It’s been said many times before: Disney World is not a museum. It is a place that changes all the time, adopting new technology and offering new and unique experiences.

But some things that Disney has created have become classics: It’s A Small World, Pirates Of The Caribbean, and The Haunted Mansion. Disney is still able to refresh these classic attractions, but they tend to do so very carefully so they don’t upset their fans. After all, guests have decade’s worth of memories with these special places, characters, and experiences.  To them, it’s personal.

Credit Card Sales Kiosk

Disney recently made a relatively small change next the entrance and exit to the Haunted Mansion. They added a Disney Visa By Chase sales kiosk in the long-standing but also often underused stable building. They did not change the main structure of the building, but just added some themed signs (for the Liberty Eagle Counting House – 1771) and a desk and computer for the sales agent.

Everything was tastefully done and fits the feel of Liberty Square.

But was this a good idea?

You can see the Haunted Mansion in the background.

You can see the Haunted Mansion in the background.

The kiosk promotes credit cards.

The kiosk promotes credit cards.

The signs fit the theme of Liberty Square.

The signs fit the theme of Liberty Square.

What do you think about this credit card sales location?