KTLA’s Sam Rubin, Megan Henderson and Chris Schauble caught up with Esteban, Disneyland Resort’s official spokesperson, and took a trip down memory lane to talk about some of Disneyland’s most classic rides.

The crew began with the oldest ride, King Arthur Carrousel in Fantasyland, which was built in 1922 with dozens of horses, each with its own name and unique paint job.

“No two horses are alike,” stated Esteban.

The crew got to hop on to the Big Thunder Mountain ride, which opened back in 1979, as well as a few other classics, including Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride, Peter Pan and Snow White.

As KTLA notes its 75th anniversary, Disney is also in a celebratory mood, as the world-famous company will be memorializing its 100th anniversary next year.

Halloween Disney begins today and runs through November. For more information, visit disneyland.disney.go.com.

This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on Sept. 2, 2022.