Rob Plays

Disney’s No-Fly Zone

Disney World and Disneyland are unique in a number of ways. One unique aspect of the parks consists of what is, or more accurately, what isn’t above you: aircraft. Disney World and Disneyland share the unique trait of being some of the only commercial establishments granted a permanent no-fly zone in the United States. Why […]

The Ultimate Disney Pass (That Never Happened)

Disney, like many companies, will sometimes test the waters when it comes to ideas they have in the form of customer surveys. Did you know that in 1996 they surveyed guests about a potential annual pass that would have been the Disney pass to end all Disney passes? ❤This week’s video is sponsored by Ye […]

The Hidden Tile at The Land in Epcot

Did you know there’s a hidden tile in the mosaic at The Land and that the entire piece exists the way it does today because of a math error? New here? Be sure to subscribe! 🔷 My Patreon! ❤ My Disney Podcast! 🎧 Follow me on Twitter! 📱 (Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

My Hollywood Studios Theory: Goodbye Tower of Terror

I’m taking a break from the normal history video today to talk about a theory I have. I want to be very clear: this is just a theory. I’m not basing any of this on rumors or leaks or any privileged information. I believe we’re in the middle of seeing Disney run a litmus test […]

The Origins of Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings

Every year over 4,000 couples get married around the world at the Disney parks, resorts, and cruises. That is a massive number that averages out to nearly 11 wedding ceremonies a day, and it’s a number that’s on the rise. However weddings at the Disney resorts weren’t always commonplace. So how did it get started, […]

How Much Would The Cinderella Castle Suite Cost for One Night?

How much is a night at the Cinderella Castle Suite in the Magic Kingdom worth? Some might say that you can’t put a price to the experience. It’s only ever given away as a contest prize or to VIPs as a gift. However, that doesn’t mean that there isn’t a value to a night at […]

Disney’s Persian, Asian, & Venetian Resorts: Cancelled Seven Seas Hotels

Back when Walt Disney World opened in 1971, the two notable hotels on property were the Polynesian and Contemporary resorts by the Seven Seas Lagoon. Did you know there were plans for three more hotels, the Persian, Asian, and Venetian Resorts, that were ultimately never built? New here? Be sure to subscribe! 🔷 My Patreon! […]

Disney Should Buy Ubisoft (and Make Video Games Again)

Today it’s hard to call Disney’s approach to the video game industry an approach. All we mainly get are cheap mobile games, EA Star Wars games, and the occasional Kingdom Hearts. I think Disney can get back into gaming, I think it begins with them buying Ubisoft. New here? Be sure to subscribe! 🔷 My […]

Five Great Disney History Books!

One of the more common questions I get is what books are behind me on this bookshelf, and what Disney books I recommend for people to read, so that’s exactly what we’re going to cover today. Check out the full list of books! 📚 New here? Be sure to subscribe! 🔷 My Patreon! ❤ My […]

How Did the Walt Disney World Marathon Begin?

If you add up the size of the four Walt Disney World theme parks, they come out to nearly 1000 acres. So it’s no wonder that with all that running around, people sometimes joke about it feeling like you’re running a marathon. However every year, for tens of thousands of people, it literally is running […]