You know you’ve been in a Disney World vacation by when the line outside your favorite restaurants and bars looks like this: It looks like they’re trying to make you wait to get your food.
But it’s not a Disney event, and it’s just the tip of the iceberg.
In the last three years, Disney has made a point of introducing a number of changes to their theme parks, including the introduction of theme parks outside of Disneyland and Walt Disney World, the opening of the Magic Kingdom, and the introduction, for the first time in the company’s history, of an all-new theme park, Epcot.
In 2018, the park opened with an all new theme park experience.
But as we all know, Disney World isn’t the only theme park that is opening its doors outside of Walt Disney.
In 2017, Epix launched a new live-action series of short films based on classic Disney characters, including Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, Rapunzel, and Ariel.
Epix has been on a roller coaster of success, but they also recently launched a live-TV series, and they’re currently in development for a feature film.
In 2018, Disney released the Disney Vacation Club, an expanded edition of the Disney Adventures brand, with more attractions to explore, a new daily calendar, and new characters like Cinderella and Princess Jasmine.
In 2019, Disney Parks unveiled the Walt Disney Imagineering Lab, an innovative technology company that creates, develops, and produces technology for parks and other entertainment facilities.
The future is still bright for Disney, and I’m excited for the future of Disney theme parks.
But for now, I’m not going to be coming back to Disney World.