Very cool, now there's a reason to go to the sky tower. (Well, apart from the views it had to offer originally) It would certainly be interesting to see what they have to show, not like I'm going to the park any time soon though.
Hey look! They thought about it before Disney! At least Six Flags ditched the idea so they wouldn't be stuck with a $1 billion mistake!
Hmm--I seem to recall a quote from some Disney memo that was circulated on the Internet while DCA was being built: "If it's good enough for Six Flags, it's good enough for us." Apparently, even if it wasn't good enough for Six Flags, it was still good enough for Disney.
will they also include perhaps some exhibits about the park's future? I know they most likely wont, because it is a musuem about the park's past, but I for one would like to know a bit about what is to come for SFMM other than X2 and Thomas Town.
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