The Disney Wish has been sailing for several months now and with a few cruises, we’ve had the chance to find every (or at least almost every) easter egg hidden on the Disney Cruise Line ship. Watch our video of easter eggs below and read on for photos and details.
The Disney Wish
- The unifying theme of the ship is “enchantment”, which is why that was almost the name of the Disney Wish. All three of the new ships will have completely different themes and motifs according to Disney.
- The Forward of the ship is themed to the enchanted woods that may be just outside of a kingdom, while the Aft is meant to represent the kingdom itself with castles and fairytales.
- You’ll find Rapunzel (and Pascal) hanging out on the stern of the ship, putting the finishing touches on the signage. Rapunzel is the first Disney Princess to get the nod of being placed on the stern.
- A way-finding system is embedded in the carpeting. At each landing, you’ll find a sign of where you are. This will materialize with items from Cinderella including a clock tower, a glass slipper, a pumpkin, or the coach. Elsewhere on the ship, you’ll find a castle, an owl, a shell, or the sun icon from Tangled.
- Elevators at the forward feature woodland creatures such as squirrels and rabbits. On the aft, you’ll find iconography from Cinderella such as the pumpkin, the coach, Jaq and Gus, and a helpful bluebird.
- If you visit the Observation Deck, you’ll have your best chance to photograph a giant hidden Mickey formed by the awnings in the outdoor portion of the Senses Spa.
- Pieces in the forward stair halls focus on moments of transformation, while the aft focuses on fantastical locations.
- Found in the forward stairs between decks 3 and 4 is the piece “The Disney Wish Joins the Disney Cruise Line Fleet”, which represents the real journey the ship took from Meyer Werft to Port Canaveral. It was created by Los Angeles-based artist Matteo Marjoram.
- Another original piece by former Imagineer Nikkolas Smith is “Cindys”, a representation of Cinderellas from many different backgrounds, symbolizing how all women can help each other to rise.
- Art representing Sleeping Beauty Castle from Disneyland, Cinderella Castle from the Magic Kingdom, and La Chateau de la Bell Au Bois Dormant from Disneyland Paris can be found in the forward stairwell at the very bottom floor.
- An animated mural of Mickey and the Beanstalk resides between the 1923 dining rooms, featuring moving elements of Mickey and the gang, Willie the Giant, a horse-drawn carriage, and even The Disney Wish sailing by.
The Grand Hall
- The space is designed to feel like you are inside a storybook castle.
- The ceiling above the chandelier features 4 larger stars. The upper 4 represent the other ships in the Disney fleet, while the one at the bottom of the chandelier, the wishing star, represents the Disney Wish.
- The shape of the chandelier is inspired by the magical spiral that encircles Cinderella’s dress as the Fairy Godmother creates it.
- The railings around the hall feature pumpkins in the design.
- Lucifer the cat is lurking just behind the Cinderella statue, trying to catch the mice hiding under her dress.
- Chandeliers on each floor of the atrium feature different accents meaningful in the Cinderella story: a pumpkin, a needle and thread, and her gown.
- At midnight each night, a special lighting and audio show takes place in the Grand Hall, representing the famous moment of the clock striking midnight in the film. On Pirate Night, a totally unique show celebrating Peter Pan takes place.
Enchanted Sword Cafe
- The small bar is themed to “The Sword in the Stone,” as evidenced by the large golden sword on the exterior railing and the carpet mural just steps away.
- Lyrics to “That’s What Makes the World Go Round” from the film can be found on a mirror behind the bar.
Wishing Star Cafe
- The name is derived not only from “Pinocchio,” but also because it offers a clear view of the Wishing Star on the chandelier of the Grand Hall.
- A tiny Jiminy Cricket statue can be found on the end of the bar.
- Tile mosaics of “Pinocchio” characters line the hallways around the bar.
Keg & Compass
- The space is themed to an 1800s sailor’s map room.
- The map on the ceiling features many Disney characters and set pieces near their real-world geographical locations, including:
- Skull Rock and Captain Hook’s Pirate Ship
- Nemo, Dory, Crush, and Squirt
- Moana and Maui not far from Te Ka
- Carl Fredrickson’s Flying House
- Jack Sparrow
- Aladdin and Jasmine on the Magic Carpet
- The map also features important Disney and Disney Cruise Line locations, such as the cities that call Disney theme parks home, Burbank, Port Canaveral, Celebration (where WDWNT calls home), and more.
- Hidden above the bar is the Nautilus from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea being attacked by a giant squid, along with Ned attempting to free the vessel from the beast.
- The wooden octopuses around the portholes are holding various objects of note: a Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar, a Dole Whip, a Mickey Pretzel, and one even has gotten a hold of the Disney Wish ship.
- Marc Davis’ art of opera singing Vikings for the Haunted Mansion resides on one wall.
- A wooden compass displays the coordinates of the Meyer Werft shipyard where the Disney Wish was built, while a wooden plank has the location of Port Canaveral.
- The names of the two lead Imagineers on the interior spaces of the Disney Wish can be found on the faux map drawers and suitcases under the bar.
- There is a wooden plaque that reads “You are not the first to pass this way, nor shall you be the last.” This quote is of course from the lift hill scene of EPCOT’s Maelstrom attraction which was located in the Norway Pavilion. There is also a Maelstrom Stout on the menu.
- The theater is named after the 2011 Pixar short “La Luna,” which was shown before “Brave” in theaters.
- Characters including Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, Wall-E, Eve, Jimmy Cricket, and Mufasa are hiding in constellations in the ceiling of the venue.
- In the halls outside of the Oceaneer Club are murals representing many of the areas inside. Around the slide from the Grand Hall are scenes from “Alice in Wonderland.” In the Marvel section, you’ll find a cutesy version of Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure. The Star Wars section depicts Chewbacca & R2-D2 dealing with a Porg infestation, while C-3P0 and BB-8 sit outside cages for all sorts of Star Wars creatures. Down the hall you’ll find Frozen, some of Mickey and Friends with a Disney Cruise Line shop, and of course, a representation of “it’s a small world.”
Walt Disney Imagineering Lab
- Concept art and such for many items on the ship can be found hanging on the walls. One glass case contains art and maquettes for the Toy Story Splash Zone water play area, while another has a model of the Disney Wish.
- Hard hats represent Imagineers who worked on the ship, even featuring their names.
- Maquettes and displays from various Disney Parks attractions can be found including a Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind ride vehicle, Lightning McQueen, the Hollywood Tower Hotel icon, laugh canisters from Monsters Inc., Maui from Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, a Dumbo the Flying Elephant vehicle, giant gems from the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, the dedication plaque from Disneyland and a microphone representing the one Walt used, a Big Thunder Mountain logo plaque, a TRON Lightcycle Run vehicle, a Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure vehicle, the disappearing/reappearing butterfly from the latest iteration of Journey Into Imagination at EPCOT, and a maquette of the 1st Figment animatronic from the original Journey Into Imagination attraction.
- Some of the displays simply have merchandise items guests could buy at the various locations worldwide, like a Spider-Bot toy from Avengers Campus, the music box from Mystic Manor in Hong Kong Disneyland, and even the recently released 50th anniversary figure of Peg Leg Pete from Pirates of the Caribbean at Walt Disney World (they simply painted over the WDW 50th base).
- The largest display is that of a 3-D printed Cinderella Castle in a glass case.
- In a “Prop Shop” cage in the next room, guests will find an actual costume from the former Rivers of Light at Disney’s Animal Kingdom; trash can plaques from World Showcase, Tomorrowland 1994, and Main Street U.S.A. at the Magic Kingdom; a light-up model of the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror; cherry blossoms from the Takumi Tei restaurant in EPCOT; a headdress from Festival of the Lion King; a Dapper Dan’s hat; a hat belonging to a Country Bear Jamboree audio-animatronic; a candle from the queue of Expedition Everest; a vintage 1971 Walt Disney World lunchbox; an alebrije from the Mexico pavilion; a maquette of a Hitchhiking Ghost; a patch from the Tokyo Disneyland version of the Country Bear Jamboree Vacation Hoedown; a MuppetVision 3D mug (sold at last year’s Destination D23 even in the Mickey’s of Glendale store); and Auf Wiedersehen and Kwahali goodbye signs form “it’s a small world.”
- Stickers on a large toolbox include some given out by cast members at Hong Kong Disneyland, some from Shanghai, a Skyway poster button, as well as stickers for Carousel of Progress, Wilderness Lodge, the Cozy Cone Motel, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, and even one reading “One Little Spark.”
“it’s a small world” Nursery
- The art is inspired by the “it’s a small world” attraction (drawn by Joey Chou) and incorporates Disney characters into each region as most of the rides around the world have done. Some are actually represented in “it’s a small world” versions around the world, like Peter Pan characters in England or Marie from the Aristocats in France. However, some are major departures, such as characters from Luca in Italy, Remy in France, an entire Wakanda section, Coco in Mexico, Mirabel and the Encanto in South America, and an America section that features Spider-Man in New York City, Cars characters along Route 66, and characters from The Princess and the Frog. There’s even a Raya and the Last Dragon section in Asia. The bathroom fittingly is Under the Sea with characters from The Little Mermaid and Finding Nemo. There’s also a Serka Song deal like you would find used at Expedition Everest.
- A light-up mobile features icons from Pixar, including the Luxo ball at the center.
- There are clocks on the wall displaying the time in Anaheim, Paris, Orlando, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Shanghai.
Mickey and Minnie Captain’s Deck
- A map in the playroom features the world with all 6 Disney castles. There are also 6 Disney Cruise ships, which is currently an incorrect number. There will eventually be 6 ships in the fleet, but when the Triton class is complete, there will actually be 7 total.
- Above the 3 rooms is a ceiling of stars along with lighted constellations representing the three films: a snowflake for Frozen, the sun icon for Tangled, and a rose for Beauty and the Beast.
- In the Rapunzel room, eagle-eyed guests will spot a Pascal statue, one of the same that hides by the stream in Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom.
- Some wooden ducks reside on a shelf, representing The Snuggly Duckling tavern.
- Of course, the painting on the walls matches many that Rapunzel painted in the film.
- The wardrobe is the same one Rapunzel briefly locks Flynn Rider in.
- The clock in this room is permanently set to 11:10, the release month and year of “Tangled.”
- In the “Frozen” section, the clock is set to 11:13 for its release date.
- In Belle’s Library, some of the art is from the Be Our Guest Restaurant at the Magic Kingdom, specifically from the Rose Gallery, which was a new room of the castle created just for that venue.
Star Wars Cargo Bay
- A creature in a case from Oga’s Cantina has found its way into this space, as had the Dianoga monster in the water tank that you’ll find on Batuu. Here, guests can crank a lever and raise the beast from its slumber.
- The sleepy Loth Cat from Batuu is also here.
- Unique to this space is an audio-animatronic Porg in a cage.
Marvel Super Hero Academy
- On display, you’ll find Captain America’s suit, Black Widow’s suit, Wakandan tech, and even some Pym Labs experiments.
- In the Pym Labs area, you’ll find a note that reads “WATCH OUT FOR THESE!” The creature drawn on the note is from Ant-Man and the Wasp: Nano Battle at Hong Kong Disneyland.
- An “X-Con Security Consultants” notepad page has a list of reminders for Scott Lang that are specifically related to the cruise, including:
- Shipping the 156 Quantum Cores and regulator that are in the Worlds of Marvel Quantum Encounter show
- A packing list including a “Formal night Suit” (maybe they are eating at Palo?), as well as a “pirate-y suit” for the famed Disney Cruise Line Pirate Night.
- “Ask Happy if ants are allowed on the ship”
- A “towel folding class” is listed, which plays a role in the Quantum Encounter show as well
- Scott is also looking forward to some chicken tenders for lunch on deck 11
- A letter from Pepper Potts of Stark Industries thanks Hope for accepting their invitation to the ship. The letter mentions the A.I. assistant F.R.I.D.A.Y., who also is the assistant in Avengers Campus in Disneyland Paris.
- Scott Lang has left his “Key to the World” card at his desk.
- The “World’s Greatest Grandma” award that Cassie gives to Scott in the MCU is on the desk as well.
- There are lockers in the room for Shuri, Peter Parker, Scott Lang, Hope Van Dyne, and Pepper Potts.
Worlds of Marvel: Quantum Encounter
- The reliefs on either side of the entrance feature several different Avengers
- The Avengers Technology Showcase sign features logos for WEB and PYM Technologies from Avengers Campus.
- The presentation from Ant-Man and the Wasp is called “Miracles from Molecules,” which happens to be the name of the theme song from Disneyland’s Adventures Through Innerspace attraction which opened in 1967 in Tomorrowland. Fittingly enough, the ride was about shrinking guests down to visit the inside of a snowflake.
- Captain Marvel references a “date with some Kree warheads” when she departs from the fight. This references Avengers Assemble: Flight Force at Disneyland Paris which is taking place at the same exact time according to the Disney Parks Marvel universe.
- The Quantum Core Sipper has the number 62 on it, a reference to the year Ant-Man first appeared in Marvel Comics, 1962.
- The menu features Wakandan versions of recognizable Coco-Cola soft drink logos, but you can also bring home an “enlarged” Coke Zero version as a souvenir cup.
- Illuminating wall panels in the space feature an Avengers logo in the center, but icons representing many of the individual heroes are connected to it on what looks like a circuit board.
Arendelle: A Frozen Dining Adventure
- Characters from Frozen 1 & 2 line the halls leading to the dining room, followed by paintings that appeared in the first film during Anna’s singing of “For the First Time in Forever.” Hang in there, Joan!
- A replica of the clock where young Anna “watches the hours tick by” is also in the hallway.
- The dining room is supposedly inside the castle in the kingdom of Arendelle.
- Elsa’s “conceal, don’t feel” gloves and a toy from her childhood are on a shelf on the right side of the dining room.
- The patterns on the chairs and on the ceilings are taken from clothing, buildings, and more in the films. Anna’s Childhood toys are on a shelf on the opposite side.
- A painting in the back left corner of the restaurant features the Royal Sommerhaus and the Frozen Ever After ride from EPCOT.
- The menu features a group of cocktails called the Maelstrom Trio, a reference to the EPCOT attraction replaced by Frozen Ever After.
- The party is catered by Wandering Oaken’s Hearty Party Planning Services.
- Obviously, the name is inspired by the year the Walt Disney Company was founded.
- The space is meant to evoke golden age Hollywood dining, such as at Musso & Frank or the Frolic Room.
- The seating area is split in half between two rooms: Walt Disney and Roy Disney.
- The art, maquettes, and more on display celebrate the 100-year journey of Walt Disney animation.
- Featured films include Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid, Beauty & The Beast, Frozen, and Moana.
- While some “props” are simply merchandise pieces from the past, there are some custom-made items on display, including a Sámi drum for the Northuldra people in “Frozen 2” that was handmade by a couple in Finland, as well as the Fijian ship model representing Moana that is made by a Hawaiian artist.
- The menu features items with nods to many LA-area landmarks and locations important to Walt and Roy:
- Alameda – Alameda Avenue was once home to the Walt Disney Studios
- Hyperion – The Disney brothers moved their Studio from the original Kingswell Avenue location to 2719 Hyperion in Los Angeles in January 1926, and named it The Walt Disney Studio
- Kingswell – Site of the first Disney Studio in Hollywood.
- Riverside – The current Disney studio resides along Riverside Drive.
- Buena Vista – Located in Burbank, California, where the Walt Disney Studios are located (500 South Buena Vista Street. It was from the name of Buena Vista Street that Disney chose the name for its distribution company.
- Los Feliz – In 1932 Walt and Lillian had their Los Feliz home built at 4053 Woking Way, Los Angeles, CA.
- Ink & Paint – This is an important department at the studio, and in fact is where Lillian was working when she met Walt.
- Atwater – Atwater Village is a district of Los Angeles, which was frequented by Walt and his animators in the early days of the Disney Studio. This hip area is located just across the Glendale-Hyperion Bridge from the studio.
- Hollywood Hills – The Carolwood Estate once owned by Walt Disney was located at Holmby Hills, Los Angeles in the Hollywood Hills.
- Burbank – Walt Disney used the earnings from the successful release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to finance the construction of the Burbank studio.
- On the Roy Disney side, there is a picture of Walt working on The Alice Comedies series, as well as a poster from “Alice in The Jungle” at a cast service area.
- On the Walt Disney side, there is a sketch of “The Skeleton Dance” by the poster for “Flowers and Trees.”
- The Swiss Meltdown version of the attraction features Harold from Disneyland’s Matterhorn, as well as the mountain itself. Also featured is the Disneyland Skyway, which used to go right through the structure.
- The Disney Cruise Line Port Adventures logo can be found sitting behind a warning sign at the entrance.
- The dispatch podium features several interesting references:
- A patch for Villain Mountain is referencing a long-rumor, never-built Magic Kingdom E-Ticket attraction that was meant to take over the area of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea in the late-1990s.
- A “RRR” decal can be found, this of course being the logo of the Runamuck Railroad from Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway.
Star Wars Hyperspace Lounge
- Guests go under a metallic gold-lined archway into a dark antechamber. Senior Creative Director Danny Handke described this as a “palette cleanser” before guests step through airlock doors into the lounge.
- A Holotube showcases different holographic ship models, including The Ghost from “Star Wars: Rebels.”
- There are four ‘hero’ props for the lounge, showcased in dome displays. The pieces are a hallikset, a musical instrument, similar to a guitar, from the planet Naboo; a small statue of a Togruta, a humanoid species from the planet Shili; Mustafar lava crystals; and a stuffed hawk-bat.
- Guests will recognize different planets from the Star Wars universe, including Coruscant, Mustafar, and Tatooine
- When Batuu appears, it is surrounded by First Order ships, including the one guests get trapped on in Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. The ship of chef Strong “Cookie” Tuggs of Docking bay 7 fame can be seen flying by in this scene as well. Also there, you’ll spot a Resistance A-wing fighter, Coruscant AA-9 passenger liner, Coruscant transport freighter, Mining guild freighter, The Millennium Falcon, Resistance MC85 Mon Calamari cruiser, First Order Star Destroyer, First Order TIE fighter, Traffic ships, ZH-40 freighter, and a Resistance X-wing fighter.
- The lounge will jump through hyperspace every 7-10 minutes. In order to combat motion sickness, scenes on the screen move in sync with the movement of the ship. The hyperspace jumps are also sideways, which is only the second time that has ever been portrayed.
- Near Coruscant, guests will see the Starspeeder 3000 and the Halcyon, the ship that is Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser. Also a CR70 diplomatic cruiser, Coruscant AA-9 passenger liner, Coruscant transport freighter, Corellian CR90 corvette, Ibis freighter, Nukoy freighter, Marisas freighter, Naboo N-1 starfighter, and Traffic Ships.
- Near Mustafar, you’ll encounter a Dornean gunship, Imperial arrestor cruiser, Imperial Star Destroyer, Imperial Lambda-class shuttle, Imperial Delta-class shuttle, Imperial TIE boarder, Imperial TIE brute heavy fighter, and Imperial TIE fighter.
- Tatooine includes Corellian passenger transport, Rogue-class fighter, The Millennium Falcon, New Republic prison ship, The Razor Crest, KGZ-54 Starcrane, AA-C39 freighter, Ghtroc 820 Transport, Lantzant Hybrid Hauler, Lancer pursuit craft, and a Victor-wing fighter.
- Last but not least, Endor features a Resistance bunkerbuster, Mining guild freighter, YT-2400 freighter, Gozanti cruiser, Nebulon-B frigate, Tri-wing S-91X fighter, Resistance cargo frigate, Resistance MC85 Mon Calamari cruiser, First Order TIE fighter, Drovan freighter, Razor assault ship, Resistance X-wing fighter, Resistance Y-wing fighter.
- A lot of the glassware in Hyperspace Lounge will look familiar. Some beverages will be served in cups that match those served at the Skyline Bar in Hotel New York: The Art of Marvel at Disneyland Paris. Besides those, the souvenir cups are modified versions of those available in the Sunlight Lounge aboard the Galactic Starcruiser and at Oga’s Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
- The signage and logo are sintered by the typeface on the original Cinderella movie poster.
- This bar represents Cinderella’s singing of the titular song as she cleans, represented by hand-blown glass “bubbles” above the space.
- Wrapping around the bubbles are musical notes, which actually make up the sheet music for “Oh Sing Sweet Nightingale”
- Inspired by “The Princess and The Frog,” the lounge feature bronze statues of Tiana and Naveen as frogs.
- You’ll find frog-like lighting fixtures and such throughout the space.
- The area above the performance space is shaped like a giant lily pad.
- The bar features a beautiful etching of Tiana’s dream, the Tiana’s Place restaurant.
- Fake windows behind the bar show images of New Orleans seen through a bayou scene.
- Captain Hook’s private map of Neverland hides a bar that operates from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and also during some seminars.
- There is a statue representing the Tick Tock Croc inside, as well as a number of pocket watches hidden throughout.
- There is a tiny barber chair with a familiar logo on it, which may be where the frog version of Prince Naveen sits at the location.
- There are also a few lanterns resembling the one Hook kept Tinker Bell in.
- Hook’s hook is on a box above the bar.
- A glass chandelier replicates the Sundrop Flower from the film.
- The lighting is presented as the famous floating lanterns.
- Golden latticework features Corona’s sun symbol and a hidden Pascal.
Toy Story Splash Zone
- Woody’s representation in the zone is a toy bubble blower, an item that appears in “Toy Story 2” as part of Al’s Woody’s Round-Up collection.
- Slide-a-saurus Rex is a reference to the Toy Story Toons short “Partysaurus Rex.” A water play area themed to the short was also originally planned for the Toy Story re-theme of Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel before a broader Pixar theme was decided upon.
- Areas on the ship are either motif spaces or story spaces: they either take you into a particular story like Worlds of Marvel and Arendelle, or they represent a motif, like Nightingale’s. Cove Cafe has a motif that is reminiscent of “Moana,” but there are no overt “Moana” references, nor details that tell you of a particular place and time.
- The space is named for Walt Disney’s early childhood hometown in Missouri.
- The space is styled as an old industrial loft with proprietors straight out of Disney stories.
- A map at the entrance serves as a guide to the seating areas, which include a farmer’s market featuring Wicked Witch Produce, the Hopps Family Farm, and Flower’s Flowers (Bambi); bakery and cooking supplies with Atilla the Bun; and toys and inventions created by Geppetto and Maurice.
- Remy provides the motto for the market: “I ONLY WANT TO EAT THE GOOD STUFF,” captured in a neon sign, also near the entrance.
- The Marceline Market coffee bar celebrates Alice in Wonderland, with tea set props and hidden characters in the wallpaper.
- There’s a book in the Atilla the Bun section labeled “Anyone Can Bake,” while the more famous “Anyone Can Cook” book by Gusteau resides in the Remy section.
- “Bim berry bread” is on display in one case. Bim berries are featured in “Tangled the Series.”
- The themes are driven home by the props in each section:
- The Tangled area features baking “weapons,” frying pans, and ducks.
- The Handmade Toys sign features The Wishing Star from Pinocchio, as well as a limited edition Figaro toy and a Pinocchio marionette.
- Maurice’s Workshop features plans for some of his inventions as seen in Enchanted Tales with Belle at the Magic Kingdom, including the music box he made for Belle and the Beast that resides in Be Our Guest Restaurant.
- The Ratatouilles area features Remy’s chef’s hat, spoon, and recipe card framed on the wall.
- The Wicked Witch Orchards features a number of apple-based goods.
- The Flower’s Flowers area has owl figures.
PALO Steakhouse/Enchante/The Rose
- The Rose features a replica of the enchanted rose from “Beauty and the Beast” at its entry, along with the enchanted mirror.
- Roses can fittingly be found throughout.
- Enchante is inspired by Lumiere, with the candelabra himself hanging from one lighting fixture.
- Next door, PALO takes the theme of Lumiere’s buddy Cogsworth, displaying gears and clock artwork throughout.
- This flex space features nods to the 1977 revival of The Mickey Mouse Club.
- The stateroom number plates feature door hangers shaped like Cinderella’s Coach, Ursula’s seashell, or Owl from “Sleeping Beauty.”
- Staterooms may include art from “Cinderella,” “Frozen,” “Sleeping Beauty,” “The Princess and the Frog,” “The Little Mermaid,” or “Moana.”
- The art above the headboard for the “Moana” rooms was digitally painted by James Finch who was one of the visual development artists on the film.
- The lampshades feature a hidden Mickey pattern that will show when illuminated.
- Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother is made out of stars, writing “A dream is a wish your heart makes,” on the ceiling above the pull-down bed. She is only visible after the bed is opened.
- The suites on the ship all feature a “Tangled” theme.
- The seven forward-facing suites on the ship all feature “The Little Mermaid.”
- The four royal suites are all themed to “Sleeping Beauty,” with two Princess Aurora Royal Suites and two Briar Rose Royal Suites.
- The Wish Tower Suite features details from “Moana.”
Fairytale Fresh Laundry
- Seeing as though woodland creatures have helped many a Disney princess with their clothing, the laundry facility is located in the “woods.” Characters from “Bambi” can be found inside, including Flower the skunk as the mascot for the Soap Center.
Inside Out Joyful Sweets
- This space reuses statues and posters from the Inside Out Emotional Whirlwind attraction at Disney California Adventure.
Mickey and Friends Festival of Foods
- This entire area is themed to the most recent Mickey Mouse shorts, so many of the service windows look like sets straight out of Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway.
- The cover on a napkin holder has what looks like a hole in it where some creatures are peering through.
Neverland Cinema/Wonderland Cinema
- The Wonderland Cinema entrance flooring reads “What a peculiar place.”
- The doorknobs at the entrance are of course the talking doorknob from the film.
- Wall carpet murals in the entrance corridor feature many residents of Wonderland. There are even more of these inside the theater.
- The theater itself features several Cheshire Cat sconces, all in different poses. His glowing eyes and teeth act as lights, as do the stripes on his body.
- The chair backs look like playing cards.
- The ends of the railings are hearts with crowns on them.
- The carpet is reminiscent of the maze found at the Queen’s castle.
- The Neverland Cinema echoes the Wonderland one, but all themed to “Peter Pan.” The entrance flooring reads “Here we go!”
- The carpet in the entry hallway features Peter and the children flying off to Neverland, while the carpeted walls are clouds.
- Some clouds can even be found on the ceiling of the theater.
- Carpet murals of characters reside in the theater.
- Each sconce here is Tinker Bell, with light emanating from her wings.
- The fabric artwork behind the Tinker Bell sconces depicts different characters and scenes from “Peter Pan.”
- The ends of the railings resemble pirate sword hilts.
- Peter and the children flying can be found on the back of the chairs.
- The lost boys are located on a short wall between the upper seating and the main walkway.
Watch our video of the guided walking tour of the Disney Wish for a closer look at some easter eggs and artwork: