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DISNEYLAND® RESORT GRAD NITE PROHIBITED ITEMS LIST

Prepared by the 2021 Disneyland® Resort Grad Nite Team

The Disneyland® Resort Grad Nite Prohibited Items List has been established to ensure a safe yet celebratory environment for schools attending our parks for Grad Nite. It is ultimately the school’s responsibility to ensure that all of their attendees adhere to the Disneyland® Resort Grad Nite Prohibited Items List.

What items are prohibited from Grad Nite?

  • All outside food and drinks including factory sealed water bottles
  • Selfie sticks (hand-held extension poles for cameras and mobile devices)
  • Pets (Service Animals are permitted and must be wearing an identifying assistive companion vest; pets may be kept at the on-site kennel)
  • Recreational devices such as drones, remote control toys, wagons, skateboards, scooters (motorized and non-motorized), inline skates, shoes with built-in wheels, tricycles, unicycles, motorcycles, bicycles, and pogo sticks
  • 2-wheeled vehicles, including Segway™ Human Transporters
  • Strollers larger than 36” x 52”
  • Suitcases, coolers or backpacks, with or without wheels, larger than 24” long x 15” wide x 18” high (61cm x 38cm x 46cm)
  • Wheeled mobility devices with less than 3 wheels or devices that cannot maintain stability and balance when stopped, unpowered or unoccupied. Training wheels or similar modifications are not permitted. Devices must be manually or electronically powered and operated at a walking pace. Devices should be single rider and not exceed 36” (92cm) in width and 52” (132cm) in length.
  • Any trailer-like object that is pushed or towed by an ECV, wheelchair or stroller
    • Note: Guests are not permitted to pull items behind them. Any item that requires a Guest to pull it behind him or her, including a stroller, is not permitted into the theme parks.
  • Coolers larger than a 6-pack sized are not permitted into the theme parks.
    • Note: Guests can store coolers up to 18” wide x 25” high x 37” deep in rentable large lockers located outside the Disneyland® Park Main Entrance. Lockers are not refrigerated and availability is limited. Guests who need to refrigerate medication may do so at First Aid.
    • Exceptions may be made for special dietary or religious needs.
  • Alcoholic beverages and any illegal substances
  • Folding chairs, with the exception of cane-chair and seat-walker mobility aids
  • Glass containers including small glass perfume/cologne bottles
  • Weapons of any kind, or objects that appear to be weapons (also including toy blasters, squirt guns, etc.)
  • Self-defense equipment (pepper spray, mace, stun guns)
  • Sporting goods or equipment (e.g., baseball bats, helmets, hockey sticks, golf clubs, bows and arrows, camping equipment, chairs, stools, tables and Frisbees)
  • Restraining devices (e.g., handcuffs, zip ties) or any suspicious items (e.g., box cutters, razor blades, duct tape, wire)
  • Items that may be disruptive to other park guests (e.g., laser pointers, slingshots, stink bombs, air horns, wireless speakers, silly string)
  • Cremated remains (e.g., urns, vases, boxes)
  • Professional cameras and recording equipment and large tripods.
  • Sharp or pointed accessories that may cause injury
  • Masks and makeup that could be construed as part of a costume
  • Tobacco products including electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), vaping products, and medical marijuana. The Grad Nite private event at Disney California Adventure® Park is a completely non-smoking event.
  • All types of markers

What items may students and chaperones bring to Grad Nite?
While we understand many students and chaperones will be at the parks for a long day, we recommend packing as light as possible, leaving valuables not needed for your visit at home, and renting a locker at Disney California Adventure® Park (on Buena Vista Street) if necessary. Here is what we recommend bringing:

  • Empty plastic or aluminum water bottles to be filled at water fountains throughout the parks.
  • Quick service dining locations are able to provide complimentary cups of water upon request.
  • Protective sun gear (e.g.: sunscreen, hats, sunglasses)
  • A purse, backpack, fanny pack, or other bag smaller than 24” long x 15” wide x 18” high (61cm x 38cm x 46cm)
  • Cell phone, phone charging cables and mobile battery chargers
  • Jacket or sweatshirt for the early morning and nighttime hours when the weather may be cooler
  • Money to pay for food and souvenirs throughout the day.
    • If a student plans to use a debit or credit card, the name on the card must match the student’s ID card.
  • Small point-and-shoot camera, GoPro device (without hand-held extendable pole), or non-professional DSLR camera to capture memories from the event
  • Disneyland® Resort Grad Nite event ticket and photo ID

May students bring their own medication through the Grad Nite screening?
In an effort to avoid delays through the Grad Nite screening, students with medication should have a Chaperone from the school serve as their spokesperson through the Grad Nite screening process. Chaperones should be aware of any and all medications (over-the-counter and prescription medication) their students are bringing with them to the Disneyland® Resort. Students may have their own medication in their possession once successfully clearing the Grad Nite security screening. Medication needing refrigeration may be stored at Disney California Adventure® Park First Aid.

Be Safe and Make Good Choices

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