Are you ready to test your knowledge of Disneyland like a true Park Pass Pro? Get ready as we challenge you, your family, and your friends to a Provost Park Pass Challenge!
For this Provost Park Pass Challenge, we want you to locate the top 10 park benches in Disneyland. Disneyland’s benches aren’t just ordinary, they are themed to each land, provide much-needed relaxation, and they may even spark your imagination! When you find one of the benches, take a picture by or on the bench, and post it on Instagram and tag us @provostparkpass. If you complete this challenge and post all 10 pictures of all 10 benches on Instagram, we will feature you on the Provost Park Pass Instagram account and showcase your progress as you complete this challenge. You will also win two Provost Park Pass stickers! Remember, some of these benches are very popular so if someone is sitting on the bench come back later, wait until they are done enjoying the bench, or include them in your picture!
Everyday at Disneyland Old Glory is lowered in a flag ceremony. These benches will give you the best views to the only United States flag in the park with all 50 stars. Put your hand over your heart and you’ll find these benches.
A raft is needed to get to this bench. On an island it stands while booty sits. Pirates’ booty that is! Gold! Treasure! You might have to play pretend like Tom and Huck as you try and find this bench on your daring quest!
Ol’ Brer Rabbit must’ve taken up carving and made benches to look like some of his pals! You can choose a Turtle, Rabbit, Beaver, or Moose. Grab a treat at Pooh Corner, dry off from Splash, and enjoy Amanda’s favorite benches.
Sit back and admire the street that was inspired by Marceline, Missouri. Before you catch the train, catch the view as you sit on these benches. Prime for parades, these are also reserved at times for fireworks.
In between Fantasyland and Frontier, this bench is on a path where few go. It might be hard to find, so just ask Mr. Smythe and Mr. Jones before they perform on the stage where Swing Dancers swing on Saturday nights.
It may be the most coveted bench on Main Street to watch the parades, but husbands used to sit on this bench as their wives tried on lingerie. In Disneyland? How scandalous! Maxwell Brassier Company of Los Angeles closed their doors after only six months of operation and the Wizard of Bras was no more. Yet, this bench stayed and the undergarment legend remained.
This loooooooooooonnnnnnnnggggggggg bench is where the King and Queen use the royal bathrooms. Stretch out your legs and you might even see a White Rabbit hopping by.
Honest Abe never sat on this bench, but he would have enjoyed it. Cool off and stay awhile as you look upon the US Capitol. You better be on your best behavior, you never know when Mr. Lincoln is watching you!
Is that Lava???? From a Volcano??? No…. It’s a bench! Eat a DOLE WHIP® as you wait to hear José, Michael, Fritz, and Pierre serenade you along with their other feathered friends. Tiki gods might even entertain you.
Walt Disney once said, “I only hope that we don't lose sight of one thing - that it was all started by a mouse.” It can also be said that Disneyland was all started by a bench! This bench to be exact! Find this Griffith Park original and you’ll find the bench that Walt himself sat on when he dreamt up the Happiest Place on Earth!
Are you up for the challenge? Don’t forget to post a picture of you at each bench on Instagram and tag us so we can share your Provost Park Pass Challenge journey on our account.
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