5 Things you didn’t know about Disneyland

5 Things you didn’t know about Disneyland

Welcome! In the wonderful world of magic in Disneyland where your favorite childhood character comes alive and entertain you. Did you know that Walt Disney’s daughters were his inspiration to build the iconic theme park? The construction of Disneyland took a year and initially started with 18 attractions at $3.50 ticket price. Addition to that, did you know that the theme park never goes absent? Yes, they only closed the park for three major events: 1994 Northridge earthquake on January 17, 1994, mourning of John F. Kennedy and the 9-11 attack.

You don’t know these facts? Well, in our previous articles, we have listed Disneyland under the 5 Best Kiddie Theme Parks. In this article, let’s focus more on the 5 Things you didn’t know about Disneyland!

5 Things you didn't know about Disneyland-thehauntedmansionReal Dead People at the Haunted Mansion
News were fast that, an alleged customers scattered the ashes of the remains of their deceased child while riding the Haunted Mansion’s graveyard scene attraction. Reports show that the couple mentioned that their child was ill and he loves the particular attraction in Disneyland. This incident was not alone, prior to these report, almost the same events happened inside during the ride.

Real Human Skeletons at the Pirates of the Caribbean
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Disneyland admitted that on their boat-ride attraction, Pirates of the Caribbean, when it was built in 1967, real human skeletons were used to increase the realism of the ride. It sure did. However, years past and feedback and comments were not happy with the realism perspective of the Imagineers (Disneyland’s Imagine+Engineer), they said all real human skeletons were already removed and returned to their countries for a proper burial. Though majority of the fans were not convinced about that.

5 Things you didn't know about Disneyland-peanutsRoom of Misbehavement
Do not misbehave in Disneyland or you’ll end up locked away. Not literally criminal-law imprisonment but Disneyland has this so called Disneyland Jail that serves as their room of misbehavement in case someone go against the rules of the theme park or in a more clearer term ‘misbehave’. One who was put in Disneyland Jail was Blake Lively, after she sneaked into the Park. Be aware that chewing gums and shelled peanuts are not allowed as well, this policy kept the floors clean.

Employees Codes and Regulations
Under the employment regulations of  the theme park, all employees are advised to be cleanly shaven to look neat, decent and professionally presentable. So it means, if you work at Disneyland forget the ‘No shave November’. The mascots are not allowed to use one-finger gestures and in case someone vomits, they call it “Code V” and the code is announced 36 times a day.

Club 33 Exclusiveness
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No alcohols are served at Disneyland. Really? But as an exemption, the rule is not applicable to any members and guest members of Club 33. This is a private club located next to the Blue Bayou Restaurant with the obvious the number 33 is engraved. However, Las Vegas rules don’t apply here “What Happens in Club 33, are viewable online.” To see how people and even model-actress long waited to step into Club 33, click here for Kat Steel’s dream come true.

A bit surprised? Those are just few secrets or facts about Disneyland that you didn’t know. Imagine, mere alone Churros一2.8 million fried-dough pastry are sold annually. Still wondering about things going on inside? Some are revealed and some few are little-known facts.

To see for yourself, visit Disneyland theme parks which are available in United States- California and Florida or internationally in Paris, Hong Kong and Tokyo.


Comments 2

  1. Woah? I never thought of those secrets. But Code V was the first. Haha. I am lucky that I didn’t encounter anyone vomitting while riding an attraction in Disneyland


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