National Treasures at American Adventure

The mini-museum attached to the lobby at American Adventure has undergone a medium refurbishment. About 70% is new, with items from Mark Twain and Thomas Edison prominently displayed.

My favorite part is that they now use this space to explain the larger animatronic show. For example, the flute-playing astronaut is not identified in the film montage finale, but he gets a panel here (he’s the first Native American in space). I especially liked the explanation of Will Rogers as the intended third narrator, a fact I’d read before but it’s always nice to see given attention in the parks.

Now if they could just proofread more carefully! Unnecessary commas littered more than one of the new panels.

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  2. That first panel is a grammatical nightmare! Excess commas, missing “and”s and “the”s, the always-irritating “daylight savings time” … I’ve seen some doozies around the parks lately, but nothing this riddled with mistakes.

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