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10 Most Beautiful Sights At Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios

While Walt Disney World is home to four amazing theme parks, the favorite of many guests is Disney’s Hollywood Studios thanks to its beautiful theming and experiences that make guests feel as though they have traveled to Hollywood and are the stars in their very own on screen adventures. While the park is currently undergoing many changes with the additions ...

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What To Know About Epcot’s 11 Pavilions at Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World’s second theme park is known for its interactive exhibits and attractions that explore space travel and the history of communication. But about one-half of EPCOT exists in the form of the World Showcase, which sits along a promenade around the World Showcase Lagoon. It is home to pavilions for 11 different countries from all around the world. ...

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10 Things To Try On Your Next Walt Disney World Trip

1. Rope drop at Magic Kingdom Getting to the Magic Kingdom just before the park opens is one experience that can really create  a special start to a day in the park. Arrive early to be greeted by a welcome show with favorite characters on the castle stage, and enjoy getting to ride your favorite attractions with short wait times ...

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10 Best Desserts on Walt Disney World Property

1. The Grey Stuff The Grey Stuff has always been a staple at Be Our Guest Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom, but with the addition of a new dinner pre-fixe menu this classic dessert just got an upgrade! This delicious cookies and cream mousse has previously been served on its own and atop cookies and cupcakes, but it’s now being ...

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10 Essential Experiences You Must Have at Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios

All of the attractions and experiences at Walt Disney World are great, but there are definitely essential experiences that you won’t want to miss.  This is especially true at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.  Here are the top 10 essential experiences that you must experience when visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios: 10. Explore Toy Story Land Toy Story Land is an immersive land ...

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Top 10 Quick Service Restaurants at Walt Disney World Resorts

Grab your appetite; it’s time to eat! Dining at Walt Disney World is all part of the amazing experience. There are dozens and dozens of options to choose from inside the four parks, the two waterparks, and Disney Springs, as well as at the resorts. It can easily get overwhelming once you factor in the need to make reservations at ...

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If I Only Had One Day at Walt Disney World’s Epcot I Would…

I love Epcot! It’s easily one of my favorite places in the entire world, and I could spend countless days wandering the paths of this fabulous park. The rides, food, and atmosphere offered by this amazing place are top notch, and I cannot imagine Disney World without it. Still, I know not everyone has days upon days to wander Epcot ...

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Top 10 Favorite Shops to Visit at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World

1. Disney Pin Traders For collectors of Disney pins, vinylmation, and even the occasional specialty lanyard or MagicBand, Disney Pin Traders is a must-do destination while visiting Disney Springs. The store features a wide selection of Disney pins, including limited release items and designs from across the Walt Disney World Resort as well as from Disney Cruise Line. Many guests ...

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12 Amazing Facts About Walt Disney World Restaurants

1. A select few restaurants come with bottomless alcoholic beverages Unlimited alcoholic beverages is certainly a rare prospect at the Walt Disney World Resort, but there are a couple of locations where you can actually score multiple drinks for one price. Dinner shows like the Hoop Dee Doo Revue typically come with bottomless beer (Bud Light) or (Beso del Sol) ...

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If I Only Had One Day at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, I Would…

Maybe you’ve only got a couple of days off from work. Perhaps there’s just one day when the whole family can get together. Or maybe you’re doing all four parks over a four-day period and you only have one day to dedicate to visiting Magic Kingdom. Whatever the reason, if you are on limited time at Disney World’s first theme ...

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