Check Out The Disney Gallery Presents: Disney 100 Years of Wonder Exhibit at Disneyland!
MickeyBlog is in Disney’s Southern California Theme Parks, for a special celebration. Check out these images from The Disney Gallery Presents: Disney100 Years of Wonder exhibit at Disneyland!
The Disney Gallery
This amazing spot often gets overlooked as Guests enter Disneyland’s gates! One of the first stops on Main Street, U.S.A., it contains incredible art exhibits showcasing Disney attractions, and icons!
It’s one of my favorite spots, and if you love art and animation, chances are, it’s one of yours too! The Disney Gallery is located between Disneyana and The Disneyland Story Presenting Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln.
The Disney Gallery Presents: Disney 100 Years of Wonder
Our MickeyBloggers are there, admiring a new exhibit inspired by Walt Disney’s vision for Disneyland. The Disney Gallery Presents: Disney 100 Years of Wonder gives Guests a look at stunning artwork, some of which was created by original Disney animators for early films!
Let’s go inside and take a look at this beautiful tribute to Disney!
The Disney100 Celebration is also referred to as Disney’s Platinum Celebration and Disney 100 Years of Wonder. This sign gives background information on how films lead to attractions, and attractions lead to films!
This display pays tribute to the Mine Train Through Nature’s Wonderland!
I love Disney maps, and this one gives a preview of new attractions in Disneyland in 1960!
Here’s some details about Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and the Rivers of America, that may surprise you!
This display pays tribute to Alice and Wonderland and Finding Nemo!
Check out the amazing artwork above!
This beloved animated film inspired two Disneyland attractions, the Mad Tea Party, aka the teacups, and Alice in Wonderland, one of my personal favorites!
Aren’t these images fantastic?!
Check out this tribute to Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage! This ride gets so much criticism but it’s also one of my all-time favorites!
Talk about an immersive experience! The original Submarine Voyage transformed into a Finding Nemo theme in 2007.
The display above features a special look at a fan favorite ride, Haunted Mansion. Check out these eerie sketches!
Who doesn’t love Pixar’s Cars movies?! Did you know that Disneyland Resort is the only place you’ll find Cars Land? It’s an amazing spot that makes you feel like you’re part of the movie!
I love seeing artwork like this, don’t you?!
The Avengers Campus is Disneyland’s newest land, located in California Adventure. It features two rides and a variety of Marvel characters.
Another one of my favorites, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge places you on another planet. There’s so much to see and do in Batuu!
Star Tours is a classic attraction beloved by fans!
Tomorrowland opened with Disneyland on July 17, 1955. Disneyland wouldn’t be the same without it!
Included in the collage above is concept art for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Mickey’s Toontown, Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, and Tiana’s Bayou Adventure!
This exhibit also features some cool scale models, including the Indian Elephant from Disneyland’s Jungle Cruise!
This one portrays the King of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland!
Last, we’ve got the King and Queen from the Graveyard scene in the Haunted Mansion attraction!
We hope you enjoyed this fantastic look at the Disney Gallery Presents: Disney 100 Years of Wonder exhibit at Disneyland! Stay tuned for more from the Disney100 Celebration!