Warning: this article contains a spoiler for where to find a specific Hidden Mickey. If you prefer to try and discover this Hidden Mickey yourself, click away!
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By now, everybody from casual Disney fans to Guests who have been visiting the Parks for years knows about the many Hidden Mickeys scattered within the animated films and all around Walt Disney World property. Whether visiting Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, EPCOT, or even Walt Disney World Resort hotels, there are dozens of Hidden Mickeys for you to find and discover.
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Many Disney fans try to find as many as possible, knowing that Walt Disney Imagineering has hidden these intricate easter eggs for Guests to find. But one Hidden Mickey, in particular, is incredibly hard to find without direction. It’s so rare that it only appears once a year, for a few minutes, before disappearing again for hundreds of days.
If you want to find this elusive Hidden Mickey, you’ll genuinely have to be in the right spot at the right time, and that spot is an attraction in Magic Kingdom’s New Fantasyland.
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Under The Sea ~ The Journey of the Little Mermaid is a slow-moving dark ride that tells the story of the fan-favorite film, The Little Mermaid (1989). Once a year, on Mickey Mouse’s birthday (November 18), a Hidden Mickey appears in the outdoor portion of this attraction’s waiting queue.
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In this video, TikTok user @wdwmagazine.com points out this super rare Hidden Mickey. Given its brief appearance once a year, we could argue that this is the rarest Hidden Mickey in Magic Kingdom.
Have you ever seen this Hidden Mickey before? Keep an eye out for it next November 18!