Back in May, Disney released a one-time-only, mystery-boxed collector’s memorabilia Park Pack that was aimed to “take you back to the opening day of Disneyland park on July 17, 1955.” The set (which was priced at $99) had a limited edition size of 1,200 and the contents of the mystery-boxed package was hinted to include “a mix of items ranging from sculptured replicas and medallions to paper collectibles.” Being the HUGE Disney (if you couldn’t tell from my MONTHLY Disney Parks trips or from the fact that 80% of the last 10 posts on this blog have been Disney themed) and blind box/mystery lover that I am, I knew I couldn’t pass this box up! Vintage-themed Disneyland merch? YES PLEASE! I’m so glad that Disney is expanding the Park Pack beyond just pins (you may remember my Disney Park Pack pin reviews from last summer!). Supposedly, Disney is releasing another non-pin Disney Park Pack in July that is Disney ear hat ornament themed (I can’t wait, I LOVE Disney ornaments/Disney themed Christmas stuff!).
The first thing in the Disneyland Memorabilia Park Pack was this beautiful bronze replica of Sleeping Beauty Castle. I’ve always wanted little mini replica’s of Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella Castle so I’m so glad I finally have one (and a super detailed one at that!).
“To all that come to this happy place: welcome. Disneyland is your land. Here age relives fond memories of the past, and here youth may savor the challenge and promise of the future.” That quote always makes smile! How awesome is that Disneyland Dedication Medallion (based on the dedication plaque at Disneyland)?
I’m a sucker for vintage ads so I was pleased to see this matted print of the advertisement for the television program that aired on ABC prior to Disneyland’s opening.
I’ve ALWAYS wanted a Disneyland pennant and now I have one (well, I have Disney pennant pins but that’s not the same!).
I’m usually not a fan of bumperstickers but I can definitely make an exception for vintage Disneyland bumperstickers!
The Disneyland Memorabilia Park Pack also included these cute representations of the press parking sticker and pass from opening day.
If you’ve ever checked out my monthly Disney Hauls, than you already know that I collect Disney maps. I was over the moon when I saw this reprint of the park map and brochure from 1955!
The final thing included in the Disneyland Memorabilia Park Pack were reprints of five postcards from Disneyland’s opening (my favorite is the illustration of Sleeping Beauty Castle!). I collect postcards (let’s face it, I collect almost everything) so I was super happy to get these!
All in all, I LOVED this Disneyland Memorabilia Park Pack and I can’t wait for the July’s mystery Park Pack!
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