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10 Things We Wish Walt Disney World Would Bring Back

In the 50 years since Walt Disney World first opened, it has undergone many changes. Since 1971, three new theme parks, multiple Disney resort hotels, the Disney Springs district and endless new possibilities to experience the magic have been added to the Disney World resort. And while we love the additions to the parks, sometimes they come at the cost ...

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8 Things to Do This Summer at Walt Disney World

If you’ve been thinking of taking a trip to the most magical place on earth, there’s no time like this summer to do exactly that! The Walt Disney World Resort continues to add new attractions, new shows and new rides to its repertoire. The best thing about it is that Disney World doesn’t make Guests wait years for something new ...

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8 Things You’ll Love About Pepe’ by Jose Andres at Walt Disney World

There’s a new hot spot at Disney Springs and it’s already very popular among Guests and visitors to the dining, entertainment and shopping district at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. On March 17, 2019, Pepe’ by Jose Andres welcomed its first patrons through the doors. And just like a similar hotspot  location in Washington, D. C., this place ...

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Walt Disney World’s 10 Most Monumental Days in History

In addition to other things like creating the first full-length animated feature in 1937 and building and opening Disneyland in 1955, Walter Elias Disney had another project in mind. It was called simply “The Florida Project.” Once Disneyland was open and wowing thousands upon thousands of Guests, Walt began work on another theme park—this time in the swamplands of central ...

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One-Day Plan for Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

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There are more than 30 attractions across six different lands at Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World in Florida. And that doesn’t include the park’s amazing shows and other magical entertainment! Read among the comments below many internet posts about the park, and you will almost certainly see seasoned Disney World visitors urging newbies to allot two days of ...

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What We Know So Far About Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Walt Disney World

Star Wars fans have been anxiously awaiting the completion and opening of the new Star Wars-themed land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios—Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. The opening date has been announced and the excitement is palpable! If you’re planning to visit the new land this year, there are a few things we think you’d like to know. Here is a list ...

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Top 15 Must-Do Attractions at Walt Disney World

Is there such a thing as a “don’t-do” attraction at Walt Disney World? Nah, we don’t think so either, but since there are only so many park hours in a day, we thought it might be helpful to shed some light on a few of the attractions that you just absolutely have to experience when you visit the most magical ...

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A One-Day Plan for Epcot at Walt Disney World

Hooray! You’re headed to Disney World! But this time, you’ve only got one day to spend, and you’ve decided to spend it at EPCOT. How do you make the most of your day? Which attractions will most likely require a FastPass+? And how do you put it all together to make a fun and “productive” day in the park? Try ...

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8 Ways to Get Your Snow White Fix at Walt Disney World

The world was forever changed in 1937 when Walt Disney unveiled the first-ever feature-length animated film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. And if the princess with lips red as the rose and hair black as ebony is among your favorites, then you’ll be pleased to know that you’ll have lots of opportunities to get your Snow White fix when ...

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8 Ways to Get Your Cinderella Fix at Walt Disney World

When it comes to timeless “Disneyana”, all-time Disney magic and the essence of the Disney Princess, you just don’t get more classic than the stepdaughter-turned-servant Cinderella. Cinderella was one of Disney’s first princesses, and her story is one that transcends time and culture; after all, most of us have identified with her plight at one time or another. But we ...

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