The Parks

From Walt Disney World Resort to Disneyland Paris and everything in between! Here’s the latest information on the beloved Disney Parks.

Cook Soulfully with This Tanzanian Collard Green Recipe from Sanaa


If you’re a Disney Guest who is feeling inspired after visiting Walt Disney World Resort or Disneyland Resort during this month’s Celebrate Soulfully event — or you’re a Disney fan who can’t visit a Disney Park at the moment, but wants to experience some soulful flavors at home — then you’re in luck! The Disney Parks Blog has just shared ...

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The Smithsonian Wants to See Your Disney Parks Photos!

Curators at the National Museum of American History are looking for your photos from both the Disneyland Resort and the Walt Disney World Resort for an upcoming project on ‘Disney Parks and American Stories.’ If you submit photos from your past Disney vacations, you may see them on display at the museum! The team working on the project is hoping ...

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Why Doesn’t EPCOT Have a Parade?

Parades, in general, have disappeared from Disney Parks for some time now as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, but even before that most parks at Walt Disney World have been missing parades for a number of years. While the Magic Kingdom has always had an afternoon parade, and at times, a nighttime parade, the other Disney theme parks have ...

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A Look Back at Presidential Moments at Disney Parks

Presidential visits to Disney parks have been taking place in one form or another since the opening of Disneyland. Presidents and Vice Presidents have held a number of press conferences and speeches at Disney Parks over the years, but they have also visited with their own families, hosted TV specials, and even helped Cast Members and Walt Disney himself celebrate ...

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Would Walt Disney Recognize the Magic Kingdom?

The flagship park of the Walt Disney World Resort was ultimately pulled off in time for its October 1, 1971 opening by Roy Disney, Walt Disney’s brother who had taken over management of the project following his death to see his brother’s dream through. Walt passed away in 1966, just one year after the “Florida Project” was publicly announced, and ...

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Guests Can Now Exercise in an Empty Disney Park

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Fitness and wellness goals are always popular when a new year begins, but now Disney has an extra perk for Grand Californian Hotel and Spa Guests who are pursuing some fitness goals! The new Tenaya Stone Spa at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa is apparently “introducing an exhilarating new menu of group fitness activities for Guests staying at any ...

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VIDEO: Inspirational 6-Year Old Cancer Survivor Meets Princess Tiana

Grab the tissues! A magical moment recently took place at the Magic Kingdom where six-year-old princess and cancer survivor Aubrey English got to have a special interaction with Princess Tiana. Good Morning America shared a video of this most special Princess and the Frog (2009) meet and greet experience. Watch English meet Princess Tiana and learn more about her experience ...

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Unique Distinctions Between Disney’s Two America-Themed “Squares”

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For those of you who have ever had the opportunity to visit both Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California and Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Park in Orlando, Florida, you already know that the two destinations share a number of commonalities. From showcasing many of the same classic attractions to following a comparable themed layout of land designations, these two parks ...

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Disney World Park Reservation Availability: 2/4/22 – 2/6/22

Disney World Park Reservation Availability

Happy Friday, Disney Fanatics! Time for another weekend update and our turn to help you convince yourself to take that last-minute weekend getaway to the Walt Disney World Resort! Once again, according to the Disney World Website, Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom all have Park pass reservations available for February 4 – February 6. The ...

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