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  • [Fun] Describe your dream Disney park

    Mine would have 12 lands!

    MAIN STREET: Same as the one in Disneyland Anaheim, but with "The Walt Disney Story" and a Walt Disney museum next to it. Original shops pre-Pressler-era. Train encircling park including dioramas.

    LIBERTY SQUARE: Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln, Hall of Presidents, American Adventure, and a walk-through mystery attraction based on the "National Treasure" films. "America the Beautiful" in Circarama 360.

    ADVENTURELAND: Tiki Room, Jungle Cruise, Indiana Jones, Swiss Family Treehouse, and a walk-through Jungle Book attraction. Nightly drum circle.

    NEW ORLEANS SQUARE: Pirates of the Caribbean, Haunted Mansion, original shops including perfume and glassblower, larger jazz theater/restaurant, Dixieland band, jazz headliners

    CRITTER COUNTRY: Tree of Life, Splash Mountain, major attraction based on "The Lion King," safari ride through area of live animals, Grizzly River Rapids, Country Bear Jamboree

    WONDERS OF THE WORLD: Ride-thru attraction of scenes from U.S. national parks, The Living Seas, Soarin' over world sights, Expedition Denali, World of Color show at night.

    FRONTIERLAND: Rivers of America, Tom Sawyer Island, Mine Train thru Nature's Wonderland, Mark Twain Riverboat, Columbia, Canoes, Keel boats, Golden Horseshoe, Western River Expedition, Thunder Mesa, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Fantasmic! show at night.

    FUTURE LAND: Universe of Energy pavilion, Living with the Land, PeopleMover, Horizons, Carousel of Progress, Monorail, Submarines, Test Track, Exhibits of sustainable agriculture and renewable energy, New E-ticket ride based on WALL-E. "It's A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow" show nightly.

    SPACE PLACE: Spaceship Earth, Mission: Space, Rocket Jets, Adventure thru Inner Space, Universe of Energy, new E-ticket-level ride based on 2001: A Space Odyssey. Astronomy pavilion. UFO landing show nightly.

    WORLD SHOWCASE: Pavilions from participating countries, Native American land with exhibits, Indigenous People's pavilion, sales of native-made goods, indigenous-made goods, daily powwow and events. It's A Small World. Illuminations show at night.

    FANTASYLAND: Sleeping Beauty Castle, Snow White, Pinocchio, Peter Pan, Mr. Toad, Alice in Wonderland, Carousel, Mad Tea Party, Dumbo, Storybookland, Pooh's Hunny Hunt, Matterhorn, new Boatopia, character greeting, Minnie's House, Mickey's House, major new e-ticket-level ride based on Fantasia, new Mary Poppins Theater with live performance of Mary Poppins show

    LAND OF ENTERTAINMENT: Mickey's PhilharMagic, Rock-N-Roller Coaster, The Great Movie Ride, Hollywood Tower of Terror, California Screamin', Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin, It's Tough to Be a Bug, Toy Story Mania, Star Tours, Jedi training, large outdoor concert theater, nightly fireworks show.

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    Re: Describe your dream Disney park

    A place where there is detail everywhere you look, the theming is beyond incredible, and features a great variety of both character and original attractions....

    ...oh wait, that is called Tokyo DisneySea.

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    • #3
      Re: Describe your dream Disney park

      My dream Disney park doesn't need much of an explanation.

      Disneyland circa 1989 kinda says it all for me.
      "The old man's gonna knock on the sky. Listen to the sound."

      AP'er since 2004. Yup.....I'm one of THEM.

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      • #4
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        ICe101, you stole my idea!!

        Simply put, DisneySea is as perfect as you can get. Doesn't feel childish, yet still feels like a Disney theme park, brilliantly themed rides and a great balance between thrill and fun/tamer rides, variety of restaurant choices, efficient friendly cast members, abundant events throughout the year (Halloween, Spring Carnivale, Harborside Christmas, etc) featuring tons of minishows and attractions, and two amazing shows that takes place on the water.

        The only thing missing is a good fireworks show, but that's nothing compared to what they already offer.

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        • #5
          Re: Describe your dream Disney park

          DisneySEA


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          • #6
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            I'm with the others on this, Tokyo DisneySEA.
            Please...don't call me simmer, call me Mike Folf.
            I am a Canis Lupus Vulpes Americanis Califius, otherwise known as a Californian Folf.


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            • #7
              Re: Describe your dream Disney park

              Originally posted by simmer View Post
              I'm with the others on this, Tokyo DisneySEA.
              As am I.

              Thematic cohesion, brilliant in depth story telling, a catalog of new and old E-tickets, beautiful vistas, entertainment, layers upon layers of theming. Wow. Just wow.

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              • #8
                Re: Describe your dream Disney park

                I'm not a big Disney Sea fan. And I know i'm in the minority. I'm very familiar with the theming & detail/entertainment/rides/etc.. but overall I don't see what the big deal is and I wouldn't classify it as perfect. My dream park - Disneyland (CA) as it is now, plus a bigger and better Tomorrowland and a couple more E-Tickets.
                - Adventure Is Waiting -

                "We're going to take you out of this world of reality for a visit to the most fantastic of all the worlds of fantasy." - Walt Disney

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                • #9
                  Re: Describe your dream Disney park

                  Why don't they build one here then?

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                  • #10
                    Re: Describe your dream Disney park

                    Originally posted by Bob Weaver View Post
                    Why don't they build one here then?
                    Because it would be subject to multiple budget cuts that it would bring it down to the bare minimum, and that there's no space for it in California.
                    Please...don't call me simmer, call me Mike Folf.
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                    • #11
                      Re: Describe your dream Disney park

                      Originally posted by Bob Weaver View Post
                      Why don't they build one here then?
                      1. The cost of 4+ billion, as I understand it, the OLC went public to finance it's constuction. The WDC probably won't be shelling out that kind of cash on a themepark.
                      2. There's simply no space. The place isn't Epcot in scale, but at ≈120 acres, it is too big to be simply be copied in Anaheim.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Describe your dream Disney park

                        Originally posted by Theophilus Carter View Post
                        There's simply no space. The place isn't Epcot in scale, but at ≈120 acres, it is too big to be simply be copied in Anaheim.
                        And even though you could build it in Florida, well, see #1 on his post. As well as the two most recent parks in WDW.
                        Please...don't call me simmer, call me Mike Folf.
                        I am a Canis Lupus Vulpes Americanis Califius, otherwise known as a Californian Folf.


                        "Cool shades, Mike!"

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                        • #13
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                          Basiclly, it's called Tomorrowland:The theme park(Each land will be called something like {insert an exampe} Tomorrow)it would be on scale of MK, but times 5.:

                          Yesterday's Tomorrow:the Main Street of the park.

                          The hub of the Present:the circle where you chose your own future.(around the hub, there would be statues of robots, each one repesenting each land.)

                          Steam Tomorrow:the Adventureland of the park. Home to Captain Nemo and his Island of Mystery.

                          Fantastic Tomorrow:the Fonterland of the park. Home to ATIS(now called Cosimc Journeys), Star Tours 2, Space Mountain and others.

                          Bright Tomorrow: the Tomorrowland of the park. Home to Walt Disney's Carousel Of Progress, Horizons, Mission: SPACE and others.

                          Silly Tomorrow:the Fantasyland of the park. Home to BLAB, SGE, MILF and others.

                          Dark Tomorrow: the New Orleans Sqaure of the park. Home to AE, a varant of TOT and a "Haunted Mansion" of sorts, called "Mortimer Space Station 69."

                          Incircling the park, tranportation would include: a "DLRR" type of train, the monorail, the peoplemover(but it's much bigger and inclosed), for high speeds, Rocket Rods and others.

                          That's a really big idea, but I wold like to hear your thoughts on it(Bad or Good, I am ok if it does not work out.)

                          Timekeeper.
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                          • #14
                            Re: Describe your dream Disney park

                            Every land or park ever made or announced, even rumored in any Disney Park, all stuffed into one!

                            Not to mention the addition of a few:

                            -Pirateland (Pirate rides, shows, shops, and restaurants)
                            -Movieland (Newer movie dark rides like Up, Bolt, etc. could be made here)

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                            • #15
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                              I'll tell ya my thoughts Tomorrow.

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                              • #16
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                                My dream disney park:
                                Well, i would keep it similar to how it stands today
                                except:
                                1) no lines for rides
                                2) Anything to do with High School Musical, Jonas Brothers and Hannah Montana would be removed.
                                Visiting Disneyland for the first time: December 2010


                                "The Greatest Place on Earth"

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                                  • #18
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                                    I'll take this in a slightly different direction by saying build a copy of DL Paris in Seattle so those of us up here could have a local Park to enjoy but is still very different from DLR so that park dosen't loose it's charm.
                                    Mike_M

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                                    • #19
                                      Re: Describe your dream Disney park

                                      DisneySea cost $4 billion?

                                      Hmmm... Disneyland cost $17 million to build in 1955... assuming a consumer price index conversion factor of .151, that's about $113 million in 2007 dollars. Dividing that in to 4 billion, that means that DisneySea cost 35 times what Disneyland cost to build. They could have built 35 of the 1955 Disneylands for what it cost to build DisneySea...

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                                      • #20
                                        Re: Describe your dream Disney park

                                        Originally posted by Bob Weaver View Post
                                        DisneySea cost $4 billion?

                                        Hmmm... Disneyland cost $17 million to build in 1955... assuming a consumer price index conversion factor of .151, that's about $113 million in 2007 dollars. Dividing that in to 4 billion, that means that DisneySea cost 35 times what Disneyland cost to build. They could have built 35 of the 1955 Disneylands for what it cost to build DisneySea...
                                        I don't think you could really build a 1955 version on DL today for $113 million. It would cost closer to half a billion probably. In any case, obviously TDS would cost many times what the original DL did. The level of infrastructure and size of that park are hardly comparable to DL in 1955.

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