One of our favorite things to do at Walt Disney World and Disneyland is to look for hidden Mickeys.
We have tossed the idea around several times with making this a regular feature and finally decided….why not? We will be sharing Hidden Mickeys with our readers from the entire World of Disney.
This weeks Hidden Mickey is in remembrance of part of Hollywood Studios that has recently been closed for park improvements. The Studio Catering Co.’s High Octane Refreshments was a great place to grab a drink and people watch. Did you ever get a chance to catch this Hidden Mickey?
While this was always an easy Hidden Mickey to find you really had to be on mission to find it if you weren’t actually a patron of High Octane Refreshments. Hopefully you were able to check this Hidden Mickey off your list before it is gone forever.
What is a Hidden Mickey? ~ A Hidden Mickey is a representation of Mickey Mouse that has been inserted subtly into the design of a ride, attraction, or other location in a Disney theme park, Disney properties, movie or other Disney product. The most common Hidden Mickey is a formation of three circles that may be perceived as the silhouette of the head and ears of Mickey Mouse, often referred to by Disney aficionados as a “Classic Mickey”. Mickeys may be painted, made up of objects (such as rocks, or three plates on a table), or be references such as someone wearing Mickey Mouse Club ears in a painting. Hidden Mickeys can take on many sizes and forms. via wikipedia