This land features several twisty side streets (all with addresses)
and many different shops. The Pirates of Caribbean and Haunted Mansion
are both located here, as well as the Disney Gallery shop which
was originally being built as an apartment for Walt Disney. The
secret Club 33 members-only restaurant is up on the second
story, while a public Blue Bayou restaurant lets diners enjoy a
meal under moonlight as they watch boats pass by on their way to
visit the pirates.
Trivia: Each building has an actual address. Club 33 is
called that because its street address is 33.
Trivia: Yes, the excellent clam chowder and spicy gumbo
that you can get from the Royal Street Veranda is actually made
at Disneyland. The Mint Julep, though, comes from a concentrate
syrup box just like Coca Cola.
Trivia: Above the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction is
the Disney Gallery where you can see exhibits that change from time
to time. This location was originally built to be an apartment for
Walt Disney though he passed away before it was complete. If you
visit, be sure to notice all the electrical outlets. Walt was sure
that electrical gadgets were going to be very important in the future.
There is also a very interesting outdoor air conditioning system.
Ask a cast member for a mini tour.
Trivia: Tokyo Disneyland includes part of New Orleans Square.
At this version, you can actually walk into the Club 33 doorway!
It's a shop, not a secret restaurant.