The Disney100: The Exhibition ran from Feb. 18 through August 27 at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, was curated Becky Cline and members of the Disney Archives, who opened up the Disney vault and unveiled a boatload of Disney treasures for Disney fans to savor.
Call me old school. Or just call me old. Either way, I still get a kick out of Disney’s classic “dark rides” – those slow-moving, bare-bones attractions that last all of two or three minutes, but often require a wait time of an hour or more.
Decades-old photographs of Walt Disney World can bring back wonderful memories of the way things used to be in the Vacation Kingdom of the World. As an added bonus, for those who weren’t around in the 1980s and 1990s, it’s nice to see just what your parents and grandparents have been talking about all these years.
One of the most important tools used by the members of Walt Disney Imagineering in creating cutting-edge attractions and adventures is – believe it or not – hitting the road. A recent trip by a group of Disney Imagineers to New Orleans is just another example of the Imagineers' commitment to authenticity.