Disney Days: Details

Walking into the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the sights, sounds and even smells.  Everywhere you turn, you see something new and magical.  You’re surrounded by families, cast members and are transported into one land after another.  It’s easy to get swept away and not notice the details.

If you can, try to take the time to stop and look around.  Find a bench or table and look around.  While you’re waiting in line, try to find something you’ve never seen.  Lots of people know about the hidden mickeys, there are even books documenting them.  But there are many other hidden wonders.

Here are the ones that you can find if you just look up.  The weather vanes of Disney.

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Can you guess where all of these are?  A couple are pretty easy, but I’d love to hear your guesses.  Have you ever noticed the weather vanes of Disney?  Want more Disney in your day?  Check out the Mickey Monday linkup with with John from run.geek.run and Katie from Adventures by Katie.

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Disney Days: Details — 8 Comments

  1. This is fantastic. I’ve never really taken close note to it, but you can be sure I will be looking up the next time I’m there.

    I just wanted to invite you to include this in the Mickey Monday link up on my blog. This is a great Disney post and exactly the kind of interesting posts I was hoping to bring together with the link up. You can add it at my blog. http://www.rungeekrundisney.com/2014/09/hidden-mickeys-introduction-mickey.html
    John @ run. geek. run(disney) recently posted…Hidden Mickeys, An Introduction | Mickey MondayMy Profile

    • Thanks John! I tend to do my Disney posts on Mondays (we all need a little magic on Mondays, right?) so that works perfectly. I went ahead and edited to link back to you and your cohost. Thanks for reaching out, I’ll try to be a regular!

    • It’s my absolute favorite! The queue detail is outstanding throughout the parks! I sometimes feel like using FP means I miss out on some of the fun in the regular lines!

    • I’ve been to the Magic Kingdom countless times and this year is the first time I ever noticed the weather vanes. I can’t wait to see what “secret” I find next time!

    • That’s one of the things I love about Disney, there’s always something new to notice/find because the theming is so detailed.