PHOTOS: New Vintage Ticket Photo-Ops Celebrate 50 Years at Magic Kingdom

To celebrate 50 years of Walt Disney World, Disney has added several photo opportunities at the Magic Kingdom with prop versions of the vintage tickets guests once used to enter the park and ride attractions.


In the hub in front of Cinderella Castle, guests can find a PhotoPass photographer with this main gate ticket.


One of these tickets would have admitted guests to the Magic Kingdom back in the 70s.


On the docks in Frontierland, another PhotoPass photographer had a D-ticket prop.


Guests can take a photo holding this ticket with the riverboat and Rivers of America behind them.


A D-ticket was used for some of the more popular rides and shows.


The yellow ticket lists the Walt Disney World Railroad, the Skyway, Flight to the Moon, Country Bear Jamboree, The Hall of Presidents, and the Admiral Joe Fowler Riverboat.


In front of Jungle Cruise in Adventureland, guests can find another ticket photo-op.


This one is with an E-ticket, which was for the most in-demand attractions. This included Jungle Cruise, as well as Tropical Serenade (Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room), The Haunted Mansion, “it’s a small world,” 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and Mickey Mouse Revue.

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