For the droves of visitors that flock to Disneyland each day, the neatly-manicured and painstakingly-themed footpaths are little besides the way to transport oneself from one ride to another. But, considering how everything at Walt's place has a little quirk or some story behind it, did you really just think these were simply trails of pavement?
Of course not.
In the newly-released second edition of "The Disneyland Encyclopedia," author Chris Strodder takes a look at these sidewalks' secret (or not-so-secret) identities by calling out 14 official and unofficial streets inside Disneyland Park.
Everyone has surely heard of Main Street, but how about Mill View Lane or Matterhorn Way? Check out the sneaky streets below. How many had you heard of?
1) Big Thunder Trail
Walkway connecting Fantasyland and Frontierland
2) East Center Street/West Center Street
Intersects Main Street at the Market House
3) East Plaza Street/West Plaza Street
Separates the Hub from Main Street
Diagonal walkway between New Orleans Square and the Rivers of America
5) Front Street
North-south alley on the west side of New Orleans Square
6) Main Street
North-south street connecting Town Square and the Hub
7) Matterhorn Way
North-south walkway between Alice in Wonderland and Matterhorn Mountain
8) Mill View Lane
Walkway around Fowler's Harbor
9) Neighborhood Lane
Residential street in Mickey's Toontown
10) New Orleans Street
East-west walkway connecting the Golden Horseshoe and the River Belle Terrace
11) Orleans Street & 12) Royal Street
Orleans street is the diagonal street in the center of New Orleans Square. Royal Street is the southernmost street in New Orleans Square.
13) Small World Way
Wide walkway from Storybook Land Canal Boats to It's A Small World
14) Tomorrowland Way
The Innoventions Dream Home is at 360 Tomorrowland Way
The Disneyland Encyclopedia