2013-12-23 10:41:14 - Live in Orlando Florida for new year's eve 2013-2014, NYE fireworks displays, parties, clubs, restaurants and bars including Walt Disney World theme park event schedule and live webcam streaming.
Orlando in Florida draws crowds from all across US and the world the the sunshine state for a new year's eve party that includes all the magic of Walt Disney World with a range of parties to cater for all tastes.
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New Year's Eve is traditionally the busiest day of the year at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida and Disneyland in Anaheim, California, where the parks stay open late and the usual nightly fireworks are supplemented by an additional New Year's Eve-specific show at midnight. A variety of one-day bands are brought in to entertain the masses during the Disneyland New Years Eve celebrations,
for example, and once midnight rolls around on December 31, a special fireworks show lights up the sky. The fun doesn't start or stop with the New Years Eve celebrations, however. The holiday season at Disneyland runs from early November through early January, and the resort is particularly festive during this period.
Walt Disney World Resort (also known colloquially as Disney World), is the world's largest and most-visited recreational resort. Located approximately 21 miles (34 km) southwest of Orlando, Florida, United States, the resort covers an area of 30,080-acre (47.00 sq mi; 121.7 km2) and includes four theme parks, two water parks, 23 on-site themed resort hotels (excluding eight that are on-site, but not owned by the Walt Disney Company), including a campground, two health spas and physical fitness centers, and other recreational venues and entertainment.
The resort was inspired by the dreams of Walt Disney, who wanted a park on the East Coast to supplement Disneyland in California (Disney World's Magic Kingdom was designed similarly to Disneyland). However, Walt envisioned Disney World to be much different from Disneyland's one day visit. This included entertainment, uniquely-themed resort hotels, and a much wider variety of sports and recreational opportunities. In fact, Walt's original plans for the Florida property were far more ambitious: he also wanted to construct a real planned city of approximately 20,000 residents, the "Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow", which would serve as a test bed for city planning and organization. Walt died in 1966 before his vision was fully realized, and his plans for Disney World eventually evolved to what it is today.