The next would have been Disney's Rhode Island Adventure.
BURBANK, CA -- Newly-released documents from the Disney Archive show that the company once considered building a "Disney's <State> Adventure" park in every state.
When the California Adventure park opened in 2001, the Mouse anticipated that it would be a huge success, and a model to follow. Instead, critics savaged the park for several missteps: using "off the shelf" rides for one, and a general lack of churros. But the biggest criticism was for ...
Disney Parks' new stroller policy has guests desperate to recoup their investment.
EbAY H.Q., WHEREVER THAT IS [Note: have the intern look this up.] [Ed.: For the thousandth time, Marty, we do not have an intern. And it's your week to empty the trash.] -- As of next month, large strollers are no longer allowed in Disney Parks and Resorts and Spas. And suddenly some families find themselves with large strollers costing hundreds of dollars -- and pull-wagons of any size -- that ...
After May 1st, no Cast Member can wish you "Have an ice day!"
ANAHEIM, CA and LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL — In a surprising statement, Disney has announced that ice cubes and dry ice will no longer be allowed in their theme parks. The news was buried in a much larger press release about limits on stroller size, and announcing that the parks would become entirely smoke free.
No more cold beverages?
Disney did not make it clear whether the ban would include all ...
The Salvador Dali-inspired theme park will be a radical change.
PIGEON FORGE, TN -- Dolly Parton's country-themed park has been sold to investors from Dubai, and will soon get an extensive makeover. Gone will be the down-home, Tennessee mountain charm. Instead, the park will be renamed "Dali-wood" and rethemed to surrealist Salvador Dali's paintings.
Why be normal?
"Our investors are big fans of the artist," says park spokesperson Jun "Hello" Dali (no relation). "We've been looking for a park to buy rather than build ...
Now Brits won't have to travel to Orlando or Paris to see Mickey!
STAFFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND -- For years, long-suffering Disney fans in the United Kingdom have watched other countries get Disney parks. First France, then Japan, then China - both Hong Kong and Shanghai - and even North Korea and New Zealand. But now their patience has paid off, as the Walt Disney Company has announced plans to purchase the Alton Towers Resort in Staffordshire, England.
The Alton Towers Resort, like so ...