1966 Disneyland Map
The 1966 Version Disneyland Map is the first version of all Disneyland maps that departs from the original artwork of Sam McKim. It’s also the first map following the conclusion of the 1964 New York World’s Fair (which ran through 1965). Thus, the map’s design is entirely new, however, several attractions were either added or removed (the latter being some attractions that never came into being at Disneyland). Edison Square and Liberty Street have been removed to make way for the new vision of Tomorrowland. This includes the Carousel of Progress (debuted at 1964 New York World’s Fair) and the Spaceport & Rocket Flight Future Attraction (the latter becoming the famous Space Mountain, but that won’t appear for another 10 years in the 1976 version of the map).
1966 Version Disneyland Large Park Map Image Gallery
On the north side of Fantasyland, It’s a Small World has made its first appearance, another attraction that was originally created for the 1964 New York World’s Fair. This is also the first map that shows noticeable expansion beyond the original boundary of the park outlined in the first map, Version A-INA. The expansion is part of the buildings that have been constructed for the Haunted Mansion and Pirates of the Caribbean attractions. Also to note is the addition of another 1964 New York World’s Fair debut, the Primeval World attraction, which can be experienced by park guests via the Disneyland Railroad.