Please call (714) 520-5060 to book your vacation. Guests under age 18 must have parent or guardian permission to call.
Stomp your feet, hoot along and raise the roof at the liveliest session of pickin' and grinnin' this side of the Pecos. Four brothers, all named Billy, put on quite the show of bluegrass and slapstick comedy. So join the fun, y'hear?
Have a rootin', tootin', hip-hollerin' good time at the Golden Horseshoe, where the quick-service frontier-style grub will knock yer boots right off. Belly up to the bar, sit in a private box or take a seat down on the main floor during live performances to be close to the energy and excitement.
The chuck wagon is chock full of vittles you'll love, including chicken breast tenders, fish and chips, and chili cheese fries. Buckaroos can also dig into a bonanza of desserts including mint chocolate sundae, strawberry sundae, the Golden Horseshoe Ice Cream Float and hot fudge sundae.
Western flair is everywhere with steer horn wall mounts, polished brass banisters and electrified period chandeliers at this 1850's-style saloon restaurant. Disney legend Harper Goff designed the interior using the saloon set he had drawn up for the 1953 Doris Day film Calamity.
The Golden Horseshoe Saloon is one of the original buildings dating back to the park's opening in 1955. Walt Disney kept a private box (now public) upstairs to the right of the stage so he could watch the show. The original show, Golden Horseshoe Revue, had over 50,000 performances and was, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, "the world's longest-running live stage show."
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