DFB Video: Hidden Secrets of Disney World Explained! (Part 1)

Hey…. do you wanna know a secret? I sure hope so, because we’re back with another DFB Video today, and we’re explaining some Hidden Secrets of Disney World!

What secret does Main Street, U.S.A hold?

What secret does Main Street, U.S.A hold?

You’ll notice this video is titled “Part 1,” because there are many more secrets where these came from, and we’ll have more to share in this series soon! But today we’re taking on several Imagineering details around Disney World that you may not have noticed on your last visit…. but you can be sure to use these fun facts to impress your family and friends on your next one! So, huddle in as we share some Disney World SECRETS in our latest DFB YouTube Video!

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So check out the video and then let us know: Do you have any hidden Disney World secrets to share? 

Comments

  1. Lee says

    It’s a common misconception that it is “illegal” (with penalties) to not lower (or light) US flags at night and not take them down during rain/snow/other bad weather. While it’s respectful to do so, there are no laws *requiring* such. If you look around almost any town in the US, you will see many US flags that are never lowered, and a few that have been flying so long that they have become tattered.

    What there *is* is the flag code (which is a law) which suggests how to properly display flags. While it is a law, no penalties are imposed. I’m sure Disney used non-official US-style flags to be able to say honestly that they were obeying the flag code, but the fact is most visitors will never notice that the flags Disney displays are not official flags. So while they are obeying the letter of the law of the flag code, to all appearances they are not. They are certainly not using unofficial flags to avoid penalties, as there are none. Generally the only penalties with respect to flags are for mutilating flags or displaying flags with additional symbols or words added.

    I hate seeing tattered flags, but most business owners, and even local government agencies, seem to care if their US flag(s) are tattered.

  2. Essie says

    Wow, this was a super fun and very cool video, AJ! Thanks for doing it, and I can’t wait until the next one!

  3. dave says

    And speaking of flags, if you are going to be staying at the Wilderness Lodge, when you make your reservation ask if you can be flag raisers for the day during your stay. Every morning they pick a person/people/family to walk up special stairs onto the roof and raise the flag on the main bldg ! Sometimes you can get it at reservation time and others get it upon asking at check-in. The view from there has to be phenomenal.

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