Don’t just rush from one thing to another. Here are 5 things people don’t notice in the Magic Kingdom:
- The doors in Liberty Square – The front doors in Liberty Square represent different years of architecture. Each door has a number on the front. Add an 18 to the number and you can tell what year the architecture of the building is fashioned to represent.
- The horse shoes near Rapunzel’s tower – If you look down, you’ll notice horse shoe prints in the pavement near Rapunzel’s tower. If you look closely, you can make out “Maximus” engraved on some of the horse shoes.
- A tribute to H. Goff – Look for the Disney Vacation Club kiosk across from Under the Sea. Look closely at the sign and you’ll notice the words “H. Goff Cartography.” This is a tribute to Imagineer Harper Goff who helped design the set for 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea and contributed to the concept art for Walt Disney World and Disneyland.
- The Liberty Bell in Liberty Square – The large bell located near the flag poles in Liberty Square is a replica of the Liberty Bell. To celebrate the Bicentennial, each sate received a cast of the bell. Since Pennsylvania didn’t need a cast because they had the real one, it was sent to it’s new home in Liberty Square.
- Lady and the Tramp’s Paw Prints – Located just outside Tony’s Town Square Restaurant are the paw prints for Lady and the Tramp. You will find them inside a heart in the sidewalk in front of the center of the porch area.
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