Everyone wants to listen to secret stories, and some monuments in the world carry hidden secrets. Their behind-the-scenes story may excite you and encourage you to dig into the story more. It seems interesting and makes you feel Goosebumps.
If you want to read about hiding stories or little-knownsecrets,set your couch and read till the end.
Here we are going to talk about eight famous monuments that are hiding their little-known facts.
Eight very famous monuments’ secrets that which can make you feel Goosebumps
- Mount RushmoreI
Mount Rushmore is exceptionally famous; however, they hold few secrets that are not known to many people. It is as famous as the Eiffel tower in Paris or the Grand Central Terminal in New York City. You can see many renowned buildings there, but you may need to be aware of their hidden secrets. Mount Rushmore is one of them.
- Empire State Building
The hidden secrets of this building
The empire state building consists of 103 floors, and this building is situated in New York. A secret observation deck is present there, but only a few people are aware of that. Generally, people access the balcony by crossing a series of elevators and next to a very steep, narrow staircase. But through the observation deck, one can easily reach the top of the building. However, this observation desk is only open to some. Some celebrities and photographers only can access the hidden deck. It is less known to common people.
- Mount Rushmore II
The hidden secrets of this building
It is an iconic U.S. landmark with a significant number of hidden features. In this building, you will get to Abraham Lincoln’s statue, and behind Abraham Lincoln’s head, you will get a secret door. GutzonBolrglum, the designer of Mount Rushmore, wanted to add a description of U.S. history with nine important events. It was his secret plan, that’s why he was approved to do that in a hidden room. But unfortunately, he couldn’t complete this task. His task was up to the declaration of independence, constitution, & bill of rights, and these could be found in that hidden room. People are not allowed to see this room as it is very difficult to reach on foot, and there is no lift.
- Eiffel Tower
We all know the Eiffel tower. Many Instagram celebrities click pictures in front of it. But do you have the idea that the Eiffel tower has secret apartments and offices on the top floor of the Eiffel tower but not open to the public. In 1889, the famous engineer Gustave Eiffel built a private apartment and office. Now they established a wax model of Gustave.
- Grand Central terminal
People can’t think of that Grand Central Terminal can be the home of the tennis court for the last 60 years. Vanderbilt Tennis club is situated on the terminal’s upper level, with full size court, junior court, and a fitness room. But only a few people are aware of that.
- Lincoln memorial
Lincoln memorial is famous for its typo. People who have visited the Lincoln memorial have seen the typo in it. However, there is a hidden door too behind the typo. This typo leads to building a foundation. Do you know it is another monument by itself?
It is based out of a cave-like structure associated with concrete pillars. Some people said that there are stalactites underneath the second monument after going through door after door and down to several staircases.
- Statue of liberty
We all know the name of the statue of liberty, but do you know its hidden secret?
The secret is that there is an actual room in the torch of the statue, allowing people to take a breathtaking view of the whole city. People could visit the special room until 1916, but a significant explosion made the staircases up to the hidden room very unsafe. Therefore, people now unable to use these staircases to reach the top and enjoy the exquisite view of the city.
Disneyland is very famous, and it can be described as a children’s wonderland. Even we adults also big fan of Disney land. If you are a hardcore Disney fan, you might be aware of all known facts of Disneyland park, but do you know the fact of Club 33. It is an exclusive restaurant, a hidden existence. It is present behind the unmarked door in Disneyland’s New Orleans Square. The joining price of the club is $25,000, plus you need to pay $12,000 annually.
- Trafalgar Square
Very few people are aware of the Lilliputian Police Station presented in Trafalgar Square in London. At an early age, Trafalgar Square was the ideal place for protesters, so police built a lamp post in the square to watch the place over the crowd.
All these facts may not be known to common people, but architects might be aware of that now. Now few monument companies sign a confidential form with their client to hide such official secrets before making a monument.