Underground City at Walt Disney World?

by on July 13, 2009

Everyone who knows me knows that I am an absolute Disney fanatic. I cry when I go to a Disney movie and see the castle before the movie starts because it reminds me of my Disney trips. I love the precision of Disney, the attention to detail, and the way that everything moves so smoothly. More than that, I love the memories that I have of my kids having birthdays in Disney, my husband and I running from ride to ride before we even had kids, and the true family time that we have spent together.

But the other thing that I love are the mysteries of Disney. So many things that you don’t know what to believe. Am I just seeing “hidden Mickeys” everywhere or are they placed there? Is there really an elite, member-only restaurant above the shops in Disneyland? (I know the answer to that one!) Is there really an underground city under Walt Disney World?

To answer that final question, check out this video from Disney Parks that I found on Youtube. It’s only 5 minutes but you actually get a glimpse “behind the magic”!

Edited: If you found this post because you are looking for places to have sex in Disney (which obviously a lot of you are), I don’t have any tips for you. But I found this article that may be of help. Okay, I do have one suggestion. That Bill Nye and Ellen Degeneris ride in EPCOT. I haven’t tried it, but there’s a lot of time in the dark, it’s hardly ever busy, and the benches are roomy.

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carol June 16, 2012 at 8:26 pm

In the 80″s I saw a show about Walt Disney World. It showed that underneath was the workings of the park. It showed where there was a full laundery. Where waste was disposed of. Steps that came up to each station to deliver food, and things to be sold. It showed that the pavement people walk on is special ,soft, so peoples feet doesn’et get so tired. I could go on and on. It was entirely wonderful. I would love to see it again, but never have. Talk about the smart minds that did this. Thank you for everyone

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chris September 22, 2011 at 8:46 pm

btw… ur freaken beautiful 0.0 @ttricia

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chris September 22, 2011 at 8:45 pm

he freaken hated jews 0.0 lol dude @john very crucial he was a freemason part of the rocrucian order huh/?!?!? illuinati!

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Me July 18, 2011 at 9:53 pm

My science teacher told my class about the ‘Underground Disney Railroad’. She use to work at Disney and she said that all the workers go down there and have sex and shit?

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John July 16, 2011 at 7:58 pm

Banksy’s Exit through the gift shop.

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Clare Swindlehurst February 22, 2011 at 4:02 am

My husband and I are huge Disney World fans and last year we took the Keys to the Kingdom Tour at the Magic Kingdom. In four hours we walked pretty much the entire park with our guide pointing out all the little details that the Imagineers had built in – then at the end we went down into the Utilidors under the Magic Kingdom. That place is huge with all the offices and food stores for the restaurants. We also saw the pipe that runs under the bakery where they pipe out the aroma of freshly baked cookies onto Main Street – now that’s pretty cool ;)
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Tricia February 22, 2011 at 9:07 am

How very cool! Did you write a post about it? I would love to link to it!

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Eric Nagel July 28, 2009 at 7:59 am

Wow – thanks for the info. Never been to Disneyland; don’t think we will, either, as Disney World is everything we want. Unless, of course, someone invites me to dinner at Club 33!

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Tricia July 27, 2009 at 6:50 pm

There is an exclusive, members-only restaurant above the shops in Disneyland! It’s called Club 33. Walt Disney had a small apartment above Pirates of the Caribbean. He wanted a place close where he could entertain important guests in private. A restaurant was built overlooking the water. You have to fill out an application and be on a wait list (right now I hear it’s 10 years) for the privilege of joining. Then you have to pay (no one says how much…but it is believed to be several thousand dollars) for the right to join. It’s an amazing experience. You would never believe you were in Disney because there is nothing “Mickey Mouse” about it. Beautiful wooden bar, decor selected by Walt’s wife, and gourmet food. Probably $75-100 a person and up for dinner?

No such thing in Disney World, however. At least not that I have heard of. We are WDW visitors each year as well but have only been to DL once (on our trip to Club 33 without the kids!).

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Jason February 9, 2011 at 2:25 pm

The fact that it is named Club 33 is very interesting to me as many feel that Walt Disney was a freemason, and the number 33 is very significant to them.

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Eric Nagel July 27, 2009 at 6:21 pm

We go to Florida every year… just got our tickets in the mail a few days ago for the upcoming years (10-day, no expiration). So, what’s the answer to the members-only restaurant above the shops on Main St.?

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