On April 15 at Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Lucasfilm and the Walt Disney Company released new details, concept art, and even shared a video about the creation of the highly anticipated Star Wars lands coming to Disneyland and Walt Disney World in 2019. Continue reading New Details on Star Wars Land from Star Wars Celebration
The lovable and loyal droid from The Force Awakens has finally arrived at Walt Disney World! After a few months in Hong Kong Disneyland, BB-8 debuted at Disney’s Hollywood Studios recently at the Star Wars Galactic Nights event. Continue reading BB-8 Now Meeting Guests at Walt Disney World
If you have visited the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in recent years, you may have noticed that Tomorrowland is not quite as futuristic as it was when the park first opened in 1971. The last fifteen years have seen additions from films like Toy Story, Monsters, Inc., and Lilo and Stitch, but Tomorrowland is still lacking the futuristic thrill that its international counterparts have.
If you’ve traveled to Walt Disney World in recent years, you may have noticed growing crowd sizes–more hotels to house people but not enough park space to put them. The new additions of Star Wars Land and Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Pandora at Disney’s Animal Kingdom is a good start, but for years, Guests have been hoping and wishing (maybe even begging) for a new park… and it looks like Disney has finally answered our prayers. Continue reading A New Park Announced for Walt Disney World Resort
There’s no denying it: Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World is slowly becoming Disney’s Star Wars Studios. Continue reading Star Wars: Galactic Nights at Hollywood Studios Announced
It’s no lie: if you’ve ever visited Disney’s Animal Kingdom down at Walt Disney World, you may have found it a bit lacking. While it is the largest of all of the theme parks that encompass Walt Disney World (580 acres to be exact), it also seems to lack a feeling of that Disney magic. For animal lovers, it can be a sort of mecca, but for others who are there to experience pixie dust, movie magic, and the Mouse, it tends to be a bit lack luster and warrants only half a day to see everything it has to offer. Now it seems a change is on the horizon.
It’s safe to say that Disney has neglected their water parks over the years. With River Country having closed down indefinitely in 2001, Walt Disney World was left with only two water parks: Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon.
But it looks like Typhoon Lagoon is getting a bit of a face lift when the newest addition (and longest ride at any of the water parks!), Miss Adventure Falls, arrives on March 12th. Continue reading Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon’s Newest Ride Brings Back Long Lost Movie