We all know Disney World for having magic in every corner of their parks; but that doesn’t end there; in addition to that, each of them hides curious secrets that every fan needs to know.
Since Walt Disney opened it, these parks became an extraordinary place full of magic and dreams, and these secrets are going to surprise you even more.
Disney prides itself on looking at the world like a child, and one of the best ways that it illustrates this point is in the statue of Cinderella outside of her castle. From the view of an adult, the statue depicts Cinderella working as a peasant, but from below, children look up to see she is smiling, and that a crown is behind her head.
The police officers are disguised as tourists
The safety at Disneyland is extreme. The park has its own policemen, but they are not visible because each one is dressed like the rest of the visitors, so you will never know if you are talking to the authority or to a visitor.
Thousands of people scatter ashes from their loved ones in the parks
Although this isn't allowed in the park many people do it all the time and authorities know it. Nobody knows the reason but it usually happens int he Flying Dumbos, the Haunted Mansion and, of course, the Cinderella Castle.
No employee is allowed to point with their index finger
You will never see a Disney worker pointing with just one finger. All park employees are instructed to point with either two fingers or their whole hand since pointing with one finger is insulting to some cultures.
A roaming group of cats keeps Mickey Mouse safe
When night falls in the park,employees of the night shift go for a walk and say that there is a group of wild cats that take of the park. They are fed and treated well by everybody.
Club 33: The most exclusive and private one in the world
Located in the center of New Orleans Square, now at 33 Orleans Street, the club is a members-only dining experience consisting of the restaurant and the jazz lounge Le Salon Nouveau. Members also get access to the 1901 Lounge in California Adventure. It's also the only place to serve alcohol in the California park. The club was originally designed as a place for Walt Disney to entertain guests and business associates, but he died about five months before it was officially opened.