6. Scattering Ashes
There’s an epidemic of covert (human) ash-scattering at Disneyland, a practice that has spread from the Haunted Mansion to the Pirates of the Caribbean. The scatterers generally get away clean, and the human remains are subsequently cleaned away by special janitors who are charged with keeping the Park in compliance with health rules about containing particulate matter.
7. Splash Mountain
This boat ride takes you through the world of Disney’s classic film, Song of the South. But be prepared for a 45-degree drop down a 16-meter high waterfall! Your plunge will be captured on film!
8. Hidden Basketball court
Legend has it that there is a secret basketball court located inside that most famous fake mountain located in the Los Angeles area. Instead of a secret Bondian evil villain lair with shark tanks and stolen Rembrandt’s, the secret room in the Disneyland Matterhorn is actually a half-court basketball court.
9. Pirates Of The Caribbean Ride
Pirates of the Caribbean is a dark ride attraction at Disneyland, the Magic Kingdom, Tokyo Disneyland, and Disneyland Park in Paris. The original version at Disneyland, which opened in 1967, was the last attraction whose construction was overseen by Walt Disney; he died three months before it opened. The ride, which tells the story of a band of pirates and their troubles and exploits, was replicated at the Magic Kingdom in 1973, at Tokyo Disneyland in 1983, and at Disneyland Paris in 1992. Each of the initial four versions of the ride has a different facade but a similar ride experience.
10. Happy City
Architecture shapes happiness is Disneyland, “The Happiest Place on Earth”. Every architectural detail was designed with the express purpose of tipping the hedonic scale. Disney can give you the sense that you have come home, no matter where in the world you grew up.
Disneyland is full of amusement and thrill! What are you waiting for? Go, enjoy the moment. Love Disney? Read about these movie quotes from Disney which will surely inspire you!