Top 8 Hidden Mickey’s At Walt Disney World For Experts

Everyone knows about Hidden Mickey’s around the Parks, but some are tougher than others to spot. Disney hid some specifically for the experts! Here are eight Hidden Mickey’s for experts to find:

8. Africa Street

Disney is known for details. Have you ever looked at the ground in Animal Kingdom? It almost seems silly to watch the ground, but there are even some secrets there! Besides little leaf indentations and animal footprints, you can even spot some hidden Mickey’s! Along the streets of Africa you can find a Hidden Mickey of little pebbles and stones and a manhole cover.

7. Carousel of Progress

This Hidden Mickey is so fun because it’s an actual Mickey just placed in the family’s home. In the final scene of the ride, when the family is in the future, their whole living room is decked out for Christmas. If you look to the mantle by the couches, you’ll find a Mickey nutcracker just hanging out.

6. L’Artisan Des Glaces

The last thing you’d expect to see in a posh French ice cream shop is a Mickey. And yet! Tucked deep within the France Pavilion is L’Artisan Des Glaces with a long line of ice cream flavors. The display for each flavor includes a sample in the shape of a Mickey head!

5. Polynesian Lobby

The Polynesian lobby leaves lots to look at and admire. The massive glass balls hang above the lobby with grace and a nautical flair. These glass ornaments are kept up with ropes that are knotted in the shape of Mickey’s! These are really tricky to see, but they add such fun to the space!

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4. Conservation Station

It’s quite the trek to get to Conservation Station, but it is well worth it! Especially to see some of its hidden features. The prize at the of Rafiki’s Planet Watch is a room filled with education and fun. On the walls are murals of beautifully painted animals, many of which have hidden Mickey’s in them. One of my favorites is a Mickey head under a frog’s chin. That’s right, chin. But look around! There are a ton!

3. Contemporary Marina

This hidden Mickey isn’t exactly a shape, but it’s still incredibly cool. Out by the boats that live in the bay are some nautical flags hanging over the dock. Most people have no idea what they say, but each flag represents a letter. Strung all together, these flags spell out “Mickey!”

2. Under the Sea

This hidden Mickey comes before you even get on the ride. In the queue for the Little Mermaid inspired ride there are lots of thingamabobs (more than twenty!) to catch your attention. But this hidden Mickey is special and can only be seen at certain parts of the day. There are some bits of fabric above the line that are frayed and when the sun hits it just right, the shadow creates a Mickey head!

1. Hollywood Studios

I love the Hidden Mickey’s that take up a ton of room. This one definitely does that. The Brown Derby restaurant and its adjacent building make up the ears and the patio his head. If you look from above on Google Earth, you can clearly see a Mickey head!

About Molly Elias

Molly Elias has been a dedicated Disney fan since she was 18-months old. She has grown up with and learned from Disney her whole life. As her family's main vacation spot, Disney World is a place of love and laughter and magic for her. Her family also prides themselves on their Disney Cruise Line knowledge and would rather be on the high seas with Mickey than anywhere else in the world. Molly plans to keep Disney in her life forever, while also pursuing a writing career. She recently completed a master's program in creative writing in the hopes that someday she will be able to be a writer for the Happiest Company on Earth. Molly keeps Walt's famous quote at the forefront of her life: "Around here, however, we don't look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we're curious...and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths."