General New York Street

Fun Facts

  1. At the far end of New York Street, past the arch, is a church. Above the door is a set of windows in a circular pattern which forms multiple Hidden Mickey's.
    REPORTED: The Blanchette Family 22 JUN 97
    It makes more than one Mickey head.
    CONFIRMED: Eric Schmidt 12 JUL 97
  2. On the New York Street there is a hotel facade. Over the main door is gold carved scrollwork, and right in the center there is the tri circle Mickey formation. You have to step right up to the door to see it!
    REPORTED: Tiger von Pagel 26 APR 01
  3. Look for the street with the locksmith sign. Enter from the main New York Street, and continue to the locksmith sign. About halfway to the end of the street is an area where people have signed their names in wet cement. Look at the curb and you will see Mickey's head chipped out. It's large and hard to miss.
    REPORTED: Todd D McCartney 16 JUL 93
    Now, there's a real Hidden Mickey.
    CONFIRMED: Graham Allan 03 SEP 93
    CONFIRMED: Shawn Connelly 08 SEP 93

    We finally found it but it was a stretch to say the least.
    WISHFUL THINKING: Bushheart 08 JAN 96
    I spotted it while at The Hunchback of Notre Dame stage show. If you sit in the very last row of the bleachers, find the locksmith sign, follow the sidewalk towards the arena area, and bam, right there on the corner of the sidewalk you can clearly see the hidden Mickey chipped away in the cement.
    CONFIRMED: Jill Kovalic 29 SEP 96
  4. While walking down New York Street, heading towards the Honey I Shrunk the Kids play area, on the blacktop of the road there "randomly" scattered bricks. Right before you turn off New York Street to go into the play area there are three bricks, a large one in the center with a smaller one to each side which form a Hidden Mickey.
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  6. At the end of New York Street, The Power Rangers make a personal appearance throughout the day. Of course we had to go, since our three year old grandson would not have forgiven us for coming back without pictures. The "exhaust" (?) portals on the rear of their car form a classic Hidden Mickey. REPORTED: jon patti 05 APR 06

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