MASH travelers had a fun-filled and long day finding new favorites in Magic Kingdom, where Walt Disney's imagination and creations can be seen across each of the lands.
Walt Disney's dream of the future fits our science, technology and communications theme quite well and it's no surprise it was a MASH Traveler favorite. It all came to life in Tomorrow Land! For many, Space Mountain was the favorite attraction of the day, where they experienced the effects of gravity, centripetal force, and Newton's Laws that theyreviewed yesterday, but on a roller coaster that's entirely in the dark!
Other groups discovered another Tomorrow Land favorite: the People Mover. This attraction takes travelers on a tour of Tomorrow Land and applies the same technology as yesterday's Rockin' Rollercoaster. Just ask a MASH traveler for the "secret!"
Walt Disney's infamous animatronics technology was seen by all on many of today's attractions! Though many described them as "a little creepy," the Hall of Presidents was one example of this technology in action. But Zoe and Emily would like to rewrite some of the presentation based on facts they learned in social studies with Ms. Francis, especially about Andrew Jackson! The travelers saw other examples of animatronics and looked for Johnny Depp on Pirates of the Carribean, identified countries in It's a Small World, and learned about the history of technology on Carousel of Progress.
The group came together for a Wishes Dessert Party and watched Celebrate the Magic, which is a show that utilizes music and projection images onto the castle. The fireworks followed, and then it was back to Tomorrow Land for a few last attractions before boarding Disney Transportation and heading back to the resort!