This two-hour tour includes in-depth analysis and history of Main Street USA at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. In this entertaining and informative tour, we discuss the history of Walt Disney World and the Magic Kingdom, the design of Main Street USA, hidden details you might not have noticed in the parks, and the stories of the people who helped develop the parks, including Walt Disney, Roy O. Disney, John Hench, Roger Broggie, Ub Iwerks, Mary Blair, and many more.

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What’s included in the tour:

History of the Magic Kingdom

History of Walt Disney World

Windows along Main Street USA

Main Street USA attraction history

Hidden details in Main Street USA

Design and development of Main Street USA

Significant Imagineers who built Main Street USA

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Tour Credits:

Written, produced and narrated by Matthew Krul. Imagineer Tours is in no way endorsed by or affiliated with Walt Disney Imagineering or The Walt Disney Company, nor any of their subsidiaries.


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Music Licensed from Soundstripe:

  • A Walk in the Park (Liberty)
  • Acoustic Kinetic (Sounds Like Sander)
  • Age of Eschaton (Cody Martin)
  • As I Dream (Moments)
  • At First Sight (Sounds Like Sander)
  • Ballerina Cantina (Dresden, The Flamingo)
  • Big City Christmas (Avocado Junkie)
  • Best Buds (The Night Train)
  • Brought To You By Electric (Electric Organ)
  • Butterflies (Cody Martin)
  • Dawn Awaits (Cody Martin)
  • Detour In Velour (Fairlight)
  • Don’t Let Go (Alice in Winter)
  • Free For All (Cast of Characters)
  • Gatsby’s Saloon (Dresden, The Flamingo)
  • Good Ole’ Days (Dresden, The Flamingo)
  • Help and Hope (Marie)
  • Here and Now (Caleb Etheridge)
  • Home Run (Avocado Junkie)
  • If The Light Fades (Birds of Norway)
  • Look! Over There! (Hale)
  • Magic (Four Trees)
  • Metropolis Daybreak (Cody Martin)
  • Prestige (The Night Train)
  • Rag Deluxe (Avocado Junkie)
  • Raspeebies (Dresden, The Flamingo)
  • Remember You’re Beautiful (Cody Martin)
  • Remember When (Shimmer)
  • Room to Grow (Birds of Norway)
  • Starcourt (Falls)
  • Take Care (Alsever Lake)
  • That Warm Quirky Feeling (Avocado Junkie)
  • The Cookie Jar (The Night Train)
  • The Dawn Shard (Cody Martin)
  • Train Ride (Adrian Walther)
  • Twisted Tango (Avocado Junkie)
  • Wesley Swing (Titus)
  • What a Gal (The Night Train)
  • Wonder Waltz (Birds of Norway)

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