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Photos – Exterior of Former Great Movie Ride with Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway Signs

Take a look at the Exterior of Former Great Movie Ride with Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway Signs.

 

Photos – Splash Mountain Construction

Take a look as Splash Mountain is undergoing a refurbishment.

 

 

 

 

Photos – ‘Toy Story Land’ Model & Ride Vehicles at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

If you visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios make sure to drop by the Walt Disney Presents Area near Pixar Place to view the’Toy Story Land’ Model & Ride Vehicles.

Photos – Halloween Decorations Around The Main Street USA Train Station Hub Area at Magic Kingdom

Check out some photos of the Halloween Decorations Around The Main Street USA Train Station at Magic Kingdom.

 

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Photos – Pumpkins of Main Street USA at Magic Kingdom

Take a look at the faces of the Pumpkins of Main Street USA at Magic Kingdom

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Photo Gallery – Halloween Decorations Around the Entrance to Magic Kingdom

Take a look at photos of the Halloween Decorations Around the Entrance to Magic Kingdom

 

Fun Facts about Mickey’s Not-so-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom Park

13 Not-so-Frightening Fun Facts for All

No need to be frightened out of your wits to enjoy true Halloween fun!  Magic Kingdom Park celebrates the season with the family-friendly Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party on select nights Aug. 25 – Nov. 1, 2017.  With your special admission ticket, you can dress up in your favorite costume and count the ways to enjoy this seasonal favorite funfest.  Visit DisneyWorld.com/Halloween for more information.

  1. 2017 marks 23 fantastically fun years of Mickey’s Not-so-Scary Halloween Party
  2. The mischievous Sanderson Sisters from Disney’s “Hocus Pocus” return to the mortal world during the Halloween season during the “Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular” stage show on the Castle Forecourt Stage.
  3. 176 individually-themed, carved pumpkins adorn the balconies and windowsills of Main Street, U.S.A.
  4. More than 23,100 feet or about 4-1/4 miles of cable is installed for special lighting and sound effects that are part of the party’s Halloween entertainment
  5. A cast of 175, including performers, float drivers, costumers, cosmetologists, decorators and maintenance cast members, brings Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parade to life
  6. 23 miles of parade route — that’s how far Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parade will travel over the course of the season
  7. 13 Disney characters are exclusive to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party entertainment: Jack Skellington and Sally from “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” who greet guests near Pete’s Silly Side Show in Fantasyland, and during the Boo-to-You Halloween Parade, guests can see Big Al, Captain Barbosa, Dr. Facilier, Oogie Boogie, Shenzi, Banzai and Ed — the three hyenas from “The Lion King,” — plus three Hitch-Hiking Ghosts from the Haunted Mansion
  8. The Happy HalloWishes fireworks spectacular is narrated by the Ghost Host from the Haunted Mansion and features many of your favorite Disney Villains who go trick or treating in the night sky
  9. 999 Grim Grinning Ghosts enhance a not-too-spooky Halloween experience at the Haunted Mansion
  10. More than 250 tons of candy will be handed out to party guests during 32 Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Parties
  11. 40 different kinds of brand-name candies, including Skittles, M&Ms and Kit Kats, are included in three trick-or-treat candy mixes offered during the parties
  12. Guests can visit 14 tasty treat locations to fill their treat bags with candy
  13. 0 Tricks and countless treats make Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party a memorable evening for all!

Photos – Halloween Themed Storefront Windows Along Main Street USA

Check out these cool Halloween themed storefront windows along Main Street USA at Magic Kingdom.

Epcot at 35: Reflecting on a Storied Past, Poised for a Promising Future of Creativity and Innovation

Epcot marked its 35th anniversary Sunday doing what it does best: looking to the future. Against the backdrop of its iconic Spaceship Earth, Disney’s theme park that celebrates human achievement hosted ceremonies that reflected on 35 years of creativity and innovation. More important, the ceremonies shined a spotlight on an exciting future of new experiences and attractions.

“It’s been an amazing 35 years,” said George A. Kalogridis, president of Walt Disney World Resort. “And as we look toward the future, there is so much more on the horizon.”

Kalogridis was joined onstage by the patriotic Voices of Liberty ensemble and the Mariachi Cobre from the Mexico showcase – two acts that debuted when the theme park originally opened – as guests and cast members looked on. It was 35 years to the day – Oct. 1, 1982 – when Disney’s discovery park opened its doors as the second theme park on Disney property.

“Epcot has always been, and always will be, an optimistic celebration of the real world – brought to life through the magic of Disney,” he said. “I promise you the exciting plans we have on the horizon will honor Epcot’s rich legacy of creativity and innovation while continuing to exceed the expectations of our guests, for decades to come.

“The spirit of the expansion will continue to evolve Epcot to make it more timeless, more relevant, more family and more Disney, while staying true to its original vision.”

Already announced as part of the expansion are a new restaurant for the Mission: SPACE pavilion, inviting guests to travel high above Earth for an unforgettable dining experience; a Ratatouille-inspired attraction bowing in a new space in the France showcase; a new E-ticket Future World attraction based on the rockin’ world of Guardians of the Galaxy; an updated Circle-Vision film for the China showcase showcasing the country’s splendor and majesty.

Epcot remains “a place for family, a place for fun and a place for faith in our vision as a people,” Kalogridis said. “It is little wonder that so many have fallen in love with this park and its story.”