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A Special Photo Op Returns to Magic Kingdom

Cinderella Castle

For a limited time (Memorial Day Weekend), Walt Disney World is bringing back a unique photo opportunity. RELATED:¬†Cinderella Castle: 10 Facts You May Not Know Cinderella’s Coach The rarely-seen Cinderella’s Coach is on display near the center of the Magic Kingdom (past the castle and near the stone archways by the Prince Charming Regal Carousel). Based on the one the ...

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Tips for Taking a Toddler to Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Tree of Life at Animal Kingdom

Few things are more magical than taking your little one to Walt Disney World. Although the Magic Kingdom tops the list of things for toddlers (and babies) to do, the other parks provide various options, as well. But let’s explore a few quick tips on taking your toddler to Disney’s Animal Kingdom, including the best attractions for them to enjoy. ...

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The Jungle Cruise: A History

Jungle Cruise Sign

There are many iconic attractions throughout Disney World. Each has a history and a story behind its concept, opening, and modifications through the years. In some cases, films have been made based on the attractions, and in other cases, some have been demolished, never to be seen again. Let’s explore the history and the backstory of the famous Jungle Cruise ...

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Details on the New Live Action ‘Snow White’

Snow White Cover

With The Little Mermaid (2023) now in theaters, many Disney fans are anxious for details about the next live-action film released from Walt Disney Studios. RELATED: Live-Action Disney Film Set to Begin Filming This Fall The Next Live-Action Remake Although release dates can change, the next live-action princess film on the list is Snow White (2024), planned to hit cinemas on ...

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Disney Fights Back Against DeSantis

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The legal battle between the Walt Disney Company and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis continues. RELATED: Disney v DeSantis Battle Heads to the White House Judging the Judge Last week, Governor DeSantis requested that Judge Mark Walker recuse himself from overseeing the Disney v DeSantis case due to his previous statements regarding a state retailing against Disney. Attorneys representing Governor DeSantis and ...

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From Cancer Survivor to Cast Member

Make a Wish Kid Hugs Mickey at Disneyland

Disneyland Resort celebrated World Wish Day on April 29, 2023. The date marks the anniversary of the first wish that inspired the organization’s founding in 1980. To honor the Make-A-Wish foundation and the first two wish kids, Disneyland Park dedicated three of its Main Street, U.S.A. windows and decorated them accordingly. RELATED:¬†Disney World Hosts Royal Ball for Make-A-Wish Colin’s Story ...

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The $2 Million Princess Dress

Fairies Making Aurora's Dress

In a little over a month from now (June 28-June 30), fans of the most iconic franchises will have a chance to purchase over 1,400 costumes, props, and other memorabilia. RELATED: Woman Evicted After 20 Year Disney Vacation Organized and run by The Propstore based in Los Angeles, the auction will include Star Lord’s helmet from the first Guardians of the ...

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Sneak Peak at New Pixar Hotel

Pixar Place Hotel at Disneyland Resort

Few animation studios generate the same heart and warmth as Pixar. From their first film Toy Story (1995) to their latest addition coming out this year, Elemental (2023), they strive to push the envelope in technology and storytelling. RELATED:¬†Disney/Pixar’s ‘Elemental’ Premieres Next Weekend Disney has just released new concept art and plans for an upcoming Pixar-themed hotel in Anaheim. Just ...

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Splash Mountain/Tiana’s Bayou Adventure Update

Many Disney Park fans have been tracking the ongoing construction of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure since Splash Mountain closed earlier this year. There’s been much anticipation and debate over the desire to transition the classic water flume ride at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Park in Orlando and Disneyland Park in Anaheim. RELATED:¬†Where to See ‘Homeless’ Tiana at Disney World Construction Update ...

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Orlando Airport Braces for 1 Million Travelers

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Flying in or out of Orlando is often the most stressful part of a Disney trip (if you fly instead of drive). Busy Memorial Day Week Although it is often considered one of the busiest airports in America, it seldom sees traffic like it does on summer holiday weekends. This year the Orlando International Airport (MCO) expects over 1 million ...

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