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Toy Story Land coming to Disney World


Following many months of rumors of a increased Pixar presence coming to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney announced Toy Story Land is coming to Walt Disney World.

Below is the limited details that Walt Disney World’s top guns shared at its D23 Expo for the 11-acre new land.

The land will feature two new attractions and an upgrade to its popular Toy Story Mania attraction. Toy Story will have an additional track added to the ride, giving it a total of three tracks and significantly increasing its capacity.

The iconic Slinky Dog from the series will have his own family-friendly roller coaster. Guests will ride on his back throughout the toy-filled area.

Finally, there will also be a flying saucer ride based off the little green aliens from the movies.

Toy Story Land is the first step in a reimagining of Disney’s Hollywood Studios, towards a campaign to make the park’s core mission to put you inside of the movies. This is a major change from the park’s initial mission of taking you behind the scenes.

No timeframe was given for Disney’s Toy Story Land. Keep checking back to Orlando Informer for new details as they become available.

Disney also made other announcements today, including Star Wars Land and further details on Pandora: The World of Avatar.

In the meantime, read about what the future (possibly) has in store for Universal with both Fast & Furious and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Ministry of Magic.

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