The coronavirus outbreak has shut down large gatherings almost everywhere and, of course, that also includes the Disney parks across the world.
But, this hasn't stopped Disney-loving folks from recreating some of their favorite Disney parks' experiences at home!
And over the last several days, people have been sharing the creative ways they added a little Disney magic into their lives on Twitter with the hashtag #HomemadeDisney. Below are some of my favorites:
1.This person who recreated the Magic Kingdom's The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh...
2...and Disney's Expedition Everest (complete with the non-working yeti):
3.This person who faithfully recreated the Haunted Mansion's Stretching Room:
4.This person who recreated a meet-and-greet with Jack Skellington, along with a ride through the Haunted Mansion Holiday:
5.This person who recreated the entire experience of riding Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run (including getting the engineer role):
6.And this person who created their own Oga's Cantina at home:
7.This person who recreated Disneyland Hotel's Trader Sam's tiki bar:
8.This person who created their own small It's a Small World:
9.And these people who recreated a ride through It's a Small World throughout their house:
10.This person who made their own Main Street Electrical Parade:
11.These people who recreated their own Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: Breakout!
12.This person who created all of the Magic Kingdom's Tomorrowland as part of their PeopleMover recreation:
13.These people who did a great job of recreating all the elements of the Enchanted Tiki Room:
14.This person who created the Mad Tea Party for her kids:
15.These folks who turned their entire house into Epcot's Frozen Ever After:
16.This person who got the sounds and lighting of Space Mountain just right:
17.This person who really took off with their version of Soarin' Over California...
18....and went all out in recreating a trip to the Magic Kingdom (complete with MagicBand):
19.And finally, this person who accurately recreated what it's like to watch Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln: