Today in Disney Parks & Resorts History

Disneyland:  October 6, 1989
A brand-new, state of the art marquee, complete with digital readerboard is unveiled at the entrance to Disneyland‘s parking lot at Harbor Boulevard.   The new sign is 50 percent taller than its predecessor, the original sign first errected in 1958

Disneyland:  October 6, 2002
Disney’s California Adventure opens an all-new land, A Bug’s Land, designed especially for small children, inspired by
the Disney/Pixar movie “A Bug’s Life”.  Attractions include Flik’s Flyers, Tuck and Roll’s Drive’Em Buggies and Heimlich’s Chew-Chew.  The new land is an extension of the original Bountiful Valley Farm area, which has been home to the 3D film adventure, “It’s Tough to be a Bug” since the park opened in February 2001.

One thought to “Today in Disney Parks & Resorts History”

  1. I might be in the minority, but A Bug’s Life remains the only Pixar film I don’t like. It just does nothing for me. Consequently, I don’t really go for the attractions, either.

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