As a distinctly patriotic blog, we never want to infringe upon your right to celebrate new holidays. So allow us to introduce to you the creepiest week of the year at Walt Disney World, an actual and definitely not made-up festivity that I can only assume will soon become the next federal holiday and school recess.
Weird Disney Archive
We’ve been missing Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Walt Disney World. It’s been roughly two months since our last Rise of the Resistance Boarding Pass Dash, our weekly pre-dawn pilgrimage to Disney’s Hollywood Studios to test new strategy, observe crowds, and enjoy the sunrise. As you might recall, our weekly reports covering the opening procedures
Cats have been a staple of the Disney theme park experience since 1955, shortly after Disneyland opened. In this post, we’ll share a brief history of cats in Walt Disney World and the California parks, plus an exclusive look of what the kitties of the kingdom are up to when the parks are closed. Before
One of our favorite ‘hidden gem’ experiences in all of Walt Disney World is Cinderella Castle’s Kiss Goodnight. It’s a magical moment that we’ve covered in two prior blog posts: The Kiss Goodnight: Walt Disney World’s Best Thing Few Guests See and Magic Kingdom’s Kiss Goodnight, Revisited. However, we’re here today to take a Cinderella
There are some crazy urban legends and myths out there about Walt Disney World. Most fans have the good sense to dismiss the more outlandish of these out of hand (we’re looking at you, “Walt Disney is cryogenically frozen and locked away in the Utilidors below Magic Kingdom“). Other rumors are plausible or have a