Sir Edward’s Haberdasher (Closed)

| Wednesday, October 10th, 2007

Sir Edward’s Haberdasher, located in the old Disney Village Marketplace, was named after Edward Moriarty, who was with the Walt Disney Company for more than 20 years before leaving to […]

River Country (Closed)

| Friday, September 21st, 2007

Currently there are two unique water adventures available at the Walt Disney World Resort – Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. There used to be three water parks, but the original […]

Typhoon Lagoon

| Friday, September 21st, 2007

According to legend, Typhoon Lagoon was created when a massive storm struck the luxurious (and fictitious) Placid Palms Resort. As fate would have it, though, nature transformed the resort into […]

Blizzard Beach

| Friday, September 21st, 2007

Blizzard Beach, which opened in 1995, is the largest of the three Water Parks, with 66 acres in total. In 2001, The Travel Channel named Disney’s Blizzard Beach the #3 […]

Beyond the Theme Parks

| Monday, September 17th, 2007

Bay Lake and The Seven Seas Lagoon “The Electrical Water Pageant” is one of Walt Disney World’s longest-running shows and is performed nightly on Bay Lake and the Seven Seas […]

Downtown Disney

| Monday, September 17th, 2007

The Downtown Disney area is an exciting metropolis of restaurants, nightclubs, theaters and merchandise shops incorporating the Marketplace, Pleasure Island and the 66-acre West Side. Location: The 120-acre area borders […]

Sports and Recreation at WDW

| Monday, September 17th, 2007

Miniature Golf Courses Located behind the Dolphin on Epcot Resorts Boulevard, Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf opened in 1996 and features 36 holes of fun in two courses – Fantasia Gardens […]