It was fun enough to take the kids to a Disney park but grand kids are even better. However, while taking grand children to a Disney park such as Walt Disney World, it can also be a daunting task in proper planning is not put into place. The following infographic provides some basic tips that grandparents can keep in mind the next time they take the grand kids to Walt Disney World.
A brand new attraction is coming to Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon in spring of 2017! Miss Fortune Falls will be a family-style raft attraction that takes guests on a splashing journey through the fabled Captain Mary Oceaneer’s past.
Although there have been rumors that the Twilight Zone themed Tower of Terror in California Adventure would undergo a re-theming, many of us die-hard fans of the attraction were hoping that it was simply not true. But, alas, it is. The attraction will be re-themed to a Guardians of the Galaxy story-line.
There’s only room for one Happiest Place on Earth on Earth, at least according to the following infographic. The team at Cheap Flights.co.uk have cross-examined ticket prices, acreage, and the number of character meet-and-greets to determine which of six Disney parks is the most jolly. You may or may not be surprised at the results.
Unique to Disneyland, is the famous Matterhorn Bobsleds, a roller coaster inside a mountain that made its debut in 1959 at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. It is the first tubular steel continuous track roller coaster ever constructed and is composed of two intertwining steel roller coasters. The Matterhorn has undergone many changes throughout the years but continues to be a favorite of park guests.
The following infographic was discovered at Michael Sandberg’s Data Visualization Blog and is the result of a huge survey tht was conducted by DLPToday sometime in 2011. Though dated, it reveals some interesting information about Disneyland Paris fans.
Disneyland may look like any average theme park to those who are not in the know, But, there’s a secret world hidden behind the attractions, Disney characters and churros – a place where kitty cats roam the park at night and Mickey Mouse hides in various places
I discovered the following infographic over at Buzzfeed where a detailed census of the 21 leading animated female characters from every Disney film was conducted. To be included in the census, characters had to both be human as well as have a leading role in a film. The results are all presented in this colorful infographic.
Mickey Mouse was given birth by Walt Disney in 1928. Over the years, this iconic cartoon character has evolved many times. In the following infographic, Shirts.com explores Mickey’s roots in Oswald the Lucky Rabbit to the Mickey Mouse Club television series to video game appearances in Kingdom Hearts and Epic Mickey.
We all knew it was only a matter of time – that is until a “Frozen” attraction was going to come to a Disney theme park. And why not? A film that has brought in over $1.2 billion to date should have its own attraction, right?