There's a lot more to Disney World than meets the eye! Eleven of the park's most well-kept secrets have finally been revealed to the world. First, if you see a paintbrush on Tom Sawyer's Island, grab it! You won't have to paint any fences, but you will get a fast pass good for any ride when you hand it over to a Disney employee. Pretty cool, huh?
There's a secret menu item at Be Our Guest. Ask for the "grey stuff" (a reference to the song "Be Our Guest" from Beauty and the Beast), and you'll be able to find out if it's as delicious as Lumiere says it is.
The water in the Jungle Cruise isn't as deep as you think it is. It's dyed in order to give the illusion that it's deep, but is only about five feet deep. So you could totally stand in it. Just sayin'!
Have to go to the bathroom in Liberty Square? Then you're SOL, because in order to stay true to the colonial theme, there are no bathrooms in this section of the Magic Kingdom. Hey, if Benjamin Franklin can hold it, you can too!
If you stay at the Magic Kingdom after closing, you'll see something truly special in front of Cinderella's Castle. The Kiss Goodnight is a two-minute-long movie that that plays every 30 minutes after the last ride is shut down. It features the dedication speech that Roy Disney gave at the opening of the Magic Kingdom.