Walt Disney: One Man's Dream
Disney's Hollywood Studios
Opened on the 100th anniversary of Walt Disney’s (the man) Birthday, the building is a look into Walt’s past and his goals for the future. The tour is an interactive display of memorabilia from Walt’s birth to his death. You begin with his birth in 1901 learning that he only spent one year in high school before leaving to plan his them park. Featuring voice recordings of Walt during interviews about his theme parks, attempting to understand and possibly dissect the characteristics of the man who brought the World of Disney to be! Enter his dreams by viewing concept art, and pictures of his future plans for the park. Understand the layouts of the parks and why they are placed in specific areas based on the terrain, Disney’s Power Plant, and Water Facility. Watch and listen to the history of Walt Disney World as it was built from the ground up!
“If you ever wondered how the parks came to be, or who was the man behind all the construction, this is the place to go. Listening to Walt’s interviews and learning the layout of the land is a great experience. I learned that Walt had built his own power plant to supply all the theme parks! The man was a genius of his time, and is still renowned for his ideas. You can see his future plans for the park in pictures everywhere, rides and scenery, everything was there! When they say there’s memorabilia they mean it, there were hundreds of Walt’s things there, he was still fascinated with having fun, it just goes to show that he enjoyed pleasing people in BIG ways!”