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8 Secrets People Don’t Know About Liberty Square in Magic Kingdom

Columbia Harbor House

8. Play and eat As one of Magic Kingdom Park’s more low-key areas, Liberty Square is the perfect place to unwind, grab a bite to eat, and get a little shopping done. You may decide to tuck into a hearty family-style feast at the famed Liberty Tree Tavern or grab a quick snack at Sleepy Hollow Refreshments. Columbia Harbour House ...

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8 Secrets People Don’t Know About Liberty Square in Magic Kingdom

4. Attention to details The smallest details make the biggest impact on the overall representation of early American life depicted in Liberty Square. Look closely at the shutters on the houses, for example, and you will notice that they are slightly crooked. This is a reflection on the American Revolution when England ceased shipment of metal to the colonies. As ...

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8 Secrets People Don’t Know About Liberty Square in Magic Kingdom

Castle Liberty Square

Liberty Square is a quaint little sector within the Magic Kingdom that pays special tribute to early American history. Sandwiched between Fantasyland and Frontierland, Liberty Square is slower-paced in comparison to other areas in the park, with attractions that are more docile and various points of interest connected to lesser-known tidbits. Here are eight secrets about Liberty Square most people ...

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8 Secrets People Don’t Know About Liberty Square in Magic Kingdom

1. The founding of Liberty Square The story behind the very development and establishment of Liberty Square has a history all its own. Walt Disney, with a hearty love of history, hoped to someday establish a special area in Disneyland—Liberty Street on Edison Square, which would be an extension off Main Street and would represent Colonial American life and living ...

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8 Secrets People Don’t Know About Liberty Square in Magic Kingdom

Liberty Belle

2. Rooted in history One of Liberty Square’s most iconic markers is an enormous Southern Live Oak tree that stands right outside Liberty Tree Tavern and is adorned with 13 hanging lanterns, symbolizing the 13 original colonies. And rightly so the tree is known as “Liberty Tree” after the song by the same name, which was featured in the 1957 ...

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8 Secrets People Don’t Know About Liberty Square in Magic Kingdom

Liberty Bell

3. Bells of authenticity The large Liberty Bell replica you’ll find in Liberty Square was in fact made using the same mold as the real Liberty Bell. However, there is an urban legend floating about that this bell is the actual replica of the Liberty Bell that was given to Pennsylvania at the time of the bicentennial, when each of ...

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15 Uniquely Magical Foods At Walt Disney World

Kitchen Sink

13. Who’s doing these dishes? A sink full of ice cream would be a dream come true for most people, and as Disney World is the place where dreams come true it shouldn’t come as a surprise that here you’ll find this very thing. The classic “Kitchen Sink” is a legendary mega sundae large enough to serve up to four ...

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15 Uniquely Magical Foods At Walt Disney World

Mickey Bar

15. The magic of a Mickey Bar It might just be that the original Premium Mickey Ice Cream Bar remains the most unique magical food of all. This classic concoction of a vanilla ice cream within a hard shell coating of chocolate takes on the well-known Mickey Mouse signature ears shape. It comes served on a stick for easy portable ...

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15 Uniquely Magical Foods At Walt Disney World

Typhoon Lagoon _ Sand Pail Sundae _ Disney Fanantic

11. Ice cream suited for the beach There are two beach traditions you should always keep—building sand castles and treating yourself to some ice cream. Disney has taken both these things and combined them into a refreshing format known as the Sand Pail Sundae. Offered at both Lottawatta Lodge at Blizzard Beach and Happy Landings at Typhoon Lagoon, this frozen ...

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15 Uniquely Magical Foods At Walt Disney World

9. LeFou’s Brew When Disney chefs came up with an idea to create a unique, non-alcohol concoction the result was the Red’s Apple Freeze—an original new craft that made its premier at Disneyland’s Cars Land. The recipe was also brought to Disney World with the opening of Gaston’s Tavern in Fantasyland and dubbed “LeFou’s Brew” after Gaston’s faithful sidekick. A ...

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