You may have noticed various
images of Mickey Mouse around the Disney theme parks. Some
of them are completely obvious, and some slightly less so.
But have you also seen the
hundreds of 'hidden' images that also lurk around the parks?
Finding the hidden images can
be a great deal of fun, and is the subject of a book, 'Hidden
Here is an introductory sample
scavenger hunt for some Hidden Mickeys, to give you a taste of
the rest of the book.
Hidden Mickeys Mini Hunt in
A perfect score for this
hunt is 20 points.
A "classic Mickey" is an
outline of Mickey's head formed by three intersecting circles,
one for his round head and the other two for his ears.
Entrance to the Marketplace
Clue 1: Check out the signs
over the entrances. (1 point for one or more)
Clue 2: Examine the
interactive flat fountain at the entrance near the bus depot.
Psst! See any classic Mickeys? (3 points for two types)
Outside Once Upon A Toy
Clue 3: Find several classic
Mickeys in the cement outside the store. (2 points for one or
Clue 4: Take a good look at
the snowflakes in a window display. Search for two types of
Hidden Mickeys. (3 points for finding both types)
Clue 5: Look for classic
Mickeys with tires for ears outside the main entrance. (1 point)
Near Team Mickey Athletic Club
Clue 6: Find a Hidden Mickey
in the Disney Vacation Club display near Team Mickey. (2 points)
Near the Lake
Clue 7: Spot classic Mickeys
in the fence around the lake. (1 point)
Clue 8: Search the "World's
Largest Perikaleidoscope" for classic Mickeys. (4 points for two
Outside World of Disney
Clue 9: Find light brown
classic Mickeys outside the store. (2 points)
Outside Mickey's Groove
Clue 10: Observe the logo.
www.TheOtherOrlando.com/hints.html for full descriptions of
each Hidden Mickey in this mini hunt.
Barrett's book, where you'll find six full scavenger hunts
and clues to nearly 500 Hidden Mickeys in Walt Disney World,
plus full descriptions and an Index that lets you look for
Mickey wherever you find yourself in WDW.
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6 May 2005, last update
28 Nov 2012
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