The movie fizzled, now what? Read About the Movie in Part One Here By the fall of 1990, it was clear that Dick Tracy was a dud. After the film’s tepid reception Disney removed the character from the parks; leaving behind only hints as to what could have been. Tracy-related shows, shops, and attractions were […]
As everyone celebrates the Disney World 50th Anniversary, a certain Fantasyland ride is feeling left out. But we still love Peter Pan’s Flight
Mickey’s Audition aka Mickey’s Big Break last appeared at the Main Street Cinema in the 90s. Now without fanfare, it’s finally rediscovered.
Many mermaids have disappeared from Disney parks over the years, but Shelly is the greatest mermaid that everyone has forgotten.
Disney has changed attraction names more than a contestant on RuPaul’s Drag Race changes costumes. Parkeology investigates what’s in a name.
Parkeology takes a look back at the bad years of Michael Eisner, one of the most important players in Disney’s history. Love him or hate him you should at least know about him.
Was Michael Eisner the man who saved or nearly destroyed Disney? Parkeology takes a quick look back at the good years of one of the most influential personalities in Disney’s history.
We are happy to introduce a brand new version of the Parkeology Challenge: The Virtual Parkeology Challenge! What is the Parkeology Challenge? It is the toughest theme park challenge ever created requiring participants to ride every single ride at Walt Disney World or the Disneyland Resort in one single day. What is the Virtual Parkeology […]
Much More Than a Park Upon opening Walt Disney World promised to be more than a clone of Disneyland. It was an entire vacation kingdom. Disney offered many activities outside of the park: water sports, camping, golf, tennis, horseback riding and more. Among these diversions was The Fiesta Fun Center, a unique paradise hidden within […]