Claim:   A

Club 33

private club (the only place in the park where alcohol is served) is housed in Disneyland’s New Orleans Square.


Status:   True.

Origins:   Club 33, open only to members and their guests, has been a part of New Orleans Square since 1967. Originally intended as a private facility where Walt Disney could entertain park sponsors and lessees, Club 33 did not open until several months after Disney’s death. The club’s facilities were made available to the public through limited memberships, and Club 33 has operated unobtrusively in Disneyland’s New Orleans Square ever since.

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View Club 33 description
  Club 33 description

 
View Club 33 membership information
  Membership information

 
View Club 33 myths and secrets
  Club 33 myths and secrets

 
View doorway and lobby photos
  Doorway and Lobby

  View gallery photos   The Gallery

 
View trophy room photos
  The Trophy Room

  View lounge alley photos   Lounge Alley

  View main dining room photos   Main Dining Room

Last updated:   21 August 2007

 



  Sources Sources:

    Johnson, Kevin.   “No Mickey Mouse Club Here.”

    Los Angeles Times.   8 September 1991   (p. B1).

    Koenig, David.   Mouse Tales: A Behind-the-Ears Look at Disneyland.

    Irvine, CA: Bonaventure Press, 1994.   ISBN 0-9640605-5-8   (pp. 53-58).

    Perko, Marko.   Did You Know That . . .?

    New York: Berkley Books, 1994.   ISBN 0-425-14343-0   (pp. 234-236).

    Poundstone, William.   Bigger Secrets.

    Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1986.   ISBN 0-395-45397-6   (pp. 221-222).

    Club 33 Information Sheet and Membership Application.