Josh D'Amaro has been Walt Disney World's president since September 2019. Before that, he was president of the Disneyland Resort.
The resort’s busiest period for ride refurbishments has historically come after the first weekend of January, once the holiday crowds have dissipated. January 2020 will be no exception.
Disney World has dolphins, too, housed in The Seas pavilion at Epcot — yet the travel company policies that affect SeaWorld don’t seem to apply to the Mouse.
New entertainment and holiday decorations are coming this year to Animal Kingdom, the park that typically features the least holiday cheer at Disney World.
Recognizing the demand for the 14-acre “Star Wars”-themed land, Disney is trying some different approaches to control crowds.
If Central Florida fans can't wait to see Galaxy's Edge, the only option is going to Disneyland, where the 14-acre land will open May 31 and require a no-cost reservation to gain access.
When the Disney+ streaming service launches on Nov. 12, one of its first original shows will be a documentary series about Walt Disney Imagineering.
This unicorn statue is a unique piece meant to promote a land that Disney World never built: Beastly Kingdom.