Why there? Because The Henry Ford, a Dearborn museum, is partnering with Walt Disney Imagineering to present "Behind the Magic: 50 Years of Disneyland."
Among the many Mouse-related mementos on view will be:
A hitchhiking ghost from the Haunted Mansion.
A coonskin cap from Frontierland.
A backlit Cheshire Cat head.
The original rendering of Disneyland, created by artist Herb Ryman and used to get ABC-TV to invest in the proposed theme park.
The Abraham Lincoln figure created for the 1964 World's Fair in New York, billed as "the first Audio-Animatronics 'human' to appear in a Walt Disney production."
Original vehicles from Peter Pan's Flight.
A model of Mickey's Toontown House.
Mickey's house telephone.
A Model T-like vehicle used in Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.
A themed trash can from Adventureland.
Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased at thehenry ford.org or by calling 1-800-835-5237.
Beginning next year, the exhibit will tour nationally. No word yet on whether it's coming anywhere near Orlando.
But you wouldn't want to wait that long anyway, would you?
Brevard Zoo, sections on Latin America, Native Florida, Africa and Australia, hands-on area, petting zoo, railroad ("Expedition Africa" reptile exhibit opening with special events Saturday-Monday): 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily; 8225 N. Wickham Road, just east of Interstate 95 (Exit 191 off Interstate 95), Melbourne; $9 adults, $8 age 60 and older, $6 ages 2-12, free members and age 1 and younger; 321-254-9453 or brevardzoo.org.