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Greetings and welcome to Florida-Project.com!
Florida-Project.com is a dedication and visual representation to the history and future development of Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando.
Through the usage of hundreds of guidemaps, vacation guides, brochures, and other assorted items, you can see how the theme parks have evolved over the years. But that's not all! Florida-Project.com features a richly detailed photo section that also functions as a tour guide as well as a history teacher. As you browse through the photo pages you'll also learn about the development of the various resorts and attractions, and you'll even receive tips such as when to avoid the crowds. (Photos are returning soon!)
Florida-Project.com is home to one of the Internet's largest collections of vintage and current guidemaps for Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando!
Please visit the "About Us" page to learn more the website, how it was created, and what you can do to help it continue.
Florida-Project.com by the numbers:
Total number of theme park guidemaps: 331
Total number of vacation planning guides: 70
Total number of photos: 9,572
Monday, April 20, 2015:
For all practical purposes, the Magic Kingdom photo section is finally finished!
Tuesday, March 17, 2015:
Two quick notes:
- First, Cinderella is a great movie. Yes, it's still a chick flick, but it's still very entertaining for the whole family.
- Second, has anybody seen the trailers for the upcoming Disney, science-fiction movie Tomorrowland? I don't know what to make of the movie yet as so little of the story has been released, but parts of it seem intriguing. An updated trailer for Tomorrowland was shown in front of Cinderella. In one of the quick scenes in the trailer, Space Mountain was visible in the futuristic city. The structure on the left side of the same scene has something that looks like the track for the TTA PeopleMover.
This make me wonder how many Tomorrowland attractions will be referenced in the movie. This makes it both interesting and a little bit scary as not every Tomorrowland attraction (namely classic Tomorrowland rides such as Space Mountain, Starjets and the PeopleMover) has an obvious story to go with it. I've looked through the Space Mountain comic book that they are selling in Downtown Disney, and it seemed like the writers were really pushing to have an interesting story involving the ride.
Another interesting scene in the Tomorrowland trailer showed the main characters riding in some sort of rocket. What made it particularly interesting was that the interior of the rocket looked like Steampunk / Jules Verne-inspired theming, almost as if it belonged with the Disneyland Paris version of Space Mountain. Since American movies tend to perform well in Europe, is this a nod to Discoveryland in Disneyland Paris?
We'll have to wait and see when Tomorrowland is released on May 22, 2015.
Florida-Project.com is currently undergoing major construction.
Tons of material is currently in the process of being added back to the website. The general layout may see a few more changes before everything is finished. Some of the links may change.
We ask you to bear with us as we expedite this process and get the website fully operational again.