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10 Ways Walt Disney World Has Changed Over the Years

8. The addition of new resort hotels When Disney World opened nearly 50 years ago in October of 1971, it did so with only three resort hotels available for accommodations. They were Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground. To say the number of hotels at Disney has increased is an understatement. Over ...

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10 Ways Walt Disney World Has Changed Over the Years

9. The addition of new lands inside the theme parks Not only have Disney Imagineers created new theme parks at Disney World—they’ve also created new lands within those parks over the years. Just since 2014, Disney World has seen the addition of three new lands. The New Fantasyland expansion opened to the public in 2014 at Magic Kingdom. Then in ...

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10 Ways Walt Disney World Has Changed Over the Years

10. The creation of multiple theme parks When Walt Disney World opened in October of 1971, Magic Kingdom was the only theme park. When the resort opened, Guests could only visit Magic Kingdom, and it was fabulous! But in the fall of 1982, Walt Disney World opened EPCOT—Disney’s Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow. Then in May of 1989, the resort ...

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10 Ways Walt Disney World Has Changed Over the Years

Ask most Disney World fans and they’ll tell you they can’t imagine a more perfect version of the most magical place on earth. That’s because Disney World takes very seriously the job of continually improving and evolving to always offer Guests an unmatched experience in every way. And thanks to their efforts, most changes at Disney World have proven to ...

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10 Tips and Secrets for Park Hopping at Walt Disney World

5. Plan for the unexpected. While Disney World is undeniably the most magical place on earth, there are still things that happen that can threaten the magic in your day—unless you’re prepared. It rains frequently in central Florida, especially in the spring and summer months. Some of those rainstorms include that pesky lightning, and while many things remain in operation ...

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