Ayesha Curry very A variety of cooking shows on Wednesdays. Hosted by rats!
The 32-year-old cookbook author and her daughters Riley, 9, and Ryan, 6, ventured into Disney World’s most anticipated new ride, Remy’s. Ratatouille adventure, and screamed through the kitchen of the famous Gusteau’s restaurant. The attraction, located in Epcot’s France He Pavilion, will open to the public on Friday, October 1, as part of the resort’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
The trip to the park was a first for the mother of three — she and her NBA star husband Stephen Curry, who also share three-year-old son Cannon — who has been to Disneyland in California. I’ve been there, but tell PEOPLE that this is her first visit. A magical place on earth. ”
“Now with my daughters, it’s so special to be able to experience this through their eyes,” she told PEOPLE. “They are the perfect age to experience all the rides.” They’re tall enough to ride everything, and it’s incredible to see their eyes light up and experience all the magic in the air here in the park.”
Remise Ratatouille First announced in November 2018, Adventure already exists in Disneyland Paris, but has been reimagined for Orlando Park. It was originally scheduled to open in 2020, but was postponed amid prolonged resort closures during the pandemic.
This family-friendly attraction combines automated rides with 3D and other special effects, allowing guests to shrink to the size of a mouse and explore Paris with Lemmy and other familiar faces from the hit Disney Pixar films. Run through.
But even Ryan is already brave enough for the park’s bigger thrills, like Disney Studios’ Aerosmith Rock’n Roller Coaster, according to Ayesha.
“My youngest, a 6-year-old, rode it and rode it like a champ. We rode it twice,” she says of the fan-favorite coaster. “Just seeing her thrills made me feel like I got a little thrill seeker! Let’s go!”
When asked who in her family is most hesitant about coasters, she admits: The firm, timid cat in our family. We all want to at least try it.
While it’s impossible to try all Disney foods in one visit, our chefs have found their favorite bites right next door to Remy’s. Creperie,” she says. “Amazing fruit crepes, chocolate crepes, Brie she has crepes. Just to die for.”
Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, Le Creperie, and the rest of Epcot’s French Pavilion open to the public on Friday to kick off the resort’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
The event will also premiere two new nighttime spectacles: Disney Enchantment at the Magic Kingdom and Harmonious at Epcot, which made its surprise debut Wednesday night. Cinderella’s Castle has also already been dressed up in gold belts for the occasion, and Mickey, Minnie, and friends will soon be wearing new outfits in their signature “EARidescent” palette.
Visit disneyworld.com for a complete list of special anniversary events, attractions and attractions.