Monday, May 20, 2013

Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia

When Walt Disney World opened in 1971, there was only 1 park - the Magic Kingdom.  Entrance into the park was $3.50 for adults/$1.00 for children - and included no rides.

Did you know:
Rides were available for different prices, based on their level of interest, from A-E tickets.  Today, we consider the "E" ticket attractions to be the mountains, but as their were none on opening day (Space Mountain opened in 1975).

A tickets included: The Main Street Vehicles, Omnibus, and Cinderella's Golden Caroussel

B tickets included: Swiss Family Treehouse, Main Street Cinema

C tickets included: Dumbo, Peter Pan's Flight, Mad Tea Party

D tickets included: Skyway, The Hall of Presidents (can you imagine!?)

E tickets included: The Haunted Mansion, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

And, with this trivia, I'm giving away a set of WDW Vinyl Magnets shaped like the original park tickets!

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  1. So glad we don't have to pay per ride anymore! Can you imagine? Thanks for hosting this week & for the great giveaway!

  2. Love the tickets, great giveaway! Thanks for sharing your trivia.

  3. We have one of the 'C' tickets from when my parents went when it opened. :)

  4. I have a partial set of tickets from 1978 and 1979! Those magnets are really cool!