WATCH PARKSCENTER — Flower and Garden Preview, More Bad Guests, and Is Walt Disney World a Tourist Trap?

Rob Whiteside

PARKSCENTER February 25, 2024

WATCH PARKSCENTER — Flower and Garden Preview, More Bad Guests, and Is Walt Disney World a Tourist Trap?

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Disney is more expensive than ever, but is it a rip-off tourist attraction?

This week, we start with a survey that was just released naming Walt Disney World as the #1 Rip-Off tourist attraction in the country. This was listed above other famous destinations as The Alamo and the Statue of Liberty. Do you think it’s a rip-off or just overpriced? Our panel breaks it down.

On Friday, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon customers have been experiencing widespread outages across the country, and it’s affected guests’ visits to Walt Disney World. With all the emphasis put on using your mobile device, we’ll talk about how a small interruption like this can derail your Disney experience.

The EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival opens this week, and we have even more previews of the offerings you can expect to see, we’ll give our recommendations.

Soarin over California is leaving again, Space creatures are still an option for Galaxy’s Edge, There’s a new snack stand open at Hollywood Studios, and some really BAD merchandise has hit the shelves. All these stories, another edition of “It Came from the Parks” and much more!

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