Fans can finally get a detailed look at galactic outpost on its way to Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, thanks to the unveiling of a new Star Wars Land model at D23 Expo 2017. [Read more…]
The Walt Disney Company has unveiled key elements of Shanghai Disneyland, including its six themed lands and live entertainment, many of which are a first for a Disney park. [Read more…]
Towering above guests as they enter Legoland Hotel, a Lego dragon model has been installed at Legoland Florida Resort. [Read more…]
A decidedly smaller Orlando Eye observation wheel was revealed yesterday. But you can’t ride this one. It’s a Lego version which will be on display in the Miniland U.S.A section of Legoland Florida. [Read more…]
Hosts Banks Lee and JeniLynn Knopp bring you this week’s theme park and attraction news. On this week’s episode: [Read more…]
Legoland Florida is bringing back its kid-friendly Halloween celebration, Brick-or-Treat. The event takes place each Saturday in October from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. [Read more…]
The House of Presidents in Clermont, Fla. (just outside Orlando) has a beautifully detailed model of the White House. The model is currently decorated for Christmas, and it may be something interesting to see during the holiday week. [Read more…]
During her visit to Universal Orlando, Australian supermodel Elle Macpherson and her son Cy, age 8, encountered mysterious Egyptian guards at the entrance to the Revenge of the Mummy attraction in Universal Studios. [Read more…]
Legoland’s master model builders have begun the painstaking task of creating and caring for nearly 15,000 models that will be on display when the park opens this October. [Read more…]
Legoland Florida recently recieved their first of 50 shipments of Lego models for the new theme park. The life-size models were made by hand in Europe especially for Legoland and will be featured throughout the park when it opens this October. [Read more…]
This photo of a large model of the expanded part of Fantasyland has been appearing around the Internet this past week. It’s a bit different from the originally leaked blueprints of the redone Fantasyland at Disney’s Magic Kingdom. The Pixie Hollow area has been moved back a bit and the Dumbo ride has been moved to just before the current Barnstormer ride. The blueprint also shows a pooh meet and greet area, which isn’t clearly marked in the model.
Neither the blueprint or this photo of the model were officially released by Disney, so there’s no way to tell which is the newer design, but logic says it’s the model. The model also fits along with the officially released concept art, which can be seen in the video below.
• For more on Disney’s plans for Fantasyland, be sure to get a copy of the Winter 2010 issue of Orlando Attractions Magazine.