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Disney fans create homemade magic during coronavirus pandemic

Who says you need to go to Disney to experience the magic?

Thanks to COVID-19 thousands of vacations have been put on hold or canceled as theme parks around the globe were forced to close their gates to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

This meant that families were unable to experience the magic or thrill of the theme parks, however, that didn't stop families and friends from making the best of a bad situation.

Since the closures, theme park fans from around the world have been posting videos of their DIY Disney attractions.

From nighttime fireworks to swashbuckling pirates, it's clear that when Disney fans are bored, something good is sure to come out of it.

We found our favorites and wanted to share them with you.


Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run.

If you're not the pilot, odds are you're in for a bumpy flight.

Once Upon a Time

Someone went all out and took DIY to the next level.


If we squint real hard and use our imagination, it's like we're really watching.

Avatar: Flight of Passage

Do you think these two waited three hours to get on?

EPCOT's Flower and Garden Festival

The festival only blossomed for 11 days before the parks were closed. Enjoy the sights virtually, the only problem is you won't be able to stop and smell the flowers.

Pirates of the Caribbean

Yo ho, yo ho it's a pirates life for them.

Mad Tea Party

We're getting dizzy just watching this.


Patrick would be proud of this version of Soarin'. You are cleared for takeoff.


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