ANAHEIM (CBSLA) — Tamia Richardson was just 14 when she visited the “Happiest Place on Earth.”
Disneyland was celebrating its 30th anniversary, and Richardson was one of the lucky few who won a pass to use for a free return visit.
That pass was then put into a box of mementos Richardson, who lives in Canada, had tucked away for safekeeping.
And — 34 years after winning the pass — Richardson made her return visit to the theme park.
She and her teenage daughters got to visit the Anaheim park for free using the pass.
In 1985, a ticket to Disneyland cost $16.50, a steal compared to the $149 price tag for a current one-day pass.