Lighthouse’s Disney Animation: Immersive Experience Extended Through Summer In Nashville

Those in, around, and willing to travel to Nashville, Tennessee can experience Lighthouse Immersive’s Disney Animation experience, which has been extended by popular demand, now running through the summer into August.

What’s Happening:

  • More than 400,000 visitors have experienced the Lighthouse Immersive experience celebrating Disney Animation, proving that Nashville can’t get enough.
  • As such, by popular demand, the experience has been extended through August 13th, at the Lighthouse Artspace in Nashville, Tennessee. The exhibit was originally set to close on May 18th.
  • Disney Animation: Immersive Experience is an innovative celebration that takes you inside the greatest films of Walt Disney Animation Studios, from their very earliest, groundbreaking features to the beloved hit movies of today.
  • ‍Imagine stepping into the Casita with Mirabel from Encanto, being at Pride Rock as Rafiki presents Simba – surrounded by the animal kingdom as the sun rises. Imagine hopping on a train with Judy Hopps and going into Zootopia or taking a magic carpet ride with Aladdin and Jasmine, and so much more….

  • ‍Now you can step into the art and legacy of Walt Disney Animation Studios and celebrate the music, artistry and animation from the creators of Frozen, The Little Mermaid, Big Hero 6 and many more.
  • Originally announced back in October, the exhibit is featured in multiple cities, and celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Walt Disney Studios.
  • The exhibit brings to life the worlds of Walt Disney Animation Studios films in a way never seen before, allowing guests to literally step into the films and be immersed in the art and music of the iconic films from the studio.
  • Tickets for the experience start at $28.00 and are available for most dates now through August 13th, 2023. You can get tickets and see the available dates at their official site, here.
Tony Betti
Originally from California where he studied a dying artform (hand-drawn animation), Tony has spent most of his adult life in the theme parks of Orlando. When he’s not writing for LP, he’s usually watching and studying something animated or arguing about “the good ole’ days” at the parks.