Your Guide to Disneyland: Fall/Winter (1966)

This 1966 Your Guide to Disneyland booklet (Fall/Winter edition), produced by the Insurance Company of North America (INA), was distributed complimentary to park guests from the “Carefree Corner” area of Main Street, U.S.A.

The guide contains a comprehensive look at park services, attractions, dining, shopping, entertainment, and exhibits, and includes the following updates from the park’s Summer 1965 offerings, the most significant being the closure of most of Tomorrowland for its long-overdue overhaul.

ATTRACTIONS:

Deletions: 20,000 Leagues Exhibit (Tomorrowland); Art of Animation (Tomorrowland); Tomorrowland Jets (Tomorrowland); Douglas Rocket to the Moon (Tomorrowland); Flying Saucers (Tomorrowland)

FREE SHOWS & EXHIBITS:

Additions: Sunsweet Growers (Main Street USA); Bell System Picturephone (Tomorrowland)

Deletions: Monsanto Hall of Chemistry (Tomorrowland); Bell Telephone’s “America the Beautiful” (Tomorrowland); Flight Circle (Tomorrowland)

DINING:

Additions: The Mint Julep Bar (New Orleans Square)

Deletions: The Blue Bayou Restaurant (New Orleans Square) is again listed, but with the caveat “Coming Soon”; Space Bar (Tomorrowland); Yacht Bar (Tomorrowland)

SHOPPING:

Additions: Flower Shop (New Orleans Square); Frontierland Camera Shop (Frontierland); Caricatures (Fantasyland)

Deletions: Flower Stall (New Orleans Square); Hat Shop (New Orleans Square); Fun Fotos (Tomorrowland); Art Corner (Tomorrowland); Caricatures (Tomorrowland)

This 1966-Fall/Winter version of INA’s Your Guide to Disneyland provides a detailed look at a typical day in the “Happiest Place on Earth,” and was the last produced in Walt’s lifetime.

VALUE: $15

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