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Back in April 2017, it was revealed that Club 33, The "secret" Disneyland dining and drinking club, would be making its way to Walt Disney World sometime that year. However, since that initial announcement last spring, we've only been able to get the smallest of hints about this ultra-exlusive club,

Almost a year after it was announced, Golden Oak residents began to be approached to be among the first to buy in to Walt Disney World's Club 33, and we learned that guests who want to join this exclusive club will need to pay an upfront fee of $25,000 when they sign their membership contract, and then will need to pay dues of $10,000 per year after that as long as they want to keep their membership with Club 33 in good standing. And now we've learned a little bit more about what these locations will be like (and where they will be located).

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As previously reported, there will be a Club 33 location in each park, each its own unique story and connection to Walt Disney. At Disney's Hollywood Studios, the Spotlight Lounge, will be located in the former Catwalk Bar area and recreates the stylish “green room” experience of a major film awards ceremony while simultaneously celebrating Walt’s award-winning cinematic career. Over at Epcot, guests can visit the Constellation Club at Epcot, which is located above the American Adventure in the former Chase Lounge area. 

At the Magic Kingdom, a brand new location is being built in Adventureland that will be called Captain’s Quarters and will be located near the Skipper Canteen Restaurant, and will have a back porch area specifically built for taking in nighttime spectaculars from a unique vantage point. Finally, at Disney's Animal Kingdom, a new location will open in the Africa section of the park and will be named Harambe House.

Though the interiors of these locations are all very different, the access method will be the same for all of them: Club 33 members will be able to use their Club 33-affiliated MagicBand on a special, hidden touchpoint, that will give them access to each lounge. 

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Now that we finally know more details about the different Club 33 locations in each park, there's just one more question we have...

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