Following last week's stunning announcement that the Tree of Life will be removed, the Disney Company has announced that the Tree will live on -- possibly in your own backyard!
An ignoble end
Loggers began removing the Tree of Life, the central icon and symbol of Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park since its opening in 1998, last week, following an incident where several guests tried to climb it. Walt Disney World Resort guests report that as of publication, only some outer limbs have ...
Thanksgiving week brought record-setting crowds to the Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Florida. Despite the crowds, guests and their families in attendance still had a great time -- with one notable exception, a man who was not able to exit from the Hub in front of Cinderella Castle.
Record breaking attendance causes massive crowd
With an improving economy, more people than ever are visiting Walt Disney World for the holiday season. While this has a positive effect on ...
Three o'clock parade fails to begin at three o'clock
Panic ensued at Disney's Magic Kingdom Park on Saturday as the three o'clock parade failed to begin precisely at three o'clock. Guests waiting in Frontierland watched the parade starting point for almost four-and-a-half minutes past three before the music sounded and the leading performers of Disney's Festival of Fantasy Parade appeared. During that brief time, over 75 complaints were logged at City Hall. Cast members are also shaken, and are now unsure how ...
Some are calling this the Christmas miracle of the season! Eighty-seven guests attending last night's 6:45 p.m. performance the Candlelight Processional at Epcot on December 7th were apparently fully healed, abandoning their ECVs (Electric Conveyance Vehicles).
Candlelight Processional - a Christmas Tradition
For nearly 60 years Disney parks have told the biblical story of the birth of Jesus during the much-loved Candlelight Processional, which is performed on select nights at both Disneyland Park and Epcot. Each performance has a celebrity narrator that reads ...
Just three days after unidentified guests attempted to climb the Tree of Life at the Animal Kingdom (pictured above), Walt Disney World Resort announced that the iconic tree will be removed in order to avoid future incidents.
A wonder of nature
Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park opened in 1998, built around the 145-foot tall Tree of Life, which was discovered there in the late 1970's. Imagineers at the time marveled at the trunk of the Tree, the bark of which had grown in ...