(Yes the bad grammar is intentional)
Theres a thread here of the worst mistakes Disney made in the 90s, and while we can all come up with an awesome laundry list of mistakes Disney has made... I thought it would be fun to consider the best things they've done or come up with. So I'll give mine and maybe someone else will add theirs as well.
Rules: It can be anything. A Ride, Parade, Policy, Isolated Moment, whatever you want. Just in your opinion... WHAT ARE THE 10 BEST THINGS DISNEYLAND EVER DID EVER
10. Built a Berm: Kept the real world out, and the magic in.
9. The Matterhorn Bobsleds: Proved a thrill ride could be intensely themed
8. The Electrical Parade: Simple in construction, Innovative in execution
7. Pirate's Animatronics: Lincoln may have been the first AA, but Pirates really showed what they could do.
6. The 50th Anniversary: Sparked a renaissance in restoring Disneyland to its former glory, proved that big spending could turn in big profits.
5. Patented Fireworks: Nowhere else can you see fireworks quite like the ones at Disneyland...... unless your in disneyworld.
4. The Dapper Dans: They were there when your grandparents visted the park, and they'll be there when your grandkids visit.
3. Mouse Ears: It began as merchandise for the Mickey Mouse club. Now they're a right of passage for first time visitors, and mandatory for anyone who claims to enjoy the park. Perhaps the most iconic souvineer in history.
2. The Windows on Main Street. One of the most charming and touching honors anyone could get. Honorees go from creating and maintaining the magic, to becoming part of it.
1. The Indiana Jones Adventure. The best example of what Disneyland is all about. Immersive theming, Unique tech, and a clear story told.
California Adventure: Though much maligned, the park helped turn Disneyland as a one day park, into a resort, bringing in more out of state tourists, and putting more money back into the park.
The Golden Horseshoe Revue: A classic show that made the record books.
Mr. Toad's Wild Ride: Most children today don't even know the story, but the ride is solid enough to remain a Fantasyland favorite. The same could be said for Splash Mountain.