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Closure Update: Controversial Florida Theme Park Fights Government Mandate, Update Given

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The most controversial theme park in Florida isn’t going down without a fight. Theme park controversies aren’t rare. Over the years, we’ve seen Walt Disney World Resort engage in multiple public spats with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (due in no small part to its opposition of the governor’s “don’t say gay” bill in 2021), as well as SeaWorld battle accusations ...

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Worst Disney World Tips You’ll Ever Hear

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Before we get too far into this topic…it’s worth noting that most people who give advice, tips, etc., try to be helpful. Every so often, a few may have ulterior motives, such as recommending a restaurant or service that they happen to get a kickback on. But all that being said, let’s explore some of the worst…WORST…WORST tips you may hear ...

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7 Secrets Disney Doesn’t Want You to Know About Pirates of the Caribbean

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Pirates of the Caribbean is your quintessential Disney attraction. It’s in both Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Park and Disneyland Park; it has touches of Walt Disney himself, it’s full of intricate details and cutting-edge audio-animatronics, and it has an original song that earworms itself into the minds of everyone who rides it. Related:TRIVIA: How Well Do You Know the ...

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Disneyland Bans Phone Use, Guest Reactions Flood In

Guests walking down Main Street, U.S.A. at Disneyland. In the foreground is a screenshot from a video of a man discussing the Disney filming crackdown.

Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park are again cracking down on filming and live-streaming theme park attractions. One social media influencer says he was prohibited from recording on rides whatsoever. Videography and live-streaming at Disneyland Resort is controversial among fans. Some Disney Park guests find it intrusive and invasive of others’ privacy, while others believe everyone should enjoy their ...

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Disney World Body Scanners Coming to New York City

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Everyone has had to walk through the security screening checkpoints at Walt Disney World and Disneyland. But as you rapidly pass through the body scanner, do you ever wonder how exactly these work and how effective this scanner is? Well, some of these answers are becoming clearer as the company behind that security screening technology, Evolv Technology, tries to reel ...

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Historic Union Vote Threatens to Change Mickey Mouse and Cinderella’s Disney Magic Forever

Mickey Mouse and Cinderella wave in front of a Disney castle with a large speech bubble that says "Goodbye!" The sky is blue, and the scene is cheerful.

Mickey Mouse and Cinderella, along with nearly 2,000 other Disney cast members, are gearing up for a historic vote that could alter guests’ experiences of these beloved characters. Nearly 2,000 Disney Cast Members Prepare for Unionization Vote That Could Alter the History of Disneyland California The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has announced an onsite union election set to occur ...

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