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Monday, June 15, 2009

Hidden Mickey: Disneyland: Tomorrowland: Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters: Ride Building Block

Welcome to another Hidden Mickey post from Disneyland, California! In this particular post, we'll show you both the location (including GPS coordinates!) and a picture of the block Hidden Mickey on the Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters ride in the Tomorrowland section of Disneyland in Anaheim, CA.

As a reminder, we used Steven M. Barrett's book, Disneyland's Hidden Mickeys: A Field Guide to Disneyland Resort's Best Kept Secrets to help us on our adventures. You can buy it at the park, or if you want to go prepared, click here to purchase from Amazon.

For the full list of Hidden Mickey's we've found in Disneyland, click here.

To find this Hidden Mickey in Buzz Lightyear, once you get on the ride and enter the first show room you will have to look quickly to identify this hidden Mickey. To the left of the vehicle you will want to identify the block located just past the rotating wheel and left of a target of batteries. On the bottom of the block you will see a classic Mickey etched into the decoration with three different color circles.

Here is a picture of the Hidden Mickey:

Hidden Mickey in the Buzz Lightyear ride at Disneyland in Tomorrowland in the first room on the left with the building blocks

Here is a Google Map with the exact GPS location of this Hidden Mickey in Disneyland, 33.81242° N, 117.9177° W:


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Good luck in finding it! If you've found it, please let me know with a comment!

2 comments:

TheUnemployedTeacher said...

Wow, I'm super impressed you found that one in Buzz Lightyear. I personally don't like using the books. I try my best to try to find them on my own. Last week I found one by Thunder Mountain. It is actually a cactus and looks like the mickey celebration balloons. Super cool.
TheUnemployedTeacher

Anonymous said...

I am currently going to Disneyland this Wednesday so I will look for it!