Ever wondered what happened to the River Country, the original water park at Walt Disney World? Disney abandoned in 2005 and left it to rot and decay. In this article we share five fast facts about the park!
There's a reason that Disney's nighttime shows are called "spectaculars", and it's because they truly are spectacular! But, do you know how much work, time, and money goes into these shows? In this article we share five facts about nighttime entertainment at Walt Disney World!
Disney allows very few third party ticket suppliers to sell discounted tickets to Disney parks. Today we're answering your FAQ's about discount ticket suppliers.
Disney's eye for detail never fails! These Liberty Square fun facts detail the incredible historical accuracy of Magic Kingdom's smallest land.
Many of the buildings in Disney's Hollywood Studios were inspired by real-life places in Los Angeles, Hollywood, and other famous spots!
WestCOT was the planned expansion for Disneyland in the 1990s. Never built, it would have featured the seven wonders of the world and revamped attractions.
In this article we exploring some of the backstories of your favorite Disney World attractions to give you new insight into these unique attractions.
The Skyway at Magic Kingdom was open for 28 years, closing in 1999. Coming soon is a new and improved "Disney Skyliner" connecting parks and resorts!
In August 1971 the attraction "If You Had Wings" opened in Tomorrowland. It was sponsored by Eastern Air Lines and was open for 15 years.
Walt first dreamed up the idea for Disneyland at Griffith Park, watching his daughters on the merry-go-round. As years went on, his dreams got bigger and bigger. In this article and video, we’ll take you through the history of Walt and his dreams - from Mickey Mouse, to Disneyland, to Walt Disney World.