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A Few New Hidden Mickeys at Disneyland

Some folks had written to me about Hidden Mickeys in the new areas of Fantasyland in Disneyland, California. I like to visit Disneyland whenever I can, especially to check out new Hidden Mickey sightings. Check out these images!

In Fantasy Faire, you can meet your favorite princesses at the Royal Hall and enjoy a Princess-themed show at the Royal Theatre (check your Times Guide).
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In Fantasy Faire, locate Clopin's Music Box for some interesting images. To refresh, Clopin is the leader of the gypsies in the Disney movie "The Hunchback of Notre Dame."
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Look to the far left inside the Music Box to spot this classic three-circle Mickey at the top of the second window from the left. (Thanks to Nikolas Tejeda).
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At the other side of Fantasyland is the Fantasyland Theatre, where you can enjoy the high-tech show "Mickey and the Magical Map." Watch the backdrop of the stage for floating classic Hidden Mickey images. (Thanks to Sherrie Cotton and Sharon Gee).
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Follow along in the show as Mickey interacts with an elusive black splotch. At one point, just for a second, the round splotch forms a classic Mickey! (Thanks to Sherrie Cotton and Sharon Gee).
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With any new Disney offerings, always be vigilant for new Hidden Mickeys!


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