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The renovated IMAGINATION! pavilion opened on October 1, 1999 featuring the new Journey Into Your Imagination, the new Image Works, and the remaining Honey, I Shrunk the Audience. More details about these new attractions will be added in the future. But you can always relive the past by looking through this area featuring the classic Journey Into Imagination attractions.
Within the crystal structure of Journey Into Imagination, Disney Imagineers present a wonderland of creativity. The pavilion features a ride through attraction, an interactive exhibit, and a 3-D film all dedicated to exploring the wonders of the imagination.
Don't miss the fountains in the Picture Garden outside the pavilion. The "leap frog fountain," as its designer Mark Fuller calls it, has 17 circular pods amongst the shrubbery in five planters. The 17 nozzles (one in each pod) shoot clear, perfect streams of water three-fourths of an inch in diameter from pod to pod. In between planters, the glass-like streams leap over guests' heads. A waterfall in front of the Picture Garden flows uphill. Surrounding the Figment topiary is a ring of small spheres which shoot up balls of water. Throughout the 1980s, Dreamfinder could be seen outside the pavilion with his friend, Figment. Out of film or want some Figment souvenirs? Head over to Cameras & Film outside the Magic Eye Theater.
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Created May 23, 1997 / Last modified September 3, 2001