Disneyland's Club 33 Reopens for Membership

The main dining room at Disneyland's Club 33

Good news, Neatoramanauts: For the first time in decades, Disney has reopened membership to its secretive Club 33.

The bad news? It costs $25,000 to join, with annual dues of $10,000.

Disney officials announced that a limited number of memberships would be offered in honor of Club 33's 45th anniversary and the completion of a major, five-year expansion project at California Adventure.

Less than 500 people are rumored to be on the Club 33 roster, and interest in membership grew to such staggering levels that, about a decade ago, even the waiting list was closed.

But now — for an initial price tag of $25,000 and annual dues of $10,000 — new members will once again have access to the New Orleans Square restaurant, get sneak peaks at new attractions and other perks.

The Los Angeles Times has the details: Link

Previously on Neatorama: 10 Secrets from the Wonderful World of Disney | 10 Cool Secrets About Disneyland

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