3. Historic Atmosphere
It is no secret that Imagineers go above and beyond when it comes to designing immersive atmospheres. At a glance, anyone can recognize the colonial buildings and most guests learn that the pathway of brown pavement actually represents sewage. (Plumbing did not exist in the 1700s!) However, there are so many other countless details to appreciate. Take note of the Liberty Tree that represents the actual tree in Boston (a.k.a. meeting place for the Sons of Liberty). Notice that the shutters appear slightly crooked to reflect architectural accuracy. And of course, do not miss the two lanterns hanging high above that represent Paul Revere’s famous warning. Liberty Square is a veritable treasure trove for a proud American.