Disney On Ice Celebrates 100 Years of Magic {Review}

After experiencing our first family trip to Disney world last month – we were extremely excited to revisit Disney magic here in NYC, at Disney On Ice: 100 Years of Magic’s opening night at the Barclays Center

Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Disney on Ice celebrates 100 years of magic

As previously mentioned, the true joy in this performance is watching little eyes experience their favorite characters come to life in the most sensational ways.  Over 65 characters from 18 different beloved Disney stories captivated Lucia and Adrian for the entire performance duration.  Viewers were treated to action packed moments from The Lion King, and Disney/Pixar’s Finding Nemo, Toy Story and The Incredibles films. Little ones went crazy for Aladdin and his army of Genies, and the elaborate costumes in the Finding Nemo set. Lucia and Adrian were both excited to see glimpses of many Disney princesses, and we all loved the spirit in the It’s a Small World scene.  The finale incorporated all of the performers (and fireworks!)  – it was truly unforgettable. 

Disney on Ice Barclays

Disney On Ice Celebrates 100 Years Of Magic is a brilliantly executed delight.  The skating is phenomenal, the costumes are exquisite, and the stories are mesmerizing.  As in all Disney shows, the special effects and beautiful sets inject a truly magical element.  My family is grateful for another magical Disney moment right here in New York City. 

disney on ice celebrates 100 years of magic

To Discover more about Disney on Ice, visit www.disneyonice.com.

My family received tickets to the above show. As in all my reviews, opinions are strictly my own.  Image #1 via Disney on Ice

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  1. I felt the same way taking my children to plays, sporting events, and even to the movies. As much as I enjoyed the show my greatest joy was watching my kids’ faces. Looks like the Marino Bambinos had a great time!

  2. Katie Lynn says

    You sold me! I’m buying tickets. This sounds really great my kids would enjoy it!

  3. There are so many fun things in your city to enjoy! I’ll have to check and see if Disney on Ice performs anywhere else.

  4. oh my goodness my daughter would LOVE this show !! I’m taking her to Disney for the first time in the summer. I am so looking forward to it 🙂
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  5. I cannot wait until I can get to see Disney On Ice. It seems like great shows all the time.
    Feeling Jealous of you :p

  6. We’ve been and it is all about the kids loving it! Cute binoculars!

  7. I wanna jump into your blog! LOL I experience some of my biggest dreams through your posts. This sounds like a wonderful experience and one that I am sure your family would never forget.

    • So so kind Tami. We were really regretful to have the chance to attend this show – it was one of those stand-out experiences for the whole family. 🙂

  8. I have been looking at tickets, but the shows all run so late. I wish they planned an earlier start time for children!!

    • Kera – I agree! The show does start really late and we kept the kids up super late on school nights both times that we attended. But, it was one of those special late-night exceptions that rarely happen. Also – they have weekend tickets with an earlier start time.

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