Disneyland guests can see signs of work to accommodate the large crowds expected for the May 31 opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge all over the park. This work is part of a project called “Project Stardust,” which includes Sleeping Beauty Castle and the main hub of the park. Now, there are more outward “signs” of the work.
There’s a “new” old sign indicating you are entering Adventureland from the main hub.
But, Disneyland had to let guests know they were in Adventureland, so they pulled the Adventureland sign out of a warehouse that was near the Jungle Cruise attraction in the 1960s and 1970s and placed it at the entrance to the land temporarily.
Which sign do you prefer: the 1950s-’60s sign or the 1990-2019 sign? Let us know in the comments below!
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