Cabins that resided at Disney's Fort Wilderness from 1998 to 2016 have been sold for $30,000 a piece by Pete Kucinski -- though he kept one for himself.
For only $75, a Universal fan walked home with a banner that proclaimed Mythos as "#1 Best Theme Park Restaurant in the World" for six years in a row.
If a few discussions had gone differently, we may have been marking the 20th anniversary of a park called Cartoon World, filled with Looney Tunes and DC Comics characters.
This couch once served as Simpsons-themed photo op before being removed late in 2015. It found its way to Universal's Williams of Hollywood prop shop and was put on sale for $1,500.
This unicorn statue is a unique piece meant to promote a land that Disney World never built: Beastly Kingdom.
This is the second installment in an ongoing series about pieces of Central Florida’s theme park history that live on inside fans’ homes or private collections. Have your own to show off? E-mail us at johngrego... Read More