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The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World!

Do you miss Disney as much as we do? The last time we were at WDW was this past February and when we returned back to LA, two weeks later we went into quarantine. Can’t begin to express how much we miss the happiest place on earth! I’m so grateful to have The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World to read!

The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World features all new ‘story-behind-the-story’ gems from Pandora—The World of Avatar, Toy Story Land, Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway, and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in addition to all the other subtle, elusive details that make any trip to the parks an even richer and more meaningful experience than expected. All told, there are over 600 hidden details presented in the book, in the order in which you might tour the parks, acting as a behind-the-scenes tour guide showing you how — in SO MANY WAYS — this really is the most magical place on earth!

As we gear up for the 50th Anniversary of the Magic Kingdom – and more-than-happily hope to hit the reset button on a year turned upside-down for Disney travel – there is no better way to celebrate the Mouse than going behind the scenes and into the brilliant minds of Disney’s Imagineers, whether you’re a die-hard Disney fan, a casual visitor, or a soon-to-be guest who suspects there’s more to the magic but doesn’t know where to look. Nothing is placed in a park or attraction without a reason, and with the 3rdEdition of The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World, you’ll discover them all!

The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World, 3rd Edition

By Susan Veness

$15.99 Paperback; 288 pages

About the author:

Susan Veness is an international travel writer, researcher, online content provider, and itinerary planner specializing in Florida, Disney, Orlando’s theme parks, and cruising. She is the author of four books in The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World series, and coauthor of The Brit Guide to Orlando and the biography Defying Expectations. She has been visiting Walt Disney World since it opened in 1971 and, with a home just minutes from the Mouse, she continues to tour the parks on a regular basis.

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