Yesterday we ran around just about every square inch of Disneyland so today we’re sharing pictures from our touring trip with some out-of-town family. During the trip we snuck in a few moments to grab some more newsy shots which we now present to you!
On Main Street, a new Enchanted Window debuted at the Emporium featuring Cinderella. Plus, we finally get into Disneyana for a look at the new Drawing Disneyland: The Early Years exhibit. Plus, a new Diamond Celebration Photo Spot debuted at the Big Thunder Ranch giving you the chance for a postcard worthy shot aboard an out of control mine train!
Plus, we also got some “different” views of the new #Disneyland60 entertainment including PAINT THE NIGHT from Small World Mall and DISNEYALND FOREVER from the Rivers of America!
Tomorrowland Movie Sneak is gone.
New #Disneyland60 PhotoPass.
Cinderella Enchanted Window
The second of the new Enchanted Windows at the Main Street Emporium has debuted. It features the garden scene where the Fairy Godmother transforms Cinderella’s rags into the beautiful blue ballgown. The entire window flips around to reveal the ballroom scene where Cindy and her prince dance the night away.
“Drawing Disneyland: The Early Years” exhibit
At the Main Street Opera House, the a new exhibit paying tribute to old drawings, sketches, and concept art for Disneyland is on display. The exhibit calls out four people instrumental in the creation of many of the illustrations that would end up having lasting impact on the park landscape.
Four people instrumental in Disneyland’s visual direction: John Hench, Harper Goff, Sam McKim, and Harry Johnson.
A look at the artwork…
A look at merchandise to help empty your wallet…
New Diamond Celebration photo spot for Big Thunder Mountain.
And now some shots with character…
Disneyland 60 logo on receipts.
Hidden Mickey at lunch.
Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters FastPass returned for some reason.
Buzz FastPass takes over the last two Star Tours machines. It’s a separate line so make sure you stand in the right one!
Innoventions continues to have pieces torn off of it.
Space Mountain 101, the natives grow restless. No Tomorrowland preview nextdoor either.
Now let’s run around the park. Mickey’s ToonTown!
Children of the corn.
Off to nowhere in particular.
Critter Country sign is back.
New Orleans Square sunset.
Davy Jones was out of focus.
Nighttime at Disneyland
We watched the 9pm FANTASMIC! and stayed for the DISNEYLAND FOREVER right from the Rivers of America. It’s a nice alternative to watching it from Main Street. The Fantasmic mist screens are used for virtually all the same projections on Main Street. Plus, the Frozen segment is augmented with cinammon-scented snow and a few pyro pieces as well.
Following Fantasmic, we hopped to Small World Mall where spots were aplenty for the 11:00pm PAINT THE NIGHT parade!
Looks like Duffy remains in the nursery.
Sleeping Beauty Castle
We’ll end with some more Sleeping Beauty Castle!
At the stroke of 12, the spell will be broken!