Tag: Frontierland

  • Muse #9: Frontierland Review

    Muse #9: Frontierland Review

    Thank you for joining me in discussing Splash Mountain, Tom Sawyer Island, and Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe! Before we move on to Liberty Square, I’d like to pause and have a little break from philosophizing. After all, there’s so much I love in Frontierland that I couldn’t quite stretch into a full blog post. Keep reading for some fun facts, quotes, and videos about Frontierland!

  • Muse 8: Architectural Cross-Dissolve in Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

    Muse 8: Architectural Cross-Dissolve in Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

    What I want to discuss today isn’t the censorship of Melody Time or the tragic loss of the pulled pork sandwich here. Instead, I’d like to talk about how this restaurant beautifully illustrates the practice of cross-dissolve—because technically, it spans both Frontierland and Adventureland.

  • Muse #7: Painting Tom Sawyer Island

    Muse #7: Painting Tom Sawyer Island

    Often in the favorite attraction discussion, we include all the popular—and even unpopular—rides and shows across the various parks at Walt Disney World resort. However, we often forget the peaceful island in Frontierland, only accessible by log rafts: Tom Sawyer Island.

  • Muse #6: The Unwarranted Trashing of Splash Mountain

    Muse #6: The Unwarranted Trashing of Splash Mountain

    On July 1, 2022, Disney announced more details on Splash Mountain’s retheme to The Princess and the Frog, and the retheme is perhaps one of the most tangible examples of cancel culture from Disney.