1. The Beatles officially broke up at the Polynesian Resort
On vacation there in December of 1974, John Lennon signed the papers to make their dissolution legal
2. 14 of the original rides still operate today
1. It's a Small World
2. The Haunted Mansion
3. Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room
4. Tomorrowland Speedway
5. Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
6. Mad Tea Party
7. Jungle Cruise
8. Dumbo the Flying Elephant
9. Fronterirland Shootin' Arcade
10. The Hall of Presidents
11. Country Bear Jamboree
12. Walt Disney World Railroad
13. Swiss Family Tree House
14. Peter Pan's Flight
3. The ground is painted to enhance photos
After an experiment was done by Kodak, Disney opted for a painted ground to make each photo appear more vivid.
4. The hitching posts on Main Street are painted every night
Disney is known for how much detail they put into everything but did you know that each night, the hitching posts are stripped and repainted so they look fresh the next morning for guests?
5. The plants in Tomorrowland are edible
Because Walt believed the future would be self-sustaining, each plant is edible.
6. You'll never see a store in a Disney Park selling gum
No store in Disney is allowed to sell gum, a caution to keep the pavement as clean as possible
7. Presidental Fashion
Each presidents outfit in the Hall of President's is made tailored to their time Era. If there wasn't a sewing machine in their time, then Disney makes their suit hand-stitched. Another fun fact....Bill Clinton is made to be wearing his favorite Iron Man Watch
8. Every costume is handmade
The Presidents aren't the only ones to get handmade costumes. Each costume at Disney is handmade to create authenticity and detail.
9 . Disneyland has about 200 Cats to help rodent control
All spayed and neutered and properly taken care of, Disneyland is actually home to about 200 cats..what did those cats do to get lucky with such a sweet gig?
10. A Lifetime Of Disney Hotels
If you were to stay in each Disney World Hotel Room for 1 night, it would take you about 68 years.....68 years in Disney? Doesn't sound too bad to me.