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What's New at Walt Disney World

Spring 2005

This year, we’re celebrating 50 years of Disney Theme Park magic with new attractions from around the world!



The high-flying Soarin’™ attraction lands in Epcot® direct from Disneyland® Resort. It’ll have you flying high above breathtaking California landscapes including the Golden Gate Bridge, redwood forests and Napa Valley. It’s an exhilarating experience with cool special effects that engage the senses to bring the free-flight adventure to life.

Disney MGM Studios®

Lights, Motors, Action!™ Extreme Stunt Show

There’s an exciting thriller coming around the corner. Fast. Lights, Motors, Action!™ Extreme Stunt Show is racing in from Disneyland® Resort Paris as part of the Happiest Celebration On Earth. One minute you’re enjoying an average day in an average town. The next minute, your adrenaline kicks into gear as a backwards chase rips through the center of town. The race is on. The visual thrill ride has just begun.

Magic Kingdom® Park


Fantasy takes center stage at Cinderella Castle in the Magic Kingdom® Park. Watch as Cinderella arrives in grand style and is crowned a princess during Cinderellabration, our musical stage spectacular inspired by the show at Tokyo Disneyland® Park. With some Fairy Godmother magic, the coronation pageant also includes a who's who of Disney princesses, as Snow White, Aurora, Jasmine and Belle join in this“happily-ever-after” set to classic Disney songs and majestic new music. Prince Charming included.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom®

Lucky the Dinosaur

There’s a dinosaur on the loose. At 12-feet long from nose to tail and weighing 450 pounds, he goes wherever he wants. There’s no stopping him. So look out, because he loves people, especially children. He’s the first free-roaming, autonomous Disney Audio-Animatronic® creature ever. And he’s visiting for three whole months to help kick off the Happiest Celebration On Earth. You never know where he’ll pop up -- laughing, sneezing, and hiccupping. So if you see a dinosaur ambling along when you least expect it, don’t run. He’s just looking for fun!


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