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The Disneyland of Tomorrow, 50 years into the Future

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  • The Disneyland of Tomorrow, 50 years into the Future

    Did you ever think or stop to wonder what Disneyland might look like in 50 years? What will the 100th anniversary celibration be like? What atractions we know and love today will no longer be seen on park maps? What new atractions will delight us? What atractions will open after the 50th, but disappear before the 100th? How much will it cost to enter?

    If changing these details was up to you, how would you change it?

    Reply when ready!:ap:

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    Re: The Disneyland of Tomorrow, 50 years into the Future

    Thoughts?

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    • #3
      Re: The Disneyland of Tomorrow, 50 years into the Future

      I think Pooh will be gone.

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      • #4
        Re: The Disneyland of Tomorrow, 50 years into the Future

        and there will be a third (possibly fourth park), as the acquisition of Pixar in 2006 tripled the income of the Disney Company which gave money to the parks...well you can hope.

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        • #5
          Re: The Disneyland of Tomorrow, 50 years into the Future

          Sadly, Innoventions might still be there with Best Buy technologies circa 1998 and a 2 minute wait...

          Originally posted by pancakesaregood
          I think Pooh will be gone.





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          • #6
            Re: The Disneyland of Tomorrow, 50 years into the Future

            Originally posted by fastpassmountain
            Sadly, Innoventions might still be there with Best Buy technologies circa 1998 and a 2 minute wait...
            Innoventions is popular in the future.

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            • #7
              Re: The Disneyland of Tomorrow, 50 years into the Future

              We know it will still be around as in Babylon 5 the Chief Security Officer mentioned he was vacationing at "DisneyPlanet" Theme Park.)
              Peter Pan Forever!!! I Will Never Grow Up.

              Thank You Poisonedapples

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