New Pixar-Themed Childcare Experience Debuts April 13 at Contemporary Resort

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Bring your children to the Contemporary Resort starting April 13th to take part in a new and immersive experience, playing off the beloved Pixar theme! Every night, kids ages 4-12 will take part in an adventure with their favorite characters from DisneyPixar’s Toy Story and The Incredibles!

They will start with Space Ranger Training where the kids will learn how to recognize and battle their enemies of the Star Command. They’ll then join Woody’s Roundup and learn the ropes of the Wild West with none other than our favorite Cowboy & Cowgirl duo, Woody and Jessie. During the Piston Cup Challenge, youngsters will be able to build a race car and take it for a spin on the Radiator Springs Racetrack. To top the night off, they’ll dance the night away at the Incredible Dance Party with Mr. and Mrs. Incredible! Included in this Pixartastic night, games, dinner, and desserts will be available!

This night full of fun will open doors for registration at 5PM and the night will last from 6:00-10:30PM for a fee of $65 per child (plus tax). Please only register children who are fully potty trained! While your kids are occupied, parents get to enjoy their own kid free night at the Walt Disney World Resort.

This new announcement comes after Walt Disney World announced it’d be closing all remaining resort childcare centers. We’ll keep you updated with information and registration details when they become available!

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  • I just don’t get the idea of paying more money to NOT spend time with your kids at Disney World. I’d pay $65 for my kid, but would want to stay and have fun with him too, because this sounds like a pretty fun experience.

    • Some parents want to go have a nice meal at one of the signature restaurants. I see nothing wrong with sending kids to a club where they can have fun too.

  • The Pixar Pier daycare sounds worse then my daycare that lets kids get drunk and sells them to salt mines after they turn into donkeys. This wont last