As Disney resorts stay closed until May and possibly longer, the theme parks are coming up with novel ways to keep guests entertained as they stay at home amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Disney World is offering a STEM-focused project, which enables theme park and Disney enthusiasts to explore the science behind the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The resort is also encouraging people to build their own coaster system at home and share videos and images with the #DisneyMagicMoments hashtag.
Disney is also sharing its recipes, allowing fans to learn how to make the likes of Disney Parks Churro Bites and other culinary favourites. Universal Orlando is also sharing the recipes of its much-loved treats, including the infamous confetti milkshake created at the Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen.
On its Facebook page, Legoland Florida is sharing activities, including word search puzzles and virtual build sessions, which teach children how to make a Lego sandwich. Visitors to Legoland Florida’s Facebook page can also go on a 360-degree virtual walk of the theme park.