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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Innoventions at Disneyland

I have to be honest with you. Normally I avoid Innoventions. Saw it once, that was enough. However, on this day, I decided to take a second look since it seemed that hardly anyone was going inside.

I can't quite put my finger on why this place doesn't interest me but on this day, I took some time to walk around and actually noticed a few things that caught my eye.

I have to admit that I do like all the digital photo frames they have all over the place.

And this is kinda cool...

...as is this view...

What really surprised me was what I saw when I decided to sit for a spell and let the building revolve. I noticed some murals that had old attractions incorporated into them. For example, this one shows the House of the Future!

This one as the old clock that was at the entrance of Tomorrowland.

This one doesn't have anything old but it shows Space Mountain in the background.

This one has the old bandstand! I thought it was pretty cool that someone thought of including it.

This one had me perplexed because I couldn't figure out what they had "hidden" so to speak. Any ideas?

I think it's time to go back out side!


Thufer said...

Very interesting.

mwp2008 said...

I haven't been to the park in a while, so I haven't seen Innoventions recently. I've always thought of it as the natural heir to House of Tomorrow and I'm pleased that they included some of the older sites in their murals. I guess the bottom line is that I need to get down to the park and see it again for myself. (Remember, the exits are on the upper level; there are no restrooms, you have to go over behind Space Mountain for that; and it's the only moving building in the park.)