Above is the original 1958 marquee as it appeared in 1976.
This picture, taken in 1961, shows the Monorail on its then newly-expanded track, passing over what is now Disneyland Drive, on its way to the Disneyland Hotel.
A new electronic marquee arrived in 1989, briefly sharing the spotlight with its predecessor during installation.
The electronic marquee greeted millions of visitors in multiple languages for nearly 10 years.
Today, whether arriving by car, hotel shuttle or by foot, the tradition of greeting our guests in style continues.
Actor and Disney fan John Stamos was the winning Ebay bidder for the galvanized steel Disneyland sign that stood in front of the park from 1989 to 1999. He paid $30,700 for the marquee.