Unfortunately, the Opera House is one of those locations that will never pull in big numbers - so whether Lincoln or 50 Magical Years stay, the majority of guests wouldn't notice or care.
My vote would be to keep 50 Magical Years, or something similar to the concept after the 18 month celebration. I have honestly dragged every friend and family member over and over again to see this attraction and they have all enjoyed the pre-show art and the film. I barely could get anybody to see the Journey To Gettsyberg show with me.
LOL I like how someone mentioned putting Philarmagic in the Opera House - why not?
I have it on good authority that once 50 Magical Years ends its run a new attraction will open in the Opera House.
Entitled Disney's California Adventure: The First 5 Magical Years, it will feature a film staring Pee Wee Herman and Mr. Incredilble in a salute to the creative genious that brought this dream to a reality.
There were two displays, one was Walt's office and there was another window on the right of that one which I cant remember what was in it. I heard it went to WDW.
Walt Disney had 2 offices, an formal office and a working office and both of them were displayed at Disneyland. For Walt Disney's 100 B-day in 2001 WDW borrowed one for their celebration. I don't remember which one WDW has. Does anyone else have more info?
In the summer of 1996, there was a special exhibit in Disneyland called the Animation Celebration. It contained a host of special displays on the history of Disney animation, with lots of cels, drawings, and concept art. However, one special part of the exhibit was the recreation of Walt's two offices in the Studio.