<3! I think this is my new favorite picture of me. ^_^
They’re giving these little cards out at the Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope meet-and-greet at The Magic of Disney Animation building in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
The cast members said that Ralph and Vanellope can’t do autographs, so these cards have their signatures on them.
Wreck-It Ralph kids’ menus are at Walt Disney World.
I checked two restaurants on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom, but neither of them had the Ralph menus.
I also asked at nearly all the nice restaurants around the World Showcase in Epcot, but only Le Cellier (Canada) had the Wreck-It Ralph ones. The outside of the menu is for Cinderella on Blu-Ray, but the inside is Wreck-It Ralph.
Wreck-It Ralph-themed stroller and wheelchair tags are at Walt Disney World.
I’ve seen them at Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Magic Kingdom only had Brave ones and we didn’t go to Animal Kingdom, so I don’t know if they have them there.
We went to Disney’s Hollywood Studios today and stumbled across the 2 Wreck-It Ralph Penny Press machines.
They’re located in the little open-air store close to the Backlot Tour/Catastrophe Canyon and across from the Honey I Shrunk the Kids Playground.
The two machines are next to each other and close to the cash registers on the inside.
One machine has Ralph, Vanellope, and King Candy and the other has the logo, Felix, and Calhoun.
My sister took pictures of them, I’ll upload them when I get a chance.
I went to Epcot tonight and was able to get the Wreck-It Ralph kids’ menus, I’ll scan them when I get home.
Anyway, I checked at nearly every nice restaurant in the World Showcase and only Le Cellier (the restaurant in Canada) had them, so now I’m joking that Ralph’s Canadian.
I’m here at Disney World until Saturday, and I had a few questions about some of the Wreck-It Ralph stuff here:
1. Everything I’ve seen online says that the Wreck-It Ralph Penny Presses are at Pizza Planet, but I did a quick runthrough of the bottom floor on Sunday and didn’t see them. Does anybody know if they’re on the second story or if/where they’ve been moved to?
2. Does anybody know what restaurants have the Wreck-It Ralph kids’ menus? I checked two at Magic Kingdom, but they just had Snow Buddies 2/Tinkerbell ones. I saw the Ralph menus sticking out of the back of someone’s stroller at Epcot, but I haven’t been back to check the restaurants there yet (possibly tomorrow).
3. I know about the castle show at Magic Kingdom, the concept art gallery, meet-and-greet, and the banners at the Animation area and the big poster in the street past Toy Story Midway Mania at Hollywood Studios, are there any other Ralph things I need to keep an eye out for at Disney World?
Thanks for any help you can give, I appreciate it! ^_^
Fix-It Felix, Sugar Rush, and Hero’s Duty Arcade Cabinets
Taffyta Muttonfudge’s Display Case
King Candy’s Display Case - My favorite concept art
Vanellope von Schweetz’s Display Case - My favorite concept art
Sugar Rush Display Case - Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | My favorite concept art #1 | My favorite concept art #2
Hero’s Duty Display Case - Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | My favorite concept art
Fix-It Felix Display Case - Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | John Lasseter Nicelander | Fix-It Felix’s Magic Hammer and Tool Belt | My favorite concept art
Characters in the Display Cases
The Two Pictures on the Gallery’s Walls
Wreck-It Ralph Posters and Advertisements at Disney World
These are all of the Wreck-It Ralph posters/advertisements I saw at Disney World.
The first one is located on every single bus. Ralph gets the spot closest to the bus driver. If you’re looking up when you enter the bus, it’s the first advertisement you see.
The second through the fifth pictures are all of a poster at Disney’s Hollywood Studios at different times of day. It’s a very large poster located on the side of the Voyage of the Little Mermaid building looking out towards the Animation Courtyard.
Amusingly enough, you can see it from at least 2 of the elevators on the Tower of Terror when the doors open and you look out into the park. I mentioned this to my sister and she said that Ralph was yelling at you to scream while you ride.
The last one was in The Magic of Disney Animation on a wall in the hallway leading out of the Wreck-It Ralph concept art gallery.