If you missed Part 1, the story of Pleasure Island, you can go back and read it here. Now for Part 2. Once the Imagineers decided to make S.E.A. an immersive story, they went all out. They created characters and stories, and eventually tied this story together in the theme parks all over the world.
I am a sucker for a great story, and that is just part of the reason why I love Disney Parks so much. My favorite stories are so real it’s hard to believe they’re made up by the amazing people known as Disney Imagineers. To tell this particular story, we need to go back in
I want to get into my FAVORITE part of Disney Parks: the stories and the details. Galaxy’s Edge is FULL of them. It is such an immersive space, and right next to Toy Story Land, ANOTHER totally immersive land. The Imagineers are really upping their game lately. Let’s start at the very beginning: the name.
When people think of Walt Disney World, “thrill rides” don’t necessarily come to mind. And there are not too many to be found. But there ARE mountains to be conquered. The three “official” mountains at Walt Disney World are Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, and Big Thunder Mountain. They are quite popular and can have very
YOU. ARE. A. TOYYYYYYYYYY! Ever since Toy Story first came out in theaters, waaaaaay back in 1995, I have felt validated. I just KNEW my toys were playing with each other when I wasn’t in the room. In 2018, Walt Disney World brought Andy’s Backyard to life when they created Toy Story Land, located in