The buildings in in Liberty Square have "street
numbers". These aren't street numbers, but, the year of which the
particular architecture was popular.
REPORTED: Pixxie 06 JUL 00
The live oak that serves as the
centerpiece of Liberty Square is
more than 130 years old, and was
found on the southern end of Walt
Disney World property. In order
to move the 38-ton tree, 2-inch
holes were drilled through the
trunk, then fitted with steel dowel
pins. Once transplanted, the pins
were removed and replaced with
sections of oak hardwood. With
careful observation, the plugs can
still be seen today.
It is the proud
parent of more than 500 young
trees. They all started out as
acorns harvested from the majestic
REPORTED: Mark Matthews 08 AUG 95
CONFIRMED: Lynda Fox 19 NOV 96
CONFIRMED: Joshua L 04 MAR 97
Right in the middle of LIberty Square is a replica of The Liberty Bell. If you reach into the bell and swing the clapper, the bell rings LOUD! Hold your ears! I do this everytime I pass through Liberty Square.
REPORTED: Charlie Vazquez 23 MAY 99
Disney has removed the Georgia flag from its "Liberty Flag Plaza" (Where they display the flags from the 13 original colonies) and have replaced it with the "Don't Tread on Me" Colonial Flag. I bet you it had something to do with the fact that the GA flag contains the Confederate Battle Flag.
REPORTED: anon 24 AUG 98
A note about
Disney Liberty Square, there were six wooden houses done by Shelia's
Collectibles and one ornament. The following is a list of them.