Disney Music Monday: Main Street Electrical Parade

Some of my favorite Disney parks music comes from the great parades I’ve seen over the years. I especially love the music from the nighttime parades. The upbeat music of the Main Street Electrical Parade can always bring a smile whether you’re hearing it as you watch the parade at Magic Kingdom or even if […]

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Fastpass To History: Veggie Veggie Fruit Fruit

Over the years, Epcot has hosted many wonderful attractions which sadly are not longer a part of the theme park. Kitchen Kabaret, located in The Land pavilion, was one of the opening day attractions at Epcot Center in 1982. Sponsored by Kraft Foods, the attraction used singing animatronic foods to educate guests about the importance […]

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Disney Music Monday: Carousel Of Progress

The Disney parks are filled with wonderful Disney music. Some of the songs come from Disney films, while other songs were written specifically for an attraction. My favorite Disney park song, There’s A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow, was written especially for The Carousel of Progress. Disney was asked to design a show to be part of […]

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Fastpass To History: Discovery Island - Treasure Island

You may know Discovery Island as one of the lands at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. But did you know there was at one time another Discovery Island at Walt Disney World? Located in Bay Lake is an 11.5 acre island. Its history began long before Walt Disney World was even thought of. In the early 1900’s, […]

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Honey I Shrunk The Audience

Honey, I Shrunk The Audience was one of my favorite attractions at Epcot. Guests would attend the Inventor of the Year Award ceremony at the Imagination Pavilion. Wayne Szalinski was the honoree at this special ceremony. You may remember him from the Honey, I Shrunk The Kids films. This attraction was sponsored by Kodak and […]

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The Original WDW Resorts - The Contemporary

When Walt Disney World first opened in 1971, there were only three resorts on the property. Do you know which are the three original resorts? When I found out there were only three resorts open in 1971, I naturally assumed it was the three monorail resorts near the Magic Kingdom. However, those are not the […]

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Skyway

I remember seeing the Skyway stretching across the Magic Kingdom when I was young. It was always so interesting to watch the gondolas travel in the air above Fantasyland. Although I can’t remember for sure if I ever rode the Skyway (but I think I may have), I do have a few great memories of […]

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Lilo & Stitch

Stitch is my absolute favorite Disney character. I love seeing him in the Disney parks and having breakfast with him at ‘Ohana! One of my favorite things about Stitch is that I actually got to see the Disney animators at work creating  Lilo & Stitch! Years ago, the Orlando branch of Walt Disney Animation was […]

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Spaceship Earth

Many people, even if they haven’t been to Walt Disney World, know Spaceship Earth as the symbol of Epcot. But this giant “golf ball” is more than just a park icon; This 18 story geodesic sphere houses an omnimover attraction which takes guests back in time for a look at the history of communication. Over […]

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Remember The Magic

In 1996, Walt Disney World celebrated its 25th anniversary with the castle decorated as a giant pink cake. Also as part of that celebration, the Remember The Magic Parade debuted at Magic Kingdom on October 1, 1996. The parade featured many of our favorite Disney characters and was, of course, led by Sorcerer Mickey. The […]

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