Did You Know? The Imagineers really thought of everything — the brown path running through Liberty Square is meant to signify where waste would have collected if it had been thrown out of windows like in the olden days.
Did You Know? The Morse code you hear clicking at the entrance of Frontierland isn’t random — it’s Walt Disney’s opening-day dedication speech at Disneyland.
Did You Know? It took more than 400 gallons of pink paint to cover the castle for Walt Disney World’s 25th Birthday.
Did You Know? In honor of Toy Story 3, Lego built a six-foot-six-inch tall version of Woody that weighs over 80 pounds and is built from more than 17,000 bricks. You can find this Lego masterpiece in Downtown Disney.
Did You Know? The Beast’s Castle boasts 115 windows.
Did You Know? There are 183 characters featured throughout the Under the Sea - Journey of the Little Mermaid attraction. 128 of them are featured in the Under the Sea scene!
Did You Know? The centerpiece chandelier in the Be Our Guest Restaurant takes guests breath away when they enter. That’s not surprising considering the chandelier it over 12 feet tall, 11 feet wide, and contains more than 84 candles and 100 jewels.
Did You Know? Walt Disney World goes through 194,871 Miles of toilet paper every year.
Did You Know? Animal Kingdom opened with no guide maps and no signs
Did You Know? When you enter the queue line for the Pirates of the Caribbean, take the queue that goes to the right. You will get the chance to peer in on two prisoners in a cell that look like they have been playing a game of chess for a very long time. They have actually been playing since the attraction opened in Disney World in 1973. However, this chess game will actually go on forever. The chess pieces are in such a configuration that chess experts around the world agree the game can never be won.