Disney World has rolled out the first significant price increase to its daily admission prices since it switched to the variable pricing model. The new price for the busiest days starting this December is as much as $159 for a 1-day, 1-park ticket. Disney set… Read More »Higher Walt Disney World tickets prices set for Christmas vacation time
There’s lots of talk about adding a fifth gate to Walt Disney World and it almost always revolves around a Villains park, or Heroes vs Villains. I have another idea that I think would allow Disney to please its fans, grow its audience, and allow… Read More »Will Universal Orlando force Disney World to build a new park?
Over Presidents Day weekend we read many reports from the Florida parks about how absolutely insane the crowds were. For instance, Avatar – Flight of Passage had a six hour wait at one point on Sunday. It’s a holiday weekend and crowds are not unexpected,… Read More »Seven things Disney World can do right now to increase capacity
Legends of Hollywood is one of Disney’s Hollywood Studios most iconic buildings. Evoking a small town movie theater with its giant marquee, box office, and other trappings of the cinema experience. It has recently served as home to either Star Wars themed merchandise or a… Read More »Legends of Hollywood Store tells story of park’s iconic buildings
When the Walt Disney Company took controlling interest of Disneyland Paris last year to help it clear up its debts, the first thing Disney did was invest in the two existing parks. Buildings got a fresh coat of paint, maintenance that had been deferred was… Read More »Is Disneyland Paris set for a huge growth spurt?
After debuting in June of this year, the Play Disney Parks App has had a mostly quiet period among park guests. The big rollout was simultaneous with the opening of Toy Story Land and I think it kind of got lost a bit. That might… Read More »Play Disney Parks app expands to Pandora and first Disney World Resort
Guests normally visit EPCOT during the Food and Wine Festival for the amazing tastes and sips they can eat and drink, but there’s a room full of amazing food that’s just for looking art – amazing chocolate sculptures created by Disney’s pastry chefs. These brand… Read More »Epic Chocolate Art Sculptures at EPCOT Food and Wine Festival
Rolly Crump joined the Walt Disney Studios in 1952 working as an animator on projects like Peter Pan, Lady and the Tramp, and Sleeping Beauty. In 1959 he took his talents for design to WED Enterprises to help user Disneyland into the future. Crump’s work… Read More »Early Imagineer Rolly Crump shares passion for the living art of the theme park