The royal makeover of Cinderella’s Castle at Magic Kingdom for Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary has been capped off with the addition of a golden 50th crest.
This morning (June 22, 2021) on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Walt Disney World released more details for its upcoming 50th Anniversary celebration that will start on October 1.
Ahead of Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary, Disney PhotoPass Service is teaming up with Snap to offer magical augmented reality experiences to share with your friends and family, featuring some of your favorite Disney characters.
On October 1, 2021, Walt Disney World will be 50 years old, and this week we got new details on the 50th Anniversary celebration.
One of the nicest areas to visit in Orlando is Harry P. Leu Gardens, just north of downtown. But did you know this gem is turning 50 this year?
Well, it is and to celebrate, Mayor Buddy Dyer and city commissioners will hold a tree planting and dedication on Monday, November 7, at 10am.
Free tree seedlings will be handed out after the ceremony by the staff, who will also be on hand to answer your gardening questions.
Best of all, the event is free for all to attend. Normally admission is $7 for adults and $2 for children 17 and under.
If you’ve never been here, the gardens are a wonderful place to spend the day, or at least a long afternoon. It’s laid out over 50 acres and features paved scenic walkways that take you past the largest formal rose garden in Florida, a 2-acre tropical stream garden, a butterfly garden and more.
Harry P. Leu Gardens are located at 1920 North Forest Avenue. Hours are 9am-5pm daily except they are closed Christmas Day.