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Disney Vacation Club Virtual Discovery Station Opens May 31st

Get ready for a brand new DVC preview center experience coming to the I4 and International Drive corridor in Orlando! As part of Disney’s Hollywood Plaza garage transformation, guests can visit an interactive Disney Vacation Club Virtual Discovery Station. This new preview experience features floor-to-ceiling screens that will transport you to your favorite resorts, theme parks, and more! Guests can step into the magic of a virtual 3D room tour and enjoy a variety of other videos and photo galleries.

The Disney Vacation Club Virtual Discovery Station will be part of a larger Walt Disney World Store. Guests will also be able to purchase a variety of Disney merchandise, as well as tickets from this new location.

You won’t be able to miss this new location, thanks to the state-of-the-art ribbon video display that wraps the building! Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and many other friends will take part in this impressive art display on the exterior of the Hollywood Plaza garage.

We will be sure to head over and share all this new Disney Vacation Club experience has to offer when it opens on May 31st. Stay tuned to DVC Fan, the DVC Fan Facebook Group, and The DIS for more information as it becomes available!

Paul Krieger

Amy and I are new Orlando, Florida residents where we live with our dogs Odie the greyhound and Hermès the Spanish galgo. We are DVC owners at Animal Kingdom Lodge, BoardWalk Villas, Grand Californian, Grand Floridian, and Polynesian, Disney World Annual Passholders, and love educating Disney Vacation Club members on how to both use and maximize the value of their DVC points!

One thought on “Disney Vacation Club Virtual Discovery Station Opens May 31st

  • Is this just to compliment what is available now, or will this be instead of seeing a real room? This sounds like a cool thing to check out, particularly if you are staying offsite. However, it’s not going to be the same at all as actually being able to see a real room, whether at the actual resort or a mock up one at a preview center. I would assume we will still be able to tour actual rooms, either at all resorts or at least of the actively selling ones? If I’m not buying sight totally unseen, like from home, I want to see a real thing and not a virtual one.

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