Disney World Tomorrowland Night Photos
Here are some of our favorite photos from Tomorrowland in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom! Tomorrowland is one of our favorite places in all of Walt Disney World at night. The music, neon, and ambiance all make for a great and relaxing experience. Plus, it’s pretty photogenic!
We’ve updated this gallery for 2013 with some of our recent Tomorrowland favorites!
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So which Magic Kingdom land is your favorite at night? Do you prefer the bright neons of Tomorrowland like me, or does some other land take the cake for you? Share your thoughts in the comments!
How do you manage to capture these without any people in them?
These are awesome! They make up my poorly taken, unfocused trip photos! I guess that’s the one bad thing about Disney World! You get so excited you can’t stand still long enough to take a photo that isn’t blurry or doesn’t have a finger in the corner!
ONE OF YOUR PICTURES HAS A HUMAN IN IT! GAHHHHH!!!! 😛
And then one day, as you may have guessed, Pecos Bill turned his sights on Main Street, U.S.A., that bastion of conformity, commerce, and confectionary. Now, old Bill had mixed feelings about Main Street. He enjoyed the opium den that operated in a warren of rooms behind the Emporium, and then there was a plump old gal that he did business with in a rented room above the barbershop. But they were the exception, and Bill’s tolerance for all that gingerbread work and old-timey wholesomeness only extended so far. When an old washed-up baseball player named Casey opened a hot dog restaurant that drew customers away from Bill’s own Tall Tale Inn and Café (not to mention the saloon run by the hardened and jealous Slew-Foot Sue, Bill’s well-endowed gal in Frontierland), Bill and his gang made their move! Just as the good and respectable citizens of Main Street were sitting down to a nice afternoon lemonade and a piece of cherry pie, Bill and Sue came riding in on the fearsome horse Widow-Maker! The Main Streeters fought with all they had, including a parasol and a hunk of pipe from a potbellied stove. Tomatoes and mushrooms were hurled without regard for life or limb. When the condiments had settled, Pecos Bill had total control of the town, which was allowed to fall into ruin, a fading reminder of those halcyon days when gaslights were giving way to electric bulbs and telephones were hooked to the wall.
Pecos Bill and his posse committed a similar massacre some years back on Chickapin Hill, known to some as Splash Mountain. This explains why there aren’t any people on that mountain. Back in the day, it was full of people, hundreds of ’em, and every single one a Barefoot Country Hick. And those Barefoot Country Hicks would lay about up there laughing and singing and drinking moonshine whisky all the live long day! And that made Bill very angry because it drained away business, not only from his Tall Tale Inn and Cafe, but also from the Diamond Horseshoe Saloon, of which his somewhat bitter and emotionally frustrated girlfriend, Slew-Foot Sue, was the proprietor. Those Barefoot Country Hicks were agile and quick, but tomatoes and mushrooms rained down upon them, and they were forced to surrender. Bill banished them from Frontierland, and soon the animals took over the mountain entirely. Just think, if it hadn’t been for Pecos Bill, you wouldn’t see anything when your log floats through there today except a bunch of Barefoot Country Hicks sucking on jugs and singing Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Da as they leer at you. Thankfully, Pecos Bill and his frontier ruffians would never attack Main Street . . . or would they?
Story Time with Figment! “‘O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!’/He chortled in his joy.”
Here’s the story … Having learned that a Certain Very Opinionated Someone had more or less rated his tall tale inn and cafe inferior to the Much Favored cafe of Cosmic Ray, resident of Tomorrowland, Pecos Bill (unstable at the best of times), his saloon-girl girlfriend Slew-Foot Sue (late of the Diamond Horseshoe), and his horse Widow-Maker launched a surprise attack on the city of the future! Tomatoes and mushrooms flew in every direction! Even though her slew foot slowed her down a good bit, Sue was able to knock several future-people over the head with an empty whisky bottle, including a suave young man wearing a homemade Figment hat. Chaos spread as the people of tomorrow tried to save themselves. Only one young woman managed to survive (by hiding in the bathtub with Cousin Orville over at the Carousel of Progress), and here we see her in the last photograph, safe and sound on Main Street (Cousin Orville’s home town), pointing at the clock so that everyone would know what time the hideous massacre had occurred. She is surely safe now. Pecos Bill and his frontier ruffians would never attack Main Street . . . or would they?