Yes there is. There was a documentary on Disney and how the characters are able to come and go to certain areas of the park and stop for bathroom breaks, etc. There is a very intricate system of tunnels under the grounds of Disney. You will never see a character remove his head or come out of his costume.
Netflix has a behind the scenes Disney World show. Watch that to learn more. If you have Netflix.
Probably. I bet one of them leads to the land of OZ.
that would be the tunnel with the yellow brink road
More importantly, ask yourself how the heck they keep these underground tunnels clear of water when Orlando is pretty much at sea level.
yes my kid worked there . there is under ground tunnals for emplyees .and he people that are in disney parade put there costumes on in them so kids don t see them
yup they wash streets every night. don t sell gum any were on property and don t want employees to chew it. there is something that looks like micky mouse on every ride ya have to look for em. and all the empoyees have pins and have to trade if you ask them lot people use to collect them
my kid told me we went here visited her we got in free every day employees allowed to get 2 people in free everyday they have to walk you in show there id s her room mate s also worked there would come to so could kid 3 of us in. when freinds and other family members went she would help em get in.
It would make sense, I suppose. Especially when it comes to storing supplies for the park or for maintenance points.
Yes there are and there are special behind the scenes tours available.
Disney parks have a whole lower level not open to the public, and generally not known to the public. It has "secret" employee only passages to the public level throughout the park.
you mean behind the "employees only" doors?
Just like The White House. Hmmmmmmmmm. :-)
It wouldnt suprise me
the tunnels go to columbia so mickey mouse can get his coke