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DIY-ing Disney

Kevin Owens

With over a decade of experience in selling metro Phoenix real estate, Kevin Owens' name is synonymous with Valley of the Sun real estate...

With over a decade of experience in selling metro Phoenix real estate, Kevin Owens' name is synonymous with Valley of the Sun real estate...

Apr 6 2 minutes read

Missing the Disney parks while they're closed?

You’re not the only one. Earlier this month, Disney made the decision to close Disneyland and Walt Disney World amid growing concerns around the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak. 

Since then, fans across the globe have come up with creative ways to bring the parks home  — and for some, that means recreating some of the most iconic rides.

So grab the kiddos and experience the Disney magic from the comfort of your own couch!

Frozen Ever After Ride

Get ready to sing let it go!

Pirates of the Caribbean Ride

Ahoy Mateys!

Peter Pan's Flying Ride

Fly over London with Peter Pan aboard an enchanted pirate ship to Never Land!

Indiana Jones Thrill Ride 

Experience this heart-pumping thrill ride in 4k!

Alice in Wonderland Ride

For a bit more chill of a ride, hop on the Alice in Wonderland caterpillars!

The Little Mermaid Ride

Take a ride under the sea, virtually...

It's a Small World

No internet vacation to Disney would be complete without riding It's a Small World!

Some Disney fans are going a step further to create an immersive theme park experience at home, and the results range from adorable to downright impressive. 

With people posing as animatronics, makeshift ride vehicles, and household decorations used as props, these "rides" are sure to make Disney fans laugh.


Youtuber Jenny Lorenzo and her husband, David Gallegos, created the Homemade Haunted Mansion, featuring a DIY pre-show elevator room, Doom Buggy ride vehicles, and the iconic ride music.

"Yo Ho Yo Ho A Quarantine’s Life for Me" recreates the Pirates of the Caribbean ride (complete with a Captain Jack Sparrow impression)

Jess Siswick opted to make her own version of Soarin’ Over California from Disney’s California Adventure with her computer and desk chair, creating the best way to take a break while working from home.



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