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Imagineering Blue Sky Cellar

The Blue Sky Cellar is an exhibition space where Walt Disney Imagineers get to showcase there big plans for Disney's California Adventure over the next few years. The space carries over the theming from the location's previous existence as Seasons of the Vine, a showcase on how wine is made. Caskets have been converted into exhibit displays, the walls are covered with concept art, and several models are displayed for future attractions. A small screening room shows a video with Imagineer interviews.

General Information - Hide Section
  • Location: In the little stone building next to Wine Country Trattoria and across the road from "a bug's land."
  • Date Opened: 10/8/2008
  • # of Ride Units: None, one large exhibit space.
  • Ride Capacity: A couple dozen people.
  • Restraint Method: None
  • Ticket Rating: A Ticket
  • Ride Photo: No
 
Time Commitment Information - Hide Section
  • Open/Close: Opens and closes with the park.
  • Wait Times: Generally there will be only a minimal wait at the door while a cast members controls traffic to ensure the space inside does not get too crowded.
  • Length of Ride: Allow 15-20 minutes
  • FastPass: No
  • Single Rider: No
  • Queue Description: None
Access Information - Hide Section
  • Health Restriction: None
  • Ride Access: A ramp is available to get up to the patio-level entrance to the building.
  • Wheelchair Transfer: Not required
  • Service Animals: Yes
  • Audio: Audio is used for the film presentation, assistive listening devices are available at guest services.
  • Weight and Size Issues: None
Parenting Information - Hide Section
  • Height Restriction: No
  • Child Swap: No
  • Other Issues: The exhibit space is an open area, you should keep your children under observation at all times.
History and Trivia - Hide Section
  • At this location: When the park opened in February 2001, this space was dedicated to an exhibit called Seasons of the Vine. The short film, originally sponsored by Robert Mondavi, the Napa Valley wine producer, immediately disappointed in terms of getting park guests into the building (many never even realized the show was there) and Mondavi had abandoned its sponsorship by the end of 2001. The show continued with the Mondavi name removed, though it became even more difficult to find it. Eventually, the theater was only opened for a few minutes at the top of each hour to see if anybody was interested (frequently nobody was), or you could ask to see the show.


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