Thursday, March 01, 2007

Smells of Disneyland

A recent thread on ever-mentioned Mouse Planet had me wondering: If you were to bottle up a scent from Disneyland, what would you pick?

The scent at the beginning of Pirates of the Caribbean was a popular answer | My photo

One of the most frequent answers was the smell at the beginning of the popular attraction Pirates of the Caribbean, which was described as a "chlorine-like scent." Other answers included the scent of fresh churros, roasting coffee at Disney's California Adventure, and the Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor in Main Street, U.S.A.

With that being said, what is your answer? I personally enjoy the smell of the first lagoon in Pirates as well, as it reminds me that I'm in Disneyland.


yanjunj said...
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mickeyfan said...

The only "scent" I can think of is the wet, musty smell of Pirates. That is interesting though, I wonder if Disney intentionally adds the scents in some of their attractions?

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Noel Nowak said...

my belief is Disneyland has been putting chemical smoke into most rides. now their is nothing dangerous about inhaling this smoke! the chemical smoke is a anti-depressant, its too make you feel extra happy, the only side effects includes: clumsiness and increased appetite. Disneyland even has labels warning you about the chemicals