When I was a kid, the idea of going to Disney World meant more than visiting a massive, ambitious theme park. It meant stepping into a magical land where I'd be able to experience things that I had only heard about while meeting my favorite characters.
And while I'm sure the rival Universal Studios park was a perfectly fun experience back in the '90s, it didn't quite have that almost mythological image to it.
That is, of course, until somebody there got the idea to start The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Although I've never been there myself, the way I've heard the Potter fans I know describe the experience reminded me a lot of the almost zealous way I once described Disney World.
So I can only imagine what they'd say if they experienced it during the upcoming holiday season.