Guests can celebrate Earth Day 2019 by participating in ‘Party for the Planet’ activities at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, April 20 – April 22, 2019.
Earth Day is on April 22, 2019.
FYI: Disney’s Animal Kingdom opened 21 years ago on Earth Day, April 22, 1998.
Party for the Planet is a fun and festive way to connect with nature and be inspired to protect our planet through a variety of special offerings at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, including opportunities to explore the nature and wildlife of the park.
Guests visiting during Earth Month 2019 can pick up a 2019 Party for the Planet Times Guide when entering the park to help plan your the day. While at the Oasis, guests can also select one of 10 different animal cut-outs and they are encouraged to take photos for sharing on social media using the hashtag #DisneyAnimals.
Connect with nature and wildlife at this annual Earth Day – Earth Month event from April 1 – April 30, 2019. Watch the video here.
Discover a variety of enhanced park offerings during this glorious celebration, including:
- A Special Welcome Celebration for Earth Month – See the festive kick-off for Party for the Planet on April 20th in front of the Tree of Life, featuring music, dancers and some of your favorite Disney Characters!
- Exclusive Disney PhotoPass Opportunities ̶ Throughout the park, you’ll find Disney PhotoPass frames that are part of the “Reverse the Decline” campaign and highlight animals supported by the Disney Conservation Fund.
- Special Wilderness Explorers Badge Location ̶ Wilderness Explorers will have a special limited-time badge location helping Guests learn how to better connect with nature while on vacation―and once they return home.
Plus, look for special merchandise, a special-edition lunch menu at Tiffins, themed treats throughout the park and new Penny Press designs celebrating the Disney Conversation Fund—all available for a limited time.
And, there will be special characters at the meet and greet locations:
Final Note: DAK has been mobbed in the early mornings because of Pandora. It’s better to arrive at DAK mid- to late-morning, after 10am, to avoid long wait lines at the main entrance.
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Have a magical day!