Oh Wow: Man Builds A Very Impressive Disneyland Fantasyland Themed Basement All By Himself

September 26, 2018

This is a video tour of Youtuber Larzland's Disneyland Fantasyland themed basement. The area includes the exterior facades of Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, Snow White's Scary Adventures, Village Haus Restaurant, Peter Pan's Flight, Pinocchio's Daring Journey, and Geppetto's Workshop, and "from leaded glass, woodwork and concrete, to brickwork, paint and metal fabrication, nearly every element and detail was researched, planned and completed" by Larzland himself. Wow. I wonder how long that took. The basement also includes daytime and nighttime lighting, crowd sounds, and the queue music from Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, Snow White's Scary Adventures, and the Village Haus Restaurant. No word how long it will take Larzland to break even no longer having to pay whatever exorbitant amount it costs to visit Disneyland these days, but my guess is as long as this basement cost less than a couple million he already has.

Keep going for the video while I offer him $5 to spend the night.

Thanks to Josh G, who agrees dream it, and you can achieve it. I believe in you.

  • econoking

    I love it, but no one would want to play with me :(

  • GeneralDisorder

    I can't imagine any scenario where I'd willingly play "crowd sounds" in my own house.

  • Douchy McDouche

    Getting serious Michael Jackson vibes here.

  • Draco Basileus

    Can't wait to see where he keeps the kidnapped...er..."visiting" children.

  • Maick Hendrick

    Probably in his Neverland section ;p

  • James Mcelroy

    am I the only one who thought, "Holy shit, this guy's basement is bigger than my house!"

  • GeneralDisorder

    Definitely not. If I had a basement that large I would have lost my house sooner probably.

  • Mr. Roboto

    That's a labor of love. Like it or hate it, that guy really put 100% into that! I think it's fun!

  • Jenness

    I don't think I'll ever get the fandom of Disney to this type of extreme - even though I do understand as a parent wanting to just make magic happen for your kids. When adults do it though, like having Disney weddings and go on Disney cruises if they don't have kids, I kind of judge them.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Agreed. When I see full grown adults who appear to have some desperate need to grasp at childish, naive understandings of what constitutes 'happiness' or 'wholesomeness' by becoming obsessed with Disneyland, I can't help but wonder what kind of childhood trauma they're compensating for.

    Disneyland as a kid was this magical place of fantasy and joy.

    Disneyland as an adult is pretty much what I imagine the 7th Circle of Hell is like.

  • bigalosu

    Right? I love Disney movies and love sharing them with my kids. We live within 2 hours of Disney World and have only been there twice in five years. It is such a stressful place. The need to stick to Fast passes and schedules to make the most of your trip. The lines even with fast passes and the attempt to sell you anything and everything at every corner. The worst part though? The people. I've been pushed, had my feet rolled over by strollers and been treated just plain shitty by so many people there. They are all so caught up in their experience and so entitled that they don't pay anyone a bit of respect. At one point, we found a 5-6 year old kid sitting on the ground by the Swiss Family Robinson treehouse puking his guts out. We sat with him for a bit to ensure he was okay, because both his parents and his siblings left him there to go on a ride. No water, sitting in the sun, all by himself. I think it brings out the worst in people.

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