Everyone loves Disneyland, right? And everyone loves learning more about the mostest magical place on Earth! Right?


Walt Disney got the inspiration to build Disneyland while he was riding the merry-go-round with his daughters at L.A.'s Griffith Park. That same bench is on display at the entrance of Great Moments.

d land bench


There's only on place where you can consume alcohol openly inside the original Disneyland. It's the super duper exclusive Club 33. The waiting list to become a member is 10 years freaking years long and it costs $25,000 to join and then you have to play $10,000 a year. Is it worth it? Tom Hanks, is a member so it must be.

club 33


How often do you see rats and mice at Disneyland? Not very often. You know why? Disneyland encourages stray cats to hang out in the park. Yup.

disneyland cat


Pirates of the Caribbean was the very last ride that Walt Disney supervised the construction of. Oh, and there's a real human skull in the ride. It's in the treasure room at the beginning of the ride, see if you can find it next time you go.

pirates of the caribbean


Speaking of Pirates of the Caribbean, a woman was once caught spilling human ashes into the water of the ride. Ever since then, fans have been requesting that their ashes be spread on Disneyland rides. Hey, whatever floats your boat.

pirates water


There is a basketball court inside the Matterhorn. Enough said.



My favorite ride at Disneyland is the Indiana Jones ride. And to make it even cooler the stuff in his office while you're waiting in line are actual props from the film. Awesome!



Over 100,000 lightbulbs are used to light the buildings on Main Street, U 5 pilule de viagra.S.A.

Main Street USA at night


There is a secret series of underground tunnels underneath Disneyland. Okay, it's not really that much of a secret since tons of people know about them. The employee use the tunnels to quickly move around in the park.

disneyland underground


Splash Mountain isn't exactly the most accurate name for the ride. Flash Mountain is more like it actually. Why? Because tons of women have taken the opportunity to show off their assets to the camera. In fact, there is someone whose sole job is to filter out the "bad" photos so innocent families don't get an "eye-full".

splash mountain jenga

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