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.
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.