If Walt came bak I think first he would be blown away. So much has changed with his parks he would be dumbfounded.
But what would he want to see? I think there are two things that would capture his attention.
First, all the technology would get his attention and keep it too. He could spend months looking at what technology had become and what it can do.
Second, his heart would draw him to the parks and the guests. I don think he could fully encompass what his parks have become, how much they are enjoyed and how many people care about them enough to enjoy them as they do. Watching him view the lines, rope drop and all the guests dressed head to toe in Disney gear would make him melt.
I think he would feel so proud that his little cartoons have done so much and brought so much happiness to millions. As a creator and owner he would Definately feel deep personal pride with that.
Whether there was wine attraction he would most want to see, I don't know but the all encompassing view of what his vision has become would make him smile.
The first place I'd take Walt would be to the Great Moments With Mr. Lincoln lobby to watch the First 50 Years video. It would be like giving him a preview of what to expect. After that I'd take him to NOS since it was his last big project and it would be fun to show him how it turned out and Adventureland because it's my favorite land and I'd love to see his reaction to Indiana Jones having an entire temple for a queue.
I think he would be surprised that the park was as much like he had it in his day. He changed quite a bit in the 10 years he had the park. To see it almost 60 years old and still having some of the same attractions would probably surprise and maybe disappoint.
But what would I like to show him? I think that the attractions that he had a part in but did not get to see, so I would like to show him Pirate, HM, and Space Mountain.
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