Blue Sky Cellar’s Creation Station – What Is It?

On my recent visit to the Blue Sky Cellar in Disney California Adventure, I noticed something I’d never seen before – the Creation Station.

Blue Sky Cellar Creation Station

It’s a desk area tucked away on the right side of the Screening Room.  I stepped in to take a closer look. There’s a set of instructions : 1) Grab an Imagineering Training Guide;  2) Head out to study the lands and attractions for answers; 3) Return to Blue Sky Cellar and report back to a cast member for a prize.

Blue Sky Cellar Creation Station

There are two different “Training Guides.”  This one for ages 10 and over invites guests to take a look around Buena Vista Street and all of the details that tell a story there.

Imagineering Training Guide Ages 10 and Over

The other is for guests under 10 – this particular one is on Color Theory and how colors make you feel. It included information on color schemes that I was not aware of.

Imagineering Training Guide Ages 10 and Under

There was no Cast Member around, so I wasn’t able to find out what the prize might be.

It looks like a fun little activity.  Has anyone tried it?

By the way… the Blue Sky Cellar is still hosting the Pixar Pier exhibit, even though most of Pixar Pier is open.  The displays are unchanged, though the working model of the Incredicoaster Operator Console has been removed.  The final storyboard (which was an Avengers Super Heroes land tease) has been replaced with a few pieces of Galaxy’s Edge concept art.

Blue Sky Cellar Galaxy’s Edge Concept Art

From March 1-31, the Blue Sky Cellar will host  the Food and Wine Festival‘s AP Corner.

If you’ve tried this new Creation Station activity, leave us a comment below!

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Laura Gilbreath is a native of San Diego, CA. She has been making the trek up Interstate 5 to Disneyland since she was a small child and terrified of talking tikis and hitchhiking ghosts. She and her husband Lee enjoy trips to Disneyland and Walt Disney World, as well as sailings on the Disney Cruise Line.

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