In the sun-kissed heart of the Golden State, a realm of boundless magic and wonder awaits Guests at Disneyland California. Disneyland Resort stands as a beacon of imagination, where Guests from around the world step into a world where dreams are woven into reality and enchantment knows no bounds.
Disneyland has been delighting generations since its grand opening on July 17, 1955. Walt Disney’s dream was to craft a haven where families could bask in shared joy and where beloved characters and timeless tales could step out of the screen and into the hearts of those who wander through its gates.
Disneyland is home to two wondrous theme parks, each with its own unique charm, weaved together to create a symphony of emotions and adventures, Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park. Disneyland Park is the heart and soul of Disneyland California. Guests stroll onto Main Street, U.S.A. and can spot Sleeping Beauty Castle. Disneyland Park unfolds into a multitude of themed lands, each a captivating world of its own Guests can explore different attractions such as “it’s a small world,” Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway, Jungle Cruise, Haunted Manion, Star Wars Rise of the Resistance, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage, and several other attractions.
Next door at Disney California Adventure Park, Guests can immerse themself in different lands such as Grizzly Peak, Pixar Pier, Cars Land, and several more. Guests can experience thrilling attractions such as Guardians of the Galaxy Mission: BREAKOUT!, Radiator Springs Racers, Inside Out Emotional Whirlwind, Incredicoaster, and much more.
Disneyland Guests who bring smaller children tend to have issues when it comes to bathroom planning. With strategic planning at Disneyland and thoughtful design, restroom facilities are often conveniently located near or even within attraction queues. These facilities seamlessly blend into the thematic surroundings, ensuring that a bathroom break doesn’t break the enchanting spell woven throughout the Park. Smaller Guests have been seen going in bushes, near the bathrooms, or anywhere they can go right then.
In a social media post, One Disneyland Guest is waiting in line for Radiator Springs Racers and was waiting for a while when an older man and child were getting close to the front of the line and the child had to go to the bathroom. The older man then asks the child if they can hold it. Of course, the child says no, and other Guests offeedr to hold their spot in line for the child to go. Instead of coming back to the line, the older man lifted the kid over the handrail and pointed to the wall at The Bottle House.
Had this happen in the line for radiator springs racers. Shortly after it opened my GF and I were in line for a long time, it was probably like a 2-2.5 hour line, right in front of an older man and what looked like his grandson (kid is 3-5yo). We get close to the front and the kid has to go pee. The grandpa asks if he can hold it but its a definite “no.” I turn around to offer to hold their place in line, but he has already hoisted the kid over the handrail and is pointing behind the bottle house, where the kid immediately goes and pees against the wall.
While accidents happen from time to time at Disneyland due to sickness or other issues, Guests should follow Disney’s rules and use the correct location for bathrooms. Disney Cast Members work hard to keep the Park clean.
Where is the weirdest place you have seen someone go to the restroom at Disneyland?