Park Ride History

Kitchen Kabaret and Food Rocks | Keep Epcot Weird Ep. 3

In this episode of Keep Epcot Weird we’ll be taking a bite out of Kitchen Kabaret, an opening day animatronic stage show at Epcot. This show was later replaced by a similar one named Food Rocks, both of which were educational in nature but still very, very strange… • Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/parkridehistory • Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ParkRideHistory • […]

The Robots of EPCOT Center | Keep Epcot Weird Ep. 2

In the second installment of Keep Epcot Weird, we’ll be checking out the many different robots that could be found at the park, from the walkaround characters to ones you could only see inside attractions. We’ll also be discussing what all happened to some of the ones who were removed as well. And if you […]

The Millenium Celebration | Keep Epcot Weird Ep. 1

In this first installment of “Keep Epcot Weird” we’ll be taking a look at The Millennium Celebration, a 15 month long event hosted at Epcot. The event that brought us Leave a Legacy, the Epcot Wand, The Tapestry of Nations parade, Millennium Village and Illuminations: Reflections of Earth. • Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/parkridehistory • Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ParkRideHistory • […]

The History of & Changes to The Hall of Presidents | Magic Kingdom

In this video, we’ll be taking a look at Disney’s “Hall of Presidents”. An attraction originally slated as part of their cancelled “Liberty Street” expansion for Disneyland in the late 1960’s. We’ll also be following how exactly the attraction was changed to fit The Magic Kingdom and what all was altered in the years after […]

The Differences Between: Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean

Out of the many version’s of “Pirates of the Caribbean”, the version at the Magic Kingdom has always stood out to me as one of the stranger examples of a cloned Disney attraction. Specifically, the lack of similarities those two attractions have despite being made within a few years of one another. In this video […]

PRH 2019 Update [READ DESC]

Hey kids, Jack again. Apologies in advance for another “blog post” instead of just talking for the update video. Honestly, typing this all out is just a lot quicker than going through the whole rigamaroo of recording and editing a video. Especially since I’m just explaining a few things. Don’t worry, I’ll try and keep […]

The History of The Phantom Manor | Disneyland Paris

Our final look at The Haunted Mansion takes us all the way out to Paris, Disneyland Paris that is. To a unique version of the attraction called “The Phantom Manor”. The manor presents an entirely new storyline throughout it. One that we’ll be diving into with this video… Also a very big thanks to everyone […]

The History of The Haunted Mansion Movie (2003)

Today, we’re getting kooky, and we’re getting spooky with 2003’s “The Haunted Mansion”. Taking a look at the backstory behind the movie, and how many of the changes throughout it’s production left us with a very different kind of film. A very special thanks to Mark from Yesterworld for joining in on the conversion. And […]

The History of & Changes to The Haunted Mansion Holiday | Disneyland

What better way to kick off our inaugural month of “Spooktober” than with a video I started working on almost a year ago?! In this video, I and the INFAMOUS Disney Dan will be going over the history and changes to Disneyland’s seasonal overlay for the Haunted Mansion. Also, big ups to Fastpass Facts for […]

The History of a bug’s land | Disney’s California Adventure

“a bug’s land” at the Disney California Adventure was the parks first expansion. After opening in 2002 and operating for 16 years, the land has been permanently closed for an upcoming “Marvel Land”. This video chronicles it’s brief history and how it effected it’s home park, the California Adventure. Special thanks to @ScottGustin on Twitter […]