Decade, a program was offered where
you could purchase a hexagonal brick paver
to be placed around the Seven Seas Lagoon,
creating a walking path starting at the
Magic Kingdom and closely following the
monorail route. Obviously, there are some
inlets that would need to be crossed as well
as the holding are for the Electrical Water
Pageant. Not to mention some roads, a
waterway and a lot of marshland.
plan never panned out and Disney stopped
halfway to the Grand Floridian. There are
bricks at the Transportation and Ticket
Center, The Contemporary and at the
Depending what the letter is on the brick, it could be in one of five places:
W: West of the Magic Kingdom towards the Grand Floridian
E: East of the Magic Kingdom to the Contemporary
C: The Contemporary
H: The Transportation and Ticket Center
P: The Polynesian
I don't have a confirmation if they sold them by the Grand Floridian, yet. Nothing that I've read points to a finished path, though. Anyone have a paver at the Grand Floridian? (they made it to the wedding pavilion with special bricks within that area of the walkway.)
Two different types of pavers were sold until the year 2000: a traditional brick paver ($85 - $125) and larger gray ones ($250). No one really knows why Disney stopped selling them ,but the most prevalent thought is that it was competing with the Leave a Legacy program at Epcot. Occasionally, more bricks have been sold (some in 2007), but they are for special occasion or sold only on a first-come, first-served basis outside of the Magic Kingdom.
As a surprise, my wife bought this one for us after our 1994 trip. The date on our certificate is from July 31, 1996. We have only visited it once--during our 1997 trip. It was even signed by Roy E. Disney...or a reasonable facsimile!
The next time you step off the monorail at the Magic Kingdom or find yourself walking from the TTC to the Polynesian, make sure you take a look down.
It's all about the details!