Hey Mr. Postman! Famous Disneyland Park Addresses

Michele Himmelberg

by , Public Relations Director, Disneyland Resort

Have you ever noticed that Disneyland park has its own unique addresses? They’re one of the many details that Imagineers have placed in the park through the years to make Disneyland a new experience every time you visit.

As you would expect, Main Street, U.S.A., boasts many numbers that mark a particular place. Many of you are probably familiar with the Disneyland Fire House near City Hall. Just above the Fire House, there’s a window where the light is always on – signifying Walt Disney’s presence. But did you know the engine company has an actual address? 105 Town Square, Main Street, U.S.A., Disneyland.

The Disneyland Fire House on Main Street, U.S.A., at Disneyland Park

Over in Mickey’s Toontown, look for the iconic yellow house that is Mickey’s residence. It’s officially located at 1 Neighborhood Lane, Mickey’s Toontown.

There are many such addresses throughout the lands, attractions and shops, including several in New Orleans Square. Looking for a little Jack Skellington fix? Why not duck into No. 35 Royal Street, where the gothic Le Bat en Rouge awaits you. But that’s only if you can resist the sweet aromas coming from No. 31 Royal Street, home of the Blue Bayou Restaurant.

The Blue Bayou Restaurant in New Orleans Square at Disneyland Park

What are some of the unique addresses that you’ve spied in Disneyland park – or elsewhere at the Disneyland Resort?


  • Seems the “secret” address is the most famous one in the park! lol

  • The best address is 33 Royal Street. Dinner or Lunch is simply amazing.

  • 360 Tomorrowland Way: The Elises House (Inoventions)

  • Speaking of.. I miss sending post cards with an unique postal stamp mark from the park.

  • 1313.

  • Club 33? Big deal. I’ve eaten at Club 34.

  • I love Disneyland and all of its details! I love the fact that several buildings in the park have addresses.

  • When I was 21 my Aunt took a picture of me while sitting on a long staircase that used to be in New Orleans’ square, wearing a long red checkered cotton dress. Don’t know what happened to the staircase though but it didn’t go anywhere I believe. Just found the picture a few days ago. It was taken in 1969 while on vacation, just love that place been there 25 times.

  • What is the address of the castle? 🙂

  • I was at Le Bat En Rouge last week today. I can assure you, it’s the home of Jack swag. I bought my newest jack sweater there. 🙂

  • XD I love Disney!!

  • I’ve been to club 33 many times and I even have reservations for my bday in May.

  • Well everyone knows No. 33 Royal Street, of course, as Club 33.

  • Just another reason Disney is the best! All of the amazing people who put such wonderful and painstaking detail into everything. Thank you! You’re all incredible. °o° Does that mean I could write to “Mickey Mouse 1 Neighborhood Lane, Mickey’s Toontown Disneyland, Anaheim CA”, etc? That would be so cool. 🙂

  • You do know that Le Bat En Rouge (35 Royal Street) is not the home of Jack Skellington stuff anymore. Hasn’t been for more than a year now. Le Bat En Rouge just sells general merchandise. Jack Skellington stuff is now located at Port Royal. Although, why the names of the stores weren’t changed, I don’t know.

  • 33 Royal Street…. 😉

  • 33 royal street is club 33 isnt it

  • I’ve been beyond the door and up the stairs for lunch at No. 33 Royal Street.

  • Or 33 Royal ST. which is a very special address 🙂 almost got to go in there last feburary but the blue bayou had a fire alarm and I was unable to go, but I got to ride in the Lilly Bell 🙂 hopefully one day I will get to visit the “club”

  • Club 33! I wish I would be invited to go someday with my wife.

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