Hollywood Secrets: Club 33 is the exclusive club at Disneyland you didn't know about

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If you want to ultimate Disneyland experience, you'll have to shell out a whole lotta cash!

Inside the magical park is Club 33, Walt Disney's version of a VIP lounge. Named after its location at 33 Royal Street in Disneyland's New Orleans Square, Club 33 serves a six-course tasting menu of French and New American food and is decorated with antiques chosen by Walt Disney and his wife. It's also the only place in the park that serves alcohol.

The exclusive membership list, which consists of 500 people, includes a few Hollywood big names, like Tom Hanks.

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And not surprisingly, if you want to become a member, you're going to have to wait! The waiting list to join is over 10 years long (yes, you read that right) and the initiation fee is $25,000. The expenses also don't stop once you become a member, because you have to pay annual dues of around $10,000 per year.

If the pictures inside the secret club are any indication, it's worth every penny! Fine china with the gold Club 33 logo emblazoned on the center is on every table, while the bar is overflowing with every and any bottle fine alcohol you can imagine.

And believe or not, Club 33 adheres to a very strict dress code policy -- if you're wearing a crop top, flip flops, cutoff shorts, sweatpants or baring your shoulders in a tank top, you will not be allowed to eat at the club. Yikes!

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