Best Kept Secrets Of Disneyland: Hidden Attractions

Whether you have already visited Disneyland or have heard about the experience from your friends, you know that it is a magical place. It was founded back in 1955 by Walt Disney, and today, it is considered the most popular theme park in the world. Just under 20 million people visit Disneyland every year, which is, you have to admit, […]

Walt Disney World Fun Facts – Part 2

Fun Facts About Walt Disney World Part 2 If you missed the first part of the article check it out here! Not much needs to be said so let’s jump right back into the fun stuff! Here’s Walt Disney World Fun Facts Part 2: Trash Tour In part I of the article we talked about the underground tunnels (utilidors) underneath […]

Hollywood Tower Hotel – Porcelain In The Library

It’s a classic. The Hollywood Tower Hotel at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is a fan favorite and a must ride attraction. The Hotel opened in 1994 at the end of Sunset Blvd and has been producing some of the best screams ever since. The attraction features the tower itself and extensive grounds including old fountains, sculptures, and lots of shrubbery. Inside […]

One BIG Adventure – Thunder Mountain Railroad

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad made its debut at Disneyland Park in 1979 after extensive research including an outing adventure by Imagineers. Whereas the ride was originally going to be a stand alone attraction, it ended up replacing an existing one known as Mine Train Thru Nature’s Wonderland. The giant rock formation that grabs your attention stands 104 feet tall and […]

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 […]

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 […]