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Disney Youth Programs: Applied Sciences & Environmental Studies

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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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Disney Cruise Line: The Disney MAGIC

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First in the Disney Cruise Line fleet was the Disney Magic. Christened July 28, 1998, the ship set sail with a celebrity-filled manifest listing director George Lucas, NBA star David Robinson, country singer Travis Tritt, actor Sidney Poitier, actress/voice over artist Jodi Benson, and then Disney CEO Michael Eisner. Also in attendance were Walt Disney’s […]

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Epcot World Showcase: The Norway Pavilion

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Epcot’s Norway Pavilion is an authentic, picturesque piece of Scandinavian scenery. When designing the World Showcase, Disney Imagineers desired to capture each country’s unique spirit. Norway’s seafaring heritage, folklore, and distinctive architecture are magnificently displayed in the Pavilion’s use of natural materials, Norse décor, and village atmosphere. The Pavilion pulls from different locales around Norway. […]

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Magical Blogorail Yellow: Epcot’s Candlelight Processional

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Welcome to those of you joining me from DELIGHTFULLY DISNEY and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the 3rd stop on our Magical Blogorail. It’s sad, I know, but I have not yet been to Walt Disney World Resort during Christmas time. But here are two things I am really looking forward to. […]

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The Only Constant is Change: Epcot Innoventions

Walt Disney Imagineering’s philosophy suggests that the only way to arrive at the best idea is by way of lots of other ideas. Epcot went through 19 major design revisions—even being pitched as two separate parks—before it reached “the best idea” that debuted in 1982. But of course, as with all Disney Parks, and in […]

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The Golden Horseshoe Saloon

Photo via Disney Parks A day at Disneyland Park can leave a pardner hankerin’ for a “rootin’, tootin’, hip-hollerin’ good time.” The only place to satisfy that craving is at the Golden Horseshoe Saloon in Frontierland, where western flair is everywhere! Mounted steer horns and period chandeliers set the stage for this 1850s chuck wagon. […]

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The Art of Frankenweenie Exhibition

Last Friday, the latest feature from Walt Disney Pictures and Tim Burton Animation, Frankenweenie, opened in theaters across the country. The stop-motion film was inspired by Burton’s 1984 live-action short by the same title, in which a young boy named Victor Frankenstein revives his beloved, deceased dog Sparky. (You can view a clip of the […]

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Magic Kingdom’s New Fantasyland Expansion

Our terrific assistant, Tiffany, has brought us another great post today with a thorough look (in text and photography) at the new Fantasyland expansion at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. Be sure to join us tomorrow as we hop aboard Magical Blogorail Yellow. We’ll be talking about the new Fantasyland experiences we’re most looking forward […]

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Voyage of the Little Mermaid

  Under the sea Under the sea Darling it’s better Down where it’s wetter Take it from me… Stuck on the song now? You’re welcome! Visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios and you can journey under the sea with Ariel and all her aquatic friends in a 15-minute live stage show (check Guide for times). Based on […]

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Night skies burst with color over Disney’s Hollywood Studios when Mickey Mouse, aka the Sorcerer’s Apprentice, directs an orchestrated battle between good and evil. Lights, lasers, pyrotechnics, and water animation and choreography combine in a shimmering display of sights and sounds in Fantasmic! The 25-minute show utilizes over one million gallons of water and features […]

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