“What I want Disneyland to
the most of all is a happy place
place where adults and children
experience together some of the
wonders of life. Of adventure,
feel better because of it. ”
Disneyland is a thousand different impressions – from a space
to a castle – a carrousel calliope to a jazz band. It’s flovers
fireworks, popcorn and ice cream. And it’s the sounds of laughter and
sight of smiling faces – sights and sounds which you’ll remember long
your day in the land of the young and happy at heart is over.
Main Street, U.S.A.
Walk past the famous floral Mickey at the Main Entrance and
small town way of life from America’s past. On Main Street, U.S.A.,
see sights and sounds from a time when life was as leisurely as a ride
Horse-drawn Street Car and as innocent as the antics of a silent
ster. Browse in the turn-of-the-centuy Emporium or ride the
Disneyland Railroad. From the color and music of a hometown parade to
nostalgic flavor of an old-fashioned treat, you'’l experience the joy
recalling fond memories while you create new ones on Main Street,
both sides of the street are always sunny.
Whether your visions of sugarplums include lollipops or
chocolates, your sweet toot is right at home on Main street where
come flavored with favorite childhood memories.
A fruit vendor’s cart displays fresh,crisp wares while flovers
eveywhere. The saxophone band entertains on street corners and a
band makes you tap your toes. Every sight and sound on Main Street
guaranteed to make you fell “red, white, and blue ” all over!
Entertainment on Main Street comes in lots of shapes, sizes,
and smiles. Disney cartoons at the Main Stret Cinema serve up
helpings of laughter, while shops like the Crystal Arcade offer
to treasure. Or learn a magic trick or two at the Main Street Magic
Just remember – on Main Street fun comes the old-fashioned way – you
One day Walt Disney had a vision. It was a vision of a place where
children and parents could have fun together. The more Walt dreamed of a
"magical park," the more imaginative and elaborate it became.
The original plans for the park were on 8 acres next to the Burbank
studios where his employees and families could go to relax. Although,
World War II put those plans on hold. During the war, Walt had time to
come up with new ideas, and creations for his magical park. It was soon
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