Tri Circle D Ranch at Walt Disney World

What Is Disney’s Tri-Circle-D Ranch?

Published by Emily Murray

Tri-Circle-D Ranch: The Home of Disney’s Horses Walt Disney had a passion for animals and especially horses. Because of this, horses are integral to many of the experiences offered at Walt Disney World. Equines can be found on Main Street U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom as they pull the Main Street Trolley. During Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween […]

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Cannoli at Terrelina Crafted Italian

Magical Dining Is Happening Now At Disney Springs – Here’s Where To Dine

Published by Emily Murray

Orlando’s annual culinary event, Magical Dining, is back for its 16th year. Over 80 acclaimed restaurants across Central Florida are offering three-course, prix-fix menus for only $37. The event, which began on August 27th, promises that the involved restaurants are taking the necessary precautions to ensure safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes providing open-air […]

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Disney Plus Logo in popcorn

If You’re A Disney Parks Fanatic, Watch These Documentaries

Published by Emily Murray

In between Disney vacations, guests may wish to experience a bit of the Disney magic back at home. Luckily, there are plenty of documentaries about the parks to give Disney guests a behind-the-scenes look of the Walt Disney Company. With the creation of Disney+ in 2019, many of these documentaries can be found on one […]

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Frozen Disney stage show

Disney Musical Theater Inside And Outside The Parks

Published by Emily Murray

Disney’s first animated movie, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, set the precedent for many future films to feature musical numbers. Because Disney movies have become synonymous with musical theatre, this type of entertainment has become integral to many different parts of the Walt Disney Company. High-quality musical theater productions can be seen in the […]

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Disney's Cinderella Castle, Magic Kingdom

Getting To The Disney Parks Before Rope Drop – With Or Without Disney Transportation

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Going to a Walt Disney World theme park is exciting at any time of the day, but mornings at Disney can be especially magical. The experience of entering the park right when it opens is called “rope drop”. Because a good number of people participate in rope drop, it is important for guests to arrive […]

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The History Of Disney Park Anniversaries

Published by Emily Murray

The World’s Most Magical Celebration begins in less than two months on October 1st. Guests of Walt Disney World can commemorate the resort’s 50th birthday with this 18-month long celebration. Cinderella Castle has received a brand new look with a new bright color scheme, gold accents, and a large “50” sign. Guests can expect new […]

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Are you a 90s Disney kid?

5 Things That All 90s Disney Kids Will Remember

Published by Emily Murray

The 1990s were the decade of boybands, Tamagotchis, and dail-up internet. For the Walt Disney Company, the last decade of 20th century was a time of change. The CEO at the time, Michael Eisner, was the first person from outside the company to hold the position. Eisner put a huge focus on revitalizing Walt Disney […]

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Magic Kingdom opening day 1971

This Is What Magic Kingdom Was Like On Opening Day In 1971

Published by Emily Murray

There are only three short months until “The World’s Most Magical Celebration” begins. October 1st, 2021 will kick off the 18-month long event which will honor the 50th anniversary of Magic Kingdom. The opening of Walt Disney World’s first theme park set the tone for years and years of magic. While many classic attractions debuted […]

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Woman in car going to Disney World

The History of Disney Transport And Walt’s Inspiration

Published by Emily Murray

When you go on vacation what is more important, the journey or the destination? At Walt Disney World, both aspects work hand in hand to create a magical experience. Disney Transport is the vast system of transportation options available to the guests of Walt Disney World. With this system, guests can travel between parking lots, […]

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The Great Movie Ride at Hollywood Studios

“Lost” Disney Rides You May Have Forgotten Existed

Published by Emily Murray

Walt Disney believed that his parks would never be completed as long as there is imagination left in the world. Because of this focus on imagination and progress, many Disney attractions have come and gone since 1955. Some of these attractions have been “lost” to time and were just a small part of Disney’s vast […]

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