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Tag Archives: main street
There is literally nothing sweeter on Main Street than the Candy Palace. Disneyland park candy maker Rob McHargue has worked in the park for 30 years and knows a thing about making candy. In this video, Rob tours us around … Continue reading
Believe it or not, I have fond memories of camping out in Disneyland’s Town Square for most of the day just to catch a semi-obstructed view of the train station while Michael York or some other celebrity narrated the traditional … Continue reading
When Walt Disney first opened Disneyland, they trained the horses to prepare for huge crowds by having them walk in a tent with loud noises blaring at them through speakers. The horses currently housed at Circle D Corral still go … Continue reading
The Welte Orchestrion has called the Main Street Penny Arcade home for decades. Originally it was modified to work with nickelodeon rolls and made into a coin operated machine. During the recent refurbishment of the Penny Arcade side of Main … Continue reading