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Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Walt Disney: One Man's Dream


Today I'm delighted to share a little Disney magic from an often overlooked and under appreciated attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney:  One Man's Dream.  It's chock-full of artifacts from Walt Disney's life, historical Disney treasures, fantastic facts, and at the end of the gallery, a 15-minute movie that tells the story of the man and his mouse that began it all!  

If you haven't explored this attraction, I hope this post will inspire you to do so during your next trip to "the World".  If you have, perhaps you passed a few of the items I'm sharing today without taking the time to give them a closer look.  In any case, I hope you enjoy this stroll through Disney history!
































































































I caught so much glare in these snapshots that the swirl pattern of the carpet is reflected in every photo, yet I thought this trunk was too cool not to include.

































The Legacy Continues...


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8 comments:

  1. Being history fans, my family loved this attraction! Ave was SO excited to see the jetpack from Rocketeer! :) Thanks for sharing this somewhat under appreciated attraction! :)

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  2. One of my absolute favorite Disney park things is looking at photos of the parks being built and photos from when they first opened. I don't know what it is (maybe my History major?? lol) but I just love looking at what Disneyland and Walt Disney World came from and the stories behind it all!

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  3. Your posts make me want to go so badly! I can't wait to take our future kids there one day! Hope you are having a great week pretty lady!! xoxo

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  4. I love living through your vacations!

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  5. his office looks exactly like the one in the movie saving mr banks, how cool!

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  6. oh man, this one had me tearing up. I looove Disney history. I think I've been through this but not for many years...I don't remember any of it actually. I have a thing for steam trunks, I have an old one given to my papa for an Italian man he did carpentry work for. I love it to pieces. I'd adore a collection. Maybe they'd give me Walt's?? haha, not likely!

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  7. Oh I love Disney, Can't wait to take our sweetie pie:)
    Mariel Collins
    Living For His Glory
    livingforhisglory2@gmail.com

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  8. This is way cool! I love those old stuffed animals. I'm thinking I might plan a trip to San Francisco this year to go to the Disney family's museum there. Wish I could take you along!

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