Disney World Hidden Fun Activities in the Parks

Within the theme parks, you will find a wide variety of attractions, shows and restaurants.  However, if you have been to the parks a few times, you might be looking for some additional hidden fun activities.  Luckily, you can find at least one of these activities in each theme park in Walt Disney World.  Each of these activities can be found with kids of all ages enjoying the fun.  The activities often require you to move all around the parks which also allows you to often see parts of the park you have never seen before.

Here are the Hidden Fun Activities found within the Parks

Magic Kingdom – Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom
To become a Sorcerer of the Magic Kingdom, you need to begin by stopping by the Firehouse on Main Street, U.S.A. You will be provided with the items you need to begin playing the nine quests, including a Sorcerer Key Card, Merlin’s mystical map, spell cards and training on how to unlock Magic Portals and defeat the dastardly evildoers.

Once you have everything you need, you will use the clues on Merlin’s map to locate 20 Magic Portals that are located all throughout Main Street, Adventureland, Fantasyland, and Frontierland. If you are able to finish all of the missions, Merlin will appear and welcome you to the ranks of “Master Sorcerer” upon completing the full game.


Magic Kingdom: Pirate’s Adventure – Treasures of the Seven Seas

Head over to Adventureland to help raid the treasures from 5 different adventures.  You will need to be wearing your MagicBand and bring it to The Crow’s Nest.  There you can pick up one of the five available maps and head out to find the treasures!  Here are the maps:

  • Heads You Lose: Race against Captain Barbossa to steal the Treasure of the Pacific from a tribe of headhunters.
  • Guardian’s Curse: Lure an evil British Captain into a trap and lay claim to the Treasure of the Indian Ocean.
  • Haven Defense: Collect ingredients for a powerful spell to hide the secret Pirate port and reveal the Treasure of the Caribbean.
  • A King’s Ransom: Follow Jack’s clues to locate a pirate ship where the Treasure of the Arctic is hidden.
  • Blackbeard: Battle Blackbeard and win the Treasure of the Mediterranean.

Epcot: Phineas & Ferb: Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure

If you were familiar with the Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure at Epcot, it has now been reimagined to be themed for the show “Phineas & Ferb”.  Use your cellphone to assist in a wide variety of adventures that include Agent P, the alter-ego of Perry the Platypus, and the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz. This game will help you and other guests in your party be more entertained as you make your way around the World Showcase area of Epcot. You get to choose the pavilions for completing the adventure and use the clues provided to find hidden extras that make for great fun!

Animal Kingdom: Wilderness Explorers

While in the Animal Kingdom, be sure to sign up to become a Wilderness Explorer.  You will wander through many parts of the park as you accomplish a series of fact-finding challenges.  This fun is self-guided so you can go at your own pace.  Each challenge is scattered throughout the park, allowing you the opportunity to explore parts of the Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park in an all-new way!

Hollywood Studios: Jedi Training – Trials of the Temple

If you have or are a child, you and you want to experience what it is like to be a Jedi, you need to sign up to be in the Jedi Training – Trials of the Temple.  When you arrive at the Hollywood Studios park, look at the park map or request a cast member to assist you in finding where you can sign up for this adventure of a lifetime.  Once signed up, the child will learn  to how the Jedi work again the evil forces of the Dark Side. Jedi students will be challenged to use their new skills when they come face-to-face with their greatest fears—in the frightening form of notorious Star Wars villains!

These are just a few of the hidden fun activities found in the Disney Parks.  Which is your favorite?

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