via Special Offerings Planned for Walt Disney World Passholders at the 2019 Epcot International Festival of the Arts | Disney Parks Blog Oh, my goodness! A Figment Passholder magnet! This is sweet. I hope my podcast co-host is able to swing by and pick one up for me. 😉 I'm not too impressed by the... Continue Reading →
I obtained this guidemap thanks to my good friend who attended the Epcot 25th Anniversary celebration on October 1, 2007. I had moved back to New Orleans a month earlier and was bummed that I wouldn't be there to attend the festivities. He took a day off of work to be there and to get... Continue Reading →
Although it’s now just a part of Epcot’s history, World of Motion was one of the park’s original attractions that guests flocked to on opening day. The attraction, then sponsored by General Motors, took guests on a time travel journey through the history of transportation - man’s foibles and triumphs in designing new vehicles, the... Continue Reading →
This is the early 1983 pictorial souvenir book for the Walt Disney World resort. To me, 1982 - 1992 is perhaps the greatest era of Walt Disney World, and this book is a great showcase of the start of that time. You can download the pdf of the book here. .
All this news about the start of Disneyland's 60th anniversary celebration this weekend made me dig through my photos, and I found this one of Epcot during Walt Disney World's 15th Anniversary Celebration. This was taken in June 1987 during our family trip.
Here are a few bumper stickers from the WDW anniversary celebrations (15th and 20th), EPCOT's 10th, and the millennium (I know, not really an anniversary per se, but I needed to categorize it somehow)
This is a pre-opening guide to EPCOT Center. It includes concept art and construction photos. Click here for PDF
The Lights of Winter are no longer part of Epcot's Christmas celebration, which is a shame. They were wonderful to watch and walk through, with the Christmas Tree at the end. I took this photo on Thanksgiving Day, 2006.
I'm sure everyone either has a copy of this comic book or has seen it at some point. If you haven't, well, this post is for you. This is a complimentary comic book that was given out at the Universe of Energy in the 1980s. It is pure propaganda for Exxon and fossil fuels, and... Continue Reading →