This summer, Disney World is poised to enchant visitors with a plethora of new attractions and experiences that promise to add even more magic to the park. With Americans prioritizing summer vacations more than ever, Orlando ranks as the #3 most visited domestic destination, largely thanks to the allure of Disney World.

One of the most highly anticipated additions is Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, opening on June 28. This enchanting thrill ride, inspired by the beloved 2009 animated film *The Princess and the Frog*, will replace Splash Mountain while retaining its famous 50-foot drop. The ride promises to be a family favorite, featuring dozens of new Audio-Animatronic figures that bring the vibrant world of Princess Tiana to life.

In addition to Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, visitors will be thrilled with the reopening of the Country Bear Musical Jamboree, a fun reimagining of the classic show, now featuring country-style renditions of Disney songs performed by the always charming Audio-Animatronic bears.

Over at EPCOT, the multiyear transformation concludes with the debut of CommuniCore Hall and CommuniCore Plaza. These multipurpose spaces will host character meet-and-greets alongside other entertainment offerings, with an exclusive show inspired by *Encanto* kicking things off. It’s a long-awaited development that promises to breathe new life into the center of EPCOT.

Nighttime at Disney World will shine even brighter with the debut of *Disney Dreams That Soar*, a stunning drone display at Disney Springs running through September 2. This nine-minute show featuring 800 drones and a captivating musical score will depict classic Disney characters taking flight, offering an ear-friendly alternative to traditional fireworks.

Make sure to plan your summer visit to Disney World and take full advantage of these new experiences. Share your thoughts and excitement in the comments below – and don’t forget to share this magical news with your friends and family. For more details on these exciting updates, check out the original article from [The Wetumpka Herald](