Wednesday, October 7, 2015

A Trip Back to Walt Disney World of 1993

By Keith Mahne

Walt Disney World in the 1990s was a truly magical time for the resort. How does one describe the most magical, most spectacular vacation destination in the world during the 90s? The Walt Disney World vacation planner you're about to see does the perfect job. We are about to take a 45 minute trip back to the vacation kingdom of the world in 1993. We'll romp through the Magic Kingdom, MGM Studios, Epcot Center, Typhoon Lagoon and Pleasure Island! After that, we'll check into all the current Walt Disney World Resort hotels and see what they looked liked back then. It's going to be a nostalgic trip down memory lane. Join us as we take a trip back to Walt Disney World of 1993 in today's new article...

Old Disney vacation planners are the perfect way to relive the Walt Disney World resort of yesteryear. Among Disney fans, the early 90s was an amazing time for the WDW Resort. Take it from me personally, I was having the time of my life...

What a cute little mouseketeer I was! I think it's safe to say that this was probably the Disney World vacation that set in place my love of the Disney Parks.

The 1993 vacation planner we are about to see reminds me of that family vacation all those years ago and is among one of the best ones ever created. In it, we'll hear directly from the guests as they experience Disney World for their first time, second time, twentieth time, all while taking the place of our guides and travel advisers. This informative and entertaining video presented by Delta Airlines is something I know you're going to love! So without further ado, here now is the 1993 Walt Disney World vacation planner and our time machine to the resort of the 90s... enjoy!


Keith Michael Mahne is the owner and editor of Disney Avenue and the host of the Disney Avenue Podcast. He has made countless trips to the Walt Disney World resort since his first trip in 1989 at the age of four. Keith has a strong passion and respect for Walt Disney, the parks and resorts, and the men and women who help create them. He started Disney Avenue as a way to inform and entertain readers and to repay all those who make dreams come true every day.

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