12 Fascinating Theme Park Secrets That Are Worth Waiting In Line For
These park secrets, hacks, and little known facts for different theme parks actually made us nostalgic for standing in crowds and paying $7 for a bottle of water! Vote up your favorites, and be sure to check out our other theme park secret lists on Universal Studios, Disneyland, and Six Flags Magic Mountain!
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"Magic Water"Photo: @happinessismarveling / Instagram
We know that if you ask for water, Disney will give you small, free cup of water. Rumor on the internet is that if you ask for "magic water" you may occasionally get lucky and get a free cup of Sprite! While it's debated on different blogs, social media platforms, and discussion boards, Disney goers like Dave B have reported that this is something that has worked for them before: "...it has worked three times in the last two days. They cast member looked at me and smiled every time and then gave me a large sprite." Definitely sounds like it worth a try!
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Edible Plants In Tomorrowland
One of the themes of Tomorrowland in Disney is sustainability. To go along with that, most of the plants in this part of the part are edible. For a list of some of the plants, check this out!
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Free Bag Swag
You can sometimes get free Splash Mountain themed ziplock bags in line for Splash Mountain to keep your valuables dry.
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Disney's Feral Cats
Disneyland has a long history of feral cats roaming the property. They've been around (unintentionally) since the park opened and were never removed because they help limit rodents and, honestly, don't hurt anybody. The cats were not publicly acknowledged until 2010 when the LA Times wrote about them. They are taken care of by park employees and vets.
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Some guests and employees have claimed that the Peanuts Playhouse in Knotts Berry Farms is haunted. Weird, paranormal incidents have been reported: lights flickering, spooky sounds, and body chills have all allegedly been experienced. Read more about it here.
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Things called "smellitizers" are all over both Disneyland. According to Disney blogs, including the Duchess of Disney, these machines pump mood-setting smells into the park, like freshly baked cookies, ginger, and grass. Read more about it here!