We’re finally getting a glimpse at what’s in store for the next couple of years.
Last week, Disney announced it would be closing the last two parks in its new Magic Kingdom theme park empire.
The company is also announcing that it will be shutting down two new theme parks in Florida and Texas.
The latter is a Disney-owned resort, but the former is a proposed resort for Walt Disney World.
It seems like it’s the end of a long and sad era for the two parks, which have been the biggest draws of the amusement park industry for decades.
There were a lot of big plans for these parks, but they all fell apart when Disney decided to go the Disney Dream.
The original plan was to build the Magic Kingdom as a theme park in 2019, but that was scrapped in favor of building the Disney Springs theme park, which was also a part of the plan.
Then, when Disney Springs opened, the park was renamed Magic Kingdom and was later renamed Epcot.
It wasn’t until Disney acquired Disneyland in 2020 that the park finally became Disney World in 2021.
After a decade of planning and countless delays, we finally have our first look at what is to come for these two parks.
We also get a glimpse of what is expected to be a massive expansion for both parks, one of which will be the largest attraction in the park.
Disneyland’s Future Tomorrow park, located on the Florida coast, will feature a new pavilion for the Magic Castle, as well as a massive ride at the bottom of the new Tomorrowland.
Playland’s Tomorrowland is slated to open in 2021, while Disney Springs is slated for 2021.
Disney World’s Tomorrowlands and Magic Kingdom both have their own pavilions, but both are expected to include a new ride at either of the park’s top attractions.
Here’s a look at the current plans for the new park: Magic Kingdom’s TomorrowWorld is slated be open by 2021 at Disney Springs.
TomorrowWorld will be a new attraction with a brand new attraction that is expected be called Tomorrowland, which is a ride with a ride experience that is similar to Magic Kingdom’s Magic Kingdom.
The ride is scheduled to open on October 7, 2021.
The TomorrowWorld attraction will be located at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and will be an extension of Tomorrowland with a new, larger ride at its bottom.
The new ride will be named Tomorrowland Tomorrow, and will feature an additional ride at one of the parks top attractions: Epcot’s Tomorrows Tomorrow will be one of three new Tomorrows attractions opening at Disney Parks.
It will be called Epcot Tomorrowland in 2020 and will open in 2020 at Walt Disney Parks Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Islands of Adventure.
Epitome’s Tomorrow is a brand-new Tomorrowland ride that will be built at Epcot’s Epcot International Beach Resort and will debut in 2020.
The Epitome Tomorrow ride will feature the theme park’s signature ride, the Jungle Cruise, and it will feature four themed islands.
Epitomenon’s Tomorrow will feature rides based on theme park rides, like the Tomorrowland Mania attraction at Epitoman, and the Tomorrow’s Tomorrow roller coaster at Epito Island.
The next ride in the new Epitomona Tomorrowland will be Tomorrowland Paradise.
Walt Disney World’s Epitomes Tomorrow and Epitomicoon will be two new Tomorrow attractions.
Episomoon is a new Tomorrow attraction that will open sometime in 2021 at the Magic Mountain resort in Florida.
Finally, there’s the Tomorrowworld Tomorrow ride at Walt’s California Adventure.
The park’s Tomorrowworld ride will debut sometime in 2022 at the Walt Disney Resort in California.
I don’t know about you, but I really like the idea of a Tomorrowland park with four new rides at both Walt Disney and Epcot, but this one’s pretty hard to say.
The two park’s current Tomorrowland and Epicomoon attractions will be shuttered by 2022.
With both parks closing, the remaining rides at Episos Tomorrowland Park are going to be built in Orlando, Florida.
The rest of the rides at Disney World will remain open.
The other major rides at Walt Parks Hollywood, Florida, are still being developed.
Disney will continue to operate two of its theme parks, Disneyland Paris and Disneyland California, as the only two Disney-operated theme parks remaining in the United States.
The Walt Disney Imagineering team is now focused on creating new attractions for both Tomorrowland’s and Episome’s rides, including a new “Episomino” attraction, a “Millionaire’s Paradise” ride, and a “The Waltz of Episopolis” ride.
There’s no word yet on what the ride’s name will be, but it should be interesting to see how the Imagineers come up with the name.