Disney’s newest theme park, the 2nd in Japan and the 9th overall in the world, Tokyo DisneySea celebrates its’ Grand Opening at the Tokyo Disney Resort. The park features a nautical theme, is broken up into 7 distinct areas, and features 20 attractions. The new park’s two iconic symbols are the DisneySea AquaSphere – a water fountain located in the entrance plaza, and a gigantic volcano – Mount Prometheus located in the center of the park.
Tokyo Disneyland welcomes its 5-millionth guest
After a punishing weekend thanks to Hurricane Frances, Walt Disney World re-opens with a very limited schedule. Only the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Typhoon Lagoon, Downtown Disney and the Wide World of Sports Complex are opened
WALT DISNEY WORLD: September 7, 1984
Morocco – is the first new World Showcase pavilion at EPCOT Center to be added since the park opened in 1982. The new pavilion is located between France and Japan, and re-creates the architecture and atmosphere of Casablanca, Fez, and Marrakesh. It is the first country in World Showcase sponsored by the government and not a corporation. The king of Morocco himself sent his royal craftsmen to lay all the tile work, carvings and paintings throughout the pavilion
Just 7 weeks after the park’s Grand Opening, the 1 millionth guest is welcomed!