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“Toy Story Splash Zone” Waterplay Area for Kids Coming to Disney Cruise Line on Disney Wish

To “swim”-finity and beyond! Over the past several weeks, Disney Cruise Line has been releasing more and more information on their latest ship: Disney Wish. Today, we got a preview of a new Toy Story themed wet area for kids that they are calling the “Toy Story Splash Zone.”

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Toy Story Splash Zone is a water playground designed specifically for families with toddlers and small children. Here Woody, Buzz and friends will be reimagined as larger-than-life rubber bath toys that move and spray water at kids’ whim. Inspired by the Disney and Pixar short “Partysaurus Rex,” this bathtub-themed splash zone will combine the Old West of Woody’s Roundup with the intergalactic world of Buzz Lightyear, featuring two toddler-sized slides and pop jets, geysers and bubblers galore. 

This area will also include “Slide-a-saurus Rex” – a double-looping waterslide that sends guests plunging “down the drain” with the rest of the toys when the metaphorical bathtub overflows.

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Other features of this playful pool district will include Trixie’s Falls — a six-inch-deep wading pool with a small fountain and waterfall — and Wheezy’s Freezies, a smoothie bar serving up refreshing fruit blends for the perfect cool-down treat.

This isn’t the first time Toy Story has come to life on the seas with Disney Cruise Line. Disney Magic’s “Oceaneer’s Club” has been the home to “Andy’s Room” where kids can find a two-story version of Andy’s bed and slide down a Slinky Dog slide.

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  1. This concept art and the announcement of the toy story splash zone was made on the same day they did the rest of the cruise unveiling. For evidence, there are YouTube channels that talked about it weeks ago. Ex. The Mouse House and The Tourist Trek.

      1. Well, the article states, and I quote, “Today, we got a preview of a new Toy Story themed wet area…”

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