Behind the Magic of Disney Attractions and Parks
Before Disney had enough movies and other programs that they could use as inspiration for rides and attractions, they had to find other ways to create the magic.
In Episode 73 of The Disney Travel Podcast at 1923 Main Street, we explore the fun stories behind several classic Disney attractions. You may be surprised where some of these rides actually have their roots.
You'll also discover that Disneyland was not Walt Disney's first idea for a Disney park.
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Thank you for listening and have a magical day!
Mike Belobradic and Amelia Belobradic
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