Walt Disney was an incredible man with an amazingly creative mind and a very rich imagination. He’s widely considered to be the father of cartoons and the adult who has probably been more loved—directly or indirectly through his creations—by so many kids all around the world. The Walt Disney Company accepts more than 130 million guests annually at its wonderful Disney Parks and Resorts where kids and adults alike can discover a whole new world in which reality magically mixes with fantasy. Check out these 25 Disney Park Secrets Every Fan Should Know that will probably make you want to visit the closest Disney Park near you.
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In the hieroglyphics of the Indiana Jones section of The Great Movie Ride, you’ll see Mickey, Donald, C-3PO and R2-D2. Obviously there were hard-core Star Wars fans involved when the section was created.
On the Animal Kingdom’s Dinosaur ride, there are three pipes in the queuing area with chemical formulas printed on them. These are the formulas for ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise.
The huge and impressive castle structure behind the German pavilion at Epcot was originally destined to house a boat ride that simulated a trip down the Rhine River. It didn’t work out that way but it’s still a very cool attraction for kids.
Epcot was initially designed to be a model community and home to twenty thousand residents. You can still see a diorama of Walt Disney’s vision on the PeopleMover ride.
In case you wondered if there’s extraterrestrial life out there you will most likely get your answers once you visit Disneyland. There’s a Galactic Communication Network phone in Tomorrowland that plays messages from around the galaxy.
Back in the 1990s Toy Story characters used to drop to the ground when guests yelled, “Andy’s coming!” but the practice has been discontinued for safety reasons.
When visiting Disney World you should look for a wedding ring embedded in the concrete in line at The Haunted Mansion. It’s believed to belong to the hanging bride you see in the stretching room and attic scenes on the ride.
It’s believed that Walt Disney went to many parks and observed how long people held on to trash before dropping it on the ground, and found that it was only about thirty steps. This is why there is never a trash can more than thirty steps from where you are in Disney parks.
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