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Where at Disney Parks Can You Find… Nov. 15, 2011

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

Have You Seen These Leaves at Disney Parks?

It’s the season to see the changing of the leaves but look close – these colorful leaves can only be spotted while walking around Disney Parks. If this week’s mystery puzzler has you scratching your head, here’s a hint – these leaves are not on the ground but high above. Have you seen them? Please put your answers in the comments and we’ll update the post with the answer later today.


Hundred Acre Goods sign at Magic Kingdom Park

You got it, the leaves can indeed be found on the Hundred Acre Goods sign at Magic Kingdom Park. In the shop, both of my daughters have found some of their favorite gifts. How’d you do this week?

Comments

  • I was gonna say the Canada Pavilion….The Hundred Acre was my second guess so do me and Richard get prizes 😉

  • The leaves are located on the “Hundred Acre Goods” shop sign along with more leaves and two small lanterns. The shop and sign are located next to “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” ride in Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland, and, the facade of the ride, the shop, and also the sign were changed to fit in with the Fantasyland Forest which is coming soon!

    • Well done, Emily. Thanks.

  • Frontierland for sure. Possibly near the Indian statue?

  • The leaves are part of the Hundred Acre Goods sign (sign of logs) in Fantasyland, Magic Kingdom. I’m agree with Theresa. Nice mysterious image of this week, Thomas!

    • Thank you, Carlos.

  • My guess is somewhere on Fort Wilderness, maybe one of the signs leading into the hotel.

  • A total guess… but it SHOULD be at the Canada Pavilion in Epcot!!! 🙂

  • It reminds me of the character kiosks in Camp Minnie-Mickey…maybe the one to the far right with the fall colors. It was (maybe still is?) the kiosk to see Donald Duck?

  • Hundred Acre Goods sign in Fantasyland at Walt Disney World!

    • Wow, fantastic Theresa. You nailed it – and so fast!

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