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  1. Well, since it's Disneyland's 50th anniversary I hope everybody understand's this is special. And because it's special they painted Disneyland gold. Now to top that off they put Hidden Mickey 50's. It's a hidden Mickey with a 50 on it. Some could be seen easily, but others are hard to find. They could be found on attractions, streets in the park, and restraunts. Keep your eye's peeled.
    REPORTED: Shelby the Disneyfrk 23 APR 06
    Now it's the 50th anniversary of Disneyland there are hidden mickey 50's. One on every ride and there is one golden vechicle on each ride. Keep your eye's peeled!
    CONFIRMED: Disneyfrk 05 MAY 06
  2. General Disney Hidden Mickeys pict from hiddenmickeys.org
  3. My mother's uncles owned Playland at the Beach in San Francisco California. As most people know, Walt Disney traveled all over the country and employed other amusement park owners as consultants for what would eventually become Disneyland. They were glad to help because they really thought he would need help. They all thought building an amusement park on the site of an old orange grove was crazy and he was so far away from themselves that even if his park did succeed it would never interfere with their own business. Well this of course was right at the start of television and the jet age. Little did they know that Disney would revolutionize the business and take it over. Anyway, in 1954 Walt stayed with Mom's uncles and visited Playland in San Francisco. The next morning the Whitney Brothers got the idea to take Walt across the San Francisco Bay Bridge to Oakland to a little park called Childerns Fairyland, which is still there. Walt loved the place. They have a walk through attraction based on Alice in Wonderland, which later played a part in influencing the Alice attraction at Disneyland. Walt liked the cartoons that were painted on the wall and he therefore asked permission to contribute one of his own. I am sure that Fairylands owners were thrilled at the idea. So they gave him some paints from the supply room and Walt hand painted this Mickey Mouse directly onto the wall. So, enjoy the photo and if you are ever in Oakland California, go to Childrens Fairyland to see what is probably the oldest Hidden Mickey of them all.
    REPORTED: Warren Crandall 24 FEB 02
  4. There is a Hidden Mickey in the new parking structure
    REPORTED: anon 01 AUG 00
    For sure there's one on Level 2 (Daisy) in front of the pole/beam in-between aisle 3A & 3B.
    CONFIRMED: anon 21 SEP 00
    My boyfriend and I were walking to our car and I saw the hidden mickey on the Daisy Level in the parking structure. It is located between poles numbered 3A and 3B, there is a pole betweent those two poles and the hidden mickey is located on the ground, right next to the pole.
    CONFIRMED: Heather 31 OCT 01
    We found one in the concrete swirls in the parking structure.  It is large with the "head" circle being almost two feet in diameter.  Thousands of folks just walk over it, never looking down.  It is on the 2nd floor at 2A.  It is just outside of the stall, so even when a car is there, it remains visible.
    CONFIRMED: Wayne Tuttle 04 MAR 02 pict from hiddenmickeys.org
  5. Guest services Cast Members carry their keys on Mickey key rings.
    REPORTED: TR Shaw 24 SEP 00
    
    
    
    
    
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  6. Look at the buildings where you buy tickets. On top there is the classic tricircle Mickey  decor
    REPORTED: TR Shaw 08 JUN 00
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
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  7. Look at the buildings where you buy tickets. Each ticket window has a speaking hole in the shape of a Mickey  decor
    REPORTED: TR Shaw 08 JUN 00
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
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  8. Look at the Guest Services information booths outside of the parks. On top there is the classic tricircle Mickey  decor
    REPORTED: TR Shaw 08 JUN 00
    
    
    
  9. Throughout the area of the ticket sales booths there are a number of benches available to sit on. Every one of them has a Hidden Mickey for the end of the bench, rotated to one side. The legs of the bench are the large circle and one of the smaller ones, the other smaller circle points straight up to anchor the back of the bench.
    REPORTED: R W Lipp 16 JAN 01
    I had to make a comment about the hidden Mickey sighting that is number nine on the general sightings list. The mickeys that are the bench legs in the ticket area are decor...they are easily visible due to the fact that there are about 15 benches with this on them and the Mickey's are about two feet tall.
    WISHFUL THINKING: ray ray 17 MAR 06
    pict from hiddenmickeys.org pict from hiddenmickeys.org
                            
  10. Take a look at the Mickey rivets in the fencing Ironwork around the trees in the entry plaza between Disneyland and California Adventure.   
    REPORTED: Martin & Veronica 23 JAN 01
    CONFIRMED: Mickey's Best 07 MAR 01
    CONFIRMED: david nelsen 20 JUN 01
    CONFIRMED: Gary Eckhardt 09 AUG 01
    While waiting at the ticket booths for Disneyland/California Adventure, my six-year old son noticed that all the rivets on the decorative fences around the trees in plaza were hidden Mickeys. I had been explaining Hidden Mickeys to him as we came to the park, and he was so proud to spot one right away!
    CONFIRMED: Bill Harris 21 AUG 01
    Between the entrances to Disneyland and California Adventure, near the ticket sales booths, the trees have iron cages around the trunks to protect them from the crowds. The circular pieces are bolted to vertical metal strips. Every other bolt (it may not actually function as a bolt) is a Mickey.
    CONFIRMED: Greg 24 AUG 01
    CONFIRMED: Dave 20 SEP 01
    CONFIRMED: jacki 26 SEP 01
    CONFIRMED: Cassie 10 JAN 02
    Outside the gates of Disneyland, between the two parks, there are tall trees with ornamental green ironwork around them. The bolts holding them together are perfect Mickeys.
    CONFIRMED: Jacalyn Powell 06 MAR 02
    Outside the entrance, there are several trees encased in green-painted ironwork "cages." The rivets joining the pieces together are tri-circle Mickey heads.
    CONFIRMED: Tabby 31 MAR 02
    My daughter brought this to my attention. Outside the gates, where you buy the tickets. the tall skinny trees that have the metal cage type fences around them that go up the trunk a good 1/2- 3/4 of the way up, every other rivet or bolt is in the shape of a hidden mickey.
    CONFIRMED: Heidi 12 APR 02
    CONFIRMED: Krister 06 MAY 02
    You wait in line to get your bags searched before entering the park.While in line, there are these huge trees and brush encased within these blue/green metal bars. The bars are held together by nuts and bolts. If you look closely, certain bolts are in the shape of Hidden Mickeys.
    CONFIRMED: Patty Liu 03 MAY 06
  11. This isn't exactly a hidden Mickey. However, during the traffic reports on the news, there is a little Mickey head showing where Disneyland is on the close up of Anaheim. Like I said, it's not really hidden, but it's kind of cute to look for.
    REPORTED: Kate 16 JUN 98
  12. This one's not exactly hidden, but you do need some in-the-know about it, however. On the new parking lot trams, the Big Dawgs as a PL cast member will call them, there's one on the horn. The trams were built by Disney, however they did use some standard auto parts. The steering column came from Ford. Disney covered up the Ford logo with a picture of Mickey on it, so Ford wouldn't come in and say Disney was using their products in a commercial way. If you ask the tram driver extremely nicely, he may let you look...
    REPORTED: Glasses Crow 02 AUG 98
  13. I am a Disneyland cast member. I work in the Parking Lot (driving the trams, rear tram, directing traffic, etc...). At certain times of the day when the sun hits the light poles in the parking lot a certain way, they make a hidden Mickey.
    REPORTED: anon 28 APR 99
  14. I was at the Wells Fargo ATM machine and on the top of the wood that encased the machine there were 2 hidden Mickey's on either side of the yellow wood that encased the Wells Fargo Machine...that was outside the park itself near the ticket area.
    REPORTED: Jeanne 10 MAY 99 Exclaimation
  15. When you tell Cast Members that its your birthday at City Hall, they will give you a personalized sticker to wear. If other Cast At the end of the exclamation point there is an Hidden Mickey.
    REPORTED: Amy 05 APR 99
  16. In many resteraunts at Disneyland, the drink they give you has a Mickey in it. The cup is blue with TinkerBell on it. She is surrounded by little bubbles. Three of these bubbles create the tri circle Mickey.
    REPORTED: Dillon Henderson 13 APR 06
    CONFIRMED: anon 16 MAY 06
  17. Has anyone ever noticed that at various places in the park there are tall marble looking lamp posts(usually in rows). Well, look on top of them, and you will see the original Mickey ears and head! I was trying to find some hidden mickeys, and much to my delight, the wonderful creators of Disneyland never missed a spot.
    REPORTED: anon 10 FEB 01
  18. When we purchased something at the Emporium, the receipt we got back had little, hard to see Mickeys printed on them. I never noticed them, so I checked a receipt I got a month back, the Mickey's weren't there.
    REPORTED: Tai&Eve 19 MAY 98
    CONFIRMED: Jackie Wickware 23 DEC 99
  19. Located to the left of Harbor House, the old cast member entrance to the park, is the old Disney University. In front of the building, facing away from the park, are these green hedges that produce Mickey shaped berries! The head looks like a big green berry and two attached smaller red berries, which looks like a green Mickey head with red ears.I don't know if they were made to grow this way, or just a freak occurance, but the Mickey berries do exist!
    REPORTED: John Solorzano 28 JAN 98
    The Mickey Berries are true! I saw them with my own eyes. The bush is still located near Harbor House. It was trimmed a little, but it's still there even after all the construction. Good Work John for spotting them!
    CONFIRMED: Amanda Boyce 30 JAN 98
  20. On the California Adventure Prevue Center (by the Team Disney building) there is a poster advertising the second gate in Anaheim. It shows a Disney version of the Hollywood Walk of fame, with the markers being HMs instead of being stars! In the waiting area for casting, the Welcome sign has a Hidden Mickey! Not really Hidden, but few non-CM people have seen the Sorceror Mickey and the Classic Mickey signs on the wall by the Prevue Center's parking lot (Guest parking for TD building too.)
    REPORTED: Scott M. Leonard 10 JUN 97 pict from hiddenmickeys.org
  21. A General Information booth which resides outside the Front Entrance contains the Mickey insignia in the bar!
    REPORTED: Benjamin Rockwell 20 JAN 97
    CONFIRMED: Eric B 25 MAY 96
    
    
    
    pict from hiddenmickeys.org
  22. When we were waiting in line to ride on the Matterhorn, I was admiring all of the pretty flowers that surround the park, and of course I wasn't picking the flowers or any thing, but I swear there was a pansy that was shaped in the exact replica of Mickey's face!
    REPORTED: Rudy Gharib 20 FEB 99
  23. Look at the flowers at the entrance. decor
  24. Like the report of the stroller/wheelchair sign, the same scroll work is displayed on the Non Profit Group Sales sign located outside of the park to the west of the entrance.
    REPORTED: Eric B 20 NOV 96
    CONFIRMED: Mitch Tatro 17 JAN 97
    CONFIRMED: Steven 14 JUL 01
  25. Like the report of the stroller/wheelchair sign, the same scroll work is displayed on the Express ATM sign located outside of the park to the west of the entrance.
    REPORTED: Eric B 20 NOV 96
    CONFIRMED: Mitch Tatro 17 JAN 97 pict from hiddenmickeys.org
  26. OK, it's not that hidden of a Mickey, you might even call it a decor, however some of the food service people (soda carts, popcorn carts, etc) throughout the whole park wear these. Not all of them wear these costumes (uniforms), but these costumes are more prevalent within the last month or so.
    REPORTED: Benjamin Rockwell 09 SEP 96
    CONFIRMED: Lee 18 SEP 96
    CONFIRMED: Eric B 08 NOV 96
    CONFIRMED: elaine daley 27 NOV 96
    CONFIRMED: Jen Pitoniak 03 DEC 96
    These are the new costumes for Outdoor Vending. Look closely, and you'll see it embroidered on the shirts, too.
    CONFIRMED: Amy 08 JAN 97
    CONFIRMED: Tami 17 MAR 97
    CONFIRMED: Heidi Rittner 14 APR 97
    CONFIRMED: Lauren Ferreira 12 JUL 97
    The Outdoor Vendor shirts are decor, as they are pretty hard to miss. I believe that there's also a patch on one of the sleeves which may have a Hidden Mickey in the design.
    CONFIRMED: Brandon Davis 29 DEC 99
  27. Most bathrooms in the park have Disney Recycles signs over the sinks. decor pict from hiddenmickeys.org
    REPORTED: Chris Rogers 19 AUG 96
    CONFIRMED: Benjamin Rockwell 05 JAN 97
    CONFIRMED: Bill Catherall 13 JAN 97
    CONFIRMED: Eric B 23 MAR 97
    In the bathrooms of the Hungry Bear Restaurant, there is either a Hidden Mickey or decor Mickey in the recycled paper sign on the wall.
    CONFIRMED: CindyP 02 APR 97
    CONFIRMED: Heidi Rittner 14 APR 97
    If you look on the Disneyland Map and Guest Information guide there is a "Printed on recycled paper" sign that has a hidden Mickey on it. It is located on the bottom right hand corner when you open the guide up. (underneath the legend)
    UPDATE: Ryan J. 20 MAY 99
    CONFIRMED: Brandon Davis 29 DEC 99
  28. They now have for sale those stupid little balls you put on your car antenna. They are black balls with ears on them.decor
    REPORTED: anon 21 MAY 96
    CONFIRMED: Donna Higa-Lewis 12 JUN 96 pict from hiddenmickeys.org
    CONFIRMED: Eric B 20 JUN 96
    Just received one in the mail from a Hidden Mickeys supporter! Thanks, they're cool. Its on my 900 Mhz phone antenna!
    UPDATE: TR Shaw 26 JUL 96
    I just purchased my very own Mickey Mouse Antenna ball. They were selling like wildfire at the Star Trader.
    REPORTED: g shoop 09 DEC 96
    Mickey's for car antennas can now be purchased in the Five and Dime in Toontown and in Tomorrowland in the gift shop as you exit Space Mountain.
    UPDATE: Tami Payne 14 DEC 96
    They now have them for sale at the Emporium on Main St. and elsewhere in the park
    UPDATE: Eric B 28 DEC 96
    CONFIRMED: Benjamin Rockwell 05 JAN 97
    The balls have been for sale at the Studio, employee Disney University, for $2 each. They limit employees to only 5 balls each per day.
    CONFIRMED: Stan Lynch 15 FEBm 97
    CONFIRMED: Heidi Rittner 14 APR 97
    CONFIRMED: Lauren Ferreira 07 JUN 97
    CONFIRMED: richard blythe 08 DEC 97
    Those Antenna Balls are decor and they're not stupid! They're sold most everywhere in the park too. During Christmas time you can find ones with little Santa hats on, which I think dress them up a bit. Antenna balls reading Disney Imagineering have the same ball with a Sorcerer's Apprentice hat on and are Imagineering exclusives, I believe.
    CONFIRMED: Brandon Davis 29 DEC 99
  29. In 4 small little corners of the bicycle pushed food and beverage carts, pict from hiddenmickeys.org you will notice these little Mickey symbols. I think it might be considered small enough to be Hidden. If you aren't paying attention, you might not even notice them. decor
    REPORTED: Benjamin Rockwell 09 MAR 97
    CONFIRMED: Eric B 23 MAR 97
    CONFIRMED: Jared Crawford AKA Spoilboy 02 AUG 97
    CONFIRMED: Brandon Davis 29 DEC 99
  30. These Mickeys are decor. If you buy a peanut butter and jelly sandwich or corn chips at Disneyland, the sandwich and chips are cut into the 3-circle, Mickey Mouse shape.
    REPORTED: Kate 03 APR 97
    Definitely Decor!
    WISHFUL THINKING: shaida 23 JUN 01 pict from hiddenmickeys.org
  31. Crazy Straws in the form of our favorite Mouse!decor
    REPORTED: Benjamin Rockwell 20 JAN 97
  32. This could just be wishful thinking, but I could swear I found a naturally occurring Hidden Mickey. I was riding the monorail from the Disneyland Hotel. I was sitting with my back to the front of the monorail on the far right side of the car. I was looking down and to my left side at the lily ponds as we were heading into Tomorrowland. I saw three lily pads in the shape of Mickey's head and ears. It could have been just a naturally occurring formation, but it's also possible that the Imagineers designed the pads that way.
    REPORTED: J.D. Stearns 06 AUG 96
    CONFIRMED: Nathan 14 DEC 99
  33. I found a hidden Mickey right outside the exit of the park. Go to the exit turnstile furthest to the left. I'm not sure if this is the exact spot but I do know that there are three holes in the ground in the bottom right hand side of one of the cement squares. I think you have to walk about 10 or 15 feet from the left turn style but I am not sure.
    REPORTED: Mike LaMasa 07 AUG 98 pict from hiddenmickeys.org
  34. I recently bought a small art plaque of Sleeping Beauty at Disneyland. It shows the scene where Aurora is picking berries. Some of the berries in her basket are in clusters which form Mickey heads. They are probably in that scene in the movie, too. If you see the art plaque (they have other movies too), look for the little Mickeys!
    REPORTED: Kate 18 APR 98
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  1. We inquired about Disneyland weddings, and received some beautiful brochures, etc. from Disney inside this pretty folder with a gorgeous Disney Fairy Tales logo. And the paper is embossed-- you know, with a raised pattern of flowers, etc., like a wedding invitation. And it took me two days to look at the pattern-- lo and behold, this gorgeous embossed paper has tiny Mickeys in it!!! They're very tasteful, very well-spaced, but they're purposeful Mickeys.
    REPORTED: Meg 17 NOV 00

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