The Biggest Hidden Mickeys
Hidden Mickeys are one of the many unique details Imagineers incorporated into Disney parks that give guests a visual scavenger hunt to complete. They are combinations of three circles that resemble Mickey’s head. While there’s no official record released from Disney, there are more than 1,000 reported Hidden Mickeys across the theme parks.
Two of the biggest Hidden Mickeys are so big you wouldn’t even notice them if you were standing right in the middle of them. The largest one is Mickey Mouse Forest, consisting of over 60,000 trees planted in the early 90s. There’s also Expedition Everest in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, which uses the entire mountain as Mickey’s head.