5 Things You’ve Never Noticed At Disneyland
Going to Disneyland is already a magical experience but there’s even more magic that meets the eye. Here’s 5 things you’ve never noticed at Disneyland.
While traveling through Adventureland keep your eyes peeled for a little home belonging to a leprechaun by the name of Patrick Begorra. If you’re not familiar with his tale check out the1955 Golden Book “The Little Man of Disneyland.”
Next time you go to grab popcorn take a close look closely at who’s making the popcorn, you’ll notice tiny Popcorn People.
You most likely won’t run into these little fellas, but there are many feral cats that call Disneyland home. The park not only feeds them but pays for any medical issues they may have. It’s rumored that these feral cats act as mouse exterminators.
Brick Wall Test
On Center Street, right off of Main Street (by the lockers) there is a simple brick wall with a water fountain. If you take a moment to study the wall, you’ll notice that there are various types of masonry techniques featured there. Legend has it that the park tried out different styles and they never took down or covered up this wall.
The Dream Suite
The Dream Suite is exactly what it sounds like, a dream. If you get lucky, you could spend a night in the Dream Suite. This apartment is right above the Pirates of Caribbean in Adventureland and features special effects in the rooms, a sprawling balcony overlooking the park and the chance to walk around in your bathrobe after hours.