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Hidden Mickeys of Magic Kingdom

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Welcome to this month’s Blogorail Blue Loop. Today we are sharing where you can find Hidden Mickeys and more fun for Hidden Mickey fans.


WDW's Smallest Hidden Mickey - Adventureland

When the imagineers designed Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, they included a tribute to the mouse that started it all by hiding the classic three circle Mickey Mouse shape within many of the attractions. Let’s take a look at where you can find some of these hidden Mickeys at Magic Kingdom.

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  • In the Emporium, close to City Hall, you’ll find a painting on the wall behind the registers. In that painting is a table with a blue globe sitting on it. The image of Sorcerer Mickey can be seen on this globe.
  • At Tony’s Town Square Restaurant is a basket of bread sitting near the Lady & The Tramp picture behind the fountain. Notice anything about the shape of the three rolls?
    • Adventureland

      • As you walk through Adventureland near the Magic Carpets of Aladdin, be sure to pay attention to the ground below you. In addition to beautiful jewels, you might also find what is supposedly the smallest hidden Mickey at Disney, seen in the photo above.
      • In the treasure room of Pirates of The Caribbean, two Mickey shaped locks can be seen on the cabinets behind Captain Jack Sparrow.
        • Frontierland

          • As your mine train climbs up the cavern at Big Thunder Mountain, look off to the right. You’ll see three stalagmites have formed in the shaped of Mickey Mouse.
          • Next time you visit the Frontierland Trading Post, watch for the ropes decorating the store. You will find a rope hidden Mickey behind one of the registers and also above some merchandise facing the the store’s middle entrance.
            • Liberty Square

              • Towards the end of the graveyard scene of the Haunted Mansion, you’ll see a grim reaper. Take a close look at his sleeve. It happens to fall just so that it forms a classic hidden Mickey.
              • At Liberty Tree Tavern, take a close look at the artwork on the shelves toward the back right as you’re walking into the lobby. You’ll notice three blueberries just happen to form the shape of Mickey.
                • Peter Pan's Flight Hidden Mickey

                  Fantasyland

                  • As you’re waiting in line to ride Peter Pan’s Flight, take a close look at the murals. The knot in the wood, as seen in the photo above, forms a classic hidden Mickey.
                  • Next time you’re visit Under The Sea – Journey of The Little Mermaid, take a close look at the rocks when you exit. Mickey can be seen as he appeared in the Steamboat Willie cartoon. This hidden Mickey is hard to find, but you’ll want to point it out to everyone once you see it.
                  • When you dine at Be Our Guest Restaurant, look closely at the borders on the wall behind the knights. Located in the corners of these borders are classic hidden Mickeys.
                    • Storybook Circus

                      • On a poster outside the meet & greet area in Storybook Circus, you’ll find Daisy Duck looking into a crystal ball. Look closely at the green section of her shirt to find a hidden Mickey.
                      • Storybook Circus is another place in the Magic Kingdom where you’ll want to pay close attention to the ground as you walk. In addition to a few peanuts in the pavement, you’ll also find some footprints left by the elephants. Several of those footprints just happen to be in the classic Mickey Mouse shape.
                        • Tomorrowland

                          • Check out the map on the wall of Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin. Notice any familiar shapes on the planet located in Sector 1?
                          • In Mickey’s Star Traders, be sure to take a close look at the mural. There you’ll find quite a few hidden Mickeys.
                          • On the Tomorrowland Transit Authority, pay attention as you pass through the diorama of a beauty shop. A belt buckle worn by one of the beauties just happens to resemble our favorite mouse!
                            • More Hidden Mickeys

                              These hidden Mickeys are just the beginning of the fun hidden in the details of the Disney parks. In fact, you can find many more hidden Mickeys and even some other hidden Disney characters at Walt Disney World. If you’re interested in finding more hidden Mickeys in the parks, I highly recommend bringing a copy of the Hidden Mickeys book {affiliate link} on your next vacation!

                              For more Hidden Mickeys,
                              check out the other great posts from the Blogorail!


                              Here is the map of our Magical Blogorail Blue | Hidden Mickeys Loop:

                              • 1st Stop – Frontierland Station | Hidden Mickeys of Magic Kingdom
                              • 2nd Stop – The Delightful Life | More Walt Disney World and Disneyland activities for Hidden Mickey Fans
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                                  Jennifer Kaufman
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                                  I love this post, because you’ve picked out a great variety of Hidden Mickeys to start with! I think that sometimes when the kids were little we used to get really excited about the books, etc… then we’d open them up and just feel overwhelmed. Now we love how they’re set up, provide clues, etc, but sometimes it’s easier to start with a small, well-vetted list. I’ll be sharing!

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