How to Tour the Parks – Visiting the Magic Kingdom in a Wheelchair Part 2

Today we are looking at the attractions in Fantasyland and Tomorrowland. If you missed part one you can find it here for information on Adventureland, Frontierland, and Liberty Square.Fantasylandit’s a small world it’s a small world has a different entrance for wheelchair users. It is located next to the exit of the attraction. If you would like to stay in your wheelchair the attraction has accessible boats. You may have to wait for one of them to cycle through so your wait time will … [Read more...]

Citrus Swirl Makes a Comeback at Walt Disney World Resort!

The original Citrus Swirl makes its official comeback at the Magic Kingdom's Sunshine Tree Terrace. Gone for more than a quarter of a century, it’s nice to have them back where they belong for the 40th anniversary celebration of Walt Disney World Resort. Who remembers that icy swirl of frozen orange and soft-serve vanilla ice cream, a duo of delish in the heat of summertime? There was a knock-off for a while at Aloha Isle, but this swirl is the original recipe, a sweet-tart tower in a cone or … [Read more...]

Largest Ever Exhibition from Walt Disney Archives Opens July 6 at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

D23 PRESENTS TREASURES OF THE WALT DISNEY ARCHIVES, which encompasses more than 500 historic artifacts from nearly nine decades of Disney history, opens at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum on July 6, continuing through April 2013.Presented by D23: The Official Disney Fan Club and The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library, D23 PRESENTS TREASURES OF THE WALT DISNEY ARCHIVES is the largest exhibition ever curated by the Walt Disney Archives, at 12,000 square feet. … [Read more...]

Tom Sawyer: the Man, the Myth, the Island

Tom Sawyer: the man, the myth, the island…or the boy, the novel, the attraction.Samuel Langhorn Clemens, aka Mark Twain, is one of America’s best-known humorists, lecturers and novelists. His The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876) launched him to celebrity status, with his subsequent The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1885) being considered “the Great American Novel.” Mark Twain’s masterfully written colloquial speech and dialect created lively, authentic characters who, it seemed, lived out … [Read more...]

Tom Hanks in Talks to Play Walt Disney

According to Variety, Tom Hanks is in talks to play Walt Disney in the movie "Saving Mr. Banks". Emma Thompson is reportedly in negotiations to play Mary Poppins author P.L. Travers.  John Lee Hancock (The Blind Side) is set to direct.The film will be based on the true story of how Walt Disney spent 14 years convincing the author to let him adapt her book into a movie. I fell in love with the idea of this movie when I first heard about it. I am huge Mary Poppins fan and I am looking forward … [Read more...]

NEW! Disney PhotoPass+ arriving to Walt Disney World Resort

Starting today you can capture more memories than ever with Disney PhotoPass+!  With Disney PhotoPass+ you can have all your Disney’s PhotoPass Photographer photos PLUS select Attraction photos AND Dining Print Packages – All for one price.Product Details:PhotoPass+ will be sold at PhotoPass view stations located throughout the Walt Disney World Resort. With PhotoPass+ you will have digital files of all your PhotoPass photos, Attraction photos, and Dining photos taken within a 14 day … [Read more...]

D23 Announces Destination D: 75 Years of Disney Animated Features

D23: The Official Disney Fan Club is celebrating the once-in-a-lifetime diamond anniversary of one of the most universally beloved and singularly unique film genres in the world—at DESTINATION D: 75 YEARS OF DISNEY ANIMATED FEATURES, Aug. 11 and 12 at the Disneyland® Resort.The two-day event will offer a panorama of some of the most celebrated films and characters ever brought to life on screen and provide attendees with an unforgettable Disney experience.From Walt Disney’s … [Read more...]

Turner Classic Movies & D23 Present Two Extraordinary Disney Classics on the Big Screen

D23: The Official Disney Fan Club is working with Turner Classic Movies to present two incredible Disney live-action film classics during the upcoming TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood.On Friday, April 13, Kirk Douglas will be present at Grauman's Chinese Theater for the first public screening of the newly restored 1954 action-adventure 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.  On Saturday, April 14, comes a 75th-anniversary screening of the "fairest of them all," Snow White and the Seven … [Read more...]

Why Should You Go to Walt Disney World?

This weekend, I was looking through all the pictures we have accumulated through the years. I was reminded of such wonderful memories. I started to think about why we began taking our family to Walt Disney World in the first place and why we kept the tradition year after year. I remember the times we could not afford to park hop or eat in the parks, but we were there and that is all that mattered. We saved to go, stuck to our budget, and we had a wonderful family time that has closely knit our … [Read more...]

Top 5 Walt Disney World Attractions that are Underrated

Anyone planning a trip to Disney or who has been there before knows that are certain attractions that get a lot of attention and fill up the queues really quick. Therefore, some other Disney attractions that may not offer the latest technology or the biggest thrills sometimes get overlooked and are definitely underrated. This is unfortunate since some of Disney's best secrets are underrated attractions. Therefore, I have compiled a list of Top 5 Underrated Disney World Attractions for you to … [Read more...]