Whether visiting Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, or EPCOT, Walt Disney World is full of memories to be made. But some of the best ways to create lasting memories is to purchase souvenirs.
However, one Guest recently found an accidental souvenir, and it’s a total blast from Magic Kingdom’s past.
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Of all the Disney Parks of Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom is home to the classics. The best rides, including Space Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, the Haunted Mansion, Jungle Cruise, and more, can all be found at the Disney Park.
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Splash Mountain was undoubtedly on the list of classic Magic Kingdom attractions before it closed in January. However, although the log flume attraction is being rethemed into Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, there will always be fans with merchandise and souvenirs that remind us of the original ride.
One Guest, in particular, found an incredible Splash Mountain souvenir: a paper FastPass ticket for Splash Mountain.
Just found this ancient relic (both things gone lol) from WaltDisneyWorld
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The date reads June 6, 2011, making the paper FastPass over ten years old.
Want to know how different Magic Kingdom looked in 2011? New Fantasyland hadn’t been announced yet, and Snow White’s Scary Adventures was still standing. Stitch’s Great Escape and The Enchanted Tiki Room: Under New Management were also still operating.
In short, things have definitely changed since then.
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If you’re wondering how much this ‘Vintage’ piece of Walt Disney World history could potentially sell for, we’re way ahead of you. We recently found one listing of a paper Splash Mountain FastPass on eBay selling for up to $2,500!
If you come across a paper Walt Disney World FastPass, it’s always good to know you could get good money for something so nostalgic. But if you’re not willing to part with a piece of Magic Kingdom history, we don’t blame you.