It's like a single-rider line, but with only a 50% chance you'll get to ride.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- Excitement continues to build around the new, completely-park-appropriate "Guardians of the Galaxy" roller coaster currently being built at EPCOT. The coaster, slated to be finished in 2038, has Marvel fans rejoicing (and Epcot Center purists in anguish).
New details are emerging about the ride as construction progresses. The attraction will feature the usual Standby and Fastpass+ queues, but instead of a single-rider line, ...
All alone or in twos, the ones who really love you walk up and down outside the wall.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- As we noted in an article update recently, Epcot will soon be home to Disney's "The Magic of Construction Walls" tour. The popular tour originated in Disney's Hollywood Studios, but was discontinued after the opening of Galaxy's Edge.
Like the previous offering, this tour will take guests throughout Epcot's multiple construction areas. The survey of the approximately 63 miles of ...
Pictured: Artist's concept of new Space 220 restaurant at Epcot.
EPCOT, FL -- Uncle Walt's Insider has new information regarding a certain restaurant at the End of the Universe!
This is of course Space 220, a new restaurant run by the Patina Group, coming soon to EPCOT. Its opening has been delayed for some time, and now Uncle Walt's Insider can finally reveal the details behind the delay. Disney (the company) spokeswomanperson Jun Disney (no relation) shares the details with us.
To boldly ...
You've seen the backside of water. Now experience the underside of water!
MAGIC KINGDOM, FL -- A boatload of lucky guests were the first ones to try out Disney's new "full immersion technology" aboard the Jungle Cruise - Sponsored by Flex Seal®!
The ride, located at the Magic Kingdom Park at the Walt Disney World Resort, Spa & Scuba Center, is the first publicly visible effect of the change in leadership at the Disney Company. Bob "Bob" Chapek's first order, just days after ...
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"Hey Walt, what do you think of Walt Disney World becoming an all-inclusive resort? What are the pros and cons?"
Submitted by George K., Winter Haven, FL
Thanks for asking.
When we first broke the news, people cried about corporate greed, and how it makes this unaffordable for the working class, or even the middle class. We pointed out that parking was included, but the damage had been done and Disney backed ...