Well, we all love Disney parks, don’t we? But did you know these insane facts about them? I bet you didn’t, till now. Here are 15 of the most insane facts about Disney Parks that you did not know till now.
#1 Apart from Department of Defense, there is no other entity who buys more explosives than Disney in the US. They are just for fireworks, though.
#2 There are some Disney parks with underground tunnels to keep the operations such as trash removal away from the visitors.
#3 It required a literal congress act to for the installation of Presidential Seal in the Hall of Presidents. The only other places where this exists is The White House and Liberty Bell in Philadelphia.
#4 The legend himself, Walt Disney decided against selling the Chewing Gum to keep the sidewalks clean. You can, however, bring your own gums.
#5 The brown path which is looping through the Liberty Square is just a resemblance of that sewage which ran through the colonial streets back in time. We don’t mean to gross you out here, guys.
#6 There are over 100 cats which have Disneyland as their home. With them residing here, mice population is under control.
#7 Today, it costs you $97 for an admission in Disneyland. Back in 1955, when Disneyland first opened, it only cost you $1 for the admission.
#8 The restaurant, Casa de Fritos, invented Doritos in Disneyland. However, the restaurant is now not around anymore.
#9 The Matterhorn mountain includes a small basketball court near the top for the employees to hang out.
#10 Throughout their tenure, Disneyland has been closed only 6 times. One time because of the 9/11 and other five because of hurricanes.
#11 When you are in a Disney park, you will never walk more than 30 steps before you find a garbage bin. The number of steps is exactly how far people go with trash in their hand.
#12 One of the amazing facts is that the Cinderella’s Castle at the Magic Kingdom is capable of handling up to 125 miles per hour of wind gusts due to the steel frame and thick concrete walls.
#13 There are chemical formulas for mustard, ketchup, and mayonnaise printed on the yellow, red, and white pipes which are running above the dinosaur ride.
#14 The castle is shorter than what it appears to the naked eye because the smaller windows and bricks create an illusion of the castle being bigger.
#15 The employees frequently find some people scattering the ashes of their loved ones around many attractions and rides including the haunted mansion.