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  • [Question] VIP areas / Tours the average person would not know about? VIP guest secrets?

    So far I found some things out that not everyone gets to do... such as

    Ride the Lilly Belle

    Then tour Walt's Apartment in Main Street.

    I never knew anyone could do these things until I stumbled upon them online

    And you know that there's a Club called 30 some er maybe it was called 39 lol

    But, that is the kind of things I wanna know about. Are there any other special things people who have the money, or connections can do other then what I named? If so where in the park are they? And even if it has nothing to do with money... what are some things no everyone knows about that you can do?


    THANKS SAAMM! lol then its club 33

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    Re: VIP areas / Tours the average person would not know about? VIP guest secrets?

    It's Club 33

    You don't have to pay anything, after park admission, to ride the Lilly Belle

    Theres the Dream Suite in New Orleans Square.

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    • #3
      Re: VIP areas / Tours the average person would not know about? VIP guest secrets?

      I find that awesome! Anything else and are there any special things in California Adventure? How about on all the Disneyland properties?

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        Re: VIP areas / Tours the average person would not know about? VIP guest secrets?

        Originally posted by Tamkins1985 View Post
        I find that awesome! Anything else and are there any special things in California Adventure? How about on all the Disneyland properties?
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          Re: VIP areas / Tours the average person would not know about? VIP guest secrets?

          really?

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            Re: VIP areas / Tours the average person would not know about? VIP guest secrets?

            Originally posted by gtsouthard View Post
            really?
            ????

            Ta Da!

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            • #7
              Re: VIP areas / Tours the average person would not know about? VIP guest secrets?

              1) Ride the wheelhouse in the Mark Twain - just ask to do this
              2) Tender seat on the train - also just ask
              3) Caboose on the train - I have yet to do this, and I think it's just more rare for the caboose to be out running than that it's limited
              4) You can ask for a map on the Jungle Cruise ride, it's kind of neat
              5) Wake the Tiki Room birds - I have also not done this and just recently read that it's a possibility

              These types of threads pop up pretty often, so if you read back a week or two I'm sure you'll find more information! It's always fun to find out these things, as it makes the parks even more exciting when you're on a mission!


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                Re: VIP areas / Tours the average person would not know about? VIP guest secrets?

                You can ask for a map on the Jungle Cruise Ride? is this any different than the normal Park Map?

                Whats involved in waking up the birds in the tikki room?

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                  Re: VIP areas / Tours the average person would not know about? VIP guest secrets?

                  Originally posted by KellyMcG86 View Post
                  2) Tender seat on the train - also just ask
                  3) Caboose on the train - I have yet to do this, and I think it's just more rare for the caboose to be out running than that it's limited
                  I've done #3 before in the past (very VIP and fun, no one to bug you! Haha) but I haven't done #2 yet! What exactly is the "tender seat"? *n00b question...lulz*

                  )
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                    Re: VIP areas / Tours the average person would not know about? VIP guest secrets?

                    Originally posted by KellyMcG86 View Post
                    1) Ride the wheelhouse in the Mark Twain - just ask to do this
                    2) Tender seat on the train - also just ask
                    3) Caboose on the train - I have yet to do this, and I think it's just more rare for the caboose to be out running than that it's limited
                    4) You can ask for a map on the Jungle Cruise ride, it's kind of neat
                    5) Wake the Tiki Room birds - I have also not done this and just recently read that it's a possibility

                    These types of threads pop up pretty often, so if you read back a week or two I'm sure you'll find more information! It's always fun to find out these things, as it makes the parks even more exciting when you're on a mission!
                    Done them all except #5.

                    Riding the caboose is different than the Lilly Belle.
                    If you see a cute yellow lab puppy with a yellow cape, WAVE! It might be us! (Or it may be someone else that lurks here!) Thank you for asking before you pet! Next trip, Dec 22-Jan 3rd.

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                    • #11
                      Re: VIP areas / Tours the average person would not know about? VIP guest secrets?

                      Originally posted by soothseyer View Post
                      I've done #3 before in the past (very VIP and fun, no one to bug you! Haha) but I haven't done #2 yet! What exactly is the "tender seat"? *n00b question...lulz*

                      )



                      My son got to ride a few years ago and ring the bell. (click picture above for video)

                      (I believe that is what this references, correct me if I'm wrong)

                      Ta Da!

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                        Re: VIP areas / Tours the average person would not know about? VIP guest secrets?

                        Originally posted by clara View Post


                        My son got to ride a few years ago and ring the bell. (click picture above for video)

                        (I believe that is what this references, correct me if I'm wrong)
                        Adding it to my Disney bucket list. Slowly, it's coming together. Thanks for posting that, clara!
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                          Re: VIP areas / Tours the average person would not know about? VIP guest secrets?

                          My understanding is to ride the tender seat, you must board at Main St and ride all the way around and exit at Main St.

                          I have ridden in the front of the Monorail. Same thing, just ask the CM. My son got to honk the horn as we approached the stations.
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