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New Tomorrowland Entrance Will Be Inspired By Space Age Architecture Of The Past

Orange County Register
Brady Macdonald
November 22, 2019
November 25, 2019
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Disneyland unveiled plans for a new Tomorrowland entrance now that most of the “french fry” rocks that once welcomed visitors to a great, big, beautiful tomorrow have now been sent to Yesterland.

Work on the project will begin during the winter holiday season with the new look to the Tomorrowland entrance expected to be completed in 2020.

The Tomorrowland entrance enhancements are the latest changes to Disneyland as part of the Project Stardust initiative that has seen the Anaheim theme park widen walkways and trim planters in hopes of easing traffic flow.

A rendering of the new Tomorrowland entrance shows wider pathways lined with elliptical planters filled with radiating bands of blue and gold flowers. Space Age spires inspired by the Googie architecture of the “New Tomorrowland” in 1967 will flank the entrance.

The new entryway will recall the 1955 and 1967 Tomorrowland entrances that represented the optimistic notion of being wide open to innovative ideas and technology, Disney Imagineer Kim Irvine said on the Disney Parks Blog.

Disneyland began the slow process of removing the so-called french fry rocks in August. The colorful rocks jutting from the ground were added during the 1998 remodel of Tomorrowland.
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