- If you drink from the fountain behind Cinderella’s castle, you will be aligned with the mural in the background showing the crown on your head.
- The presidential seal on the floor of the Hall of Presidents is the only other presidential seal in the world other than the one in the Oval Office in the White House.
- In 1976, 50 replicas of the Liberty Bell were made out of the original's cast, and one was donated to each state. Since Philadelphia had the original, it agreed to give its replica to Disney, making Florida the only state with two replica bells. (The other Florida replica is in Melbourne.)
- The plants in the Land Pavilion produce more than 30 tons of fruits and vegetables each year, with all of that being served in restaurants across Walt Disney World®.
- The entire World Showcase lagoon walk is 1.25 miles.
Disney's Hollywood Studios®:
- The Rock 'n' Roller Coaster limos accelerate from 0 to 57 miles per hour in 2.8 seconds.
- The park was originally built to be a working studio, but that plan was quickly dismissed when producers realized noise from the nearby attractions and crowds would disturb shots.
Disney's Animal Kingdom®:
- The Tree of Life stands at 145 feet tall, with a base 50 feet wide.
- There are over 8,000 branches in various sizes, and over 102,000 man-made leaves, each over a foot long.There are also over 300 different animals carved into the tree’s trunk, base, and roots.
- Animal Kingdom is the largest park, encompassing over 500 acres.
About Disney's secret Cinderella Castle suite:
- Inside the upper levels of Cinderella's Castle is an apartment that Walt Disney intended to use when he and his family were in Florida.
- It was left unfinished when he died, until Disney announced in 2006 that it would be turned into a deluxe suite, which is awarded randomly to a family every day.
- It comes complete with 24-karat gold tile floors and a "magic mirror" that turns into a television.