Time for another Tip Tuesday!
A few weeks ago, I shared a few of my favorite hidden Mickeys from Adventureland in the Magic Kingdom. This week, let's head to Main Street USA for a few more of my favorite hidden Mickeys.
Right off the bat, (seen above) is one of my all-time favorite hidden Mickeys in all of Walt Disney World - partly because it's a two-fer and because it's part of a tribute to Walt Disney. This door can be found along the western side of Main Street outside the Emporium. A tribute to every Disney Cast Member, this door includes two hidden Mickeys at the top and bottom. I always make it a point every trip to stop by this door and say a silent thanks to Walt and to the countless Cast Members for creating the world I love and cherish.
Next up is an example of hidden Mickeys in plain sight. This is a display window along Main Street from a few years back. Notice the spilled bucket of Mickey-shaped antenna toppers? There you go! Hidden Mickeys can take any form.
Speaking of windows, there are hidden Mickey's to be found in several of the window displays along Main Street. This display of Agrabah from Aladdin has a clever and hard-to-find Hidden Mickey tucked away in a small part of the left side of the city. Look closely and see if you can see Mickey hiding in there!
Finally, many hidden Mickeys are up to interpretation. Take this one for example. While searching for photos of some of the hidden Mickeys mentioned above, I ran across this shot from the Main Street Confectionary. See that tile mural in the back? I wondered if Mickey might be hiding there and, sure enough, I saw something that might be considered a hidden Mickey. It could just be me though. What do you think? Hidden Mickey? Yes or no?
These are just a few of the many, many hidden Mickeys to be found along Main Street USA. Hidden Mickeys come and go, so some of these might not be around anymore while new ones have popped up. Another great place to search for hidden Mickeys is the Main Street Train Station. There are quite a few there (I just don't have shots of them yet - perhaps on the next trip...).
Until next time - keep a sharp eye out - you never know when you might find our favorite mouse!