We're now traveling along the banks of The Rivers of America into the true backwoods.
(Rivers of America are still empty.)
Just ahead, Walt Disney's happy salute to children everywhere: it's a small world. This musical cruise premiered at the New York World's Fair in 1964 and has been making people smile ever since.
We're crossing into Tomorrowland, a land where everything is on the move. If you look overhead, you might catch a glimpse of a Mark V Monorail. When Disneyland introduced the Monorail back in 1959, it was the first daily operating Monorail system in the Western Hemisphere. Today's Monorail trains glide along a two-and-a-half-mile route, traveling to the Disneyland Hotel and back.
Winding below is the Autopia, where drivers of all ages can take to the road...and no license is required.
And if you've ever dreamed about seeing what lies beyond the stars, Space Mountain and Star Tours offer thrilling trips into the furthest reaches of the galaxy.
Yes, it all seems pretty amazing, but if there's one thing we've learned, it's that here in Tomorrowland,
everything is possible.
That's the spectacular Grand Canyon as we know it today, but it wasn't always that way. In fact, millions of years ago, warm primeval seas covered the region we call the Grand Canyon. Strange creatures crawled from the seas and one day giant animals thundered over the land and roamed the swamps and marshes. Our ancestors never heard the sounds we're about to hear, nor saw the sights of this fantastic Primeval World!
Ladies and Gentlemen, we're now approaching the Main Street Station. To those of you leaving the train here, please remain seated until we come to a complete stop. Check your personal belongings, and watch your step as you leave. Thank you for joining us on the Disneyland Railroad, and may we wish you a happy day here in Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom!
This is Main Street! MAIN STREET STATION! DISNEYLAND - U.S.A.!