The Town Square Theater in Magic Kingdom is so much more than a glorified Meet and Greet location. It is a trip backstage, a peek behind the curtain, a VIP visit to the main mouse’s dressing room, and as such, this elevated experience treats observant visitors to a number of callbacks, gags, inside jokes, and Easter eggs.
The east side’s Plaza Restaurant, with its understated charm, is a continuation of the turn-of-the-century, Victorian architecture, but the west side’s Crystal Palace is more of a diversion. Grand in its appearance, with its enumerable windows and glass pane domes, it creates an appropriate transition to the British and French colonial architecture of the Adventureland facades.
This week we will explore some of the practical magic of Walt Disney World, as we look at the Secrets, Special Effects, and Illusions of
WDW Radio Show #544 – Listener Email: Restaurant Concepts, Required Movies, How to Fly, Main Street Music, and a Lightning Round!
I’ll open up the inbox this week and answer your questions… but with a little bit of a twist. Topics include: “Blue Sky” designing a
For me, nothing in Walt Disney World evokes as warm, sentimental, and nostalgic feeling for me than walking right down the middle of Main Street,
Themed as a turn-of-the-century tea room and originally sponsored by Sarah Lee, Walt Disney World’s Main Street Bakery quickly became a fan favorite and holds
“I have a special something just for you. Here, take my business card. It’s a very special card, you see. Show this to any
Tucked away in that little nook halfway down Main Street, U.S.A., near the Uptown Jewelers, is the location of one of the most darling experiences
In the spirit of the “In Memoriam” segment found in the upcoming, well-known Hollywood awards show, the WDW Radio Blog will be honoring Walt
One of my favorite areas in any of the Walt Disney World theme parks is Main Street, USA. It is a land rich in story,