Our search for Hidden Mickeys concludes with a two-park finale! Mr. Hidden Mickey Guy is supplying all the help, so definitely check out his website to find even more Mickeys! But let’s begin… First up: Hollywood Studios!
Hollywood Boulevard: The Great Movie Ride
While you’re in the ancient Egyptian temple, pay special attention to the hieroglyphs on the walls. Mickey is hiding right under the bird and beside the legs of the men!
Echo Avenue: Min and Bill’s Dockside Diner
Take a stroll past the boat that doubles as a diner and see a cleverly hidden Mickey Mouse head! If you stand near where the big hat used to be, the portholes line up with the sign and produce that classic Mickey Mouse!
Sunset Boulevard: Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Gift Shop
A very obvious Hidden Mickey, but cute nonetheless. While purchasing souvenirs after riding Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, look down at the counter to see either Mickey or Minnie sculpted out of guitar picks!
NEXT STOP: ANIMAL KINGDOM!
Asia: Expedition Everest Queue
In the queue for one of the best rides at Animal Kingdom, observe your surroundings and find the campsite the Yeti destroyed! On the table you’ll see a tea kettle that has been smashed by the Yeti’s claws, but it’s shape forms a Hidden Mickey!
Africa: Refreshment Stand outside exit to Kilimanjaro Safari
After your dangerous and fun exploration through the Savannah, grab a cool drink to cool off! This refreshment stand houses a small but adorable Hidden Mickey.
Dinoland U.S.A.: Chester and Hester’s Dinosaur Treasures
Pop into this merchandise location right by Goofy and Pluto’s meet-and-greet at the Dinoland Gas Station! It has a ton of fun dino-themed memorabilia, along with a unique Hidden Mickey! Look up when you enter the store to see a Mickey marionette! It’s hard to spot in the first picture, but the second picture shows you exactly what to look for!
Oasis: Tram Pickup
Like in Japan, take notice of the metal grates that cover the trees near the tram stop! The overlapping circles make a Hidden Mickey!
And that about wraps up our search for Hidden Mickeys! Like I’ve said before, there are too many to count; no one knows the exact number of Mickey heads hiding in the park! But keep your eye out and find as many as you can!