Throughout Walt Disney World, Hidden Mickeys are … well, what it sounds like… Hidden Mickeys incorporated throughout the park designed by Disney’s Imagineers! It’s like a fun scavenger hunt every time you visit. Like, when my entire family came last January, it was a fun back-and-forth of who found the most Mickeys each day. After awhile – and since Jeremy and I were in the lead – we started receiving texts from our siblings of “Mickeys” made out of their lunches and drinks…
As annual pass holders, Jeremy and I are fortunate to visit often and still hunt for more Mickeys. Disney is a fun, happy place for us, and this activity really adds to the experience and makes each trip unique.
Below is a small sampling of the Hidden Mickeys we’ve found so far and documented. I’ll keep coming back to add to the list. Feel free to comment below if you know of any good ones, and we’ll keep our eyes out when we’re back.
Hidden Mickeys in Hollywood
Not pictured: This only happened to me once, but on the Tower of Terror ride, and right when the stars come together before the doors open, the stars formed a Hidden Mickey.
Hidden Mickeys in Epcot
Not pictured: A Hidden Mickey on Soarin’!
Not pictured: Look out for a Hidden Mickey in the plant section on the Living with the Land ride.