The Destination D event will be held at the Walt Disney World Resort in November, celebrating the 90th birthday of Mickey Mouse, with a two-day party honoring the “leader of the club.”
Disney fans can also celebrate the 20th anniversary of Disney’s Animal Kingdom with a special in-park event next April.
The club will invite members to experience the new Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Pixar Pier at Disney California Adventure park. In addition, D23 will bring back its signature Sip & Stroll and holiday events at Walt Disney World.
D23 members can attend screenings of “Peter Pan,” “Robin Hood,” and “Mary Poppins”—as well as Lunch with a Disney Legend at both the Burbank Studio lot and Walt Disney World.
Exclusive tours of the Walt Disney Studios return, and members will be able to see “Frozen” on Broadway and “Aladdin” in Los Angeles. And D23 will bring members to Marceline, Mo. to see Walt Disney‘s boyhood home, the inspirations for Main Street, U.S.A.
The name D23 is short for D for Disney and 23 for 1923—the year Walt Disney founded the company. Memberships, which start at $74.99 a year, include Disney twenty-three (a quarterly publication), yearly gifts, events, exclusive merchandise offers, and discount and early access to the D23 Expo fan convention.