Thursday, January 28, 2010

Hoop - Dee - Doo Musical Revue

The Hoop - Dee - Doo Musical Revue is a show you must see! It's an old - fashioned, western style, all-you-can-eat (and drink) dinner show. It's in the Pioneer Hall at Fort Wilderness.

We've been several times over the years and we look forward to the show (and food) every trip. It's a must see for a first visit to WDW. 

No matter where you sit, the Pioneer Hall Players make you feel you have the best seat in the house. While they play, Cast Members serve your dinner in pails family style. It includes fried chicken, BBQ pork ribs, corn on the cob, salad, baked beans, and corn bread. Beverages including beer, wine & sangria are also included!

My son loves this meal because he gets to use his hands. They'll keep bringing more food out until you say you've had enough. Make sure you save room for the strawberry shortcake.
During the show every table gets a washboard to play. So many kids today have never even seen one. It's a good photo op!

This is a great show to see with several generations. There's something for everyone. My mother always gets a kick out of seeing the kids joining in the tribute to Davy Crockett and spinning our dinner napkins in the air.

They offer three dinner shows a night during the peak season. Make your dinner reservations up to 180 days prior to your visit. The early shows fill up fast. Buses run from the Ticket and Transportation center (TTC) to Fort Wilderness, then take an internal bus to Settlement Depot. Boat transportation is available from the Magic Kingdom, Contemporary Resort, and Wilderness Lodge to Fort Wilderness. Then it's just a short walk to Pioneer Hall. I allow 90 minutes from the time we leave our resort to get there. That allows us enough time for our group to have their photos taken outside the Hall.

I hope you enjoy this dinner show as much as we have over the years!

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