Presenting … Imagineering Awesome

Happy June, everyone! As promised, we’re kicking off a new series here on Mouse on the Mind that’ll run the entire month of June. It’s called … imagineering_awesome … and it’s inspired by countless sessions of armchair Imagineering with friends. Because who doesn’t love sitting around (maybe with a few drinks) gabbing about how we’d make the Park even better. So I reached out to some of my friends and favorite bloggers and invited them to answer one question: If you had unlimited monies, what attraction would you want to see in a Disney Park? I gave them pretty free reign: it could be any kind of attraction (show, ride, interactive experience), and it could be in any Disney Park. They could spend all of the money and call in any resources they needed with the full support and power of the Walt Disney Company behind them. The one catch: the attraction had to be based a Disney, Pixar or Star Wars film. What they’ve come up with is totally awesome, and I can’t wait to share it with you. I’ll list them all here in this post, and you’ll also be able to access them here. And they’ll be popping up on the blog two-three times each week. You won’t be able to miss them … and hopefully you won’t want to!! Let the month of armchair Imagineering begin!

 Imagineering Awesome

Merlin’s Medieval Mess by Richard of Mouse Troop

Bringing the Dragons Back by Emma of A Pinch of Pixie Dust

In Sleepy Hollow by Mickey Mutineers

Tiana’s Place by Becky from Come Home to Disney

Scat Cat’s Beats from Mrs. Banks from Mrs. Banks Goes to Convention

Oswald’s Toontown by Jeff of Lance + Jeff

Trench Star Death Run from Katherine of Food Fitness Fantasy

Adventure Is Out There from Holly of A Disney Fan in Colorado

Best Day Ever Coaster from Jennifer of The Disney Babies Blog

Jungle Book Cruise by Safari Mike of Jambo Everyone

Star Wars Land Makeover by Karen and Davina from The Best Friends Guide

Summer Magic by Sarah of Gluten and Dairy Free at WDW

The Legend of the Lion King by Nick

If you’re interested in contributing your own idea to the series, e-mail Melissa@MouseontheMind.com!

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