Updated March 6, 2020
I try to never write about or share information on experiences at Disneyland that are not available to everyone.
However, many of you have asked about Club 33.
Here’s a quick summary of what it’s all about.
And, below, you can find what I know and what I’ve been lucky enough to be part of.
Club 33 is a super exclusive club located in the heart of New Orleans Square. It’s only open to members and membership is no joke. It takes forever to join and it’s out of most guests’ budgets.
I have a dear friend who allows me to tag along sometimes and I never enter or leave without knowing how lucky I am to be there.
Check out what Wikipedia has on the club. There is no official website hosted by Disneyland that shares info on the club. You can’t register to join online. It’s all very secretive and exclusive and way out of my reach.
Take a look at my first visit. It was everything I had hoped it would be and more.
I don’t post often on my visits to the club, but I do share peeks at it on Instagram when I go. Find me there to keep up.
Currently, the club is celebrating its 50th anniversary. During the celebration, members (plus one) have been invited to take several tours around the Disneyland Resort.
Take a look at a few of those:
The tours are not open to the public. Again, I’m just extremely lucky to be able to tag along.
California Adventure houses Club 33’s more casual version, called 1901. It’s located in the Carthay Circle Restaurant and is also only open to Club 33 members.
It’s more laid back than the Disneyland location, but still totally luxurious with fantastic service.
Check out my first visit there.
So much fun!