opening day attraction pins

PHOTOS: Step Back in Time With Opening Day Attractions Pins for the 50th Anniversary of Magic Kingdom

It’s the 50th anniversary of the Magic Kingdom and to celebrate, there have been new foods, new experiences, and new merchandise galore. Among them are these new pins, each one immortalizing an opening day attraction or landmark from 50 years ago.

opening day attraction pins

Take a look at each of these pins that are available today from Frontier Trading Post. Each pin is LE 2000 and is available for $24.99.

Grand Prix Raceway Pin – $24.99


The Grand Prix Raceway is now known as the Tomorrowland Speedway.

Frontier Shootin’ Gallery Pin – $24.99


And the Frontier Shootin’ Gallery is now known as the Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade. It just recently reopened for the 50th anniversary.

The Haunted Mansion Pin – $24.99


The Haunted Mansion is, of course, still a fan-favorite attraction.

Skyway Pin – $24.99


This Skyway pin has Winnie the Pooh floating with a balloon among the gondolas. The Skyway may be no more, but the Disney Skyliner lives on.

Character Parade Pin – $24.99


The Three Little Pigs are featured on this pin, with a drum float beside them.

Main Entrance Pin – $24.99


The “main entrance” was listed as an attraction on opening day. Tinker Bell is featured on this pin.

Swiss Family Island Treehouse Pin – $24.99


Chip and Dale are collecting acorns beneath the treehouse on this pin.

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Mickey Mouse Revue Pin – $24.99


Mickey’s PhilharMagic now plays in the theater where Mickey Mouse Revue, an animatronic-based attraction, once lived.

Dumbo the Flying Elephant Pin – $24.99


Country Bear Jamboree Pin – $24.99


Mad Tea Party Pin – $24.99


The Hall of Presidents Pin – $24.99


Cinderella’s Golden Carrousel Pin – $24.99


Cinderella’s Golden Carrousel is now known as the Prince Charming Regal Carrousel.

Jungle Cruise – $24.99


Snow White’s Adventures – $24.99


Snow White’s Adventures saw several changes over the years before being demolished and replaced with Princess Fairytale Hall. Versions of the attraction live on in the original Disneyland Park, Disneyland Park in Paris, and Tokyo Disneyland.

Walt Disney World Railroad Pin – $24.99


On opening day, only the Main Street, U.S.A. station was in operation. Unfortunately, the railroad is not running for the 50th anniversary today as construction of TRON Lightcycle / Run continues to obstruct the track.

Peter Pan’s Flight Pin – $24.99


“it’s a small world” Pin – $24.99


Tropical Serenade Pin – $24.99


Tropical Serenade is now known as Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room.

Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride Pin – $24.99


Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride closed in 1998 and was replaced by The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. An updated version remains in operation at Disneyland.

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