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This San Francisco museum holds secrets to Disneyland

The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco has insider knowledge of the happiest place on earth that even die-hard theme park fans likely missed.

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The failed Disneyland Park successor that beer helped kill

St. Louis wanted Disney for its downtown project Riverfront Square. What they got was a mess.

Miscellaneous | Disneyland History

9 real-life destinations that inspired Disneyland - The Points Guy

Walt Disney loved to travel — and many of those travels inspired the design of and attractions at Disneyland. Here are 9 destinations you can still visit today.

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'Wokest Place On Earth' Disneyland Cuts Walt Disney’s Speech From Its Anniversary Celebration

The Disneyland Resort turned 67 on Sunday and had the usual bells and whistles to usher in another year, except for one noticeable omission: the Happiest Place on Earth left out its founder’s sp...

Entertainment | Film

When Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney Teamed Up to Make a Film

In 1945, Salvador Dalí and Disney set out to make a film together. Three months later, Disney scrapped the whole thing.

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Walt And Roy Disney’s First Home In Los Angeles Being Restored

The Charlotte and Robert Disney House at 4406 West Kingswell Avenue in the Los Feliz area is being renovated and is designated a Los Angeles Historical Cultural Monument. It was the first Los Angel…

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Walt Disney, Space, and The Right Stuff

Disney culture is filled with interesting coincidences, inspirations, and connections—one of the most remarkable and surprising is the influence of Walt Disney himself on the U.S. space program. That stimulus certainly raised public awareness and

Miscellaneous | Disneyland History

These Vintage Disneyland Photos Will Let You See the Park Through Walt's Eyes | Travel Leisure

You can’t build a time machine to visit Disneyland’s opening day, but "Walt Disney’s Disneyland," the new Taschen book by Chris Nichols, details

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A Rare Peek Inside Walt Disney's Fairy Tale Home

Walt Disney's private home in the hills of Los Feliz on the eastside of Los Angeles evokes the animation mogul’s classic fairy tales. Built by Disney studio craftsmen for only $50,000, Disney lived there with his wife and two daughters from 1932 to 1950

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How World War II Changed Walt Disney | TIME

How two crises— a crippling strike and the Second World War— changed the Disney studio (and Walt himself) forever

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Dick Van Dyke ‘Steps in Time’ in ‘Mary Poppins’ tribute | fox8.com

On Sunday night, ABC paid tribute to all things Disney with "The Wonderful World of Disney: Disneyland 60."

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18 Wonderful And Rare Color Photos Of Disneyland In 1955

These magical vintage pictures of Disneyland, during its first year, will make you wish you had a time machine...

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Griffith Park's Lesser-Known Wonders | Excursions | Travel | KCET

Beat the crowds by visiting these unexpected landmarks, where secrets and mysteries abound.

Advice & Self-Help | Education

When Walt Disney Opened an Elementary School | Mental Floss

Thanks to the itinerary, the kids knew exactly when he’d be arriving: 3:15 p.m. There were signs and banners and drawings of Mickey Mouse sticking up from the sea of diminutive bodies waiting by the train station. Seven thousand people in total huddled around the tracks.

Business & Finance | Business

12 Moving Facts About Walt Disney That Will Inspire You to Succeed | Inc.com

You don't know Disney, unless you know these facts about his entrepreneurial career.

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The Disneyland TV Show Debuted 60 Years Ago Today

Sixty years ago today, on October 27, 1954, the Disneyland TV show debuted on ABC. The show actually existed before the theme park opened in Anaheim, California on July 17, 1955 and was in effect an advertisement for the park. But oh, what a glorious adve