The ATAS (Academy of Television Arts & Sciences) Hall of Fame Plaza at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, which opened in the fall of 1993, honors famous stars from the golden age of TV all the way up to the present day. This unique outdoor gallery, which is located in front of the Chinese Theater (which houses the Great Movie Ride) near Echo Lake, displays the bronze likenesses of such television greats as Angela Lansbury, Bob Newhart, Perry Como, Charles Kuralt and Ed Asner. Don’t forget your camera!

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13 Fun Facts About Presidents’ Day and Theme Parks in Orlando Florida

Know your presidential trivia to celebrate the holiday. Interesting Presidents’ Day Facts: It was established in 1885 in honor of President George Washington’s birthday James Madison and George Washington are the only presidents who signed the Constitution. It is still officially called Washington’s Birthday by the federal government James Monroe was the 5th president, but the 3rd to die on …

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Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe undergoing remodeling and expansion

Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café, the largest quick-service restaurant in Disney Magic Kingdom, is currently undergoing remodeling. The work will include a remodel and expansion of the restrooms as well as expanding exterior covered seating areas. The expansion is planned to be complete by Spring 2017.   Related posts: Expansion Planned to Disney World’s Yacht and Beach Club Expansion Planned to …

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Disney reveals 2017 Garden Rocks Concert Series line-up

Thirteen pop bands spanning the 1960s, ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s will perform in the Garden Rocks Concert Series at the 23rd Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival from March 3 through May 30, 2017. New this year, shows will be taking place on Mondays, in addition to Friday through Sunday. March 3-4 – Jon Secada – “Just Another Day” March 5-6 – …

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Disney Patent would alter rides based on passenger emotions

The Walt Disney Company has filed a new patent on technology that is meant to customize a guest’s experience on an attraction based on their emotions or on a pre-determined list of interests. The new Disney patent, titled “Sensing and Managing Vehicle Behavior Based on Occupant Awareness” looks at a way to read riders’ emotions or pre-determined interests to customize …

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4 Tips to Save on Disney World Tickets

Now it’ll cost you $105 and up for a one-day ticket to enter the Disney Magic Kingdom and at least $97 for a single Disney World ticket that gets you into Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. However, there are several money-saving strategies you can use anytime to make the most of the money you spend on Disney World …

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