Unusual Facts About Disney World – Business Insider

The perfume is sprayed throughout official website the day in the pavilion. 11. Sometimes in the red phone booth across from the Hotel du Canada in Epcot, the phone rings and it’s a Disney character calling that you can have a conversation with. 12. The Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster was supposed to feature music by the Rolling Stones, but the band proved too expensive for Disney’s tastes. Instead, the park paid Aerosmith to use their music on the roller coaster. HarshLight/Flickr Disney’s Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster 13. In The Voyage of the Little Mermaid ride, Disney adds helium to the bubble makers to create bubbles that float up instead of down. 14. Some Spoonbills in the Oasis section of Animal Kingdom are given fake eggs to sit on.
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Disney World is famous for the giant princess castle that greets visitors in the Magic Kingdom.

It opened in July of 1955. Although it is still in operation (and very popular), it is much smaller than Disney World. Walt Disney was never content with the California Park and he aspired to create a much grander play place for the world. So, throughout the 1960s he secretly brought cheap land in Florida where he constructed Disney World! The first theme park to open in Disney World was The Magic Kingdom. Its first day of operation was October 1, 1971. Unfortunately, Walt Disney died in 1966 and never saw the park open. He would, however, be pleased to know that the Magic Kingdom remains the most visited of all the parks in Disney World! The proper name for Disney World is The Walt Disney World Resort . Disney World has some of the most famous rides in the world including Splash Mountain, Its a Small World, and the Flying Dumbo.
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