While I’m sad to see this go, I’m glad that they’re branching out to possibly include some of the newer properties in the park.
ummmm…never was home to the carousel of progress
Ummm… Yes it was. Carousel of Progress was the building’s original purpose.
Actually, the building used to be a futuristic restaurant. CoP wasn’t added until the mid-60’s after it’s debut at the worlds fair.
Katy, I don’t believe that is exactly correct. The space where Carousel of Progress was placed may have been a restaurant, but when Carousel came in 1967, it was in a brand new building. Disney tore down most of the 1955 Tomorrowland, and started from scratch (something I wish they’d do again). And I wouldn’t get your hopes up, anyone, for any radical changes. I think we’ll probably see more Marvel meet and greets on the top floor, and rumor is that the bottom floor will get a Disneyland history exhibit, which is something planned for but never built for Disneyland’s 50th. This is clearly not a great use of the building. If there were a popular show in there, they could see an hourly capacity of 3,500. That could mean a huge impact on Disneyland’s crowd situation on a crowded day. Disney really should build something good there to use the theater as it was intended to be used, or in some way other than as a walk-through.
Does anyone know if Captain America and Thor will have a meet and greet location in another area after March 30th? I really hope they won’t disappear along with Innoventions! 🙁
The Marvel characters have been relocated just outside innoventions around the corner from the Jedi Training Academy stage 🙂
More Marvel please have hulk and the flash and spiderman
It use to be America Sings and that is what it should have stayed as. I miss that ride.
Tammy, as cool as that ride sounded, it’s no wonder they closed it since it was gaining less attention, maybe because the story of Deborah Stone scared people off.
PLEASEEEEE BE MARVEL!!!
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