Top 10 Restrooms At Walt Disney World

Hundreds of thousands of guests visit Walt Disney World each year to enjoy its four theme parks, two water parks, Disney Springs, and over two dozen Disney Resorts which are filled with attractions, entertainment, dining, shopping, recreation, and more. Between the high temperatures common in Central Florida and lots of walking throughout each day on property, guests are encouraged to stay hydrated and drink lots of water to avoid illness. With so much water consumption comes the need to use the restroom frequently, and there are dozens of restrooms found in various locations throughout Walt Disney World. Some restrooms are definitely better than others depending on their size, location, and foot traffic and guests who are frequent visitors to the parks know the best options to stop for. Here are the top ten restrooms in Walt Disney World.


1. Tangled

The Magic Kingdom is one of the most popular Disney Parks and guests who need to use the restroom while exploring have a great location that brings a classic Disney animated film to life. The Tangled restrooms are located between Fantasyland and Liberty Square just behind It’s A Small World. The exterior of the bathrooms features hanging lanterns inspired by the film and many details that pay homage to Rapunzel. Inside, the restrooms are massive, easily accommodating guests. There are also wonderful details including artwork that Rapunzel may have painted herself and her nearby tower.

2. Imagination Pavilion

Guests who spend time in Epcot’s Future World definitely need to stop by the Imagination Pavilion to enjoy Journey Into Imagination with Figment. While facing the attraction, guests who head to the right hand side along a path will come around a corner and find an often empty restroom. These restrooms are themed after the original concept of the Imagination Pavilion and feature mostly white tiles with splashes of color all around to instill a whimsical décor for guests to enjoy.

3. Storybook Circus

Storybook Circus in the Magic Kingdom is a relatively new area that brings the big top to life through attractions like Dumbo the Flying Elephant and the Barnstormer. In the rear of Storybook Circus just past Casey Jr.’s splash and play area is a large restroom that blends in with the adjacent Walt Disney World Railroad Station. These bathrooms are large, somewhat off the beaten path, and a great option to use when in the area.


4. Norway Pavilion

The Norway Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase has seen plenty of changes in recent years thanks to the addition of Frozen. Guests who are fans of the hit Disney animated film can meet the princesses as well as embark on an adventure at Frozen Ever After. With all the new construction in the area, restrooms were also expanded and are spacious while incorporating charming details that seamlessly blend in with the rest of the pavilion.

5. Restaurantosaurus

Disney’s Animal Kingdom features a very popular land that combines the history of the dinosaurs with an offbeat roadside attraction. Dinoland features the Dino Institute and the popular attraction Dinosaur as well as Chester & Hester’s Din-O-Rama which brings kitschy roadside attractions to life. Restaurantosaurus is a large dining option in the land which also features a restroom that is typically not that busy and also conveniently close to Dinosaur.

6. City Hall

Just inside the main entrance to the Magic Kingdom on Main Street is City Hall. There guests can stop in and ask any questions they might have, check in for tours, or pick up celebration buttons. To the immediate right of City Hall are newly renovated bathrooms which many guests often walk right past on their way into or out of the park.

7. Near Former Character Spot

Guests who are enjoying time in Epcot’s Future World can find a bathroom on the backside of the the former Character Spot, as if heading to The Land Pavilion. While construction is in this area, this restroom currently remains open.

8. Near Space Mountain

One of the most popular attractions in the Magic Kingdom is Space Mountain in Tomorrowland which blasts guests off into the darkness of space from Starport 75. Guests who head to the right of Space Mountain will find large restrooms which are often not crowded as they are slightly off the main path in the land.

9. Near Gaston’s Tavern

New Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom features an area that brings classic locations from Disney’s animated film Beauty and the Beast to life. Guests can dine inside the Beast’s Castle in Be Our Guest Restaurant or get a quick bite to eat in Gaston’s Tavern which features a relatively hidden restroom behind it. This bathroom is usually hidden by the line of guests waiting to meet Gaston himself and is typically not crowded.

10. Lotus Blossom Café

The China Pavilion in World Showcase brings the beauty of the country to life through wonderful details, an attraction, entertainment, and shopping that immerses guests and makes them feel as though they are exploring China. Just inside the pavilion on the left hand side is Lotus Blossom Café, a quick service location that features a small restroom that is nearly always quiet and off the beaten path.

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first started visiting Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of that trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning all about the history and small details of the parks and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival each fall. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York and spends her time counting down the days to her next trip.