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Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress

An attraction at the Magic Kindgom.

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A Quick Tip by brucewdw

  • Apr 25, 2010
Memories of the 1964-65 Worlds Fair - loved it as much then as I do now.
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review by . March 26, 2010
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   Walt Disney's Carousel Of Progress   Walt Disney’s Carousel Of Progress has been a Disney attraction since 1964 when it debuted at the 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair.        Created by Disney for General Electric, and originally named the General Electric Carousel of Progress, it shows the progress of innovation throughout the 20th century by taking you through 4 generations of a typical American family as they experience the wonderful innovations …
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Hi folks. My blog is A World View - Enjoying Walt Disney World. I actually think it was watching a True-Life Adventure called the Living Desert that started my enthusiastic love of Disney. I must have … more
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Corporate Description: Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress is a show for all ages presented in a revolving theater in the Tomorrowland area of Magic Kingdom theme park. The show tells the story of the evolution of technology in the 20th century.Since 1964, generations of families have enjoyed this classic stage show starring a remarkable family of Audio-Animatronic performers. Travel through time from decade to decade as the family discovers fantastic new technologies that make their lives more easy, comfortable and fun—and sometimes a bit more complicated!The Carousel TheaterThe theater for Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress is almost as impressive as the show. The audience rotates around a central stage, which allows a new group of Guests to take a seat every few minutes, instead of having to wait the full length of the show. This ingenious piece of technology is the perfect way to frame a show about the power of innovation.HistoryOriginally named General Electric Carousel of Progress, the show was personally created by Walt Disney for the 1964-65 New York World's Fair. It played at Disneyland theme park in California from July 2, 1967 until September 9, 1973. The show next moved to Magic Kingdom theme park in Florida where it opened on January 15, 1975. In 1994, the show was rewritten and restaged with the new name Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress.LocationThe 21-minutes stage show is located in Tomorrowland's central hub. Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress is open ...
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