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Monday, December 15, 2014

Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom, Even More Magical At Christmastime

A sad day in Disney history. On December 15, 1966, Walt Disney died and an era ended. Let's salute Walt and his legacy by focusing on his Magic Kingdom, still magical after all these years. 2015, in fact, brings the Diamond Anniversary of Disneyland Park. As we remember the master Imagineer and chief architect of Disneyland, here is the 2014 holiday "guide map" (along with one for Disney California Adventure Park, both with the daily flyer with times for parades and other events, coincidentally dated December 5, Walt's birthday—the day I went to the resort this year, again coincidentally) to the place still known today as Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom.

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