What Lady and the Tramp References Can You Find In Walt Disney World

Disney Adventurer

Lady and the Tramp Magic Kingdom 50th Anniversary Gold Statue

Lady and the Tramp is one of the most iconic Disney films of all time, featuring a charming romance between a house dog and a street dog. It is filled with fun characters, emotional moments, and one of the most iconic scenes (the spaghetti scene) in all of the Disney canon.

But despite its popularity, there is not much based on this film to be found within the Disney Parks. However, if you know where to look, then you can find a limited number of references and tributes to Lady and the Tramp within the parks of Walt Disney World.

Most of the major references to Lady and the Tramp within Walt Disney World are found within the Magic Kingdom park.

Within the park's entrance land, Main Street USA, there are a series of tributes to this film if you know where to look, although some can be difficult to find, especially at certain times of day. These tributes are almost entirely centered on the Town Square section of the park just past the train station.

For the duration of the 50th-anniversary celebration at Walt Disney World, this section of the park holds a Lady and the Tramp statue.

Tony's Town Square Restaurant Lady and the Tramp Fountain Magic Kingdom Walt Disney World

In addition, there is a Lady and the Tramp themed restaurant in this section of the park as well, Tony's Town Square Restaurant, which serves Italian food similar to what can be seen in one of the film's most iconic scenes, allowing you a chance to recreate an iconic Disney moment.

Just outside the restaurant is another hidden reference to the film, but it can only be seen on certain occasions as it is found in a space typically used for stroller parking. For your best bet at seeing it, look for it early in the day before strollers, or late in the day after most people with young kids have left. On the floor outside the restaurant, you can see a special heart with Lady and Tramp's pawprints on it, in reference to a scene in the movie where they make this.

Lady and the Tramp is not the most prominent film in Walt Disney World, but there are references to it if you know where to look.

Follow Theme Parks and Entertainment on Instagram