In a world that already contains six Disney theme parks, what’s more than one?
The Walt Disney Company’s theme park empire is arguably the jewel in the House of Mouse crown. Featuring six Disney parks around the world, fans from all over the world can visit Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort in North America, Disneyland Paris in Europe, Shanghai Disney Resort, Tokyo Disney Resort, and Hong Kong Disneyland in Asia.
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Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Central Florida has the largest number of clients and regularly sees millions of visitors each year who come from all over the world, so much so that the current Park Pass reservation system often becomes fully booked leaving some guests outside The most magical place on earth . While Disney World offers an experience unlike any other at Disney parks, such as the Orlando Resort—and the Anaheim location it’s based on—other destinations all emulate the same beloved Magic Kingdom style in some way across their own portfolio.
Disneyland, or the Magic Kingdom, is a thread that connects all of the Disney Park locations and each comes complete with its own castle. From Cinderella’s Castle to Sleeping Beauty Castle to Enchanted Storybook Castle, the castle icons of Disney Parks are almost synonymous with the parks themselves, and many fans have wondered if another castle – and park – might appear in the near future.
According to one entrepreneur, South Australia is the place to be.
News.com.au He shares the thoughts of “renowned brewer Warren Randall” lobbying for Disneyland to come to Australia:
The owner of Sebeltsfield and Penny Hill Wineries said he would be open to offering a portion of his extensive holdings of his McLaren Valley grounds for a location.
“I think, in tourism, we’re a little sick and tired of Adelaide being where you fly when you go from Sydney to Perth,” Randall said. Advertiser.
It’s time to make a statement, some statements, in our state.
“McLaren Fall would be my place – wide, open, flat, next to the beach, next to the ranges – (it) makes a lot of sense.”
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According to that same report, Australia made a bid for a Disneyland-style theme park to sit on the Gold Coast in the 1990s and was said to be in the final stages before choosing a Mouse House for Hong Kong instead.
There are no current rumors coming out of The Walt Disney Company regarding a new theme park. Many have often assumed that Walt Disney World Resort should add a fifth gate to join the Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, but so far nothing has materialized.
Even at this year’s D23 show in Anaheim, Southern California, there was no concrete word of any new attraction or land, let alone a new theme park—to the chagrin of event-goers. Sure enough, Disney Parks President Josh Damaro shared his “blue sky thinking” ideas that included the idea of moana And the zootopia Land in the animal kingdom, the potential CocoAnd the incanto, and Villains is expanding the Magic Kingdom — but that’s all of those ideas for now, the “blue sky” ideas. And with Universal Orlando Resort opening an entirely third theme park by 2025 – Universal’s Epic Universe – with several new attractions and a hotel within the park, Disney should consider And the You do when it comes to the park’s footprint.
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