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Vote Now for the Top Disneyland Resort Memory from the 1990s

Erin Glover

by , Director, Publicity, Walt Disney Animation Studios

Don’t put away those neon T-shirts and that hairspray just yet – it’s time to vote for your favorite Disneyland Resort memory from the 1990s! As we look forward to next year’s Disneyland Resort Diamond Celebration, we’re continuing the voting for the top memory from each decade of the past 60 years. We asked you to submit your most magical Disneyland Resort memories, and now we’re narrowing down the submissions to decide which will win!

Here are the top Disneyland Resort memories we received from the 1990s:

1990s - 1

From @StarrFae: me and my favorite coaster growing up in the 90’s

1990s - 2

From @nicole77brady: Family vacation 1996 Making family memories at our favorite place with our favorite mouse.

1990s - 3

From @nic_alodeon: 1990s Disneyland. Circa 93!

1990s - 4

From @mssmith702: This was in 1999 and was Dominic’s first visit to Disney. I always thought this pic should be a postcard. I miss these days! This pic makes me #happy

1990s - 5

From @malloryhicks: Fun time in the Disneyland tea cups. #1999

So, which is your favorite? Vote now!


Voting will remain open until 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 15. Be sure to check back Thursday, Oct. 16, when we’ll share the top five memories from the 2000s to today.

Each decade winner will receive a special Disneyland Resort Diamond Celebration prize. Then, we’ll give you the chance to vote for one Grand Prize winner from among the winners of each decade. This lucky fan will win a trip to the start of the Disneyland Resort Diamond Celebration in spring 2015.

For complete rules, click here.

No purchase necessary. 18/age of majority+, 50 US/DC only. Void where prohibited. See Rules for details.

Comments

  • Another round of great photos! It’s been fun for me to vote in this contest.

  • Agree, Roger Rabbit got my vote!

  • Vote @starrfae because her hat is the coolest.

  • i had to choose between one of the “toontown” shots. Even though Toontown and Roger Rabbit’s film were public in the lat 80s, they came into their own in the 90s. A big part of Disneyland.

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