Why are the Disney parks the happiest place on earth

From the Disney parks to the merchandise, Disney will always and forever be the happiest place on earth; but why? Disney wouldn’t be what it is today without Walt Disney. It all started when he started his career in animation with the Kansas City Film Ad Company in Missouri in 1920. In 1922 Disney and his friend Ub Iwerks, a gifted animator, founded the Laugh-O-gram Films studio in Kansas City and began producing a series of cartoons based on fables and fairy tales. October 16th, 1923 in Los Angeles California the Kansas City Film Ad Company in Missouri was turned into the Disney company.

Disney happens to bring happiness from kids very young and adults too. Disney has multiple Disney parks around the world, for example, California, Florida, Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai, and Hong Kong. All of these locations have a Disney park. Disney World has four lands, Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom. Disney also has Typhoon Lagoon (Water Park), Blizzard Beach (Water Park), and Disney Springs (Shopping/Dining). 

When you go to Disney you will see a lot of stores that sell t-shirts, mickey ears, hats, sunglasses, phone cases, and more. Most items are expensive. For example magnets are the least expensive, magnets at Disney cost about 21 dollars. Cinderella’s castle at the Arribas Bros store in Magic Kingdom cost about 49,500 dollars. The reason this castle is so expensive is because it is made of glistening crystals, along with a mickey and minnie figurines that come with the castle. 

Disney tickets tend to be pretty expensive. Tickets for Disney cost 109 dollars per ticket to 159 dollars per ticket. Making travel plans cost a lot too, 104.522 dollars per travel plan. The reason Disney is so expensive is because Disney has High demand and has a limited guest capacity. If you were to go to Disney would you play that much to go?

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