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I had lots of Disney World trivia throughout April during A to Z, so I'll break the answers down into three posts. Scroll over the black bars for answers. I'll give you the breakdown of the correct answerers on the final trivia post. ;)
Disney World Trivia Answers
Q: In what year did Walt Disney World officially open?
Q: When the new Fantasyland is completed, which classic Disney World ride will we be getting TWO of?
Q: Which Disney movie is given a nod at this nautically themed Walt Disney World restaurant via a song from its soundtrack and a painting of a scene?
A: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Q: Walt Disney World displays a replica of Sue, the most complete T. Rex to have been discovered. Where do Sue's genuine bones reside?
A: The Field Museum in Chicago
Q: How many hotel rooms are on Walt Disney World property?
A: 33,000 (source: buildabettermousetrip.com)
Q: In 2004, Disney Editions published the first book in a (really great) series that provides a re-imagined history of Peter Pan. What was the name of that book and series?
A: Peter and the Starcatchers
Q: What TV family stayed at the Grand Floridian in their two-part 1993 episode: "The House Meets the Mouse"?
A: The Tanners; Full House
Q: In which of the four Disney World Parks was the above photo taken?
A: Epcot at the Seas with Nemo and Friends pavillion.
Q: What was Disney's Hollywood Studios officially named before it became Disney's Hollywood Studios?
A: Disney-MGM Studios