50 Things You Didn’t Know About Disney World

Contemplate Walt Disney World Resort and its four world-class amusement parks - Disney's Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom? Reconsider! Indeed the greatest Disney aficionado will be delighted, fascinated or shocked by a portion of the 50 captivating Disney World actualities recorded underneath...

1. Walt Disney World includes 30,500 sections of land, making it give or take the same size as San Francisco.

2. At the point when Disney's Magic Kingdom initially opened its entryways on October 1, 1971, grown-up affirmation cost $3.50.

3. The opening day swarm at Disney's Magic Kingdom was pretty nearly 10,000 visitors.

4. The eight "E ticket" attractions at Disney's Magic Kingdom were Space Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean, Haunted Mansion, Country Bear Jamboree, Hall of Presidents, Jungle Cruise, It's a Small World and 20,000 Leagues under the Sea.

5. The assessed yearly participation at Disney's Magic Kingdom is 16.2 million, took after by Epcot with 9.9 million, Disney-MGM Studios with 8.6 million and Disney's Animal Kingdom with 8.2 million.

6. Cinderella Castle is Disney's tallest structure at 189 feet, emulated by Space Mountain at 183 feet.

7. Both the Carousel of Progress and It's A Small World made their introduction at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair.

8. The 180-foot-tall Spaceship Earth at the doorway to Epcot weighs give or take 16 million pounds.

9. The Haunted Mansion uses condition of-the-craftsmanship Omnimover vehicles called "Fate Buggies."

10. The sprightly headhunter who appears close to the end of the Jungle Cruise is known as "Dealer Sam."

11. In conjunction with the 2006 arrival of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men's Chest, the Pirates of the Caribbean fascination at Disney's Magic Kingdom was revamped to include a few characters from the film, for example, Jack Sparrow and Hector Barbossa.

12. The symbol of Disney's Animal Kingdom, The Tree of Life, stands 14 stories, offers more than 300 creature carvings and is 50 feet wide.

13. Implicit 1917, Cinderella's Golden Carrousel in Fantasyland was once found at Olympic Park in Maplewood, New Jersey.

14. The Great Movie Ride at Disney-MGM Studios is housed in a reproduction of Mann's Chinese Theater.

15. Astro Orbiter initially opened in Tomorrowland in 1974 as Star Jets.

16. The Hall of Presidents had its starting points as a sound animatronic show called "Incredible Moments with Mr. Lincoln," which debuted at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair.

17. Initially known as the "Tropical Serenade," the Tiki Room in Adventureland was once supported by Florida Citrus Growers.

18. The 60-foot-tall Swiss Family Treehouse in Adventureland weighs more or less 200 tons and is made of cement and a huge number of polyethylene takes off.

19. Cinderella Castle, the centerpiece of Disney's Magic Kingdom, emphasizes 18 towers and 13 beasts.

20. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh at Fantasyland is placed on the site of the previous Mr. Frog's Wild Ride.

21. The "Spirits of America" statues in The American Adventure at Epcot speak to Adventure, Compassion, Discovery, Freedom, Heritage, Independence, Individualism, Innovation, Knowledge, Pioneering, Self-Reliance and Tomorrow.

22. Towering four stories over Dinoland U.s.a. at Disney's Animal Kingdom, Dino-Sue is a careful copy of the biggest Tyrannosaurus Rex ever found.

23. Huge Thunder Mountain Railroad in Frontierland characteristics six trains: I.b. Healthy, I.m. Courageous, I.m. Dauntless, U.b. Strong, U.r. Brave and U.r. Valiant.

24. The Rock "n" Roller Coaster - Starring Aerosmith at Disney-MGM Studios dispatches you at a velocity of 0 to 60 miles for every hour in 2.8 seconds.

25. A swinging suspension extension heads from Tom Sawyer Island to Fort Langhorne, which was named after Samuel Langhorne Clemens (also called Mark Twain).

26. The copy of the Liberty Bell that can be found in the core of Liberty Square was assembled from the same bona fide give a role as the first in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

27. The passageway to Haunted Mansion characteristics sepulchers with hilarious names engraved, for example, I.m. Prepared, Rustin Peese, Pearl E. Doors, Manny Festation, Dustin T. Dust and Asher T. Cinders.

28. The Walt Disney World Railroad, which serves more or less 1.5-million travelers yearly, is a credible 1928 steam-controlled train.

29. The Mission: SPACE rush ride at Epcot is authentic to the point that movement affliction packs are accessible just if there should be an occurrence of crisis.

30. Mickey's Toontown Fair was once known as both Mickey's Birthdayland and Mickey's Starland.

31. Sonny Eclipse, an "intergalactic parlor vocalist," performs day by day at Cosmic Ray's Starlight Caf in Tomorrowland.

32. To rank as a "Galactic Hero" at Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin, you must score 900,000 to 999,999 focuses.

33. The sound animatronic pooch in the Carousel of Progress is named "Meanderer."

34. Space travelers Scott Carpenter, Gordon Cooper and Jim Irwin were available at the great opening of Space Mountain in 1975.

35. Join's Great Escape in Tomorrowland lies at the previous site of Extraterrorestrial Alien Encounter, which shut in 2003.

36. One of the first attractions at Disney's Magic Kingdom, Tomorrowland Indy Speedway was once known as Grand Prix Raceway.

37. As of late renamed The Seas with Nemo & Friends, The Living Seas structure opened at Epcot in 1986 and was initially supported by United Technologies.

38. "Nectar, I Shrunk the Audience," a 3-D film at Epcot, is placed in Future World at the previous site of "Commander EO," an alternate 3-D escapade that was regulated by Francis Ford Coppola and featured Michael Jackson and Anjelica Huston.

39. Unbelievable golfer Jack Nicklaus was the first champion at the Walt Disney World Open Invitational, which made its presentation in 1971.

40. The Tomorrowland Transit Authority was initially called the Wedway People Mover (WED remaining for Walter Elias Disney).

41. Disney's Magic Kingdom, which incorporates pretty nearly 107 sections of land, is itself bigger than Disneyland, which just covers 80 sections of land in Anaheim, California.

42. The outline of Main Street U.s.a. was approximately focused around Walt Disney's main residence of Marceline, Missouri.

43. The Swiss Family Treehouse is of the species Disneyodendron eximus or "Unheard of Disney Tree."

44. The 189-foot-tall water tower symbol at Disney-MGM Studios is known as the "Earffel Tower."

45. Wilderness Cruise riverboats incorporate Amazon Annie, Bomokandi Bertha, Congo Connie, Ganges Gertie, Irrawaddy Irma, Kwango Kate, Mongala Millie, Nile Nelly, Orinoco Ida, Rutshuru Ruby, Sankuru Sadie, Senegel Sal, Ucvali Lolly, Volta Val, Wamba Wanda and Zambesi Zelda.

46. Sprinkle Mountain in Adventureland characteristics a five-story, free-fall plunge at a 45-degree point into a sprinkle pool at a pace of 40 miles for every hour.

47. The 8,500-section of land Disney Wilderness Preserve, which lies 15 miles South of Disney World, emphasizes a Conservation Learning Center and climbing trails.

48. Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin is placed at the previous site of If You Had Wings in Tomorrowland.

49. The three "talking heads" who present the Country Bears Jamboree are named Buff, Max and Melvin.

50. Roughly 46 million individuals visit Walt Disney World - including Disney's Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom and Downtown Disney - every year.

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