History of the "33"

How Do I Join?

Can We Make
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Expanded Photo Tour

DCA Lounge

Dress Code

Your First Visit

Executive Chef
Andrew Sutton

Staff Photos

Menu Selections
Lunch & Dinner

Children's Menu

Lilly Belle Parlor Car

Club Logos

Links to Club

Unique collectibles
& items for sale at The Club

Interesting Stories

Vintage Club Publications

Membership Information

Member Benefits

Expansion History


Wines & Spirits

Bartender Dr. Lee Williams

Dr. Lee's Blog Page

Guest Photos

Tokyo Japan

Prototype Pin Artwork

Press & Media Publications

A Poem by Martha O'Brien

A Special Thanks  

Legal Disclaimer  

Original Artwork

Jabba the Hutt Tree


Walt Before Mickey


Disney Film Historian
J.B. Kaufman

Disney Animator
Floyd Norman



Exterior Photos

Vintage Images Prior to Renovation

The club offers a fabulous view of New Orleans Square and the Rivers of America. Here are few select photos taken from the balcony and Lounge Alley.

A view from the balcony facing the Disney Suites. The feeling of Mardi Gras is alive and well in New Orleans Square! Photo taken December, 2008.
Photo Courtesy of Nicole F.

The East balcony facing the Trophy Room.
Photo Courtesy of Nicole F.

Looking through the French doors of the Lounge Alley, you can see the Blue Bayou below and the park guests exiting the Pirates of the Caribbean.

Shot from the East balcony, here you can see The Blue Bayou below.


From the North East corner of the main dining room balcony, you can see the Disney Gallery. Located North and attached to the club's kitchen, the Disney Gallery was originally designed to be used by Walt as an apartment and personal entertainment quarters for special guests and family. Now it is being considered as a future expansion possibility for the club. 

From the North West corner of the balcony, keel boats can be seen crossing The Rivers of America. 

Here you can see The Trophy Room or as it is now called, The California Room. The second story windows with the red shutters are The Lounge Alley

Directly behind this small balcony is the fireplace and mantle. The creative genius of the original park designers shines through this vivid example of facade work. Park guests would never realize this balcony is not fully functional.

 This is the West balcony. This area provides a beautiful view of Haunted Mansion area.

Here we display the West balcony of the Lounge Alley.


Club office space and storage is hidden behind this delicate ornamental iron balcony.


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