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Dream Kingdom

Location

Bloomingtoon, Minnesota, USA

Opened

April, 30, 1997 (as Disneyland Minnesota)
April 28, 2010 (as Dream Kingdom)

Closed

September 12, 1999 (as Disneyland Minnesota)

Owner

The Walt Disney Company (1997-1999)
Funtime Parks, Ltd. (2007-present)

Operated by

Walt Disney Parks & Resorts (1997-1999)
Funtime Parks, Ltd. (2007-present)

Fate as Disneyland Minnesota

Poor ticket sales
less promotion
poor attendance
major competition with Universal Studios Bloomington

Previous names

Disneyland Minnesota (1997-1999)

Dream Kingdom is a fanon theme park located at Bloomington, Minnesota. It opened on April 30, 1997, formerly as Disneyland Minnesota until closed down on September 12, 1999 due its commercial failure with poor ticket sales, less promotion, poor attendance and as well as a major competition with Universal Studios Bloomington.

After the park was closed, it was left abandoned along with all of its attractions with no announcement for its replacement, until 2007, Funtime Parks, Ltd., a theme park, resort and entertainment company, acquired the park from Disney and renamed, rebranded, and rethemed into "Dream Kingdom", and reopened on April 28, 2010.

History

Disney era

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Closure and abounded

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Funtime Parks era

Acquiring from Disney

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Renamed to Dream Kingdom and rebuilds

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Areas

Disneyland Minnesota era

Main Street USA

Attractions

  • Walt Disney Story
  • Main Street Trolly
  • Disneyland Railroad Express
  • Penny Arcade

Fanatsyland

Attractions

  • Sleeping Beauty Castle
  • it's a small world
  • Beauty and the Beast Live
  • Mr. Toad's Wild Ride
  • Snow White Scary Adventure
  • Dumbo the Flying Elephant
  • Casey Junior
  • Peter Pan Flight
  • Muppet-Vision 3D
  • Disney's One Saturday Morning Live - a short-lived live stage show themed after ABC Saturday morning block One Saturday Morning and featured characters from Recess, Disney's Doug, and Pepper Ann, and occurred every Saturday. The show had gained mostly poor reviews due to it was too short (which took about 6 minutes long rather than 25 or 30 minutest long) filled with forgettable songs, lazy, weak and generic storyline and script, and unpleasant humor, and it was rated one of the worst Disney attractions by the critics and audience. Theme: One Saturday Morning shows. Opening date: mid-May 1998. Closing date: late-August 1998.
  • TBA

Tomorrowland

Attractions

  • Space Mountain
  • People Mover
  • Star Tours
  • Astro Blaster
  • The Timekeeper
  • Mission to Mars

Adventureland

Attractions

  • Jungle Cruise
  • Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room
  • Swiss Family Treehouse

Frontierland

Attractions

  • Splash Mountain
  • Thunder Mountain Railroad
  • Country Bears Jamboree
  • Frontierland Shootin' Gallery Arcade
  • Frontierland Farmyard

Toontown

Attractions

  • Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin
  • Mickey's House
  • Minnie's House
  • Goofy's Barnyard Brainstormer
  • Donald's Boat

Ghostly Town

Attractions

  • The Haunted Mansion

Dream Kingdom era

Main Town

TBA

Toy Kingdom

Attractions

  • Toy Castle
  • Babes in Toyland Story Boat
  • The Tin Solder
  • TBA

Thrill City

Attractions

  • TBA

Jungle Adventure

Crazy Carnival

  • The Swirl! - TBA. Height restriction: 49".
  • The Swirl! Jr. - TBA.Height restriction: 38". Replaced: Goofy's Barnyard Brainstormer
  • Wacky Funhouse
  • TBA

Spooky Village

  • TBA

Trivia

  • TBA

Incidents

  • On July 11, 1997, a group of teenage gangsters sneaked into the park rod all the stores until the polices caught them and sent them to jail.
  • August 5, 1997, a track at Space Mountain had collapsed which killed 20 people.
  • On May, 12, 1998, a 18 year old boy lost his Mickey hat after riding Thunder Mountain Railroad. Afterwards, he secretly climbed and enter the attraction to get it back, but as he did, he wasn't aware that the coaster was coming straight toward him until he got run over by a train and died on a track.
  • On May 3, 1999, The Timekeeper attraction had somehow burst to flames. Most of the visitors had escaped from the fire, but tragically, three of people, a woman and her two children, had trap inside and died in flames.

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