In the coming weeks, we’ll be updating the Calendar on Walkee to include all of the holiday happenings at Disneyland. Check back to learn what’s in store this holiday season at the Disneyland Resort.
Remember this home in Tomorrowland at Disneyland? We found this great picture and thought you would enjoy reminiscing.
The “Home of the Future” dazzled guests from 1957 to 1967. Notice Sleeping Beauty Castle in the background.
“‘World of Color’ transforms the landscape of the Disneyland Resort and marks a major milestone in the expansion of Disney California Adventure. It’s a spectacular show that is distinctly Disney, and unlike any attraction we’ve created before. It will captivate our guests with an end-of-day experience that is exhilarating, emotional and highly memorable.
Disneyland celebrated its 55th birthday on Saturday, July 17. It was 55 years ago on July 17, 1955 when Walt lowered the draw bridge on Sleeping Beauty Castle and changed the meaning of family entertainment forever.
At 4:15 on a beautiful Saturday afternoon, cast members and guests gathered on Main St. to sing Happy Birthday to Disneyland.
Downtown Disney, an energetic avenue leading to the entrances of Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure, is a lively, colorful array of innovative restaurants, interesting shops and dynamic entertainment venues. With live entertainment, lush landscaping and innovative architecture, Downtown Disney is the ideal location for a shopping spree, a dining excursion or simply a stroll through a unique Disney environment.
MAGICAL’ CELEBRATION IN THE SKY–Disneyland Summer Nightastic! features the nightly fireworks show, “Magical,” built around some of the most beloved moments from Disney movies. Dumbo, the Flying Elephant, appears in the night sky, dancing through the air over Sleeping Beauty Castle. Tinker Bell takes her traditional flight over Sleeping Beauty Castle, waving her wand to start the show and beckon a cast of favorite Disney characters. (Paul Hiffmeyer/Disneyland)
Beautiful shot of World of Color at Disney’s California Adventure. 1,200 high powered fountains create projection screens of water 50′ high and 200′ long.