Buena Vista Street Names

Much like the windows and shops on Main Street U.S.A. at Disneyland Park, Buena Vista Street in California Adventure Park has shops with names that relate to something about Walt and his life. They are subtle though so not everyone gets the connections that are being made as they stroll down Buena Vista Street. Here are just a few of […]

Weekly Giveaway – Disney World MagicBand

This weeks giveaway is a MagicBand for the Walt Disney World Resort. It’s brand new and the winner can choose from a red, yellow, blue, green, or purple band. Can be used any time after being received for an future trips! All you have to do it enter the drawing below and the winner will be announced next Friday. By […]

Pixar Pier to Replace Paradise Pier – Sneak Peek!

Pixar Pier to replace Paradise Pier along with new names and lands. Summer 2018 will bring a transformed land for you to experience at Disney California Adventure® Park when Pixar Pier opens along the southern shore of Paradise Bay, with newly themed attractions, entertainment, foods and merchandise throughout. This new, permanent land in the area that is now Paradise Pier will introduce […]

Mickey’s 10 Commandments of Imagineering

When guests walk into a Disney theme park the best way to describe their experience is magical. But it doesn’t just happen that way by luck. A lot of time and effort goes into planning a new park, new land or even a shopping or dining experience. The men and women in charge of the planning and execution of these […]

Spaceship Earth Is More Than What It Seems

EPCOT’s geodesic ball, home to Spaceship Earth, is one of the most unique designs ever done at a Disney theme park. Originally a design of Buckminster Fuller, Disney Imagineering teams took it one step further to make it a reality and house an actual attraction inside. It’s made up for 4 levels, the very top being held up by the […]

Main Street U.S.A. Windows and Walt’s Apartment

The original design of Main Street U.S.A. at Disneyland included shops (as we see today) on both sides of the street leading towards the castle. They were based off of Walt’s own Marceline, MO town as well as designer Harper Goff’s Fort Collins, CO. Initially the shops featured windows that matched the real town’s feel but were changed when Walt […]