Five Ways to Celebrate Patriotism in Walt Disney World!

If you are lucky enough to be in Walt Disney World to celebrate Independence Day, take a moment to notice all of the intricate design details that are inspired by American history! Step back in time by taking a stroll down quaint Main Street USA! Follow the footsteps of our founding fathers in Liberty Square! Imagine the potential for wild west adventures in Frontierland! And, of course, witness history’s journey unfold at The American Adventure pavilion in Epcot!

Here are just a few of my favorite ways to revel in national pride in Walt Disney World. Happy Independence Day!

1. Hall of Presidents

A classic show featuring audio animatronics of the 44 Commanders in Chief, including President Obama delivering a rousing speech (yes, that really is his voice!).

2. The American Adventure

Join Mark Twain and Benjamin Franklin for a journey through America’s history in this half-hour show, featuring 35 Audio Animatronics. The theatre is breathtaking!

3. Voices of Liberty

Before experiencing The American Adventure, don’t miss the dulcet tones of this patriotic a cappella group! Familiar songs fill the dome of the rotunda for an acoustic experience unlike any other.

4. Magic Kingdom Flag Retreat

Celebrate the emblem of the land we love every evening at 5:00 as Magic Kingdom’s flag retires for the night! Everyone is invited to join in singing patriotic songs, and a special veteran guest is given the flag. Your heart will swell with pride!

5. Liberty Tree Tavern

This colonial style inn serves up New England inspired fare. Dine like a Son of Liberty in the heart of Liberty Square!

Bonus: Muppet Vision 3D

A salute to all nations, but mostly America.

For more details on any of these attractions, and for 100% FREE Disney vacation planning services, contact me!


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