From PJLifestyle: Horizons: Walt Disney’s Lost Futuristic Legacy

Recently I wrote about what I call Walt Disney’s optimistic futurism. Walt Disney believed that advances in technology and communications would make the future an exciting and vibrant place for everyone. This notion manifested itself in Walt’s ultimate dream: his planned community, EPCOT (Experimental Prototype Community Of Tomorrow), which was to be part of the company’s Florida Project, which became Walt Disney World.

One attraction in particular – Horizons – encapsulated Walt’s ideas like no other. Although Horizons closed nearly 15 years ago, a rabid cult following (including yours truly) still professes deep affection for the ride.

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