Last week we learned the timeline for the opening of the two Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge themed lands. Although the Disney’s Hollywood Studios project will open second (late Fall 2019), we have a new set of aerial images courtesy Nearmap to give us a look… Read More »Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge aerial overview from Disney’s Hollywood Studios
2019 seems a long time to wait for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge to open at Disneyland and Walt Disney World, but when you see a new aerial video of the state of construction at Disneyland, it seems almost with in reach. You can see tons… Read More »Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge aerial flyover at Disneyland
It may be called “Characters in Flight” but the characters have disappeared from the design of the new aerial balloon at Disney Springs. The new look is a big blue globe with watery flourish designs and stripes similar to what was on the previous balloon,… Read More »New Aerial Balloon debuts at Disney Springs
We were recently sent this link to a drone video shoot of the Shanghai Disneyland construction site. The aerial views are almost unprecedented when it comes to Disney theme park construction. Many buildings appear to be nearly finished, while some areas of the park are… Read More »Shanghai Disneyland aerial drone video – June 2015
Although Seven Dwarfs Mine Train already had its media preview and dedication, it remains closed with no sign of soft openings before its May 28th official opening (although I hear they want to soft open it, they just have to make sure all the training… Read More »Beautiful New Fantasyland and Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Aerial Video
Yesterday the team at LEGOLAND Florida sent over some new pictures showing the progress on the former Cypress Gardens Adventure Park property as it converts to the brick and toy themed park. They’ve done a lot of work preparing the site, but now it’s a rush to get vertical construction and themeing done in time for an October 2011 opening.
LEGOLAND Florida is planned as a 150-acre, full-day family theme park designed specifically for families with children ages 2 to 12. It will be the largest LEGOLAND Park in the world, featuring more than 50 family rides, shows and interactive attractions, restaurants, shopping and beautiful historic botanical gardens. Currently LEGOLAND Florida annual passes during the park’s inaugural year are available for $99, but pricing for the 15-month ticket will increase May 1.
More aerial shots and a park map below the cut:
ArtDaily, the web’s original Art newsletter, has a story about the Walt Disney Family Museum scheduled to open this fall in San Francisco. Since we already know how I feel about that, let me give you another reason to click through. A glorious 960 pixel… Read More »1963 Disneyland Aerial Photo