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  • Fun Facts: New Fantasyland

    Project size. Doubles the size of Fantasyland. Originally 10 acres; today’s Fantasyland with expansion: 21 acres. Largest expansion in the 41-year history of the Magic Kingdom. Team effort. Between Walt Disney Imagineers and Cast Members from Merchandise, Food and Beverage and various lines of business, it took more than 140 disciplines to bring New Fantasyland to life. […]

    New Fantasyland

  • Blizzard Beach

    Disney’s Blizzard Beach Fact Sheet

    WHAT IT IS:  Disney’s Blizzard Beach is a 66-acre themed water recreation attraction — inspired by the mythology of a snow ski resort that didn’t exactly find a suitable climate in Florida! LOCATION:  Disney’s Animal Kingdom resort area between Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort and Disney’s All-Star Resorts at Buena Vista Drive/Osceola Parkway intersection — Walt […]

    Disney's Water Parks

  • "Happy HalloWishes" fireworks show at the Magic Kingdom

    Mickey’s Not-so-Scary Halloween Party

    13 Not-so-Frightening Fun Facts for All No need to be frightened out of your wits to enjoy true Halloween fun!  Magic Kingdom celebrates the season with the family-friendly Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party on select nights Sept.10-Nov. 1.  With your special admission ticket, you can dress up in your favorite costume and count the ways to […]

    Magic Kingdom

  • Disney's Typhoon Lagoon

    Typhoon Lagoon Fact Sheet

     WHAT IT IS:  Typhoon Lagoon is a 61-acre themed water recreation attraction — inspired by the imagined legend of a typhoon, earthquake and volcanic eruption combining to create an inland sea with breaker waves (Typhoon Lagoon) and a towering watershed mountain (Mt. Mayday) atop which is a stranded shrimp boat (the Miss Tilly). LOCATION:  Downtown […]

    Disney's Water Parks, Fact Sheets

  • The Villas at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

    Walt Disney World Resort Hotels Fact Sheet

    Magic Kingdom Area Disney’s Contemporary Resort – 655 rooms and suites and a concierge floor in a 14-story deluxe resort. Dining options include California Grill, The Wave…of American Flavors, Contempo Café and Chef Mickey’s, three lounges, two snack bars and room service.  Recreational amenities include water skiing, boat rentals, jogging, volleyball, parasailing, playground and two swimming […]

    Fact Sheets, Walt Disney World Resort Hotels

  • Castle Spires -- Colorful flowerbeds surround Cinderella Castle in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort. Rising 17 stories into the Florida sky, the structure serves as a landmark for park visitors and provides an entryway into Fantasyland. (Gene Duncan, Photographer)

    Walt Disney World Fun Facts

    It’s Not a Small World, After All . . . Covering nearly 40 square miles, Walt Disney World Resort is about the size of San Francisco or two Manhattan islands. Of the nearly 25,000 acres, a third is designated as conservation land. A Cast of Thousands . . . more than 66,000 Cast Members in Central Florida to be […]

    Walt Disney World Resort

  • Disney's Art of Animation Resort: "Finding Nemo" Wing Exterior

    Disney’s Art of Animation Resort Fun Facts

    Total property size: 87 acres The Nemo pool has 310,000 gallons and is the largest pool on Disney property, not counting water parks If you combined all the swimming pools, you could park 125 cars inside the pools For the first time ever at any Disney resort hotel,  in-room décor pieces may be purchased at […]

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  • Characters in Flight Lifts Off

    Downtown Disney Fact Sheet

    The Downtown Disney area is an exciting metropolis of restaurants, theaters and merchandise shops incorporating the Marketplace, Pleasure Island and the West Side. Location:  The 120-acre area borders the south shore of Village Lake at the intersection of Buena Vista Drive and Hotel Plaza Boulevard in the east-central portion of Walt Disney World Resort.  Downtown […]

    Downtown Disney, Fact Sheets

  • EPCOT'S SHINING ICON - Spaceship Earth is the visual and thematic centerpiece of Epcot at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

    Epcot Fact Sheet

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Epcot, the second Walt Disney World Resort theme park, opened Oct. 1, 1982 — 11 years after the Magic Kingdom debuted. The 305-acre park, identified by its iconic Spaceship Earth geodesic sphere, features two distinct areas. Future World is a showcase of discovery filled with new ideas and technology, plus […]

    Epcot, Fact Sheets

  • The charm and flavor of the 1930s Mid-Atlantic coast is recaptured at Disney's BoardWalk, a waterfront village combining an exciting entertainment district with Disney's BoardWalk Inn and Disney's BoardWalk Villas.

    Disney’s BoardWalk Fast Facts

    Robert A.M. Stern-designed resort situated on 45 acres along the southern shore of Crescent Lake (across from Disney’s Yacht Club Resort and Disney’s Beach Club Resort). Two- to five-story buildings surrounded by private courtyards and manicured gardens, with view of Crescent Lake: Disney’s BoardWalk Inn — 378 rooms, deluxe hotel includes guest rooms with concierge […]

    Walt Disney World Resort, Walt Disney World Resort Hotels

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