Most folks just stay home and "visit" Disney parks throughYouTube.
UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q., SVALBARD -- A new study commissioned and funded by Uncle Walt's Insider (via free churro coupons) has some surprising results. Apparently over ninety percent of guests entering Disney theme parks worldwide do so to take video of the parks -- not for their own benefit, but for their YouTube channels!
Those results may not come as a shock to anyone who has been at the parks recently, seeing as ...
It worked for the Fourth of July!
BURBANK, CA -- After seeing the success and universal acclaim from the media for the nation's Fourth of July celebration in Washington, D.C., Disney Parks are getting into the spirit and adding military displays to its daily parades!
Bob Chapek, Chairperson of Disney Parks & Resorts & Spas, made the announcement Tuesday.
"We are excited to announce that Disney is partnering with the United States Armed Forces to add some incredible shows of force to our live ...
Disney's River Country had nothing on this new animal encounter!
SAN DIEGO, CA -- SeaWorld has long been known for their amazing shows, featuring some of the most talented marine animals. They also provide research into marine animal behavior, and helps rescue and rehabilitate sick and injured ocean-dwellers.
In addition, as part of their education and outreach strategy, SeaWorld allows guests to interact with these amazing animals through programs like Swim with Dolphins, Swim with Beluga Whales, Dine with Shamu (featuring whole, ...
Pictured: Artist's concept of Star Wars: Rand der Galaxie at Disneyland Bavaria.
FUSSEN, GERMANY -- Europe's second Disney park has only been open a few years, but is apparently already getting a new land.
According to an article in today's early edition of The Daily Churro, Disneyland Bavaria is the next park to get its own Star Wars land. Construction will begin shortly on the new "Schwarzer Spire Außenposten."
Germany: home of stormtroopers
Now that the skirmishes between Disneyland Bavaria and Disneyland Paris have died down, ...
Bob Iger says it will be "very difficult" to continue working there.
BURBANK, CA -- Disneyland Hong Kong and Shanghai Disneyland will shut down completely later this year, as the Disney Company moves to exit any jurisdiction that imposes legal restrictions they disagree with.
Sources cite the Chinese government's forced abortion policy and widespread religious persecution as prompting the decision. Disney CEO Bob "Robert" Iger hinted at the move earlier, when he said that "many people who work for us will not ...