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Visiting Disney World This Weekend? Be Aware of Road Closures

Every year, Disney World hosts a number of exciting runDisney events from the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, the Wine and Dine Half Marathon Weekend, the Princess Half Marathon Weekend, and more. All events are incredibly popular and bring a lot of Guests to Walt Disney World, but the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend in January is the most popular. ...

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Disney World Is Offering BIG Savings to Guests This Spring!

Art of Animation Resort

Disney World is currently celebrating its momentous 50th Anniversary — with new shows, new merchandise, and a ton of great new food being introduced at the Resort. The 50th Anniversary celebration will run for 18 months, wrapping up in March 2023, which means that there is still a ton of time to make your way down to the Sunshine State ...

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Hong Kong Disneyland to Shut Down Due to COVID

Some Disney Parks have had it worse than others when it comes to closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Walt Disney World Resort in Florida was only closed for a few months before it was able to open again. Disneyland Resort in California was closed for more than one year, but was able to open in April 2020 and has ...

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One Disney World Restaurant Has a $137 Cocktail

If you are a foodie who loves indulging in a delicious meal at an upscale restaurant, then Walt Disney World Resort may just be your heaven. Not only can you find a number of beautiful sit-down spots in Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, EPCOT, and Hollywood Studios, but some of the most amazing spots lay inside Disney hotels. One of the ...

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Expedition Everest Is Officially Closed For A Long Refurbishment

Expedition Everest

Visiting Walt Disney World Resort in January is a great choice for Guests who want cooler temperatures and lighter crowds. After the new year starts, kids are back in school and vacations have been taken, so the crowds are considerably smaller — barring the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend and the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. While this time of ...

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Disney No Longer Has the Exclusive Rights to Winnie the Pooh, But He Isn’t Going Anywhere

On January 1, 2022, Winnie-The-Pooh — written by A.A. Milne and published in 1926 — officially entered the public domain — which means that Disney no longer has exclusive rights to the material. Winnie-The-Pooh introduced audiences around the world to Christopher Robin and his friends in The Hundred Acre Wood — Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Rabbit, Kanga, Roo, and Owl. Tigger was ...

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