Earlier in the week I wrote a post about Walt Disney Worlds The Kiss Goodnight. It is one of the greatest things to witness and most guests have never even heard of. Usually within the park's closing, the nightly 'Kiss Goodnight' is performed, in which Roy O. Disney's dedication speech for the Magic Kingdom is played all over the park alongside classic Disney music which changes with the vivid colors of the castle. Even when the park closes before 11pm (23:00), the show is performed a second time at 11pm (23:00), providing entertainment for guests of Disney resort hotels bordering the Seven Seas Lagoon. That is just one of many great things most guests never think to look for. Another fun one is something small but neat to find. Look for a wedding ring embedded in the concrete in line at “The Haunted Mansion.” It’s said that it belongs to the hanging bride you see in the stretching room and attic scenes on the ride. Also while the Haunted Mansion was being designed, as a joke, one of the designers topped the model of the Haunted Mansion with chess pieces, to see if anyone noticed. When the joke was discovered, Walt decided to keep the joke going and told the designers, keep the chess pieces on the mansion. Make sure next time you approach the Haunted Mansion, look at the many spires. Each one is shaped like a chess piece.There are many many hidden facts or neat things that alot of guests may not know about. Of course one of the best ways to pick up these kind of hidden facts is to take one of Disney's behind-the-scenes tours. Do you have a special story about one of these hidden gems you can share as well?
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Something fun for the WDW lover who has been quite a few times is to start looking for the Hidden Mickeys while away at WDW. Whenever a reported Hidden Mickey receives two (2) "Wishful Thinkings" with explanations, it will be moved to the appropriate Wishful Thinking page
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