How about a One Day Passport to any of the Disney theme park in 1982? This complimentary ticket has the “master” Walt Disney Productions Theme Parks logo, which, you gotta admit is very cool.
This ticket was good for one day admission to Disneyland, the Magic Kingdom or EPCOT Center. “The theme park originally was known as EPCOT Center to reflect the fact that the park was built to embody the ideals and values of EPCOT the city.” (wiki-link). This ticket must be from late 1982 as Epcot Center didn’t open until October 1, 1982.
Let’s take a look at a fun Vacationland from the Summer of 1982. Is your favorite Disney character on the cover?
Signs anyone? Bring back the American Egg House, seriously!
And who can forget Southern California’s Newest Family Attraction - "The Kingdom of Dancing Stallions"? Who can even remember it? It opened in 1982 and closed in 1984, however in 1986 the same building become today’s Medieval Times (link). If you’ve never been to Medieval Times, check it out, it’s a blast! (The Dancing Stallions thing looks sorta lame).
Who stole the Grad Nite font for this article's title? Come back on Bonus Sunday for the rest of this interesting article and the rest of the magazine.