Herbert Ryman’s initial aerial-view sketch of Disneyland

Maps have long been an important part of Disney Parks’ design and history. Disneyland maps have been around since Disney Legend Herbert Ryman drew the park’s first aerial image in 1939. Make your own Disneyland park pop-up map with #DisneyPaperParks, which was released today!

With the introduction of this map, Disney Paper Parks commemorates two important anniversaries this month. Walt Disney Imagineering architects and designers produced this unique project for the Disney Parks Blog to let Fans bring a bit of Disney Parks into their own homes.

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Your Disneyland park map will be ready to fold and carry with you once you complete the directions on this set of printable, 3D activity sheets!

Imagineers Stephanie Jazmines and Amy Young, who designed Disney Paper Parks, remarked, “We really believe in this project and the way it’s been able to connect the parks to guests all over the world while getting them thinking about design through the art of making. It’s been incredible to see how, just by printing a few sheets of paper, Disney fans, families, and friends are creating so many memories and are making Disney Paper Parks their own!”

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Cutters, glue, and tape are needed to complete the activity. We recommend printing the activity sheets at their full size, rather than resizing them to fit the page, in order to achieve the greatest results. In order to make this exercise even more fun, we also urge that adults participate or supervise children.

By downloading Disney Paper Parks, you acknowledge and agree that these materials are being provided to you for personal, non-commercial use.