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Disneyland has long touted itself as the place where dreams come true, and this is one of the rare cases where a slogan perfectly captures the essence of a place. Millions flock to Anaheim, California every year to experience the Magic Kingdom first hand, a place where adults and children alike can toss aside the real world for a few short days and experience a real life fantasy.
However, even Mickey and his friends can't hide Disneyland's seedy underbelly: the public restroom. These days, many people now carry around bottles of hand sanitizer and are afraid to touch anything in public that might contain one microbe of bacteria. So when a person is forced to "step into the office" in public, it's critical to find a facility that meets a person's needs and quells any phobias. Unfortunately, I'm sure most of us share the common experience of stepping into a restroom that would cause even the most hardened janitor to cringe.
Luckily, Disneyland takes special care to ensure that none of their restrooms cause such a reaction, but if microscopic entities still make your skin crawl and you're planning a trip to Disneyland, you'll want to read on to learn the locations of the best and worst bathrooms in Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. Through extensive first-hand research as a Disneyland annual passholder, I've compiled a list for both parks of the best and worst facilities to conduct your business. Those turkey legs and spicy corn dogs have afforded me ample research time.