Bring the Celebration Home – 30 Years Ago at Disneyland

Bring the Celebration Home - 30 Years Ago in Disneyland!

Disneyland’s 35th anniversary year was coming to a close, and there was only one thing that could definitively draw the curtain on the Party Gras: the holidays. Christmas had been exuberantly celebrated at Disneyland from its very first year, and 1990 was no exception.

Christmas is a season of giving, and Disneyland wanted to be sure that guests would be able to find just the right gift for that special someone. This month we will be looking at a somewhat rare brochure, filled with 35th anniversary souvenirs. It’s time to take your pick from everything the park had to offer, from high end watches and 14k gold charms, to key chains and fanny packs.

Bring the Celebration Home
Bring the Celebration Home
Look at all the alluring souvenirs!
Look at all the alluring souvenirs!
And there’s even more!
And there’s even more!


Let’s take a closer look…
Let’s take a closer look…


Now that you have seen it all, from the wristwatches to the tote bag, it’s time to say goodbye to Disneyland’s 35th anniversary celebration. Unless, of course, you have a hankering to order something. And as to that, here it is, the handy order form. It seems doubtful that Disneyland Merchandise Guest Services would still be fulfilling any orders, but I do note there is no expiration date on the form. Best wishes and bon chance!

All orders are at your own risk. And do be sure you have included your daytime telephone number and signed your check.

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Doug Marsh

Doug Marsh

Doug Marsh is a Disney historian, guru, and all around nice guy. He first came to California and became a Disneyland Annual Passholder in 1990. Since then, he has been a fixture at the happiest place on Earth! He is the writer of 30 Years Ago in Disneyland for DAPS MAGIC.






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