Disney Magic lives in the details created by the magicians known as Imagineers. You will miss it if spend your time in the parks rushing from attraction to attraction.
Before Disneyland opened in 1955, theme parks didn’t exist. There were carnivals, circuses, and amusement parks but Walt Disney brought us the first theme park. What’s the difference? A theme park is more than just a collection of rides and shows. A theme park has attractions that tell stories and are designed to fit specific lands. At their best, theme parks are a theater that shows tons of different stories that all somehow meld together. Just like a film, these attractions are made up of different scenes. Today, I’m going to tell you my ten favorite scenes in Disney attractions.
Now that I’m done with my extreme round-about way of explaining attraction scenes, I need to add in some caveats before I get to my list. First, my favorite attraction scenes do not generally reflect what my favorite attraction is. Some attractions are so good as a whole (Pirates of the…
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