Fact or Fiction?  10 Myths About Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

Hall of Presidents

10.  The Presidential Seal at the Hall of Presidents attraction in Liberty Square is the “real deal”—Fact or Fiction? 

This is a fact.  The Presidential Seal is etched in the carpet right when you walk in the Hall of Presidents.  It has a gate around it to prevent guests from walking on it or damage coming to it.  Believe it or not, it took an Act of Congress to get the Presidential Seal displayed here.  There are only two other places where the Presidential Seal can be found:  The Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, PA, and the Oval Office in the White House in Washington, DC.  The Disney Company does its best to create as much authenticity as possible, and having a bona fide Presidential Seal at the Hall of Presidents speaks highly of Disney’s attention to detail.

Myths and rumors about Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom are all over the internet, and sometimes a little research will bring to light whether a rumor or myth is fictitious or factual.  There will probably always be “old wives’ tales” and strange rumors about Walt Disney World, especially now when this most famous amusement Park is preparing to celebrate its 45th Anniversary.  Most of the rumors are just that, rumors, but occasionally, you will find that some myths are actually facts.  Have fun doing your own research, and enjoy the magic that is Walt Disney World.

By Cecilia


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