The Imagineering Field Guide to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World

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  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • The Imagineering Field Guide to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World
  • Alex Wright
  • English
  • 22 May 2018
  • 0786855533

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The Imagineering Field Guide to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World The first in a series of pocket sized paperbacks will answer the question, What would it be like to walk through the Disney Theme Parks with an Imagineer by your side The Imagineering Field Guide to The Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World provides that experience pointing out details and telling stories, back stories, and Imagineering insights never before heard, condensed into a portable, easily referenced park guide You ll never spend time at Walt Disney World the same way again Each spread contains fascinating textual information and related images drawings, photos, graphics such as Best Download Kindle ePUB The Imagineering Field Guide to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Author Alex Wright – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Imagineering Field Guide to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World

  1. Sesana says:

    This will not replace your trusty Birnbaum guide on your next trip to Disney World It doesn t cover everything that you ll see It slike taking a pleasant stroll through the park with a knowledgeable imagineer This would be a fantastic book to carry through the park Sitting at home, you kind of need to be a bit of a Disneyphile to get into it Fortunately, I am a Disneyphile There are a lot of really cool illustrations, almost entirely from the imagineer files I loved seeing all of th This will not replace your trusty Birnbaum guide on your next trip to Disney World It doesn t cover everything that you ll see It slike taking a pleasant stroll through the park with a knowledgeable imagineer This would be a fantastic book to carry through the park Sitting at home, you kind of need to be a bit of a Disneyphile to get into it Fortunately, I am a Disneyphile There are a lot of really cool illustrations, almost entirely ...

  2. Kristin says:

    I ve been to Disney World 8 times since 1998 so I looked forward to reading this book in advance of a potential 9th trip, just to see what I ve missed overlooked on all the previous trips The guide was written prior to the recent renovations to the Magic Kingdom that expanded Fantasyland and removed Mickey s Toontown Fair, so some of the attractions featured, including most of the Fair, the Snow White ride, and Dumbo, have either been removed or changed That said, it was interesting to learn a I ve been to Disney World 8 times since 1998 so I looked forward to reading this book in advance of a potential 9th trip, just to see what I ve missed overlooked on all the previous trips The guide was written prior to the recent renovations to the Magic Kingdom that expanded Fantasyland and removed Mickey s Toontown Fair, so some of the attractions featured, including most of the Fair, the Snow White ride, and Dumbo, have either been removed or changed That said, it was interesting to learn about some of the attractions we generally overlook l...

  3. Sarah says:

    My girlfriend picked this up in a Disney gift shop during our last trip to the park We both read it cover to cover that very night Though a slim little book, it s full of details about the engineering behind the Magic Kingdom, and it s filled with sketches and concept art for many of its attractions.To be accurate, over engineering would be a better term for what this book is about Though most people who visit the Disney parks will exclaim over the attention to detail the obsessive atten My girlfriend picked this up in a Disney gift shop during our last trip to the park We both read it cover to cover that very night Though a slim little book, it s full of details about the engineering behind the Magic Kingdom, and it s f...

  4. Andrew says:

    I was skeptical of these imagineering field guides after finding out that Walt Disney Imagineering A Behind the Dreams Look at Making the Magic Real was mostly a vehicle for propaganda While one still feels the influence of corporate on every page of this book, it doesn t feel quite as heavy handed because the focus is on the rides, not on the imagineering process Probably my biggest complaint is with the pocket guide layout It s a clever idea, but there is some great artwork included t...

  5. Jessica says:

    A great read if you are a fan of Disney parks One of the reasons I love Disney so much is they put so much thought into every aspect of your experience at their parks I loved reading about some of the details they ve included While thi...

  6. Christopher says:

    Read the night before visiting Magic Kingdom had been there before and love learning about the little details that most don t notice that make the park so amazing Great little read.

  7. Katy Roach says:

    This book is SO GOOD I got this one to go with my Disneyland volume, because I ve only been to Disneyland and wanted to learnabout The Magic Kingdom This book didn t disappoint I learned a lot I love the way this book is formatted in the beginning, they have an Imagineering Index to inform you of what the different Imagineering words think Plussing Cast Members , etc mean They go through each of the lands, starting in Main Street and moving counterclockwise Adventureland, Fron This book is SO GOOD I got this one to go with my Disneyland...

  8. Catherine says:

    As a Disney fan, and particularly a fan of the Magic Kingdom, I really enjoyed this book It taught me lots of little things that I love knowing, and the text is fun and accessible My only complaint what keeps it from 5 stars for me is the physical size of the book While made to slip into a pocket, which I appreciate, some of the pictures are too small to really get a good look at their details I would like a second copy at twice or three times the size to keep at ...

  9. Chris says:

    Although it took me less than a day to read this book, I did feel that this book was outdated I couldn t find a newer version of this book onand so I had to stick with this newest version from way back in 2009 Things change in this park, and having details to these changed and added attractions is evident We all miss attractions when they go out, but having extra details about defunct attractions in Mickey s Toontown Fair is No fair pun is definitely intended here I thought thi Although it took me less than a day to read this book, I did feel that this book was outdated I couldn t find a newer version of this book onand so I had to stick with this newest version f...

  10. Jeff Lanter says:

    I ve had this book for a long time and realized I hadn t ever reviewed or even marked it as being read on Goodreads so here goes I bought this book shortly after a visit to Disney World in 2007 so while I m sure this book is dated now, I m also going off dated memories of my trips to The Happiest Place on Earth and my enjoyment of the book was not hurt by that This book is pretty good for someone wanting to learn a little history and behind the scenes information on Magic Kingdom There are de I ve had this book for a long time and realized I hadn t ever reviewed or even marked it as being read on Goodreads so here goes I bought this book shortly after a visit to Disney World in 2007 so while I m sure this book is dated now, I m also going off dated memories of my trips to The Happiest Place on Earth and my enjoyment of the book was not hurt by that This book is pretty good for someone wanting to...