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Tag Archives: fantasyland expansion
We head back to the beginning of construction for the New Fantasyland expansion at the Magic Kingdom with these next two videos. The Little Mermaid and Enchanted Tales with Belle are the only two ‘attractions’ to open in Fairytale Forest … Continue reading
Ok, not really. But that ultralight plane dressed up as a dragon that’s been rumored to be coming to Walt Disney World has actually arrived and has been testing in the very early hours of the morning. Video has finally … Continue reading
I posted my tour of Be Our Guest restaurant yesterday, and now Walt Disney Imagineers have released their video tour of the beautiful dining facility. We also get a few of our first glimpses of the mysterious West Wing. If … Continue reading
Yesterday the Magic Kingdom… …major sections of the New Fantastyland expansion opened for a dress rehearsal. Technically, they could close it again at any time before the official opening in December, however the history is once a section opens they … Continue reading