To kick off its 15th anniversary celebration, today Hong Kong Disneyland unveiled the transformation of Sleeping Beauty Castle into the Castle of Magical Dreams.[Read more…]
On Aug. 15 and 16, 2020, over 1,100 artifacts of Disney Parks history were sold at the “Disneyland: The First 65 Years” auction at Van Eaton Galleries in Sherman Oaks, Calif., including rare props, park-used signage and costumes, vintage souvenirs, attraction posters, and many other unique items.[Read more…]
Hong Kong Disneyland may be temporarily closed, but construction work has not stopped. Thanks to shots by Hong Kong Main Street Gazette on Instagram, we got these incredible views into the park. Along with working on construction projects like the “Castle of Magical Dreams,” the park has also been preparing to reopen.[Read more…]
Welcome to a new column for Attractions Magazine called “DePaoli on DeParks.” My name is Jeff DePaoli and for the past 6+ years, I’ve been the host and producer of the “Dizney Coast to Coast” podcast where I share my thoughts, along with my friends, about all things Disney in addition to interviewing Disney Legends and talent. In this new column, I’ll be sharing with you my thoughts and opinions on various theme park topics.[Read more…]
Sixty years ago today, one of the most famous Disney animated films was released in theaters: “Sleeping Beauty.”
After 64 years, Disneyland park is still a symbol of all things magical, and it takes a lot of work to keep it that way.