I was just watching an old special about Disneyland: "People and Places". It got to me, how very different Disneyland looks these days. In the early days there were far fewer rides (duh!), but in their place, it seems, were other experience of atmosphere and theming. The Indian Village and such. Is just just me, or are these sort of things pretty much gone now?
The video made Disneyland look more like a museum to me, and I liekd what I saw. These days, it's just rides, rides, rides everywhere. Do modern audiences just not enjoy simpler things anymore? Or what could be the problem? Is Disneyland better of with more and more rides? To me, 21st century Disneyland looks more like a heavily themed amusement park, with it's main attractions being the rides, instead of being a theme park, with it's attraction being experiences and transporting people to different places. What do you think, could Disneyland use less rides and more authentic experiences, or do people today not accept things like the mule rides anymore?