Best Extinct Attraction at Disneyland Resort
When Disneyland opened in 1955, its Tomorrowland looked a world away from the land we recognize today. As the last of the park’s themed lands to be finished, Tomorrowland suffered the most from budget cuts and proprietary spending elsewhere. The first guests to visit would’ve recognized the land as a corporate showcase, with exhibits sponsored (and heavily branded) by Monsanto Company, American Motors, Dutch Boy Paint, and Richfield Oil to name just a few. At the time, the land’s “starring’ attractions during its first year might’ve been the Kaiser Aluminum Hall of Fame, Crane Bathroom of Tomorrow, Circarama, and a 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea walkthrough utilizing remnants from the 1954 film. It wasn’t even until the year after the park’s opening that it finally hosted the Astro Jets – passenger-controlled rockets circling in Dumbo style – and the Skyway to Fantasyland.