Between Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, and EPCOT, there are always new developments coming to Walt Disney World. With so many new and exciting offerings, it can be easy to forget about the older attractions that have been there for years.
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Over in Hollywood Studios’ Animation Courtyard lies one such lesser known attraction: Walt Disney Presents. This attraction is home to certain character meet and greets, museum-like displays, and a short documentary.
Walt Disney Presents is a walk-through, self-guided tour of Walt Disney’s life and his beautiful creations. This attraction, which initially opened to celebrate Walt Disney’s 100th birthday, is full of one-of-a-kind sketches, models, costumes, props, and more.
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Further into this attraction lies a little theatre, which shows Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream, a 15-minute documentary detailing the visionary’s life story. Occasionally, sneak peeks of upcoming Disney animation films will be shown instead of this documentary.
It’s an excellent spot for Guests to learn a little more about the man behind the mouse. Not only that, but many Guests visit this spot to catch a break from the hot Florida sun and humidity, taking advantage of the cool air conditioning.
However, one Guest recently visited and posted a photo on social media showing how dirty the theater seats have become in the past 20 years.
One Man’s Dream Theater has seen better days from WaltDisneyWorld
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Reddit user u/njderek posted the photo, writing, “One Man’s Dream Theater has seen better days,” and many Disney fans quickly agreed.
One Reddit user replied, writing, “Lots of sweaty people going to sit down for some A/C….”
Another wrote, “Look close and this is the situation at pretty much every theater at WDW.”
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Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like Walt Disney World will be cleaning this attraction’s seats anytime soon, given how much time and money it would cost.