A hidden Mickey is a complete or partial image of a Mickey Mouse perfectly camouflaged to blend with various surroundings in Disney World.
One of the most fun activities to do in the Walt Disney World Resort is to search for hidden Mickeys. They’re everywhere, which keeps your brain working all the time.
This article lists 20 hidden Mickeys in Epcot. But don’t worry, there are still plenty more for you to look for on your own!
Epcot is one of the Walt Disney Company theme parks at Disney World. The other theme parks are Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom. Those parks also have hidden Mickeys to be found.
There are also hidden Mickeys at other Disney parks, Disney Springs, and on Disney Cruise Line ships.
20 Spots for Hidden Mickeys in Epcot
No one really knows the exact number of hidden Mickeys in Epcot, but they’re a lot for sure. With hidden Mickeys in Disney resorts, parks, and even transportation, they’re probably over a thousand.
Here are some of the most interesting ones and I’ll tell you what area they’re in:
1. Spaceship Earth
Right by the entrance, there’s the amazing Spaceship Earth. Pay particular attention when you reach the Renaissance part.
You can find a classic hidden Mickey made of three paint rings near the sculptor on the left of the time machines.
2. Living With the Land
The greenhouses of Living with the Land host several hidden Mickeys. Here are three of them:
- A hidden Mickey made of wire circles in the shrimp tubes
- A second hidden Mickey lies on the two massive tables that carry the different types of lettuce
- A third one can be seen from the Garden Grill Restaurant. On a huge mural featuring different kinds of vegetation, there’s a Mickey behind the ferns.
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3. Journey Into Imagination with Figment
Here too, guests can spot at least three hidden Mickeys, including:
- One in the visual effects and imagination laboratory
- A drawing of another hidden Mickey on a whiteboard by the right
- A third hidden Mickey made of onion rings on a plate in his kitchen of Figment’s upside-down house
4. The Canada Pavilion
Here are two hidden Mickeys in the Canada Pavilion in the World Showcase.
- A hidden Mickey on the very top of the totem on the left, right above the stairs
- Another Mickey in the wine rack right by the entrance of Le Cellier Restaurant.
The latter is a tough one as you may not be able to immediately see it if the rack is full.
5. Norway Pavilion
As you pass the Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post of the Norway Pavilion, you can spot a hidden Mickey made of rope.
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6. Innoventions Plaza
As you appreciate the Innoventions Plaza of Epcot, look closely at the word “Epcot” on the tip board. You can see that the “O” takes the form of a globe. Try to find Australia on the globe, and you’ll notice that it’s a hidden Mickey.
7. Japan Pavilion
In this pavilion, look behind the pagoda. You’ll find a hidden Mickey right under your feet on the cover of the drain in the koi pond.
8. In Standby Queues
Standby queues can be boring, but some people use the time to look for hidden Mickeys. This can make the wait a lot more fun.
- In the Frozen Ever After standby queue, the wall is decorated by three plates forming the head of a hidden Mickey.
- A second Mickey is on a drawing board by your right as you stand in the line of the Test Track.
- A third Mickey is on the first window of the waiting room of The Turtle Talk With Crush.
9. The American Pavilion
In the welcoming lobby of the American Adventure theater, there’s a hidden Mickey. Look for a painting of a man giving a speech before a large crowd.
Toward the bottom of the painting, there’s a woman with a large hat. Search for the Mickey on this hat.
10. The Mexican Pavilion
In the final scene of the Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros, there’s a hidden Mickey. You can find three drums forming Mickey’s head on a banner reading “Viva Donald” on your left.
11. The German Pavilion
Visit the Karamell Kuche shop to spot a Mickey made of vines on the shelf right by the entrance in the Germany Pavilion.
12. Space 220
The next time you dine at the Space 220 restaurant, look closely for a hidden Mickey.
You’ll spot it floating 220 miles above Earth as you enjoy your meal by the space elevator.
13. Soarin’ Around the World
Here, you can find more than one hidden Mickey if you have sharp eyes. They include:
- Three balloons form a hidden Mickey as you watch the hot air balloon of Utah.
- Another hidden Mickey appears as you watch the fireworks above the Spaceship Earth by the end of the show.
14. Seas with Nemo and Friends
As you enjoy watching sea creatures, pay attention to the bottom of the tank. You’ll see a hidden Mickey made of stones.
15. Morocco Pavilion
Three plates form an unmistakable hidden Mickey in the Morocco Pavilion. The plates may change from time to time, but the image is always there.
16. China Pavilion
Made of flowers, this is perhaps the most beautiful hidden Mickey. You can find it over the light poles by the entrance of the China Pavilion.
17. United Kingdom Pavilion
Take a careful look at the sign right outside the Sportsman’s Shoppe. You’ll spot a Mickey made of a football ball, soccer ball, and racquet.
18. Mission: SPACE
As you wait for Mission Space to launch, look for hidden Mickeys on your personal screen. You’ll find one on every side of the gangplank.
19. Italy Pavilion
Search behind the water flowing from the large dolphins by the Fontana Di Nettuno. You’ll spot a hidden Mickey indented in the rocks.
20. France Pavilion
In the France Pavilion, don’t let the grandeur of the Eiffel tower stop you from looking under your feet for hidden Mickeys. In fact, you can easily spot more than one on the grates under the trees in the walkways.
So, are there any hidden Mickeys in Epcot? Of course, there are plenty everywhere around you. You can find them in different places such as paintings, posters, windows, or even drain covers.
No matter where you go in Epcot, always be on the hunt for hidden Mickeys. Believe it or not, this search can be more fun than the amusement parks themselves!
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