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Exhibit Celebrates Disneyland's 50th

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Exhibit Celebrates Disneyland's 50th

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The entrance to the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Mich., is topped with a gigantic pair of mouse ears right now. A new exhibit celebrating Disneyland's 50th anniversary is currently on display.

The museum's Greenfield Village, which includes replicas of such historic buildings as the Wright Brothers' bicycle shop and Thomas Edison's workshop, helped inspire Walt Disney as he was planning his own theme park. Detroit Public Radio's Celeste Headlee reports.

Ears adorn the exterior of the Henry Ford. Celeste Headlee hide caption

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