Ever wonder what magic is hidden around or behind the scenes at Walt Disney World? The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World is a 2nd edition & has over 600 secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom plus the all new Fantasyland Expansion!
Whether it’s your first or fiftieth visit, you’d be surprised at how much you miss during your trip to Walt Disney World. From where to find hidden Imagineer signature to the secrets behind the carriage numbers in the Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station, learn all about the hidden magic that permeates this fabulous resort in this tell-all guide book!
While Hunting for hidden Mickeys is a popular pastime, the mouse isn’t the only character that hides in the attractions. Other characters, such as Donald Duck, Minnie Mouse, Tinker Bell, and even Baloo from the Jungle Book all have hidden likenesses in the parks.
This book is 246 pages full of magic secrets! Divided by park and even further into park sections you can find just the secrets you are looking for!
Star Tours: The Adventures Continues: The letters above the top circle on the panel to the right of the information board read, 2R-OP3C. Read them backward and you have the names of Star Wars’ two most famous droids!
I haven’t been to Disney World in 15 years, so I’m excited to plan a vacation and check out all the Hidden Magic! I would highly recommended this book for any Disney lover who enjoys learning about the smaller details that bring the Disney magic to life.
For these and many more fascinating facts pick up a copy of this magical book today!
What’s your favorite Disney secret?
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