Little-Known Facts About Well-Known Places Series by Laurie Flannery
Top 7 Hidden Secrets at Walt Disney World
35 Amazing Facts About Disney World Only Insiders Know
No American institution is so equally beloved and reviled as Walt Disney World, the epicenter of childhood fantasy and fanny-pack couteur in central Florida. Take it from a Disneyphile -- we love to swap Disney trivia, not simply out of affection, but because some of this stuff is fascinating, impressive, or genuinely bizarre. Here are a few of my favorite little-known Walt Disney World factoids to get you through a short road trip or a long line at Space Mountain. No joke. I had a friend who knew a girl whose mom, upon her death, wanted to be cremated and spread from the top of the Dumbo ride.
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Top 10 BEST Walt Disney World Secrets - Magic Kingdom Secrets & Facts
This secret suite hidden inside Cinderella's Castle was originally built for Walt Disney and his family, even though he passed away long before Disney World opened. In recent years, the suite was repurposed as accommodations for special guests. The rooms are decked out with a Jacuzzi tub, 17th century furniture, a Cinderella mosaic floor made with karat gold, and a clock that is perpetually frozen at Unfortunately, you can't actually book a stay there, but Disney holds regular sweepstakes to win a night's stay in the suite. Every morning, Magic Kingdom holds a musical opening ceremony known to Disney fans as the "rope drop. The family of the day gets to take a tour of Main Street before it officially opens for the day and star in the opening ceremonies.
Still, when your resort welcomes millions of guests each year, there are a whole bunch of experiences to manage. From its hidden underground tunnels that only a select few will ever see to its 30, guest rooms that would take 68 years to stay in, Disney World has a lot going on that most guests never see—or know about. Buildings taller than feet are required to flash aviation lights. And, of course, that would ruin some of the magic. To use the system, custodians remove trash and dump it into special processors. The tunnel walls are color-coded so cast members can easily know where they are.