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Quiz about Walt Disney World Virtual Vacation
Quiz about Walt Disney World Virtual Vacation

Walt Disney World Virtual Vacation Quiz


Everyone should take a trip to Walt Disney World in Florida - even if it's only virtual. Let the photos in this quiz transport you to a magical and happy place sprinkled with pixie dust.

A photo quiz by DizWiz. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
DizWiz
Time
3 mins
Type
Photo Quiz
Quiz #
404,137
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
1150
Last 3 plays: Guest 172 (8/10), Guest 72 (10/10), Guest 73 (10/10).
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Question 1 of 10
1. The castle in Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom is named after which Disney princess who lost a glass slipper? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. Where can you find the Tree of Life?
(Hint: Check out the animal carvings on the base of the tree.)
Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. Which "Twilight Zone" creator narrates the introduction to "The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror" ride? Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. "Try the grey stuff, it's delicious. Don't believe me? Ask the dishes."
What is the name of the fine-dining restaurant located in the Beast's Castle in Magic Kingdom?
Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. Which upscale Victorian style hotel builds a grand gingerbread shop in the lobby during the Christmas season? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. If you don't have time to go on a real jungle safari, where you can see African, Asian and South American animals by taking a boat trip on this Magic Kingdom ride in Adventureland? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. The Pixar Animation "Studios" would approve of the tie to the film industry. Woody, Buzz, Jessie, and the rest of the toys can be found in their very own land in which Walt Disney World park? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. Disney's Christmas parade at Magic Kingdom features which iconic marching figures? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. There are several "mountain" rides in Magic Kingdom. Which one is the rootinest, tootinest ride in the wilderness? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. Our virtual trip is over and it's time to say goodbye to Walt Disney World. What Magic Kingdom boat ride was based on the attraction Walt Disney had personally overseen for the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. The castle in Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom is named after which Disney princess who lost a glass slipper?

Answer: Cinderella

Cinderella's Castle is the focal point and icon of Magic Kingdom Park. Upon entering the park via Main Street, the castle looms 189 feet tall. The castle acts as the hub of the park from which the various "lands" branch out. Circling the castle from right to left are Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Liberty Square, Frontierland, and Adventureland. Various shows take place in front of the castle throughout the day. On the night when fireworks are presented, Tinkerbell flies from the top of the castle toward Tomorrowland to start off the show. Fine dining ,with several of the princes and princesses, is available at the restaurant on the second floor. See if you can spot Jacques and Gus (Cinderella's mice friends) high on a ledge in the first floor entry hall.
2. Where can you find the Tree of Life? (Hint: Check out the animal carvings on the base of the tree.)

Answer: Animal Kingdom

The Tree of Life is the focal point of Animal Kingdom Park. The tree stands 145 feet high with over 300 animals carved into the base of this artificial baobab tree. There are over 8,000 branches with over 100,000 leaves. The tree includes carvings of current and extinct animals.

The base of the tree houses a 428 seat theater which shows a 3D film entitled "It's Tough to be a Bug". Watch out for the stink bug! There are many good photo opportunities of the Tree of Life throughout the park. Disney photographers can provide special enhanced photography by adding Disney characters into their photos. Be sure to catch the "Animal Encounters: Winged Encounters - The Kingdom Takes Flight" show in front of the tree.

The brilliant colors of the macaws and parrots are a "must see".
3. Which "Twilight Zone" creator narrates the introduction to "The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror" ride?

Answer: Rod Serling

"The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror" ride is located in Hollywood Studios. If you like dark scary rides, then get in line for this attraction. Rod Serling from "The Twilight Zone" television show welcomes you to the Hollywood Tower Hotel. The year is 1939 and you are about to travel in an elevator that gets struck by lightning. Let's not spoil the ending.

Besides, the suspense of what might happen is part of the thrill. One tip - it's best to ride on an emptier stomach if motion makes you queasy.
4. "Try the grey stuff, it's delicious. Don't believe me? Ask the dishes." What is the name of the fine-dining restaurant located in the Beast's Castle in Magic Kingdom?

Answer: Be Our Guest Restaurant

Be Our Guest Restaurant is located at the foot of Beast's Castle in Magic Kingdom. During lunch and dinner, you can experience fine French dining. And yes, they really have "grey stuff" for dessert and it really is delicious! There are three separate dining rooms within the castle.

The main room or Ballroom is the largest dining area. The painted ceilings are exquisite and the falling snow in each window is charming. The West Wing is another dining area. It's a bit dark for young children, but the the enchanted rose is quite spectacular.

The third dining area is the Castle Gallery. Beautiful portraits adorn the walls. Center stage is a life-sized statue of Belle and Beast dancing. Dining tip - Walt Disney World restaurants can accommodate any special food requests relating to allergy conditions or lifestyle choices. Special menus and advance planning are available. Bon appetit!
5. Which upscale Victorian style hotel builds a grand gingerbread shop in the lobby during the Christmas season?

Answer: Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

The Grand Floridian Resort & Spa opened on June 28, 1988. Billed as a deluxe resort, the Grand Floridian is reminiscent of the Victorian era at the end of the 19th century. This flagship property is located next to Magic Kingdom and just one monorail stop away.

The hotel is situated on the man-made Seven Seas Lagoon where guests can watch the Electrical Water Pageant each evening from the shore area. The multi-storied lobby's opulent decor is greatly enhanced during the holiday seasons. During Christmas, a large-size gingerbread house serves as a holiday bake shop. Several of Santa's helpers man the shop on a daily basis.

It takes several months to bake and construct the iconic structure. You can even buy the gingerbread shingles used in making the roof.

Ingredients include; 1,050 pounds of honey, 140 pints of egg whites, 600 pounds of powdered sugar, 700 pounds of chocolate, 800 pounds of flour, and 35 pounds of spices. Note that during the COVID outbreak, a smaller replica of the gingerbread house was on display.
6. If you don't have time to go on a real jungle safari, where you can see African, Asian and South American animals by taking a boat trip on this Magic Kingdom ride in Adventureland?

Answer: Jungle Cruise

Board a boat with a seasoned wisecracking skipper as you travel down the Nile, Mekong, and Amazon rivers. Watch rhinos chase explorers up a totem pole. See elephants bathing as you cruise along. You can even see the "backside" of water as you travel behind a waterfall.

The "Head Salesman", Trader Sam, might offer you his deal of the day - "Two of his heads for one of yours"! During the holiday season, the Jungle Cruise becomes the Jingle Cruise and gets decked out with Christmas decorations. Children, young and old, are sure to disembark smiling and maybe wincing a bit from their skipper's cornball jokes.
7. The Pixar Animation "Studios" would approve of the tie to the film industry. Woody, Buzz, Jessie, and the rest of the toys can be found in their very own land in which Walt Disney World park?

Answer: Hollywood Studios

Opening June 18, 2018, Toy Story Land is located off Pixar Place in Hollywood Studios. Based on the successful "Toy Story" animated movie franchise, Woody, Jessie, Buzz, and the other toys are prominently placed throughout this toy box land. These gigantic versions of the toys make guests feel like they've shrunk in the toy box. Ride the Slinky Dog Dash roller coaster or practice your shooting skills in Toy Story Mania! You can even sample a snack at Woody's Lunch Box. Have your autograph book ready because there are plenty of "toys" to meet. "To infinity and beyond!"
8. Disney's Christmas parade at Magic Kingdom features which iconic marching figures?

Answer: Toy soldiers

On certain nights prior to Christmas Day, Magic Kingdom hosts a special ticketed event - Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party. The Once Upon a Christmastime Parade features life-sized wooden soldiers that march from Frontierland down through Main Street. On Christmas Day and during Christmas Week, the parade takes place during normal park hours as part of the general admission price.

The crowds can be overwhelming so stake out a good viewing spot ahead of time. If your budget permits, Disney usually offers a lunch or dessert dining package that includes reserved viewing of the parade.
9. There are several "mountain" rides in Magic Kingdom. Which one is the rootinest, tootinest ride in the wilderness?

Answer: Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

Yep pardner, the correct answer is Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Ride the mining cars of the Big Thunder Mining Company in the town of Tumbleweed. Hang onto your hats and glasses as your rickety coaster dodges falling boulders and exploding dynamite. Skeletons of dead animals litter the 2.5 acreage.

The bat infested tunnel may scare the faint of heart. After you survive this hair-raising adventure, treat yourself to a Jumbo Turkey Leg. They're messy, but delicious if you like smoked meat. If you need a rest, sit a spell and cruise on the Liberty Square Riverboat.
10. Our virtual trip is over and it's time to say goodbye to Walt Disney World. What Magic Kingdom boat ride was based on the attraction Walt Disney had personally overseen for the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair?

Answer: It's a Small World

Walt Disney wanted to convey world unity as seen through the eyes of children. Your boat travels through scenes of hundreds of animatronics dressed in their colorful native garb singing "it's a small world". Countries from Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa, and Oceania are represented along the way. Try and name as many countries as you can while you cruise along. Robert and Richard Sherman penned the lyrics and music to "it's a small world".

The Sherman brothers also wrote the music for "Mary Poppins", as well as many other films.

In the final segment of the ride, all the countries are together in one room. The costumes are still unique to each country, but the colors of the costumes are similar regardless of country. Yes, we are different, but we also have many similarities - as the color blending of the costumes symbolizes.

In the photo, you can see "goodbye" displayed in various languages. Au revoir, shalom, ciao, sayonara, goodbye....
Source: Author DizWiz

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