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.
In 1966, Walt Disney presented his plans for EPCOT, the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow, and showed an accompanying film that started the rumors that the city would be built under a 50-acre dome
Did you know that Donald Duck and his nephews prevented a patent from being filed? In 1949, they saved Scrooge McDuck's ship using a proprietary technique that wasn't attempted by anyone else for 15 years!
Looking for Adventureland secrets, hidden gems, or trivia? From old Hollywood Studios props to shrunken heads, this land is filled with incredible details that any Disney fan can appreciate. Whether you've been to the parks once or one hundred times, there's always something new to discover!
These aren't your average Walt Disney World facts. Read on to find out 10 unique facts about WDW that we guarantee you didn't know!
Did you know you used to be able to surf on the Seven Seas Lagoon? Sadly, the wave machine now sits abandoned on a forgotten island of the lagoon.
The construction of the Tower of Terror took 2.5 years, a team of imagineers, and more creativity and innovation than you could ever imagine.
We are all familiar with the worldwide Disney parks, but did you know there were plans for five more Disney parks that were never built? These parks include Disney's America, Port Disney, Riverfront Square, MGM Europe, and WestCOT.