Friday, April 29, 2011

What is in store for Beuna Vista Street

If you have been to Disney California Adventure recently, you might have noticed some walls coming up in the entrance. This is for the new Beuna Vista Street entrance. The main entrance has been walled up and you can see molding for the new turnstiles. These are going to resemble the Pan Pacific with its Art Deco design and teal blue color. As you go in, you are going to be in a 1920's LA, when Walt Disney first got there with his newest creation, Mickey Mouse. The Pacific Electric Red Car line will be going back and forth between the entrance and the newly renamed Hollywoodland. The shops will be references to old Disney Characters and shorts, such as Clarabelle's Ice Cream Parlor and Oswald's Filling Station. There will also be tributes to Walt, such as Elias and Company Department store, as well as a statue like the Partners Statue in Disneyland. that shows a young Walt and a young Mickey looking in on the scene. At the end of the street will be the Carthay Circle Theater, which is the theater that Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs premiered at. It hasn't been announced what will be inside just yet, but they have thrown around ideas such as a member only restaurant, like Club 33, or something like One Man's Dream at Hollywood Studios in Florida. All in all it will be a very ornate and beautiful entrance to a park.

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