I'm dedicating this post to Vintage Disneyland Tickets, who recently shared photos of the original Fantasyland Central Ticket Booth on his wonderful blog.
Since the 1970s, the little booth, vaguely resembling a medieval tournament tent, has been tucked into the back corner of Fantasyland. But as early as 1959, the booth was right in the heart of everything.
When the Park ceased selling ticket books in the early 80s, the booth was transformed into a charming mini-mart for Kodak Film and information.
Still in use today (the gold-crowned peak was removed only a few months ago during a renovation), the little booth remains an eye-catching example of early Disney architecture.