“Disney Snubs History & Art”: When They Altered An Historic Magic Kingdom Icon

Seth Kubersky, Arts Journalist of the Orlando Weekly, posted a link to an article regarding Disney’s “snub to history and art” by altering an attraction that, not only has been a staple at Walt Disney World since its opening day in 1971, but is over 100 years old and has an historic past in its own right, including being the only WDW attraction Walt Disney saw before his death in 1966. Written by the person who worked on refurbishing the attraction in the mid-1990s to early 2000s, you can read the article if you click on
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How To Experience Some Of WDW’s Most Popular Attractions Without Standing In Long Lines or Using FastPass+

As many Disney fans can tell you, some of the longest queues at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom are in Fantasyland. On a typical day, it’s not unusual to see waits of at least 60 to 90 minutes for popular attractions such as Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Peter Pan’s Flight and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, and on busy days, waits of 2, 3 or even more hours can sometimes be expected.  With WDW’s FastPass+ (FP+) system, you can reserve a time slot to go on the attraction of your choice, but that still only lets you “skip the line” once per FP+ (unless you use all your FPs+ opportunities for those attractions).

To help make it easier for guests to have their fill of these popular attractions (and, let’s admit it, to help get a little more of their money), the decision makers at Walt Disney World have come up with a new park experience where they can do just that!

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Disney Snubs History & Arts by Altering Beloved, Historic Magic Kingdom Icon

Seth Kubersky, Arts Journalist of the Orlando Weekly, recently posted a link to an article regarding Disney’s “snub” to history and art by altering an attraction that, not only has been a staple at Walt Disney World since its opening day in 1971, but is nearly 100 years old and has an historic past in its own right, including being the only WDW attraction Walt Disney saw before his death in 1966. Written by the person who worked on refurbishing the attraction in the mid-1990s to early 2000s, you can read the article if you click on
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