These photos are from a trip backstage at the Haunted Mansion attraction. The way that Walt Disney Imagineers created the ghost effect throughout the classic Haunted Mansion attraction is by using mirrors and reflections to create a whispy effect on the ghost figures. In reality, the ghost figures are in one room with their reflections […]
“Ye come seekin’ adventure and salty ol’ pirates, eh?” Blue Bayou Restaurant Review Nestled within the corridors of New Orleans Square and built into the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, the Blue Bayou restaurant has been serving cajun creations to customers for the last forty-seven years. The restaurant opened on March 18, 1967 to meet […]
Hang on to them Hats and Glasses, ’cause this here’s the wildest ride in the wilderness! Disneyland’s Big Thunder Mountain railroad has been closed for more than fourteen months for what some called the longest renovation known to man. The opening date was recently announced, with previews being offered to Disneyland Cast Members and Annual […]
Located just inside of the entrance tunnel to Disneyland’s Fantasyland is a gold spike. This central gold spike is believed to be the absolute center of Disneyland. I shared a photo of the golden spike on our Facebook page and all of you were very interested in what the Disneyland gold spike really is. The central Disneyland […]
Matterhorn Has a Hidden Basketball Court
Disneyland’s Matterhorn has a secret basketball court in it’s peak. This fact is brought to you by the recently relaunched Disneyland Secrets Tumblr. More than 60 of these Disneyland secrets are already available for your enjoyment. Read them here.
If John Travolta can mess up Idina Menzel for Adele Dazeem hear how the other words of “Let it Go” would have been sung.
Disneyland played host to the fifth Dapper Day event on 2014 February 22 and 23. Dapper Day is an unofficial “fashionable gathering” held a couple of times a year at the Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts. Dapper Day turns back the clock to a time where people would only be seen out in public […]
This is perhaps my favorite cover of Disney’s “Let it Go” from the new film Frozen. Click Like below if you agree.
The Carthay Circle Restaurant is the most upscale in-park dining experience. Located in Disney California Adventure park, the Carthay Circle Restaurant is designed to look like the Carthay Circle Theater where Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs premiered. Inside of the restaurant you will find an upscale bar and lounge on the first floor […]
Included in this Earl of Sandwich Disneyland review is a look at the unique atmosphere and our sandwich recommendations. The Earl of Sandwich in Disneyland’s Downtown Disney District is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious meal–while not breaking the bank. The restaurant opened just over two years ago and continues to be a very […]
Today we have images of an absolutely beautiful girl named Drizella. She can be seen roaming the kingdom and wishing that she was on the throne instead of her step-sister Cinderella. One of the highlights of Disneyland’s parades are the unique character interactions that the characters have with people in the crowd. In these two […]
For most Disneyland fans, there is a lot of joy in finding hidden secrets about the park that we all love to visit. Today I present to you a very interesting fact about the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction in Disneyland. The skull that sits above the bed in the treasure room near the beginning […]
Hello again, I’m Disney fan-artist, Tony Sherg. My hobby is creating Disneyland posters for my favorite attractions and experiences. Today I would like to share with you the latest complete poster series that I have created entitled, “Dark Rides–A Disneyland Tradition.” The focus of this particular series is based upon the classic Disneyland dark rides that […]
Like everyone else, I rushed to the theater and saw Disney’s latest animated film Frozen on opening weekend. After the movie was over, my group of friends were saying things like “It was perfect”, “Fantastic”, and “best Disney movie ever.” In most cases when people see an animated movie like this, they only see what […]
The exclusive Disneyland Club 33 lies behind this non-descript door in New Orleans Square. Everyday at Disneyland, many people pass by this door either not knowing what it is or wishing they could go in. After the 1964 World’s Fair, Walt Disney wanted to bring some of the attractions that the Disney Imagineers had built back […]
Daniel Orlandi was the costume designer for the recent film Saving Mr. Banks. We were lucky enough to catch up with him at an event featuring his costumes. After our most recent Disneyland vacation, we headed to Palm Springs to play some golf, have fun in the pool, and catch up on tennis. It just […]
This Jungle Cruise skipper tries to explain to us why the water is green in the rivers of the Jungle Cruise. Even if it isn’t true, it sure is funny.
Anticipation is a double edge sword. On one side it gives a rush of emotions and something to look forward to. The other can leave you sad and disappointed. This is the norm for the average movie goer. You catch wind of a project and you begin building it up in your mind. The anticipation […]
Before my last trip to Disneyland, I had never tasted the magic that is a Disneyland Mickey Mouse Beignet. But now….they are my favorite Disneyland snack. (Well maybe second favorite, almost nothing beats a Dole Whip as I occasionally say in our newsletter.) The beignets are sold at the Mint Julep bar which is tucked in […]
Happy Holidays, everyone! This is Tony. I hope you are all having a lovely December and are looking forward to what the new year will bring. Today, I’m here to present my latest Disneyland Minimalist series of attraction posters entitled “A Disney Holiday.” This series is inspired by the timeless attractions and experiences at Disneyland […]
Disney’s new movie Saving Mr. Banks will be released into theaters on December 20. I am getting Supercalifredulistically excited to see the new movie that tells that story of Walt Disney’s attempts to get the film rights to Mary Poppins from the author P.L. Travers. Disney has really ramped up the publicity of this movie, […]