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    Walt Disney World Files New Permits for Tron and Ratatouille Attractions

    Disney has filed more permits for several of the new Walt Disney World attractions that were announced at the D23 Expo, including the Tron Lightcycle Power Run Rollercoaster and new Main Street theater coming to Magic Kingdom, plus the Ratatouille attraction coming to the France Pavilion at Epcot. The Magic Kingdom permit is short on […]

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    5 Reasons You Should Go on a Backstage Magic Tour

    Wow! I just pulled out my laptop after an amazing day at Walt Disney World, after I just experienced the Backstage Magic Tour! This 7-hour tour is a special ticketed event for $275.00 per person that guests over 12-years-old have the benefit of experiencing. During the tour you’ll see a close up look at the incredible engineering […]

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    Monorail to Magical Dining: Highway in the Sky Dine Around

    The biggest draw for us on our recent trip to Walt Disney World was a chance to experience the Epcot Food & Wine Festival. But when Disney announced the Highway in the Sky Dine Around, we knew that dinner via the monorail would perfectly complement our time tasting around the world. The Highway in the […]

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    Will Hall of Presidents Open Before the End of the Year?

    Shortly after President Trump’s inauguration, many Walt Disney World park goers became curious of when his audio animatronic representation would be added to the iconic Hall of Presidents attraction in the Magic Kingdom. Earlier this year, we were given the rough time frame of “Late 2017.” As we approach the end of the year and […]

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    Disneyland vs. Magic Kingdom: Main Street USA

    I grew up going to the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World. Like Walt himself, I love the feeling of nostalgia. I feel it going to Walt Disney World, but in one land more than any other, I feel it in Main Street U.S.A. This past Summer I traveled to the park that started it all, Disneyland. […]

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    Highlights of the 2017 Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

    Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration Located on the forecourt stage in the Magic Kingdom is the worst musical production put on by any Disney park I’ve ever been too. I am sorry to those that like this show, but I just don’t get it. In comparison to the Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular Show, which is the main stage […]

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    Disney After Hours Event Dates Extended

    Dates for the Disney After Hours event have been extended beyond January and February into March. The Disney After Hours event is a 3-hour park experience that takes place after the park closes to regular day guests in the Magic Kingdom. The cost of the event depends on a couple of variables. Guests that buy […]

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    The Most Overrated and Underrated Attractions at Each Disney World Park

    There’s nothing worse than getting to a park at rope drop, rushing past strollers and screaming moms to get to the most popular attraction, waiting over an hour to get on, and leaving disappointed because “it wasn’t that good.” On the other hand, nothing beats finding a 10-minute wait attraction on a hot, crowded day […]

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    Holiday Treats for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

    If you are heading to this year’s Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at the Magic Kingdom, go on an empty stomach because the Walt Disney World chefs have come up with some tempting treats for the holidays. You’ll find two different Yule Logs during the party. The first at the Main Street Bakery is filled […]