We are back this beautiful Monday morning, continuing a series on Disney Youth Program offerings. This week we’ll focus on the Youth Education Series Applied Science & Environmental Studies. Classes are designed for elementary, middle grade, and high school students, and, like the Liberal Arts and Leadership Development courses we looked at last week, last […]
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Did you know this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Disney Trivia about Disneyland’s it’s a small world? The trees planted on the roof of Disneyland’s it’s a small world conceal the immensity of the attraction’s building. And it happened by accident! When it’s a small world was in the design process, some trees were left on top […]
Did you know this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Disney Trivia about Disneyland’s Splash Mountain? Splash Mountain at Disneyland Park is a 52-foot drop (equivalent to a 5-story building) at a 47-degree angle. At the attraction’s opening, it was the longest flume chute in the world! (Via Disney Trivia from the Vault, by Dave Smith.) *Our friend […]
We hope you enjoyed our cyber visit to Disneyland Park this month! We’ll check out Disney’s California Adventure in a couple months, after we spend some quality time at Epcot. I know a lot of you have been snowed under a lot in February. Hopefully, that gave you time to learn while you played here […]
Tiggerific Tuesday #DisneyTrivia: Sleeping Beauty Castle If you’re like me, you’ve also wondered why Sleeping Beauty Castle is so much smaller than its other Disney Parks counterparts. Well, when Disneyland was in development stages, Walt Disney recalled stories about how European castles had been built extremely large and imposing so as to intimidate the poor […]
Ever seeking ways to improve, or plus, his theme park, the gears of Walt Disney’s imagination never ceased to crank. While on vacation in Europe on the set of the 1959 film, Third Man on the Mountain, Walt took in the majesty of the mountain on which he stood, and pieces of the what-to-build-next puzzle […]
Walt Disney’s early ideas for what we know as Disneyland Resort began small, with plans for a “Mickey Mouse Park” across the street from the Walt Disney Studios. But, of course, grander visions and constant plussing developed into a full, imaginative experience that incorporated all the genres of storytelling Walt so enjoyed. The Park became […]
Did you know today’s Tiggerific Tuesday #DisneyTrivia about the Disneyland Railroad Stations? The Disneyland Railroad makes a total of four stops, including Main Street, U.S.A., New Orleans Square, Mickey’s Toontown, and Tomorrowland. Which is your favorite stop? get the InLinkz code Add MAGICAL MOUSE SCHOOLHOUSE to your home library!