Disneyland 1972-1973 Guide

Everyone likes a good Guide Book! Today we have the Fall-Winter 1972-73 Disneyland Guide! The booklet is presented by INA Insurance, “The Insurance Company of North America”.

The cover is of The Country Bears:

Apparently, INA sponsored the “Carefree Corner”, Disneyland’s official information and registration center, located on Main Street, U.S.A.

An explanation of Ticket Books is up next, with a few pages of what tickets cover which attractions.

Then we have a map of each individual land and a list of all the shops, restaurants, and attractions.

Bear Country replaced the Indian Village in 1972, and was changed once again in 1988 to Critter Country.

In the center, an overall map of the park

For contents, we have Food and Refreshments:

Next we have Shops and Stores, which seems somewhat redundant to me:

Finally, the entertainment calendar
 
Back cover, with more information about INA:

So now if you invent time travel and go back to 1972 or 1973, you’ll know what’s going on at Disneyland! And obviously, if you intend to go back in time, you’ll visit The Happiest Place on Earth, right?

Oh, and you may need a ticket book, so check out this link for a 1972 Disneyland Ticket Book!

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2 Responses to Disneyland 1972-1973 Guide

  1. Nick Maglio says:

    It really is amazing how much information they provided. Thank you, as always, for reading, Gaylin.

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  2. Gaylin says:

    It amazes me how many pages these old guides have and now that there is so much more at the parks, there is a one page folding guide. Thanks for sharing this.

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