Going to Disneyland certainly never gets old, but it’s always nice when the Disney Imagineers and merchandising team find new ways to enliven a visit to the Happiest Place On Earth. This past spring’s Haunted Mansion subscription service Ghost Post, for example, gave a limited number of park attendees a fun and unique chance to interact with attractions and little-traveled areas of the park.
Now Disneyland has launched PinQuest, which started last month at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World, and is now running at Disneyland in Southern California.
I took a trip down to Disneyland on the first day of PinQuest’s availability, and documented my adventure. Needless to say it was a lot of fun. Check out the video and photos below for a full accounting of the day’s quest. (WARNING: Spoilers ahead, so anyone who wants to keep the mysteries fresh should only watch the very beginning.)
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At a total cost of about $80.00 (including all clues and pins) Disney PinQuest is a little steep for casual adventurers, but for avid Disney pin collectors and Disneyland completists, it’s probably a must.