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50 things you did not know Disney World

Think you know everything about Walt Disney World Resort and its four world-renowned theme parks - Disney Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom? Think again! Even the biggest fan of Disney amused, intrigued or surprised by some of the facts 50 fascinating Disney World below. . .

1. Walt Disney World covers 30,500 hectares, or about the same size of San Francisco.

2. When Disney Magic Kingdom opens on October 1, 1971, admission for adults is $ 3.50.

3. The opening day crowd at Disney's Magic Kingdom was approximately 10,000 beds.

4. The ticket eight "E" attractions at Disney's Magic Kingdom were Space Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean, Haunted Mansion, Country Bear Jamboree, Hall of Presidents, Jungle Cruise, is a small world and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

5. Attendance figures are estimated Disney's Magic Kingdom is 16.2 million, followed by 9.9 million Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios, with 8.6 million and Disney's Animal Kingdom with 8.2 million dollars.

6. Cinderella Castle is the tallest structure at 189 meters of Disney, followed by "Space Mountain" at 183 feet.

7. Both the Carousel of Progress and It's A Small World made their debut at the 1964-65 World Fair in New York.

8. The vessel 180 feet in height Earth entering Epcot weighs approximately 16 million pounds.

9. The Haunted Mansion uses state of the art Omnimover vehicles called "Doom Buggies. "

10. The successful hunter who appears towards the end of the Jungle Cruise is known as "Trader Sam."

11. In collaboration with 2006 release of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at Disney's Magic Kingdom was renovated to add more characters in the film Jack Sparrow and Barbossa Hector.

12. The icon of Disney's Animal Kingdom, Tree of Life, is 14 storeys with over 300 sculptures of animals and is 50 feet wide.

13. Built in 1917, Cinderella Golden Carrousel in Fantasyland was once located at Olympic Park Maplewood, New Jersey.

14. The Great Movie Ride at Disney-MGM Studios is located in a replica of Mann's Chinese Theater.

15. Astro Orbiter opened in Tomorrowland in 1974 as jets Star.

16. The Hall of Presidents was originally an audio-animatronic exhibition called "Great moments with Mr. Lincoln," the first at the World Fair of 1964-65 in New York.

17. Originally known as Serenata "Tropical" Tiki Room in Adventureland was once sponsored by citrus growers in Florida.

18. The 60-foot-tall Swiss Family Treehouse in Adventureland weighs about 200 tons and is made of concrete and thousands of sheets of polyethylene.

19. Cinderella Castle, the centerpiece of Disney's Magic Kingdom, has 18 towers and 13 gargoyles.

20. The Adventures of Winnie the Pooh in Fantasyland is located on the site of the former Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.

21. "Spirits" of America "statues in The American Adventure Epcot represent Adventure, Compassion, discovery, freedom, heritage, independence, individualism, innovation, knowledge, pioneering, self-sufficiency and tomorrow.

22. Towering over four floors DinoLand U.S. Disney's Animal Kingdom, Dino-Sue is an accurate replication of the largest ever discovered Tyrannosaurus Rex.

23. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Frontierland has six trains: IB generous, courageous GI IM Fearless, UB Bold, daring and courageous UR UR.

24. Roller Rock 'n' Coaster - Aerosmith with Disney-MGM Studios launches a speed from 0 to 60 km / h in 2.8 seconds.

25. Bridge suspended swinging leads from Tom Sawyer Island to Fort Langhorne, bearing the name of Samuel Langhorne Clemens (better known as Mark Twain).

26. The replica Liberty Bell is located in the center of Liberty Square was built in the same authentic than the original cast in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

27. The output characteristics of Haunted Mansion Crypts humorous names inscribed such as IM Ready, Rustin Pees, Pearl E. Gates demonstration Manny, Dustin T. The dust and ashes T. Asher.

28. The Walt Disney World Railroad, which serves about 1.5 million passengers a year 1928 is an authentic steam train.

29. The mission: sensations strong SPACE at Epcot is so authentic that the bags are poorly available if an emergency.

30. Mickey's Toontown Fair was once known as both Mickey and Mickey's Starland Birthdayland.

31. Sonny Eclipse, a singer of "living Intergalactic" performs daily at Starlight Café Cosmic Ray in Tomorrowland.

32. To classify as a hero "Galactic" Buzz Lightyear's Spin Space Ranger, you must have a score of 900,000 to 999.999 points.

33. The audio-animatronic dog in the carousel Progress is named "Rover".

34. Astronauts Scott Carpenter, Gordon Cooper and Jim Irwin were present at the opening of Space Mountain in 1975.

35. Stitch's Great Escape Tomorrowland is the former site ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter, which closed in 2003.

36. One of the original attractions of Disney Magic Kingdom, Tomorrowland Indy Speedway was once known as Grand Prix Raceway.

37. Recently renamed The Seas with Nemo & Friends, The Living Seas pavilion at Epcot opened in 1986 and was sponsored by United Technologies.

38. "Honey, I Shrunk the Audience" a film in 3-D at Epcot, is located in the future the world to the former site of "Captain EO," a new adventure in 3-D which was directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starring Michael Jackson and Anjelica Huston.

39. Legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus was the first champion at the Walt Disney World Invitational Open, which made its debut in 1971.

40. The Tomorrowland Transit Authority was originally called the People Mover WEDway (WD was Walter Elias Disney).

41. Disney's Magic Kingdom covering about 107 hectares, it is bigger than Disneyland, which only covers 80 acres in Anaheim, California.

42. The design of Main Street USA in the freely Walt Disney's hometown of Marceline, Missouri.

43. The Swiss Family Treehouse is the kind eximus Disneyodendron or "unusual, Disney Tree."

44. The water tower icon 189-feet high at Disney-MGM Studios Earffel known as "Tower".

45. Amazon Jungle Cruise ships are Annie Bomokandi Bertha, Congo Connie, Ganges Gertie, Irrawaddy Irma, Kwango Kate Mongala Millie, Nile Nelly, Orinoco Ida, Rutshuru Ruby, Sankuru Sadie Senegel Sal Ucvali Lolly Volta Val, Wamba Wanda and Zambesi Zelda.

46. Splash Mountain in Adventureland features a five-story fall in free fall at an angle 45 degrees one pool at a speed of 40 miles per hour.

47. 8,500 acres of wilderness preserve Disney, located 15 miles south of Disney World Offers a Conservation Learning Center and hiking trails.

48. Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin is located at the former site If You Had Wings in Tomorrowland.

49. The three "talking heads" who introduce the Country Bears Jamboree are named Buff, Max and Melvin.

50. Approximately 46 million people visit Walt Disney World - including Disney's Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney-MGM Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom and Downtown Disney - each year.

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