Area Attractions: Museums, Art, Culture and More

  • Good Morning America host Josh Elliott, TV personality Ty Pennington and Chef Emeril Lagasse introducing Give Kids The World Extreme Village Makeover on national television.   See the Image

  • Josh Elliott and Ty Pennington preparing Give Kids The World President, Pamela Landwirth, for her first look at the Village’s new “Memory Makers’ Building.”   See the Image

  • Walt Disney World and its cast members have been involved with Give Kids the World since its founding more than 25 years ago, helping to provide an escape from the real world of medical…   See the Image

  • Disney cast members helped unveil the “Extreme Village Makeover” for non-profit organization, Give Kids The World. Last year alone, thousands of Disney volunteers provided more than 40,000 hours…   See the Image

  • Give Kids The World volunteers view their new home in the Village as the “big reveal” is completed. As part of this one-of-a-kind project, Disney Cast Members dedicated countless hours to…   See the Image

  • Best Stadiums, Queen Elizabeth Park, Closing Ceremony

    Staged on the archaic plains of Olympia, the first ancient Olympic Games can be traced all the way back to 776 B.C. The Games were dedicated to the Olympian gods and continued for nearly 12…   Read the Blog

  • Best Stadiums, Aquatics Center, Beijing, China

    From Austria to Tokyo, these are a few of our favorite Olympic venues.   See the Gallery

  • Best Stadiums, Stadio Olimpico del Ghiaccio in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy

    The Olympic Ice Stadium in Cortina d'Ampezzo was "built by the Viviani Donato and children of Cornuda," according to legend. It was built for the Olympic Winter Games of 1956 and hosted ice…   See the Image

  • Best Stadiums, Innsbruck, Austria

    The opening ceremony at the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Austria.   See the Image

  • Best Stadiums, Bergiselschanze in Innsbruck, Austria

    Bergiselschanze is a ski jumping hill located in Bergisel in Innsbruck, Austria. Its first competitions were held in the 1920s using wood constructions. The larger hill was first built in 1930…   See the Image