The Lamp of Walt Disney is the lamp that is believed by some people to hold Walt Disney's spirit. The Lamp is located in Disneyland's Fire Dep. and is forbidden to be toured by the public for an unexplained reason. The lamp was placed in by Walt Disney and every time the Lamp turned on, it meant Walt was at work.


According to legend, when Walt created an apartment in Disneyland, he placed furniture and small kitchen and a lamp. The lamp was used as a signal for the Disneyland cast members. Every time Walt went to work, he would turn the lamp on. When Walt went home, he would turn it off. When Walt died, the cast members finally turned it off. The next morning, the cast members went to work to find the lamp on. The lamp was turned on by itself mysteriously. The lamp never turned off and never went out. The lamp now holds Walt Disney's spirit and is a cherished part of the Disney family.

Other appearances

In both the Epic Mickey titles Mickey can reach Walt's apartment through a secret door. Even if the lamp itself is not portraited, the farther part of the room from the door appears to shine the most, despite the building leaning against a wall on that side, referencing the lamp and its legacy.

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