Disneyland random fact: The Haunted Mansion is actually located outside of Disneyland. When you walk through the portrait hall on the way to the "stretching" room, you're really walking under Disney's railroad tracks toward a soundstage-like building outside of the park. The stretching room is really an elevator that takes you underground into this soundstage.
Love your Disney random facts =D - StitchEars
303.4 #593 8:46AM
My grandpa was one of the main contractors for the HM! I love hearing all his stories on how they built it, and the obstacles they went through! - MinnieJ-AnnCM
199.2 #1645 1:57PM
Is there a way that you can arrange a mouse wait meet up with your grandpa?
-Jordan - tonyjord3 202.6 #1592 10:19AM
@Alice! Thank you! I love this! I heard about this before but the visual is super helpfull :) Thank you for sharing! Hope your having a great day! When are you guys making it out to the parks next? - BooEve123
800.3 #115 9:38AM
Monday! We won't be there for the Halloween party but we will be there during the day. Will you be there? - lesley.belle. 261.8 #898 10:06AM
Is it because no one is allowed to die in Disney and there are a lot of dead things in there!? Ha! - KelcieGrace
51.3 #3731 9:39AM
It truly is amazing how smart they are and how you don't even think of that when you are on it! - AshleyLynn22
747.6 #136 9:42AM
Great info.. Thank you so much - Twinklelashes
144.4 #2378 10:05AM
By in the park, do you mean within the railroad confines, or property. - splashphotoCM
880.9 #101 10:54AM
It's a picture of the Walt Disney world one, I couldnt find a photo like this of ours so I just used this one to show you all an example of what the idea is. It's the same idea at both WDW and Disneyland. - lesley.belle.
261.8 #898 11:04AM
Very interesting, thank you for that fact! - markeymouse
270.9 #817 1:53PM
I believe you are also passing under the Disneyland Railroad tracks too. - Tom
3875.8 #7 11:43AM