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Memory Maker is a great souvenir that many choose to purchase for the Walt Disney World vacations. With Memory Maker, Guests to download all of their photos and fun videos that get taken during their Walt Disney World vacation. And for a limited time, there will be some unique new Animated Magic Shots that capture your vacation from a birds-eye point of view.
Guests looking for the unique offering will need to head to the East Plaza Garden at the Magic Kingdom. Here you’ll find a Disney PhotoPass photographer who will be able to assist you with capturing two one-of-a-kind photos and a super-zoom video from a unique angle above the theme park. Do keep in mind that this special photo offering is only available during daylight hours.
There are also three new birds-eye perspective videos that take place at select meet and greet opportunities. They can be found at the Mickey and Minnie meet and greet in the Adventurer’s Outpost at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, with Ariel in Ariel’s Grotto at the Magic Kingdom, and when meeting Anna at the Royal Summerhaus in Epcot.
The Magic Shots photos and video from this limited-time opportunity are part of Memory Maker, as well as the Memory Maker One Day package. Or you can purchase the individual photo downloads for $16.95 each. If you’re looking to purchase the videos, those can only be done by those who have purchased Memory Maker or Memory Maker One Day.These new offerings give you even more ways to get more out of your Memory Maker purchase.
For those who don’t know Memory Maker allows Guests to be able to have unlimited digital downloads of all your Disney PhotoPass photos and videos that are captured at more than 100 Walt Disney World Resort locations for the pre-purchase price of $169 and $199 if you buy it while on vacation or when you return home.
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