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Four New Road Projects Planned for Walt Disney World Resort

Four road projects were recently approved for the Walt Disney World Resort. The Reedy Creek Improvement District has approved a $355 million package for the projects which are expected to be completed by 2018.

Disney News Round-Up: Food Kiosks Coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney Dollars Discontinued, and More

Welcome to Monday! We're checking out some of the news that's been happening around the Walt Disney World Resort including the addition of new kiosks around Echo Lake at the Studios, the end of Disney Dollars, and so much more. Let's dive in to the news round-up.

Parking Lot Changes at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Guests visiting Disney's Hollywood Studios might have noticed changes at the theme park's parking lots. Disney has reportedly been "adjusting" parking lot procedures recently to deal with the large crowds coming to the park for The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights.

Walt Disney World Resort Tops List of Most-Visited Theme Parks

If you've visited the Walt Disney World Resort in the past year you might have noticed that the crowds seemed a bit larger and maybe the stand-by queues were a bit longer. That wasn't your imagination. In 2014 the Magic Kingdom alone welcomed more than 19 million visitors, up 4 percent from 2013.

New Year’s Eve Wasn’t So Magical for Some Guests at the Magic Kingdom

The holidays are always a busy time at the Walt Disney World Resort, and New Year's Eve 2013 was no exception.

The Magic Kingdom reached capacity early Tuesday morning and was at a Phase 3 closing by about 11 a.m.

A Phase 3 park closing means admission to the park is limited to Disney Resort guests, Annual, Premier, and Premium Passholders, guests with dining reservations, and guests who have Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique or Pirates League reservations.

Profits Are Up for The Walt Disney Company

The Walt Disney Company reported its second quarter earnings for the fiscal year 2013, and it was good news for the House of the Mouse. The company reported an overall profit of $1.5 billion, which is up 32 percent from the same period last year.

Details Surface Regarding Walt Disney World's 40th Anniversary Celebration on October 1

Disney to date has seemed fairly tight-lipped about what's in store to celebrate 40 years of Walt Disney World. Recently, though, some of the big day's plans have emerged and give guests an idea of what to expect on October 1 at the Magic Kingdom.

First off, a special 40th anniversary presentation will start at 10 a.m. at the Cinderella Castle Forecourt Stage. Mum's still the word on the presentation's details, but it's said that many guests have been planning for an early trip to the MK that day.

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10 Reasons Fall Is My Favorite Time Of Year To Visit Walt Disney World

One of the most frequent questions I get asked when discussing Walt Disney World travel with people, is what time of year is best to travel. While my answer is always dependent on the interests of those inquiring, I also make mention of when I like to travel. Year after year Fall continues to be one of my favorite times of year to visit Walt Disney World, here are ten reasons why.

Guest Review: Culinary Arts At The Epcot International Festival Of The Arts

I had the chance to check out the new Epcot International Festival of the Arts its first weekend. This is a new festival that is running Fridays-Mondays, January 13 until February 20, 2017. Events take place around the World Showcase from park open until park close. Valid admission to Epcot is required to attend.

10 Top Tips To Make The Most Of Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party

Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party is a hard ticket event held from 7pm until midnight on select nights each Fall at the Magic Kingdom. The family friendly atmosphere and entertainment are fan favorites and a great special addition to add to your Walt Disney World Vacation. We've got 10 Top Tips to make the most your party experience.

Spring Break Travel Tips For Walt Disney World

Spring Breaks start early this year, with many colleges heading off for holiday as early as February 27th. A fun time in the sun in a vacation tradition that has it's own unique set of travel challenges. While the crowd that heads to Walt Disney World tends to be tamer than those you'll find at the coastal beaches, the joy of being young and traveling with friends can still bring some stress. Plan ahead and check out our list of for tips to for a great Spring Break.

Travel Tips for The Busy Holiday Season

Thanksgiving and the Winter Holidays are two of the most popular times of year for traveling, and however you plan on getting from your house to Disney, there are bound to be crowds and delays. We've gathered together some tips to help you prepare for getting from home to your Disney destination without too much hassle.

Theme Park Survival Tips For A 4th of July at Walt Disney World

With Independence Day almost upon us, Disney fans are making plans to head to the Parks to celebrate the holiday. While this isn't quite as crowded as Christmas or New Year's Eve, Guests should be prepared for some of the largest crowds of the year. Here are a few survival tips for enjoying your Disney 4th of July.

The Top Spots to Take a Break at the Magic Kingdom

We've all been there. Fighting our way through the crowds at the Magic Kingdom when it's hot and you're melting and you're just about thisclose to a "Calgon take me a way" moment. In that instance it might seem as if you'll never escape the crowds and you'll just get swept up in a sea of Mouse Ear-wearing humanity. But there is hope. There are places to take a break and escape for just a few minutes.

10 Tips for a Magical Walt Disney World Summer Vacation

It's that time of year again when you're planning your summer vacation to the Walt Disney World Resort along with thousands of other families. There are a few things we can guarantee for a summer vacation at Disney: heat, humidity, crowds, and cranky people. While there's no escaping the crowds or the heat, summer is still a great time to visit.

Find an Out-of-this-World Hot Dog at The Lunching Pad in the Magic Kingdom

There are certain quick service spots at Walt Disney World Resort that are always a good place to stop, whether it's just for an ice cold drink or a quick meal or snack. The Lunching Pad located in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom is one of those spots. The menu seems basic but if you look closely you'll find some really delicious treats.

The Best Spots to Take a Break at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

When you're touring any of the theme parks at the Walt Disney World Resort there are many reasons to take a break. Maybe you're feet are weary, or the crowds are unbearable, or the heat is relentless, or the rain is pouring down. Whatever the reason it's always a good idea to plan a break (or two or three) into your touring plan no matter what park you're visiting.