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Download Our Exclusive Carousel of Progress Wallpaper

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

As Jennifer shared earlier this morning, we’re celebrating the 50th anniversary of the opening of the 1964 New York World’s Fair. And one of the attractions designed for the fair that made its way into Disney Parks is a reader favorite – the Carousel of Progress.

Today, we’re featuring the attraction in our newest desktop/smartphone wallpaper created by artist Jason “Tiki” Tackett.

Be sure to check out the terms of use about using the and wallpaper before you download it.

And don’t miss our growing gallery of wallpapers created especially for Disney Parks Blog readers.

Read more about Disney attractions at the World’s Fair in the posts below:


  • Mary ~ Download the 2560×1600 wallpaper and use the “stretch” or “fit” option in your desktop settings to fit it to your screen. 🙂

  • …and there’s the WEDway! A nice touch!

  • The screen on my laptop is 1280×800, so I guess I can’t use any of these. 🙁

  • Beautiful!
    I love this show!
    I wish this was at the Disneyland Resort still today!!
    I cannot wait to see what awaits in the near future in Disneyland Resorts Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland’s future!!!

  • Brett – if you go out to the Dismey Store online, there is a Limited Edition attraction poster parks t-shirt this week for the Carousel of Progress 50tn anniversary. They are only available to order through this coming Sunday, April 27. A nice addition is they added a kids size. I ordered mine this morning!

  • i love the wallpaper so much. i love carrousel of progress when i was a kid . will there be more things coming for carousel of progress ?

  • Nice to see the Disneyland (’67) and Disney World (’75) eras getting a nod in the image!

  • Could you give me a hint as to how I can download it? ~ Thanks

  • I’m so glad to see that those “other” 50-year old attractions are getting some love too! I was worried that it’s a small world would steal the spotlight. Carousel of Progress has that great vintage charm to it, while still looking toward the future

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