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New Lucky Fortune Cookery: Fact Sheet – The colorful new Lucky Fortune Cookery, debuting Friday, Sept. 4, 2009, is the newest addition to the variety of dining options at Disney California Adventure park.  Located in the Pacific Wharf section of the park, Lucky Fortune Cookery offers guests the opportunity to create their own Asian Rice Bowl meals and enjoy them in an ...
‘Fantasmic’: Fun Facts – Show Extended With Spectacular Fire-Breathing Dragon A spectacular new dragon joins “Fantasmic!,” stretching as high as 45 feet tall and breathing great plumes of fire on the Rivers of America at Disneyland. Performances of the show have been extended nightly through Sept. 7, and will continue weekends – Friday, Saturday, Sunday – as well as ...
Disney’s FASTPASS: Fact Sheet – Disney’s FASTPASS, in use at Disneyland Resort since 1999, is a virtual queuing program for certain popular attractions, a service that allows guests at Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure to receive a voucher listing a computer-assigned boarding time. The popular program was first used during the 1999 holiday season on “it’s a small world” Holiday. ...
Disney’s Grand California Hotel & Spa: Fact Sheet –   ANAHEIM, Calif.  Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa is a luxury retreat with a theme and architectural style reminiscent of the California Arts & Crafts era at the turn of the 20th century.  Conveniently located in the center of the Disneyland Resort, Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa offers supreme accommodations and amenities to ...
Pirates of the Caribbean: Fun Facts – Original Version of Attraction Steeped in Back-Story and Trivia Since its debut at Disneyland in California in 1967 the rollicking fun of Walt Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean adventure has thrilled guests from around the world. It is an immersive and engaging entertainment experience steeped in detail. Here are just a few of the fun ...
Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage: Fun Facts – In 2008, Disneyland “re-commissioned” its fleet of eight submarines to take guests on an all-new voyage to the site of an erupting underwater volcano. Along the way guests meet up with all the characters from the Disney•Pixar hit film “Finding Nemo.” The original Disneyland Submarine Voyage debuted in 1959 along with the Matterhorn Bobsleds and Monorail ...
Matterhorn Mountain & Bobsleds: Fun Facts – A Disneyland icon since 1959, the Matterhorn was part of the first major expansion to take place at Disneyland since the park’s debut in 1955. The Matterhorn Bobsleds attraction opened to the public, complete with a live nationwide television special, on June 14, 1959. Also premiering that day were the Disneyland Monorail and the Submarine ...
A Biography of Walt Disney, the Creator of Disneyland –   During a 43-year Hollywood career, which spanned the development of the motion picture medium as a modern American art, Walter Elias Disney, a modern Aesop, established himself and his product as a genuine part of Americana. David Low, the late British political cartoonist, called Disney “the most significant figure in graphic arts since Leonardo.” ...
King Arthur Carrousel: Fact Sheet – Back in 1955, when Walt Disney was erecting his dream park in a California orange grove, the visionary businessman spent $22,000 for the derelict merry-go-round that became King Arthur Carrousel.  Today, a collector easily could spend as much on a single well-restored horse or two. Disneyland itself spends far more than that every year just ...
‘it’s a small world’: Fun Facts – “it’s a small world” was originally conceived as an exhibit that would benefit UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund, at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair. Because UNICEF is dedicated to the welfare of children all over the world, the theme for “it’s a small world” became an international voyage celebrating the happy spirit of ...

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