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Old 08-01-2007, 06:57 AM   #1
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Magic Kingdom Scavenger hunt

What is this called again? Is there anyone who has recently done it? We are considering doing it with our ds5 and dd2.
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I'm not sure which one you are talking about but here is one I've seen in the past...

Magic Kingdom Scavenger Hunt

Main Street, U.S.A

"Main Street, U.S.A. is America at the turn of the century - the crossroads of an era. The gas lamps and the electric lamps, the horse drawn car and the auto car. Main Street is everyone's home town...the heartline of America." - Walt Disney

1. What is the motto of the Walt Disney World Railroad?

2. Who is its Chief Engineer?

3. What is the elevation of the Magic Kingdom?

4. What are the names of our four genuine steam engine locomotives?

5. Inside the Main Street Railroad Stations, the luggage of which Disney characters waits to be picked up?

6. In the Main Street Station's waiting room, who stars in the MutaScope presentation of "Old San Francisco?

7. What magazine is the Main Street Station Master devoted to reading?

8. According to the window next to the entrance, who is the proprietor of the Main Street Emporium?

9. What year did the Main Street Emporium "officially" open?

10. From which cities does the Main Street Emporium receive goods daily?

11. Which two U.S. Presidents are represented on the friendly Native American on Main Street USA?

12. Casey's Corner on Main Street USA is named for the title character in Casey at Bat. What's the name of Casey's team?

13. At the turn of the century, P.T. Barnum and his circus were from Bridgeport, Connecticut. What objects on Main Street come from that city?

14. According to the windows on Main Street USA, who is the proprietor of Home Sweet Home Interior Decorators?

15. Whose window on Main Street, U.S.A. features "Seven Summits Expeditions?"


"Tomorrowland...a vista into a world of wondrous ideas, signifying man's achievements...a step into the future with predictions of constructive things to come. Tomorrow offers new frontiers in science, adventure and ideals...the challenge of outer space, and the hope of a peaceful and unified world." - Walt Disney

16. According to the signs on the way from the Plaza Pavillion to Tomorrowland, who will be conducting the Martian Pops Orchestra in concert?

17. On which line is the Tomorrowland Transit Authority's "glided tour of Tomorrowland?

18. What is the name of the longtime Tomorrowland resident who is in Skyview Hovercraft One bringing you the latest Tomorrowland traffic report?

19. On the Tomorrowland Transit Authority, what group proudly presents "Walt Disney's 20th century vision of the future?"

20. The cool scanner reveals that the Cool Ship is in what type of mode?

21. Where in Tomorrowland would you find one of a kind Mercury Marble sculptures and Marswood furniture?

22. Tomorrowland is the home of the "Loyal Order of...what?"

23. How many Toy Story aliens patiently wait to be chosen by the claw?

24. Who is currently appearing at Cosmic Ray's Starlite Lounge?

25. Which direction does the arrow on Goofy's green spacesuit point as he works on the two silver spaceships?

26. This car of the future never moves but it features what kind of futuristic steering?

27. What building houses an ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter?

28. What building houses the TimeKeeper?

29. What attraction soars high above Rockettower Plaza?

30. Even without going on the ride, all good Space Rangers know that this type of battery is best for the world of tomorrow.

Mickey's Toontown Fair

"I only hope that we never lose sight of one thing -- that it was all started by a mouse." - Walt Disney

31. What is floating in the Gulp Gas pump?

32. W-A-C-K-Y Radio Plays "All Country, All the....what?"

33. Who is the "Rowdiest Rooster on Radio?"

34. In Minnie's Country House, who are Minnie's Great-Grandparents?

35. In Minnie's family photos, who is carrying a copy of the newspaper The Cheese Report?

36. Which three enchanting ladies think Minnie's diet "works like magic?"

37. Who is the founder of Mickey's Toontown Fair?

38. Who won the award for "Most Aerodynamic Cream Pie"?

39. Most cowboys wear a ten gallon hat but Mickey's hat is how many gallons?

40. Mickey Mouse has received a package from Peter Pan that clearly warns people to do what?

41. While Donald and Goofy are remodeling Mickey's kitchen, they are actually just subconstractors of what construction company?

42. Where does Mickey Mouse keep the framed posters for his cartoons "Mickey's Good Deed" and "Mickey's Nightmare"?

43. In his garage, what project is on Mickey's workbench?

44. Pluto's windchimes are made of what?

45. Who drew the map aboard the S.S. Miss Daisy?


"Here is the world of imagination, hopes and dreams. In this timeless land of enchantment, the age of chivalry, magic, and make-believe are reborn, and fairy tales come true. Fantasyland is dedicated to the young at heart, to those who believe that when you wish upon a star, your dreams come true." - Walt Disney

46. At the Mad Tea Party, waht is the color of the Dormouse's bow-tie?

47. In Chapter One, Winnie the Pooh begins his search for honey where?

48. What time is it at the Seven Dwarfs Mine?

49. The lamp posts surrounding Dumbo feature three golden elephants balancing on what?

50. According to the Wicked Queen's spellbook in Snow White's Scary Adventures, what is the only antidoe for the Potion of the Sleeping Death?

51. What two artists created the mosaic panels in the archway of Cinderella Castle?

52. Which ancient jewelry making art is practiced in The King's Gallery?

53. At Cinderella's Fountain, Cinderella greets six of her animal friends but which one is different than the other five?

54. What Disney character appears on the Fantasyland trashcans?

55. In Tinker Bell's Treasures, there are framed pictures on the wall of Wendy, John, Michael and who?

56. In Cleo's Room in Pinocchio's Village Haus, a collection of what lines the walls?

57. What are the two different times shown on Mickey's tailor clocks?

58. What does Mrs. Potts store in her windows?

59. In "it's a small world" only two figures represent the United States. Which two are they?

60. Outside Peter Pan's Flight, what is Tick-Tock Croc carrying? 61. Where is the one place in Fantasyland where you can see a picture of Cinderella running with her prince to their carriage after just being married?

Liberty Square

"Actually, if you could see close in my eyes, there's an American Flag waving in both of them..." - Walt Disney

62. Our Liberty Tree is well over one hundred years old and is a Southern Live Oak known as what?

63. Where in Liberty Square would you find an old fashioned Pinocchio puppet near a wooden rocking horse?

64. Which numbered door on Liberty Square includes an authentic boot scraper out in front?

65. What was the very first name given to the Liberty Bell?

66. what country's name is engraved on the back of the Liberty Bell?

67. Who narrates the 17 minute journey of the paddlewheeler Liberty Belle?

68. At the Haunted Mansion, whose tombstone reads "No mourning please, at his request?"

69. According to the memorial at the exit of the Haunted Mansion, Bluebeard had "seven winsome wives, some fat, some thin. the first six were faithful..." but what did the seventh one do?

70. What psychic medium offers seances, potions and crystal gazing outside the Haunted Mansion?

71. Who "met his fate at the ahnds of a garden rake" and now "rests in pieces?"

72. How many lanterns hang in the Liberty Tree?

73. In the Hall of Presidents, which presidential figures actually speak?


"Here we experience the story of our country's past...the colorful drama of frontier America in the exciting days of the covered wagon and the stage coach, the advent of the railroad and the romantic riverboat. Frontierland is a tribute to the faith, courage and ingenuity of the pioneers who blazed the trails across America." - Walt Disney

74. What's the Pecos Bill Code of the West?

75. On March 24, 1894, who joined the Ranger Force of the State of Texas?

76. If you were sitting by teh Red Cross Oak pot bellied stove looking at the WAnted poster for Curly McKay, where would you be?

77. What three things does A.C. Dietz and Co. import?

78. On what day and at what time will 35 head of choice stock horses be auctioned?

79. Where will you find a picture of Br'er Rabbit's red and white polka dotted bundle without Br'er Rabbit?

80. That bottle of Potassium Bromide next to the bottles of Hyroquinone and Sodium Carbonate can only be used in combination for a particular process and are located on this shelf near what?

81. Where is Ol' Tom Hubbard buried?

82. What are the names of the four Tom Sawyer Island river rafts?

83. What Missouri matron runs a dockside inn on Tom Sawyer Island?

84. What little town lies nested at the base of Big Thunder Mountain?

85. Who is the unfortunate rainmaker in that little town?


"Here is adventure, here is romance, here is mystery. Tropical rivers, flowing silently into the unknown, the unbelievable splendor of exotic flowers, the eerie sounds of the jungle, with eyes that are always watching. ..this is Adventureland." - Walt Disney

86. How many drums decorated with seashells pound at the entrance to Adventureland?

87. The patrons at the Aloha Isle might be concerned if they knew this hidden item in the landscaping was pointing in their direction.

88. What were the names of the three Robinson sons at the Swiss Family Treehouse?

89. Is the Zanzibar Trading Company an importer, exporter or both of exotic gifts?

90. What fictional kingdom is the setting for Aladdin's Magic Carpet Ride?

91. Ilene Dover and Ann Fellen are missing persons and if we have any information about them we need to report that information to whom?

92. How many times has the Jolly Roger flag been shot by cannonballs?

93. What tattoo adorns the one-eyed talking parrot?

94. Barrels and boxes of Brandy, Rum, Cannon Balls, Powder, Lead Shots, and Munitions are stored outside this entrance labeled with what Spanish word?

95. This Spanish helmet sits between two unlit lamps on the shelf located where?

96. The names of two stars of the 1960 Disney classic The Swiss Family Robinson are hidden on nearby crates. Who are they?

97. A bust of what English playwright can be found near the exit of Pirates of the Caribbean?

98. What are the names of the four Spanish fountains in Adventureland?

99. What are the names of the two new owners of the Enchanted Tiki Room?

100. What is the name of the statue of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse in the center of the park?


Magic Kingdom Scavenger Hunt - Tip Sheet

Main Street, U.S.A.

1. First question of the bunch... so start at the beginning of the park.
2. Same goes here.
3. Also here.
4. Where would you put names of trains?
5. Look for some not-so-ordinary (and very Disney) luggage.
6. Mutascope = machine with a flipbook inside to show a movie... look around for one.
7. Try peering through some windows.
8. Easy enough.
9. You'll find three different answers to this one depending on where you look. The correct answer is found indoors.
10. Same spot as above.
11. Check the Native American.
12. Ask Cast Members. Most know.
13. Think about the question... they're talking about the circus, right? Well, the circus is always on tour. What do circus members need in order to keep in touch with family members and friends back home?
14. Just keep checkin' those windows
15. Seven Summits? Must be up high.


16. The question pretty much told you where it is.
17. The TTA only runs on one line and it's plastered all over the place.
18. Ride the TTA or stand near the speedway to hear this one.
19. Ride the TTA.
20. Coke anyone?
21. Check out some Tomorrowland posters.
22. Usually city mottos are posted on welcome signs.
23. Count em!
24. Go see him... he's very amusing.
25. One of the only places you'll find traditional Disney characters in Tomorrowland. Ride the TTA and you'll get an idea.
26. What actual car around Tomorrowland never moves? (aka, it's stationary)
27. Check the sign.
28. Check the sign.
29. Look up!
30. Just out front.

Mickey's Toontown Fair

31. Fill 'er up!
32. Look for a sign.
33. Same spot as above.
34. Minnie's house, of course.
35. Same as above.
36. These wonderful ladies tried to contact Minnie while she was out...
37. What a monumental discovery.
38. Awards are given in a special place in Toontown.
39. Same as above.
40. Where would Mickey keep a large package that he just got from the mail person?
41. Try the kitchen!
42. TOUGH one. While you're making your way through Mickey's property, look where posters may not ordinarily be seen.
43. This one told you where it is.
44. Pluto often hangs around Mickey's house.
45. Head to the ship.


46. Look for the mouse bobbing up and down.
47. Start at the beginning.
48. Don't have the time? Check a clock.
49. Easy enough.
50. Ask a CM if you don't already know this one.
51. Head to the castle.
52. Definitely ask a CM working there for this one.
53. Some are fuzzy.
54. Easy enough.
55. Bow wow.
56. Look for the stained-glass fish and you're close.
57. Jack and the Beanstock...
58. Ice cream anyone? (No, ice cream is not the answer)
59. Look in the final scene.
60. Fastpass!
61. Another tough one. It's not in Cinderella Castle, but if you're there, you're warm.

Liberty Square

62. Check the tree.
63. It's beginning to look a lot like...
64. Take a lap around Liberty Square. If you think you've found it, ask a nearby CM to demonstrate it for you. They did for us.
65. Visit the bell itself.
66. Visit the bell itself.
67. If you don't want to ride it, ask the CM there.
68. Look at the tombstones.
69. He has a grand memorial.
70. Check the new tombstone.
71. There's another cemetary aside from the one in the queue...
72. Count em! (they have historical value)
73. One old, one new.


74. Visit his restaurant.
75. Check the restaurant walls.
76. This one was brutal. What's the one attraction in Frontierland that is often overlooked?
77. Check some signs. There are two that tell you this one.
78. Same as above
79. This one killed us too. I rode all the way through the ride and didn't find it. What else is associated with Splash Mountain?
80. Hahaha aren't those pictures of us getting wet so funny?
81. Try to knock over his tombstone.
82. Ask nearby Cast Members. MANY of them know this one.
83. You can see it from across the river or you can look on the park map.
84. TOUGH one to spot. Ride the ride and keep your eyes peeled.
85. Another tough one to spot. Keep those eyes peeled even more.


86. Don't count the one on the other side or you'll get it wrong.
87. Look across from the place. Yikes!
88. Read the sign.
89. Another nearby sign.
90. Easy enough.
91. Ilene Dover, Ann Fellen... sounds like a corny joke. Find the answer to this one at the ride filled with such jokes.
92. Yo ho
93. Yo ho
94. An exit life for me
95. I'd like a taco salad, please. Make sure the place is open too.
96. It means nearby the Treehouse, not nearby the above answer.
97. Easy enough.
98. All are located in/around Pirates.
99. Famous birds.
100. Check the middle of the park!
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the one i was looking to do is the one that i believe ends with a surprise visit from some disney friends.
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I know some of the hunts in the past were set up for AP holders but no idea about updated hunts. I know it's hard for the MK to keep up with changes etc for hunts. Hopefully someone knows more about something this.
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Ah ha! Disneys Family Magic Tour ???

Put on your detective hat as you are immersed in this interactive scavenger hunt. Your Disney trivia knowledge is put to the test as you search high and low for clues in this adventure to save the Magic Kingdom® Park. Kids of all ages enjoy this very magical and very Disney tour.

Duration: 2 1/2 hours
Cost: The cost is $27◊ (ages 3 and up)

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Old 08-01-2007, 07:51 AM   #6
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well, thanks maniac, I like the one you posted just fine!!
I have already copied it and we will be doing something with it next February.
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well, thanks maniac, I like the one you posted just fine!!
I have already copied it and we will be doing something with it next February.
You are quite welcome
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Old 08-01-2007, 08:08 AM   #8
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The family magic tour is lots of fun!!!! We took our twins when they were 3, almost 4 when we took them. They loved it!! They are now 6, almost 7 and they still talk about it and want to do it again. At the end of the tour, they got to go on a ride/attraction with the characters(not sure if they still do this).
I do like the scavanger hunt posted also and will try this in August when we go.

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thanks so much for your help!!! Both hunts are terrific. I love that the character join up in the end on the other one.
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Scavenger Hunt

My friend and I just recently completed the 100 years of Magic Scavenger Hunt this last week and had a great time. Be aware though you will not be able to answer all 100 questions. There are some that no longer apply. Have fun though!
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