It has been a bad month for Disneyland Resort signage. It started with the new series of Disney100 banners, which featured a number of grammar, spelling, and factual mistakes that left guests wondering how much thought went into the centennial celebration decor. The banners were followed by the platinum Mickey statue featuring an incorrect Walt Disney quote. We then discovered error-ridden signs on the Indiana Jones Adventure construction walls.
The latest mistake is on a sign at the front of Disneyland advertising today’s appearance of Super Bowl LVII champions (MVP Patrick Mahomes). Jeffrey Geller (@dlforever717) shared a photo on Instagram of the sign which says, “Join us at 1:30PM for a cavalcade down Main Stret [SIC] U.S.A”.
“Street” is of course spelled wrong, not to mention the sign doesn’t have the comma usually included between “Main Street” and “U.S.A.” or the final period after the abbreviation.
The sign was gone by at least 1:00 p.m. It was only created for today, so there was no replacement.
As for all of the other errors, four of the Disney100 banners have been replaced, as have the Indiana Jones Adventure signs. The platinum Mickey Mouse statue vanished, likely to be returned with the correct Walt Disney quote soon.
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2 thoughts on “Yet Another Typo Appears on Disneyland Resort Sign”
I just have one question?
Did the sign person(s) go to schol?
It’s almost like a “hidden Mickey” search😂