View Full Version : Disney's record $3 Billion Spend on New Additions & Expansions at their Disney Parks

20-05-2012, 10:14 AM
With all the expansions and a new additions that have been going on around the world at Disney Parks and Resorts, for the first time in Disney history they have surpassed the $3 billion mark.

Revenue for Disney Parks and Resorts has grown 10% from the last fiscal year, which has meant that Disney has been able to invest a lot of money into improving their properties.

Some of their money has been spent at

Disney California Adventure

The Park has undergone an extensive 5 year renovation, including the addition of Cars Land. The Radiator Springs Racer attraction alone cost $200 million to create. Overall, the expansion took $1.1 billion.

The Magic Kingdom

Walt Disney World Resort has been undergoing renovations of its own – the largest in the park’s 40 year history. By the time the Fantasyland expansion is complete, the park will have spent $425 million.

Disney Cruise Line

Disney's fourth ship was christened earlier this year. The 14-deck, 4,000 passenger Disney Fantasy took $900 million to bring to life.

Hong Kong Disneyland

The renovations here include the creation of Toy Story Land, the first of three additions to the park which opened late last year. The overall expansion will cost $486 million.

Disney’s Aulani Resort & Spa

The first Disney resort to open outside of a theme park – cost around $800 million to build.