Mom And Son Spaceship Earth
  • On Feb 5, 2008
    Sandra from WI Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We love to find Disney "secrets" on each trip. We've met PUSH, found the talking drinking fountain, and the singing in the rain umbrella. Are there any other hidden secrets we can look for on our next trip? Clues only please.


    We love finding "hidden secrets" as well at WDW.  There are far more of these "surprises" at WDW than I can list in a single answer, but I'll mention a few other "clues", and also mention a great source for more info (but please be aware it provides more than just "clues").

    At Animal Kingdom:
    - Look for a talking tree in the entrance to the park
    - You can find some fun fountain near the bathrooms in front of the entrance to Maharajah Jungle Trek
    - Can you find a vine that seems to be alive?  Perhaps near the area where Asia and Africa meet.

    In the Magic Kingdom:
    - Can you find some lost luggage in the Main Street train station?
    - Perhaps Tinker Bell can be found somewhere in Tinker Bell's Treasures?

    As I mentioned above, if you want many more ideas, there is a great article on the subject at  At that site, select the "Info Central" tab at the top of the page.  On that page, find the section on "Park Hours/Events/Info", and in that section select "Hidden Treasures and Surprises."  You will find more ideas for hidden surprises to fill many future trips.

    Hope that helps!    ºoº
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