studiolaska/ShutterstockThis one shouldn't come as a huge surprise. Plenty of Disney princesses might have furry friends, but alas, you still can't bring yours into Disney parks. However, there is an on-site kennel where your pet can spend the day—and service animals are allowed, of course. Check out these inspiring quotes from Disney princesses.
WindNight/ShutterstockWant to start a Lion King sing-along while you're waiting in line for a ride? Well, you're going to have to do it a cappella. Musical instruments aren't permitted inside Disney parks. Did you know you can learn some impressive vocabulary words from Disney songs?
Sergiy Palamarchuk/ShutterstockWith the exception of mobility aids and cane-chairs, folding chairs are on both Disney World and Disneyland's "restricted items" lists.
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Newnow/ShutterstockThe occasionally controversial remote-controlled flying gadgets are not allowed inside Disney parks. Other types of remote-controlled objects, including toys, are not permitted either.
Pots and pans
photographyfirm/ShutterstockLeave your cookware at home, Disney vacationers. It's not like there isn't lots of great food available in the parks.
sritakoset/ShutterstockNope, you can't pull your young child (or your massive collection of souvenirs) around the park in a Radio Flyer. For that matter, pretty much any item with wheels, including bikes, roller skates, or even suitcases, are banned. Thankfully, you can bring strollers into Disney—as long as they're smaller than 36" x 52".
Stock-ConnectionREXShutterstockSorry, would-be bouncers—the only one at Disney who will be jumping around on springs is Tigger.
soo hee kim/ShutterstockPlanning on celebrating a birthday (or any other gift-giving occasion) at Disney? You'll have to wrap (or buy) your gifts inside the park limits. All items have to be unwrapped on their way into the parks, so that the employees can see what they are.
Containers (of a certain size)
fizkes/ShutterstockYou can't take suitcases, bags, or backpacks into Disneyland if they're bigger than 18" wide, 25" high, and 37" deep. Wouldn't you know, that's the exact same size as the parks' big rentable lockers. We see what you did there, Disneyland. Coolers larger than that size aren't allowed either—but yes, you can bring small coolers into Disney. We bet you didn't know about these big differences between Disney World and Disneyland.
Stefano Carnevali/ShutterstockIf you want to take a selfie in a Disney park, you're going to have to do it the old-fashioned way. "Hand-held extension poles for cameras and mobile devices" are not allowed. Learn where else selfie sticks are banned (plus 13 other selfie fun facts).