It was the biggest and most profitable amusement park in the world until 2011, when the Tokyo Disneyland opened, with its $15 billion cost.
The Disneyland is the largest and most expensive theme park ever built in the US.
Disneyland opened in Anaheim, California in December 1963.
The original Disneyland opened on June 4, 1959.
It opened with a grand opening celebration, with the first ride in the park, the Matterhorn, opening at 10:25am.
The Matterhorn was the first of two rides to open in the new park, followed by a three-mile (5km) ride on the Disney Cruise Line.
The theme park’s first day on the road to opening day saw a number of attractions open including a steamboat ride, a carnival, a flying boat ride and a giant slide.
Disneyland’s grand opening ceremony included the singing of the national anthem and the re-enactment of the opening of Disneyland in Paris, France.
Disneyland has since expanded and become one of the most visited attractions in the entire world, with more than a billion visitors a year.
The parks revenue has grown every year since the park opened, as the crowds have grown.
In 2013, Disneyland earned $4.1 billion, with an average annual return of 9.7%.
The Disneyland theme park was the fifth-biggest operating business in the United States in 2013, according to Forbes magazine.
Disneyland generated $14.2 billion in operating revenue, according the company.
The park opened in the mid-1960s, and has now become one the most popular tourist attractions in America.
It’s the only park to be awarded the prestigious Silver Star, the American Legion, and the Medal of Honor.
The first theme park attraction in the history of the United Kingdom was the Royal Pavilion, which opened in 1955.
The Royal Pavilion is the first indoor-only theme park in Europe.
It was built on a large island on the southern edge of the Isle of Wight.
The resort area was designed by the British architect and landscape architect, John Galloway.
The pavilion was initially the only part of the park that opened, but later the park expanded and expanded and the pavilion became the park’s main attraction.
The attraction has remained a part of Disneyland for more than 30 years.