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Are you allowed to bring flowers to Disneyland?

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  • [Chat] Are you allowed to bring flowers to Disneyland?

    Question: am I allowed to bring flowers into Disneyland (a small bouquet) and if so, where is a good place to keep it while in the parks?

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    Re: Are you allowed to bring flowers to Disneyland?

    Originally posted by OHSNAPiTSEG View Post
    Question: am I allowed to bring flowers into Disneyland (a small bouquet) and if so, where is a good place to keep it while in the parks?
    Here's the list of items that are currently no allowed in the park...

    I don't see flowers on the list, so you might be in good shape. Keeping them fresh might be another matter. If it's a cool day, they might survive for a while in one of the larger lockers, but that might be about it. Maybe leave them in a cooler in the car?

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      Re: Are you allowed to bring flowers to Disneyland?

      You should be fine, but I'd call first.
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        Re: Are you allowed to bring flowers to Disneyland?

        I brought flowers into the park a few years ago and had no issues any of the times we did so. The flowers were placed at the feet of Buddy the dog in the Pet Cemetary to honor the passing of Buddy Baker.
        Anything listed on the park maps as an attraction is fair game for inclusion in the Rally.
        I cannot confirm nor deny the inclusion of any attraction in the Rally.



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          Re: Are you allowed to bring flowers to Disneyland?

          Hey thanks guys!

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