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Updated on August 9, 2015

Suri Cruise Slept In Cindarella's Castle

There are lots of perks to being a celebrity child, and one of them is extra access to Disneyland. The suite for six - which was also an apartment for Walt - is generally reserved for charities and events.

The Other Disney Club

Club 33, the most exclusive club in the world, is housed in Disneyland. The secret spot is behind a nondescript green door, located in New Orleans square. The wait list is 10 years long, and initiation fees go up to $10,000.

Here Kitty, Kitty

Every night, 200 feral cats are released to prowl after guests have gone home. The cats are a great way to control the rodent population, keeping the park free of any mice not named "Mickey."

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

Steve Martin used to work in the magic shop in Disneyland.

Childhood Memories

Disneyland's Main St. is meant as a replica of Marceline, Missouri, Walt Disney's boyhood town. The street is scented with vanilla during warm months and peppermint during the holidays.

He's All Over The Place

There are Mickey Mouse's all over Disneyland. So many, no one knows how many there are!

Hit The Nail on the Head

There's a spike in the ground of the Castle Passage leading to Fantasyland. Before Toontown was built, this spike marked the very center of the park.

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