Disneyland wasn’t always an all-you-care-to-enjoy buffet of theme park attractions. During its earliest days, the Happiest Place on Earth came with a pay-to-play system. Guests purchased a ticket for each individual ride, and so Disney sold ticket books once upon a time.
During 1959, the first significant Disneyland expansion forced Walt Disney and his team to create a new tier for the most expensive rides, one of which was the monorail. This highest ticket class famously became the E-ticket, and while it no longer exists, its legacy remains. Let’s rank the actual E-ticket rides from the early days of Disneyland that are still in operation today.