Cinderella Castle Trivia – The Journey Ends!

First, the answer. There are 13 gargoyles on the outside of the castle. That one stumped most of us as the most popular response was, “What’re you talkin’ ’bout, Bob? Disney wouldn’t put gargoyles on Cinderella’s crib!”  It’s true, I promise you.  Look at the picture-proof below!

It’s amazing what you can learn when you start looking for tidbits to turn into trivia questions.  Here’s two more little nuggets before we move on …

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WDW Trivia! – “Cinderella’s Gauntlet” Continues

OK, so you guys are on a roll this week! 49% of you were right on target – the moat surrounding the castle holds approximately 3.37 million gallons of water. Wow, that’s a lot of water!

It’s amazing what random, and somewhat useful, statistics you can find on the Internet. The reported average price of a bottle of water (according to the International Bottled Water Association and as of February 24, 2012) is …

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WDW Trivia! – More Cinderella Castle

Aww, see?  You guys are too smart for me!

How many stones are there in Cinderella Castle in Magic Kingdom?  None!  The whole shell of the building is made, mainly, of fiberglass!  In fact, the castle is actually made of concrete, steel, cement, plaster and fiberglass.  66% of you knew that already, though!  Great work!

Are you still feelin’ lucky, folks?  Let’s give it another go!  The moat surrounding the castle holds approximately _____ million gallons of water.

Cinderella

WDW Trivia!

Good morning, folks!

We haven’t tackled a Walt Disney World trivia question for a couple of weeks, so here we go!  Since we took that bus ride over to Disney’s Magic Kingdom yesterday, why don’t we stick around to answer this?

According to Disney, how many stones are there in Cinderella Castle?

The Castle

WDW Trivia! – The “Wrap Up”

Ah, yesterday’s question was a bit tougher, it seems.

A few days ago, 56.14% of you correctly named which Walt Disney World “skyscraper” is listed with the tallest height.  Of that group, it is Expedition Everest at 199 feet.  Here’s an interesting tid-bit …

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