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Walt Disney World in 2020: What Are You Most Looking Forward To?

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Happy Holidays, everyone!  

Another year of tips, memories, new adventures, and fun at the Disney resorts is almost at an end. But 2020 shows the promise of many new attractions and experiences at Walt Disney World

With that in mind, the WDW Radio Blog Team was asked, “With all the changes coming at Walt Disney World, what are you most looking forward to in 2020?” Here is what they had to share:

Felicia and Sean
My husband and I are both really looking forward to the new Mary Poppins attraction coming to Disney’s EPCOT. It’s our favorite Disney movie, and Mary holds such a special place in everyone’s hearts. It’s long overdue, and we can’t wait to learn more about it and experience it when it opens!

Maureen Petrone and Pam Rose
My family is looking forward to Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railroad, scheduled to open in March 2020 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. We have always loved the Great Movie Ride, so it will be fun to see how they recreate the space!

Kendall Foreman 
While the changes at Disney’s EPCOT will continue well into 2021, watching its transformation is what I am looking forward to most at WDW during 2020. I am so excited to see how each idea and piece of concept art is brought to life, even things as simple as new landscaping and green areas. While I will certainly miss some of the park’s lost elements, I believe in the possibility of an incredible future for the community of tomorrow!

Erin Stough
I’m really looking forward to Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railroad at Disney’s Hollywood Studios! I am a massive Mickey fan, and I have enjoyed the new Mickey Mouse Shorts (they are full of Disney Easter eggs!). I’m so excited that Mickey will have his own attraction.

Kathy Wicks 
Afterviewing the Epcot Experience at the new Odyssey Events Center, I think I am most looking forward to the Moana-inspired Journey of Water at Disney’s EPCOT. I’m thrilled the Imagineers will re-purpose the Fountain of Nations to create a “living water” experience in a nature setting. Walt Disney World always does an excellent job with the landscaping, and I look forward to checking out the native foliage the attraction might include.

Now it’s your turn to tell us in the comments below! With all the changes coming at Walt Disney World, what you are most looking forward to in 2020? Once again, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!

To learn more about the members of the WDW Radio Blog team and read some of their posts, visit their author pages by clicking on their names above.  (Image from the personal collection of Kathy Wicks.)