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Disneyland Trivia: The Answers!

Here are the answers to Monday's Disneyland Trivia! How many did you get right?
 
 
1.) How many tea cups can guests ride in at the Mad Tea Party attraction?

18
 

2.) What is the tallest attraction at the Disneyland Resort, and how tall is it?

The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, 183 feet


3.) What are the names of the four stars of the Enchanted Tiki Room?

Fritz, Pierre, Michael and Jose

 
4.) The Carthay Circle Restaurant recently opened at Disney’s California Adventure park. What Disney movie premiered at the actual Carthay Circle Theater in Los Angeles?

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

 
 
5.) Where can guests view Fantasmic! at Disneyland?
 
Rivers of America


6.) What are the three new attractions that were brought in as part of Cars Land at Disney’s California Adventure?
 
Radiator Springs Racers, Luigi’s Flying Tires, Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree


7.) What was the last attraction in Disneyland that Walt supervised before he passed away?

Pirates of the Caribbean


8.) Which celebrity lends their voice to the launch countdown of the California Screamin’ roller coaster?

Neil Patrick Harris


9.) What is the newest parade to make its home at Disneyland?
 
Mickey’s Soundsational Parade


10.) Near what attraction can guests obtain a FastPass for World of Color?

Grizzly River Run


We hope you had fun participating in our trivia! We're happy to announce the winner is Bonnie B! Congratulations Bonnie!

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