Disney is celebrating all things, Toy Story, with the release of the “Toy Story 4” and one year anniversary or Toy Story Land at Walt Disney World with the discovery of some amazing hidden Pixar Easter eggs discovered by Disney Parks Blog fans when exploring the land in new Google Street View imagery! Check out the land’s hidden Pixar Easter eggs!
As you can see from the photos, the Easter eggs in Toy Story Land include a sports jersey bearing the name “McQueen” and his famous number “95”, reference for the famous Lightning McQueen from the “Cars” films! “Sid” the main villain from “Toy Story” has also been found, as a guest posed as Sid in the land. He can also be found in the film as well as a character wearing a shirt featuring the Buy n Large logo, a fictional brand spanning across the Pixar films!
Fans also found a guest playing Miguel’s guitar from the film Coco, a toy version of the Pizza Planet truck, which appears in each Pixar film and “A113,” numbers representing a classroom at the Cal Arts art school that appear in each and every Pixar film.
Many know that Pixar has become famous for including Easter eggs in their films and shorts and when Google Street View imagery captured Toy Story land, teams went “to infinity and beyond” to bring this iconic tradition to live in a brand-new medium by hiding the special Easter eggs for you to find.
Toy Story Land is part of a series of Disney Parks imagery on Google Street View that includes theme parks, water parks as well as a variety of areas at Downtown Disney District and Disney Springs. You can also see what it’s like to tour Pandora – The World of Avatar, Magic Kingdom Park and more.
Check out Toy Story Land in Google Street View and other Disney Parks locations to help you start planning your next Disney vacation!
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