Disneyland is the happiest place on Earth. We all have happy memories of the amusement park that features on every mortal’s bucket list. No matter how many times you visit, there is always something new waiting. Among the many lesser-known facts about Disneyland are that the plants in Tomorrowland are all edible; A fake pet cemetery exists behind the Haunted Mansion, and there is a basketball court at the top of the Matterhorn. One of the best-kept secrets, in all, is the unassuming hidden door, costing $33,000 to enter. What can be behind the door that’s so staggeringly priced?
It is not an exhilarating rollercoaster ride or a shop but a magical place that brings adults joy! The secret door leads you to an adult world devoid of cartoon characters, screaming kids, and popcorn.
You are met with spacious bars and restaurants with decadent furniture and cocktails to soothe your deranged senses. Dubbed Disney’s exclusive Club 33, the place was created by none other than Walt Disney himself to entertain his VIP friends.
According to Latest Page News, It offers “special access and exceptional service at Club 33 locations at Walt Disney World Resort,” and “each venue is uniquely themed to represent Walt and Lillian’s adventures around the world.” Peace and quiet are not the only advantages of this membership; it brings several benefits, such as annual passes to the parks, 50-day tickets, and five non-public VIP excursions per year. For those wondering if the $33,000 membership can take you to Walt Disney’s apartment above the fire station, no, that’s still off-limits, even 55 years after he died. Now we know there are some things money can’t buy!