disney.go.com is the granddaddy of all Disney sites. If you're wondering what the Mouse House is up to, this is the
place to start. You can also register to receive regular EMails from the Company with news about special events and
sales, so it's worth visiting on a regular basis.
Disney's site for the park that Walt built. Filled with information about happenings in the park as well as ticket prices, schedules, and on-line booking. It's
a good place to find complete vacation packages, as well.
A brilliant tribute to Walt Disney, it tells the story of the Disney family and the history of the Studio. An enormous amount of information in exhibits, artwork of all kinds, and movie clips. Operated by Richard and Katherine Greene who wrote "The Man Behind The Magic" and the Walt Disney CD-ROM, the museum is located in The Presidio area of San Francisco.
Shop for catalog items online. It's a place you should visit frequently for sales and close-outs on collectible Disney merchandise (including exclusive D23 merchandise), as well as items available only on-line.
The Disney Insider is the place to find clips of the latest movies, theme park news, and Disney activities
for your kids and more. Lots of other cool Disney stuff to download!
Visit The Disney Blog for news and great articles.
Disney Fan Sites & Theme Park Information
Blogs have given Disney fans an outlet for their devotion to Disneyland, Walt
Disney World and the other Disney theme parks around the world. Many fans simply want to share their
stories and photos, while others give great advice on travel and ticket deals. We invite you to visit
the sites listed below to share your enjoyment of Disneyana and the Magic Kingdoms all over the world. While you're
here, don't miss our own stories from Disneyland and Walt Disney World.
For fans of contemporary animation with a special Disney touch, check out Deja View, the blog created by Disney animator Andreas Deja who has been creating wonderful Disney characters for nearly 3 decades. My favorite is the villain Jafar from Disney's Aladdin.
From noted Disney historian Paul Anderson, The Disney History Institute relates stories of Walt Disney, the Disney Studio, and Disneyland with a special focus on the things that Walt himself created or inspired. Paul is best known among Disney collectors for his publication Persistance of Vision, which included audio tapes of his interviews of Disney artists and Imagineers and his book, "The Davy Crockett Craze". He's also contributed to films and biographies about Walt.
Disneyland fans are sure to love Dave DeCaro's Daveland Disneyland Photo Gallery because it's chock-a-block filled with spectacular photos from the park which he offers for sale on his site, and the compendium of Disney reference information he has compiled.
If just you can't stand not being in Disneyland or Walt Disney World one minute longer, Reedy Creek Radio is the next best thing to being there. The site streams music and other audio treasures from the Disney theme parks and has forums and other features that let you share your Disney addiction.
Disney Fans is a hub of information that features
photos from Disneyland and Walt Disney World, 3D videos of rides, and more. Just chock full of Disney fun.
As the name implies, This Day in Disney History gives you a
day-by-day reference to events in the history of The Walt Disney Company, the films and the theme parks. It's
a great place to give yourself a Disney boost and to increase your knowledge.
Entertainment and Media
These are websites that are not dedicated to Disney themes, but present wonderful stories and information about other entertainment categories. We know you'll find them compelling and attractive.
See the Animation Page at Magic Lantern Video & Book Store
for a great catalog of books about animation. Nicely categorized for easy browsing.
This page was last updated on July 10, 2014.