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Jul 04

Tink’s Tuesday Trivia – Answers

 

 

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In celebration of the 4th of July this week we thought we would give you a little Disney patriotic trivia. See how many you can get right.

 

1. In Liberty Square at the Magic Kingdom sits the Liberty Tree. How many lanterns hang from the tree and what do they represent?

Answer: There are 13 lanterns hanging from the Liberty Tree. They represent the original 13 colonies.

 

2. What is the name of the a capella singers that dress in colonial costumes and sing patriotic songs at Epcot?

Answer: The Voices of Liberty

The Voices of Liberty have performed for five U.S. presidents and countless Epcot guests. If you’ve never heard their amazing harmonies, they’re great on video, but the best way to experience Voices of Liberty is in person.

 

3. What attraction at Disney World pays tribute to the Presidents of the United States?

Answer: The Hall of Presidents located in Liberty Sqare at the Magic Kingdom

 

4. What Vice President rode with Walt Disney on the Disney Monorail?

Answer: Vice President Nixon and his family rode the Disneyland Monorail with Walt Disney during the official dedication of Disneyland Park in 1959.

 

5. Which national honor was awarded to Walt Disney in 1964?

Answer: President Lyndon Johnson awarded Walt Disney the Medal of Freedom on September 14, 1964. The Presidential Medal of Freedom is America’s highest civilian award and, among all American honors, it ranks second to only the Congressional Medal of Honor, the nation’s highest military award. This great honor is reserved for individuals the President deems to have made especially meritorious contributions to the security or national interests of the United States, to world peace, or to cultural or other significant public or private endeavors. Though it may be awarded for singular acts of momentous import, it is generally conferred only for a lifetime of service or at the conclusion of a distinguished career.

 

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