What is DreamWorks Destination?
Billed as a “first-of-its-kind interactive character experience,” DreamWorks Destination allows guests to meet-‘n-greet, take photos, and, even, dance with a coterie of DreamWorks Animation characters, including from the Trolls, Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar, and Shrek movies. They come out in two different sets of three, along with some dancing-human counterparts, and perform on a circular stage, with character posters and the iconic DreamWorks logo (that’s the boy fishing off of the crescent moon) providing the background. Audiences get to watch – and move along – all around the performers.
Additionally, there are three selfie spots arrayed nearby the show building, where visitors can snap a photo against a backdrop that’s themed to one DreamWorks property or another: the film Spirit Untamed or the television shows Trolls: TrollsTopia and Gabby’s Dollhouse.
Where is DreamWorks Destination located?
DreamWorks Destination – height restrictions and other factors
DreamWorks Destination is accessible to all. Express Pass access is not offered, as this is an open play area with no queue.
What are the showtimes for DreamWorks Destination?
If you do the whole experience, be prepared to stay for over an hour. Three different character sets come out in rotating, 20-minute segments. Check the app for specific daily showtimes.
What was DreamWorks Destination’s premiere date?
May 28, 2021
DreamWorks Destination – OI fun fact
DreamWorks Destination replaced A Day in the Park with Barney.
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