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Charting the Attractions at Africa (continued)

Charting the Attractions at Africa (continued)

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    Festival of the Lion King [A-2]       A-OK!

Animal Kingdom  - The Bird from Festival of the Lion King
Broadway-caliber
performance
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This colorful, dynamic pageant set to music from “The Lion King” features singers, dancers, acrobats, and floats, and really sets your hands to clapping! The 1,000-seat theater-in-the-round affords many great vantage points, but arrive early to sit down front. Try the first or last shows for shortest waits. Lots of audience participation and lots of fun! This theatre is fully air-conditioned. This show moved in 2014 from Camp Minnie-Mickey to Africa (see map on page 186). Outdoor queue is uncovered. No external video lights. Wheelchair accessible. Assistive listening. Alex’s ToddlerTip: :) Allie’s KidTip: “If you sit in the front you might get asked to play music!” TweenTip: “Try to make the animal sounds.”

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Live Show

E-Ticket

Ages 3 & up

30 min. live show

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    Wildlife Express Train to Rafiki's Planet Watch (closing October 20) [C-1]      A-OK!

This attraction is slated to close October 20, 2018. All aboard! This train at Harambe station is the only route into or out of Rafiki’s Planet Watch (formerly called Conservation Station). Enjoy a ringside glimpse of the park’s backstage animal care areas. A guide describes the sights as the train chugs slowly along the track. As always, Disney’s eye for detail shines forth around Harambe Station and onboard the train. The best seats are in the front row. Note: Everyone must disembark at Rafiki’s Planet Watch. Themed, outdoor queue is mostly covered. Wheelchair accessible. Assistive listening. Alex’s ToddlerTip: A Allie’s KidTip: “Sit in the front row of the train to see better.”

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Train Ride

B-Ticket

Glimpses of backstage

All ages

15 min. train ride

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Ainsley pettng a goat at Rafiki's Planet Watch petting zoo
Petting a goat at
Rafiki's
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This attraction is slated to close October 20, 2018. This is the park’s most remote and most under-appreciated attraction, a must-visit for animal lovers of all ages. Formerly called Conservation Station, it was renamed and jazzed up with live animal encounter shows, more hands-on activities, and visits from Rafiki. The 5-min. walk from the train station to Rafiki’s Planet Watch is interspersed with fun, conservation-themed exhibits and activities. See short films, use interactive video displays, and relax in darkened rain forest “soundscape” booths. View the park’s nursery and veterinary hospital. Enjoy the cleanest, most animal-friendly petting zoo anywhere (it even has a hand-washing fountain at the exit). The Wildlife Express Train from Harambe is the only way into or out of Rafiki’s Planet Watch. Wheelchair accessible. Assistive listening. Alex’s ToddlerTip: :) Allie’s KidTip: “Look for the fishes, lizards, and frogs. And go to the petting farm!”

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Exhibit

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Backstage, educational fun

All ages

90 min. exhibit

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Top Photo Slice: Animal sign above entrance to Rafiki’s Planet Watch (℗ 1720) Photo contributed by © bradk



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          RE: Rafiki's Planet Watch (closing October 20)

          Rafiki's is only closing temporarily.

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