What's going on inside the lobby of the Opera House? One quarter of the large room you enter into is walled off. Inside of this area is where they displayed the drawings of the first renditions of Disneyland. This area is across from the CM display and next to the window that talks about Alice in Wonderland.
There is no wallpaper on this wall, it is just plain drywall painted gray with a more or less fancy baseboard. There is a plain door with a generic and modern looking metal handle that opens into this room (although it was closed and locked).
I don't know if this is permanent and Disney is just being cheap or if it is temporary and it will come down once they are done with whatever they are doing there. If anyone knows what is going on here, that would be much appreciated.