As a Disney fan, we’d all love nothing more than to visit our favorite place whenever we want. How sweet would it be to take a trip to Walt Disney World whenever you’re missing your second home? Sometimes, you just need your Disney fix, like the scent of baked goods as you walk down Main Street, U.S.A., or to revel in the beauty of Cinderella Castle.
Disney World doesn’t just offer the awe of Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom but a total of four Parks and two water Parks. The Resort encompasses Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, Blizzard Beach, and Typhoon Lagoon. The Walt Disney Company does a great job of giving you something to miss and, more importantly, something to look forward to visiting again.
Though there is nothing quite like visiting “The Most Magical Place On Earth,” there is somewhat of a second runner-up. Sure, it’s hard to top DOLE Whip, Fantasmic!, and Haunted Mansion, but there is an alternative when you can’t journey to your favorite place. Disney at home, of course! Doing Disney at home is actually much easier than you may think.
Disney at Home
For starters, we’re lucky enough to have Disney+. The streaming service offers almost every Disney show, short, and film ever created for fans to enjoy. Additionally, Disney has documentaries like Behind The Attraction and The Imagineering Story to learn more about the making of all things Disney. One unique part of Disney+ is getting to experience various parts of The Walt Disney Company through visuals. Whether it’s a series about the Parks, one of Walt’s first shorts created, or the newest Pixar film Elemental (2023), the streaming service gives fans a behind-the-scenes look.
One way we’ve seen sneak peeks is the Parks being transformed during the holiday season. Decorating Disney: Holiday Magic (2017) was one of the first times Guests got to experience the hard work that goes into reimagining the Parks for the holidays. All of these options are a fun way to cozy up on your couch and indulge in your favorite attraction, Park, or story, all from the comfort of your own home.
Now, Disney is offering another way to enjoy your favorite parts and some of Disney’s newest experiences from the comfort of your own home.
Bring A Part of EPCOT Home With You
EPCOT has had many new additions to the everchanging Park this year. After Disney’s biggest fan event, Destination D23, we learned of the many changes coming to the Park. Although not all have been completed, Guests can look forward to a reimagined Test Track coming soon. Some additions that have already been implemented are the new meet and greet with Figment and the brand new attraction Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana.
Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana, is an immersive attraction where Guests can take a self-guided tour through the enchanting greenery. Merging water, air, and land, EPCOT’s newest attraction is like no other. Now open to all Guests to explore, it’s a must to add to your Disney World vacation. But what if you’re not visiting any time soon? Or maybe you just visited and fell in love with the new attraction. When you’re craving a little bit of your favorite part of Disney, this could be your answer!
Disney has released a 66-minute Relaxing Sounds of Nature – Journey of Water: Inspired by Moana. “Come relax, study, and work along as we take in the sights and sounds, recorded in binaural audio, of EPCOT’s newest attraction in World Nature, Journey of Water: Inspired by Moana. Explore the wonders of water along a lush trail that’s fun for all ages—based on the Disney animated film Moana,” Disney writes.
Listen to the relaxing audio all from the comfort of your own home. Bring the zen into your living room, add it as background music while you’re reading a book, or keep the recording on while you start your day of work. Whatever you’re looking for, this audio can bring a little bit of Disney to you.
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