Sometimes it is difficult to find the answers to all your questions before visiting the Magic Kingdom. We have batched together a selection of useful information on the Magic Kingdom which you will not find elsewhere on Modern Life is Good.
If you have a specific Magic Kingdom question the links will take you straight to the advice:
- Guest Relations at The Magic Kingdom
- Available to Hire at The Magic Kingdom
- Disabilities at The Magic Kingdom
- Accessing the Internet
- Lost & Found at the Magic Kingdom
- Smoking at the Magic Kingdom
- Charging your Mobile Phone at the Magic Kingdom
- Baby Care Center at The Magic Kingdom
- Locker Hire at The Magic Kingdom
- Payment for Goods & ATMs at The Magic Kingdom
- Pregnant at the Magic Kingdom
- What you should pack in your Park Bag
- Magic Kingdom Tours
- Translation Services at the Magic Kingdom
In addition, you might find our Walt Disney World Useful Information Guide has the answer if it isn’t here.
Guest Relations at The Magic Kingdom
Guest Relations are located inside City Hall on Main Street USA. Guest Relations assist all guests visiting the Magic Kingdom, including support with reservations and general information. The following more specialist support is available:
- Accessibility information
- Ticket Questions
- Concerns & Complaints
- Foreign currency exchange
- Lost and Found
- Lost Guest retrieval
Available to Hire at The Magic Kingdom
Do you need a wheelchair, stroller, locker, ECV or even an umbrella?
Many articles are available to hire inside The Magic Kingdom. Look at the park map, the Disney Experience App or speak to Guest Relations for further information.
If you are planning to hire an item throughout your vacation consider hiring from an outside agency which will work out a lot cheaper.
Disabilities at The Magic Kingdom
The Magic Kingdom provides extensive facilities for all forms of disability including visual, auditory, mobility & cognitive disabilities. You are able to contact Walt Disney World at (407) 560-2547 or [email protected] prior to your visit to discuss your requirements.
Our Guide to Disabilities at Walt Disney World has essential Information including ECV Hire, Dietary Issues, and details on
You can access the current Magic Kingdom Official Guide for Guests with Disabilities here.
Accessing the Internet
WiFi is now available throughout the Magic Kingdom. There are occasional black spots, e.g. in lines, but coverage is almost universal within the park. However, we have noticed the service is less reliable when parks are busiest.
Having access to WiFi allows you to plan your day through the My Disney Experience App including making additional Fastpass+ reservations.
Lost & Found at the Magic Kingdom
It is easy to lose things at the Magic Kingdom, but perhaps amazingly things often do get found!
If you lose anything it is important to report it straight away. Information on how to report your lost items is located here.
Smoking at the Magic Kingdom
Charging your Mobile Phone at the Magic Kingdom
Kiosks are located throughout the Magic Kingdom selling FuelRod portable chargers. Currently, these kits cost $30.
Kits include adaptors for all Apple and most Android devices. Once your charger needs replacing you swap it at a kiosk for a new FuelRod at no cost.
Baby Care Center at The Magic Kingdom
The Magic Kingdom Baby Care Center is located between Casey’s and The Crystal Palace on Main Street USA.
The Baby Care Center at the Magic Kingdom provides a convenient place to feed, change and nurse little ones & is complimentary to use. The center is fully staffed, well maintained, and has a good selection of equipment.
Locker Hire at The Magic Kingdom
Most guests do not need to take much into the park. If there are items you must take, but do not wish to carry lockers are available near the entrance of the park.
All lockers are subject to availability and come with the following daily charge:
- Small $10 a day (12″ x 10″ x 17″)
- Large $12 a day (15.5″ x 13″ x 17″)
- Jumbo $15 a day (17″ x 22″ x 26″)
Payment for Goods & ATMs at The Magic Kingdom
In addition to cash, the Magic Kingdom is happy to accept most credit cards. Cards are accepted almost everywhere including the smallest mobile counters.
Guests with Magic Bands & staying in a Disney Resort can setup room charging for purchases inside the park.
ATMs are located at the Magic Kingdom and can be located on the park map and the My Disney Experience App.
Foreign Currency Exchange is available at Guest Services.
Pregnant at the Magic Kingdom
Being pregnant is not a reason to stop a visit to the Magic Kingdom. While you will not be able to do every attraction, there is still plenty to do.
Signage posted at every attraction highlights which rides are not suitable for expectant mothers. The following attractions are not recommended for pregnant guests:
- Splash Mountain
- Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
- Space Mountain
- The Barnstormer
- Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
- Tomorrowland Speedway
What you should pack in your Park Bag
Not sure what you should bring into the park at the Magic Kingdom? Remember you will have to carry everything all day.
Our Guide to the perfect Walt Disney World park bag has all the essential information.
Magic Kingdom Tours
The Magic Kingdom runs several private tours daily which include opportunities to explore backstage areas. They do offer a fun opportunity to do something different while on your Walt Disney World Vacation.
However, The Magic Kingdom Tours are not cheap, and payment must be made in advance, and is in addition to your theme park admission. Click here to learn about the current tours at the Magic Kingdom. Read our review of the Family Magic Tour.
Translation Services at the Magic Kingdom
While English is the official language of Walt Disney World it does not mean you have to be fluent to have a great time. There are thousands of international guests visiting the Magic Kingdom every day.
Maps are available at Guest Services, and usually at the park entrance, in Spanish, French, German, Portuguese and Japanese. The majority of restaurants will also have menus in different languages available.
Many cast members speak more than 1 language. Those who are bilingual have a tag on their badge to indicate what languages they speak.
Translation devices are available to translate attraction narration at Guest Sevices. These complimentary devices translate for all the most commonly spoken languages. Over 20 Walt Disney World attractions have a translation available.
Can’t find the answer you are looking for? You might find our Walt Disney World Useful Information Guide has the answer if it isn’t here.
To learn more about Walt Disney World visit our guide to the resort.