Disney fan sites have been reporting a drastic change coming from the Disney Company, and fan message boards and news sites have been stumbling over themselves to either confirm or refute the rumors. Research from our own Uncle Walt's Insider team has suggested that the news is actually real, and now Disney itself is confirming the story. In spite of the mixed reactions -- including near-outrage from some quarters -- it is actually happening,
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Shortly after halting construction on the previously-announced Disneyland Texas Resort last week, the Walt Disney Company today revealed its plans to build a Disneyland-style theme park in an unlikely location: Pyongyang, the capital of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
Disney theme parks through the years
The first Disney theme park, Disneyland, was built in Anaheim, California, in 1955, and that location later added a second gate, Disney's California Adventure. In 1971 the Walt Disney World Resort opened southwest of Orlando, Florida, and ...
Just weeks after Disney Parks and Resorts announced plans for a new, Texas-themed resort, those plans are in jeopardy. The town of Disney, Oklahoma, has filed a lawsuit against the Disney company over the new resort, halting construction.
With a population of less than 400, the quiet town of Disney, Oklahoma, sits on an island at the southwestern end of the Great Lake of the Cherokees in northeastern Oklahoma. In fact, the residents there often refer to the town as "Disney ...
For decades, theme park fans have traded tales of a rumored third Disney property to be built in the central United States, with Texas being the most likely location. While Disney parks in California and Florida consistently rank as the most attended theme parks in the world, enthusiasts living midway between the coasts do not have easy access to their favorite parks, so the rumors have continued despite repeated denials by the Walt Disney Company. Well, Uncle Walt's Insider can now ...
The Disney Company announced today that guests wishing to visit more than one theme park on any given day will have an exciting new option: the so-called "Mega Park Hopper," which will give the bearer entrance to all of Disney's theme parks around the world on a single day.
"Until now, if a guest wanted to visit multiple parks in one day, the options were limited," Disney spokesperson Brogan Marshall tells Uncle Walt's Insider. "If they were content to stay within the Walt ...