Spring Afternoon at Epcot and Hidden Mickeys

One sunny Saturday afternoon, I moseyed around the Flower & Garden Festival at Epcot. I started in Future World. The Hidden Mickey on the greaseboard is back in Figment’s ride! As you enter the Sight Room, a tiny dark classic Mickey is at the lower right of a greaseboard on a wall to your right. The greaseboard is below the words “Focus Group.” (Note: this Hidden Mickey may change locations on the board or even disappear at times. Thanks to Sharon Dale.)
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Here I am in the cool Oz exhibit.
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Look high to spot this Peter Pan topiary atop the Sportsman’s Shoppe in the United Kingdom Pavilion.
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I like to say hi to Remy inside Les Vins de France shop. He usually sits in a basket on a shelf near the ceiling, behind the service counter.
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Vickie and I catch a meal in Teppan Edo in the Japan Pavilion whenever we can. This time, the Chef build the tallest onion volcano I think I’ve ever seen!
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I like the Rock and Roll Bands of old that Disney brings back for the Festivals. “Paul Revere & the Raiders” just keep rocking on!
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While you’re salivating over caramel treats, check out a new Hidden Mickey inside the Karamell Kuche shop in the Germany Pavilion.
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A small orange classic Hidden Mickey is painted on merchandise shelf siding. It’s about halfway up on a vine on the right shelf siding closest to the door from the main World Showcase promenade. (Thanks to Casey, Werner Grundlingh, and Nicole O’Reilly).
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You never know when a new Hidden Mickey will appear, so keep searching!

Steve Barrett is a doctor and Disney nut whose favorite Walt Disney World memory is strolling through the Magic Kingdom with his young son on his shoulders. Not surprisingly, his favorite spot in the World is anywhere there's a Hidden Mickey. He suggests that all visitors take some time to chat with cast members, especially when looking for Hidden Mickeys, as they can enrich your Disney experience and make it even more magical.

One Reply to “Spring Afternoon at Epcot and Hidden Mickeys”

  1. Has the hidden Mickey on the Special Events, Food and Wine Festival Link been reported. Three glasses of wine placed strategically to form a Mickey.

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