Disneyland may be the happiest place on earth, but only if you follow the rules. Seems the popular theme park has a strict set of “prohibitive activities” that could get you kicked out of the park if you break them and instead of a happy and smiling kid, you’ll wind up with a crying monster.
So, what are some of these rules? Well, first off there are a lot of things that are simply banned at Disney, and if you get caught when them you’ll be in trouble. For example, kids are not allowed to enter the park with wheeled shoes, as well as scooters, skateboards and skates, while as much as you may want that perfect picture, selfie sticks are also a no-no. And while many adults will be there with small children, you better make sure your stroller isn’t too big, because any stroller larger than 36 inches by 52 inches, won’t be allowed in.
Other banned items include trailers, large suitcases, folding chairs and drones or remote controlled cars.
Now, it isn’t uncommon to see kids dressed up as their favorite character at the park, and that’s totally okay, but don’t think about joining if you’re an adult. While playing dress-up is fine for those 13 or younger, anyone 14 or older isn’t allowed to wear a costume and/or mask. Along the same lines, adults aren’t allowed to dress as characters and pose with guests.
Guests are also prohibited from running, or smoking or vaping anywhere but the designated areas, and they are not allowed to use “any flag, banner or sign for commercial purposes, or to incite a crowd.”