Which Disneyland ride has a hidden basketball court inside it?
Disneyland’s Matterhorn is best known for its bobsled-like roller coaster that twists down the giant peak. But few people outside the park know that deep inside the 147-ft. mountain contains a hidden basketball court.
After construction of the Matterhorn was completed in 1959, the roller coaster occupied the bottom two-thirds of the mountain, while the top third remained empty. Disney employees voted to put in a basketball court. Because a regulation court wouldn’t fit inside the mountaintop, only one hoop was installed.
The Matterhorn Bobsleds is a ride composed of two intertwining steel roller coasters, which opened in 1959 at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. It is modelled after the Matterhorn, a mountain in the Alps on the border with Switzerland and Italy. It is the first tubular steel continuous track roller coaster known.  Located on the border between Tomorrowland and Fantasyland (see below), it employs forced perspective to seem more impressively large.