43 Amazing Disney California Adventure and Disneyland Facts and Statistics (June 2017)

Please note that some of these numbers are easier to find than others, so some of these are based on news reports and not official company tallies. All stats are linked to their source unless it was sent to me directly from the company. No stat listed here should be considered in making any type of investment decision. In other words: This is the best I can find, but I don’t guarantee anything.

Number of quick service and table service locations at Disneyland Resort that offer allergy-friendly menus:


Number of food and beverage cast members employed at the Disneyland Resort:


Number of food and beverage locations at Disneyland Resort:


Number of different food items available at Disneyland Resort:


Average number of Mickey-shaped pretzels consumed at Disneyland Resort annually:


Average number of hot dogs consumed at Disneyland Resort annually:


Number of kids meals served annually at Disneyland Resort:

12 million

Year the Disneyland Hotel opened:


Year Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel opened:


Cars Land opening at Disney California Adventure:

June 2012

Number of parking spaces being added with the new parking garage at Disneyland:

6,800 spaces

Average number of Disneyland wishes granted through Make-A-Wish annually:


Last updated 6/12/17

Number of Southern California jobs Disneyland supports (in addition to castmembers):

25,000 jobs

Last updated 6/12/17

Growth in Disneyland workforce from 2005-2015:

approx 65%

Total amount of convention and meeting space at Disneyland:

20,000 sq ft

Last updated 6/12/17

Total number of fountains used in the World of Color show:


Number of scuba divers Disney employs at Disneyland:


Last updated 6/12/17

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