16. Get a death certificate at Haunted Mansion
Ask a cast member guiding you into the foyer for one. If you're lucky and happen upon someone who knows what you're talking about, they might tell you to come back to the front afterward -- and a certificate will be waiting for you. It’s the ultimate bucket list souvenir. Get it? Do you?
17. See the Candlelight Processional
This December gathering is basically a mass cast-member choir parading down Main Street, faux-candles in hands, making their way to the circular center, where hymns follow and a celebrity -- whether Disney related (Dick Van Dyke, Kurt Russell) or not (Gary Sinise, Molly Ringwald) -- retells the story of Christmas. A lovely tradition, even for nonbelievers, that dates back to 1958. But be warned: sometimes it rains -- and if that happens, it isn't rescheduled.
18. Upgrade your train trip around the park
There are two ways: 1) ask the conductor nicely and you'll possibly get to ride alongside him in the tender seat (bring a friend, it fits two), or 2) have tea on the Lilly Belle, Mrs. Walt Disney's private car for entertaining guests back in the day. The latter was shut down for a while, after being vandalized, and as of late last year is active once again.