6. Hidden Mickeys abound!
If you’re a fan of Disney World’s hidden Mickeys phenomenon, you’ll love the hunt at the new Toy Story Land. But since they are “hidden” for a reason, we won’t spill anything specifically about the location of the covert mouse heads. But we will give you some hints—there’s one inside Woody’s Lunch Box, another one in the queue for the Alien Swirling Saucers attraction, one in the queue for Toy Story Mania, and there’s even one in the loading area for Slinky Dog Dash hidden in a huge drawing on the wall. Can you find your old pal Mickey in Andy’s backyard?
7. Andy’s dog Buster left something behind.
Andy and his family got Buster for Christmas at the very end of the first Toy Storyinstallment. We see Buster again in Toy Story 2(he comes in handy when Woody needs a ride from Andy’s room to the garage sale in the front yard). And Disney’s Imagineers made sure to include Buster in the new Toy Story Land. As you walk into the stand-by queue for Slinky Dog Dash, you will notice above you a gold medal that has a digital readout of the wait time for the ride in minutes. This gives you an idea of how long you’ll be in line. Take just a moment to look at the backside of that medal before you head on to the ride. You will read the words, “Buster 234 Main Street.” It’s the dog tag that hangs from Buster’s collar! But if you blink, you’ll miss it!
8. Jessie’s critters reside in Toy Story Land too!
When you stop in at Woody’s Lunch Box for breakfast, lunch or dinner, you’ll see some animal crackers inside the huge lunch box that Andy’s mom packed for him. The animals (in cookie form) are Jessie’s critters from the Woody’s Round-Up Show that we see for the first time in Toy Story 2. The same little critters are also hiding out inside the Toy Story Mania attraction!