New at Disney World Fall 2012

Splitsville (credit: The Walt Disney Company)

Splitsville (credit: The Walt Disney Company)

Disney Vacation Guide to what’s new in Disney World Fall 2012

It’s hard to believe right now that fall is just around the corner, but it is. The weather will cool down in only a matter of months and when it does, Disney World will be full of new experiences for you to try from automotive design to bowling.


Splitsville, America’s Bowling Alley, will open up at Downtown Disney West Side this fall  with 50,000 square feet of space in a two-story complex. Unlike bowling alleys you’re used to, this one will have 30 lanes separated into different clusters with many retro elements. There will be live entertainment, billiard tables, outdoor seating and a sweet balcony.

If you’re thinking that bowling is too dull for you, Splitsville may surprise you. With its upscale sushi bars, plush booths and dramatic decor, Splitsville puts a new spin on bowling.

The new Test Track Presented by Chevrolet

This fall, a re-imagined, design-centric Test Track Presented by Chevrolet will debut with a sleek new “Chevrolet Design Center at Epcot.” Dramatic lighting, upbeat music and a great collection of Chevrolet concept cars will inspire you as you sit down to create your very own custom concept vehicle. Of course, this is Disney, so you’ll get a chance to ride your design. Put it through its paces on the Text Track’s exhilarating hills, straight-aways and switchbacks.

The Legend of Captain Jack Sparrow

Get completely immersed in the world of the four “Pirates of the Caribbean” films as you experience the story of Jack Sparrow like never before, discovering if you really have what it takes to join Captain Jack’s crew. This attraction will be housed in the former space of Journey Into Narnia: Prince Caspian.

Kilimanjaro Safaris

The zebras at Disney’s Animal Kingdom welcome you to see their all new home in the fall as you embark on Kilimanjaro Safaris. See a reconstructed savannah space with a new watering hole for live animals. Don’t forget your camera!

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Which of these new Disney attractions sounds best to you?