The Disneyland Story featuring Great Moments with Mr Lincoln

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Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln has been a classic attraction at Disneyland for decades. The show premiered at the 1964 World's Fair and was so popular that it was brought to Disneyland. A newly enhanced show opened in Disneyland in December 2009.

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Location: Main Street, U.S.A..
Ride Type: Theater and museum.
Height Req.: None.
Fastpass: No.
Single Rider: No.
Child Swap: No.
Avg. Wait*: None to enter the museum. The film plays every 20 minutes.
Ride Length: Your own pace. The film lasts less than 20 minutes.
Ride Capacity: Theater and museum can hold several dozen people at once.
Operating Hours: Park opening to park closing.
 
*Wait times my vary widely on a number of factors including crowd levels, showtimes, and hour of the day.
  • If your group is waiting to view the parade on Main Street, U.S.A. you may want to take turns exploring the exhibits in the lobby.
  • This at-your-own-pace place is a great way to cool down during a hot summer day and just relax enjoying a look into American history.
  • Have a seat, escape the heat!

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Safety and Accessibility

  • Safety Considerations: None.
  • Wheelchair Accessible: Yes. Guests may remain in wheelchair or ECV to experience this attraction.
  • Hearing Disability Services: No.
  • Visual Disability Services: No.
  • Service Animals: Allowed.

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