Monday, November 28, 2011
In most towns of yesteryear, The City Hall and Town Square are the heart of those communities. At Disneyland, the same holds true. First time guests and others who need information know that they can stop by City Hall and get most of their questions answered. This May 1960 shot of City Hall also includes a zoom-in shot of the Souvenir/Info Kiosk (long gone) and a horse-drawn carriage (also long gone from Town Square).
I can think of no better image of City Hall than this shot of its founder, positively beaming as he sits nearby:
Today, City Hall is still a vibrant place to get a birthday message, get information, and talk to a welcoming cast member to help make your visit to Disneyland a little brighter.
There are also plenty of things to see while you are waiting to be helped, including this Tencennial certificate from the county of Los Angeles:
There's even a courtesy phone from which you can call your Disneyland Resort hotel:
This is one cast member you might want to avoid at City Hall if you need help:
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