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‘Virtual ride’ videos on YouTube allow you to enjoy Disney Parks amid the lockdown

Anybody up for some Disney fun?

  • In March 2020, the world saw the biggest lockdown in human history.
  • The temporary closure of non-essential businesses affected Disney parks across the world.
  • Videos on Youtube are offering ‘virtual rides for everyone to enjoy amid the COVID-19 quarantine.

On March 12, Disneyland and Disney World announced temporary closure of their parks in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease. Since then, all Disney stores and hotels have also closed. All forms of amusement in parks, hotels, and even restaurants and malls likewise stopped operations.

A good number of people stuck at home have since turned elsewhere to keep themselves entertained. Disney fans, for example, are binge-watching Disney classics or even subscribing to Disney+.


In addition, virtual tours to Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, and Epcot, LEGOLAND, and SeaWorld are available online for people to enjoy.

If that’s not enough, there are also virtual point-of-view videos found on YouTube that give viewers a taste of what it’s like to get a full experience on all the popular rides.

Check out some of these awesome videos bleow:

Splash Mountain
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
Soarin’ Around the World
Expedition Everest
Alice in Wonderland
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
Peter Pan’s Flight
It’s a Small World

Well we bet you never thought you’d get out of a Splash Mountain ride dry or take that ’round-the-world trip’ on Soarin’ Around the World while on your couch! How about a “ride” on Disney’s most expensive roller coaster, Expedition Everest without spending a dollar for your tickets?

Regardless of your age, we think these fun Disney virtual rides will help tide you over until you can actually take that trip you so wanted.

These videos will definitely do for now. Stay home and stay safe, everyone!


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This should keep you occupied for days…

  • Kodak has released a massive jigsaw puzzle with 51,300 pieces.
  • Dubbed the "world's largest puzzle," the product has a price tag of $600 but is currently sold online for $400.
  • The puzzle is made up of 27 different images of famous attractions and landmarks across the world such as the Great Wall of China, the Great Pyramid of Giza, and many others.

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Man To Visit Florida In Grim Reaper Costume As Beaches Reopen “Prematurely”

He hopes to remind beachgoers to stay home instead.

  • As Florida confirms reopening its beaches to the public soon, lawyer Daniel Uhlfelder plans to visit in full Grim Reaper costume.
  • According to him, he hopes the stunt will remind people about social distancing and staying home.
  • Governor Ron DeSantis claims Florida has already "flattened the curve."

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93-Year-Old Woman Gets Her Wish After Holding Up “I Need Beer” Sign

Her viral photo reached the beer manufacturer. And so they gave her 10 cases of beer!

  • Already 93 years of age, Olive Veronesi still has the habit of drinking a can of beer every night.
  • Now on self-quarantine, she’s down to her last 12 cans when she held a sign that said “I need more beer!”
  • A relative took her picture and it went viral online, prompting brewing company Molson Coors to gift her 10 cases.

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