1. Walt Disney World employs in excess of 60,000 cast situs slot garansi members making it one of the largest single-site employer in the U.S.
2. Chewing gum is not sold in any of the Disney parks. If you see someone with gum or are a fan of it, you will have to bring your own.
3. Over 200 pairs of sunglasses are turned into lost & found each day at Disney World
4. More than 50 million cokes are consumed each year at Disney Parks. You will never find a Pepsi.
5. 14 feet below ground are the 9 acres of tunnels situs slot garansi servicing the Magic Kingdom called Utilidors. The Ultildors are home to the massive costume departments, cast member break rooms, garbage chutes and more. The tunnels allows cast members to move between the different lands.
6. The brown winding path in Liberty Square is meant to represent raw sewage that flowed down the streets of Colonial America, since indoor plumbing wasn’t yet invented.
7. With that in mind, there are not any bathrooms located in the Liberty Square to keep up the authenticity of the time period of that area.
8. In Frontierland, you can see a wooden leg labeled “Smith.” This is a reference to Mary Poppins. In the movie, Bert says, “I knew a man with a wood leg named Smith,” to which Uncle Albert responds, “What’s the name of his other leg?”
9. At 5.7 million gallons, Epcot’s Aquarium of the Seas is the second largest aquarium in the U.S. It used to be the largest until the Georgia Aquarium was built.
10. Rumor has it that an imagineer by the name of George was killed during the building of Pirates of the Caribbean. The story is told that his ghost haunts the ride to this day and workers say “goodnight George” before they shut down the ride each night.
11. Disney’s Transportation System is the third largest bus system in the state of Florida with over 290 buses to transport guests all over the grounds.
12. Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride was an original ride when the Magic Kingdom opened and a park favorite. After it closed a tombstone was placed in reddoortavern.com the pet cemetery of the Haunted Mansion for J.Thaddeus Toad.
13. The “Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” attraction replaced the “Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride” attraction. You can see a painting or Mr. Toad handing the deed over to Mr. Owl in line for the ride.
14. You never have to pay for water in any of the Disney parks. Any quick service restaurant will be happy to give you a cup.
15. Disney has grown over 500 oak trees from acorns of the Liberty Oak found in Liberty Square.
16. It really took an act of Congress to install the Presidential Seal in the “Hall of Presidents” attraction. There are only three seals: one in the Oval Office in DC, one in the Liberty hall containing the Liberty Bell, and one in the “Hall of Presidents.”
17. While the World Showcase in Epcot may seem complete and full, there is room for 8 additional countries. Spain, Isreal and Equatorial Africa have been considered in the past.