We’ve heard of exclusive clubs in Los Angeles or New York, but Disneyland? Welcome to Club 33. Located in New Orleans Square within Disneyland, the facility is a full-service bar with servers.
It is believed that the place opened in order to accommodate the 33 corporate sponsors of Disneyland in the 1960’s. Corporate members have to pay an initiation fee of $40,000. In order to enter the room, you are required to press a buzzer on the intercom which is hidden underneath a panel in the doorway.
Sounds pretty stealth right? Or you can tap your membership card over an emblem, which is probably the more 21st century way to enter. Once inside, you are free to explore one of two levels. The second floor houses many pieces of antique furniture that were collected by Lillian Disney, as well as various props from classic Disney movies.
A second Club 33 is located in Tokyo Disneyland. Rather than being located in New Orleans Square, it is located on Center Street of World Bazaar, the park’s version of Main Street, U.S.A.