What Do You Think of These Questionable Hidden Mickeys in the Magic Kingdom?

from Hidden Mickey Guy Steve Barrett

Take a look at the following images to see if they qualify to be Hidden Mickeys/Characters. The first photo is from near the end of “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” ride. Just to the right of center, is there a white sideways classic Hidden Mickey at the top of the rock pile?

Possible Hidden Mickey
Possible Hidden Mickey in Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

At the first part of “it’s a small world,” to the right of your boat, check out this boy dancer in a green costume, holding a girl above him. Do the three gems on the upper center of his chest form a Hidden Mickey? (Thanks to Jason, Tammy, and Lily Armstrong.)

Possible Hidden Mickey in “it’s a small world”

In a recess at the rear of Merida’s Meet and Greet at Fairytale Garden, an exposed-brick clearing on a wall looks suspiciously like Merida’s horse Angus, or does it? (Thanks to Alena White and Marc Schreiber.)

Possible HIdden Mickey in Fairytale Garden

For comparison, here’s a Disney Clip Art image of Merida and Angus. https://www.disneyclips.com/imagesnewb/archery.html

Keep up the search for Hidden Mickeys and Hidden Characters!

You can see more Hidden Mickeys from Steve Barrett HERE.

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.

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One Reply to “What Do You Think of These Questionable Hidden Mickeys in the Magic Kingdom?”

  1. I don’t think any of these are intentional hidden Mickey’s. Problem with looking for hidden Mickey’s is once you get that shape in your head you begin to see it everywhere, as it really is a rather common random shape within art, nature, and architecture. And, whereas, I think that the creators of intentional hidden Mickey’s want you to have to search for them, I think they also want them to be obvious once they are spotted. So, my default position is if there is any doubt, then it is just a random shape and not intentional.