Today we’re sharing the best hidden details of the World Showcase at Epcot!
Since Expedition Everest opened in 2006, it has been one of the most popular attractions at Walt Disney World. At this point, you probably know that the giant Yeti animatronic is broken and stuck on “B” mode, or that the coaster travels up to 50 miles per hour. So, let’s discuss some more unique facts about this ride!
IllumiNations first premiered in 1999, and had its final show on September 30, 2019. Today we’re sharing 8 final facts about this nighttime spectacular.
River Country opened in 1976 as Walt Disney World’s first water park, but closed permanently in 2001 and was left abandoned. We were able to capture some pictures of this park from a visit to Mickey’s Backyard BBQ at Fort Wilderness Campground.
The rainbow tunnel at Epcot’s Imagination Pavilion was once an icon – but after being left abandoned for 20 years, it is no longer open to guests. This post explores the history, abandonment, and final destruction of the beloved rainbow tunnel!
Big Thunder Mountain is an iconic attraction filled with hidden details, an intricate backstory, and several Hidden Mickey’s. Today we’re sharing five fun facts about the attraction!
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!
Disney parks stand out around the world for a variety of reasons, but one of the biggest has to be Disney’s attention to detail! There are hidden details all over the parks – from the windows, to the attractions, to even the bathrooms! Here are a few of our favorite hidden details of Hollywood Studios.
Disney’s eye for detail never fails! These Liberty Square fun facts detail the incredible historical accuracy of Magic Kingdom’s smallest land.
We’ve compiled a list of every Citizen of Hollywood at Disney’s Hollywood Studios since 1988. This list includes the name and photo of each Streetmosphere performer.