If you’ve followed me for a while, you know that there are few things I love more than spending time in Disney Parks.
Whether I’m walking the paths where Walt himself once trodded at Disneyland or hopping between countries at Disney World’s Epcot, I’m in my happy place.
I’m heading back once again to Disney World in a matter of days (for the Zootopia Press Junket). I’ll take thousands of pictures while there and really, there’s not many places off-limits. In fact, I’m one of those moms who pulls out my camera in a Disney restroom.
YES – I take pictures INSIDE Disney restrooms.
You might ask yourself, “Why would anyone do that?”.
Disney takes their theming seriously, and that includes restrooms. While not all of them are themed, some are downright impressive.
Which leads me to this post.
I’ve shared with you previously about my favorite Disneyland restroom in California, but now it’s time to head to Florida and share with you my favorite restroom at Disney World.
This one can be found in the Magic Kingdom theme park on the pathway between Fantasyland and Liberty Square, just steps away from the It’s a Small World attraction.
A Tangled themed restroom at Disney World!
From the first moment you arrive, you feel like you’ve landed in a storybook setting.
With plenty of seating, the courtyard is not only a great meeting place, but a practical stop with restrooms. Music playing in the background, this could easily end up being your favorite resting spot in all of the Magic Kingdom. We tend to visit often.
The flags and lanterns strung high above quickly remind you of Rapunzel, the lost princess. But if you think the theme stops in the outdoor courtyard, you would be mistaken.
Let’s step inside the Tangled themed restroom…..
I won’t pretend that I know what the men’s restroom looks like…..my husband didn’t seem to pay much attention and a camera in there was out of the question. Ha!
But the women’s restroom I can talk about. You enter through the arched entryway and are greeted with vibrant yellow and purple colors on the wall, painting similar to what you’d expect Rapunzel to have done while in seclusion within the tower.
The bathroom stalls (first photograph in post) are a beautiful shade of green and fitting for the theme. I can almost see these as the horse stalls for the likes of Maximus!
What I didn’t expect…..the details.
From paintbrushes and paints to an artist’s palette, items were carefully placed upon shelves above the sink areas. As you can see, the murals continued on the ceiling.
And speaking of ceilings………..a delightful night sky!
Another shelf within the restroom. The purple and yellow colors once again used throughout.
A favorite detail of ours – the doll with golden hair.
And the area over the sinks – perfectly themed. Don’t worry, there are mirrors elsewhere!
In the evening, I dare say the courtyard is even more beautiful.
The lanterns begin to glow and for a moment, you (or your little girl) might feel like the lost princess herself.
Disney has outdone themselves yet again……this time with something as simple as a courtyard and a restroom. Do not miss this place – a true gem of a resting spot!
P.S. I’ve heard that there are hidden “Pascals” at this outsdoor rest area. I’m heading back to WDW for the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration and will be sure to take more photos and update you!
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