovery Island Stage, you can find a 40-ton sand sculpture decorated with Raya and the Last Dragon characters! We’ve kept our eye on the progress of the massive sand sculpture in progress throughout the weekend…

‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ sand sculpture in progress!

…as the artists began to carve the various sections of the display before its grand debut today on February 22nd.

Raya and the Last Dragon Sand Sculpture

After days of work, we are STARSTRUCK by the gorgeous outcome of the Raya and the Last Dragon Sand Sculpture! The intricate details and pop of color on the film’s logo are an extremely fun way to celebrate the film before its release.

Raya and the Last Dragon Sand Display

You can even learn how to draw some of the characters from the film over at the Animation Experience at the Conservation Station in Disney’s Animal Kingdom!

Raya and the Last Dragon Animation Experience

Guests are able to learn how to create characters like Tuk Tuk from Disney artists so they can take home their own DIY masterpiece.

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The showtimes run at the Conservation Station in 45-minute increments, starting at 10 AM and ending at 4:45 PM.

Show Times

As you make your way around Disney’s Animal Kingdom, you can even find themed treats in honor of Raya and the Last Dragon! At the Anandapur Ice Cream Truck, you can find the very colorful and magical Mighty Mist Soft-Serve Ice Cream that’s a swirl of strawberry and vanilla ice cream on a cone dipped in blue-colored white chocolate and rolled in sparkling sugar for $5.49.

Mighty Mist Soft Serve

Dino Bite Snacks has more ice cream treats with the Baby Tuk Tuk Ice Cream Sundae! This dessert is whipped up with chai spiced caramel cake, chai caramel sauce, vanilla ice cream, green tea cake crumbs, salted caramel crispy pearls, and an edible image of Baby Tuk Tuk for $6.99.

Baby Tuk Tuk Ice Cream Sundae

Last, but not least, the Baby Tuk Tuk Mousse at the Isle of Java and Creature Comforts packs a LOT of five-spice mousse on a chocolate cake with a chocolate velvet shell and crispy chocolate pearls for $5.99.

Baby Tuk Tuk Mousse

We’re all the more excited to finally watch Raya and the Last Dragon next month! And, we’ll be sure to keep you updated with any other themed treats, entertainment, and merchandise we find in Disney World soon.

Take a look at the Annual Passholder perks available in Disney’s Animal Kingdom!

Will you be watching Raya and the Last Dragon? Let us know in the comments below!

Rachel Franko has been going to Disney Parks since she was a baby, and her love of Disney has only grown into a SLIGHT obsession since! She's been writing for AllEars since 2019 and loves sharing the magic with all the readers. When she's not writing, you can catch her heading to Disney and Universal Studios with a heart full of dreams and a backpack full of themed ears!

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