Magic Kingdom has so much to do from rides, entertainment, great food, fireworks and so much more! What most people don’t know is that there is a multitude of things to do beyond the rides and attractions. Here are ten things you could do at Magic Kingdom that you probably didn’t know about!
The Harmony Barber Shop is a cozy spot nestled right on Main Street USA and is open to guests of all ages. The most popular package offered here is “My 1st Haircut”. Priced at just $25, your child will receive a haircut, special surprises such as “pixie dust” and bubbles, Mickey Mouse stickers, a certificate, and their very own “My 1st Haircut” set of Mickey Mouse ears. Sometimes, the Dapper Dans even pop in to say “Hello”! The cost for a regular haircut is $19 for adults and $18 for children 12 and younger.
*As of right now, Harmony Barbershop has not yet reopened.
Children can choose their own hairstyle and then add on makeup, nail color and accessories – even a Disney Prince or Princess costume! There are several packages to choose from. The Princess Signature Dress Collection includes an heirloom-quality Princess gown, crystal tiara, garment bag and more! The Deluxe Knight Package includes a Knight costume, hairstyle, shield and sword!
Advanced reservations are highly recommended due to the high popularity of this experience.
Work with Disney Wedding Planners to customize your dream wedding and/or reception. Magic Kingdom wedding ceremonies and receptions can accommodate anywhere from 10 to 300 guests. The lucky couple can even ride in Cinderella’s Coach down a beautifully lit Main Street USA. This experience is truly unforgettable and unique. It is perfect for Disney-loving couples looking for a magical wedding experience. Mickey and Minnie can also attend the wedding for an additional fee.
The ceremony fee at Magic Kingdom will cost you $30,000 and is available 2-3 hours after the park closes for the night. Read more about Disney weddings and their offerings from one of our previous articles – Disney’s Wedding Pavilion.
Another really cool thing to personalize is glassware. You can get custom glassware such as mugs, wine glasses, champagne flutes and more at Crystal Arts on Main Street USA. Need a last-minute gift for the holidays? You can head over to Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe to personalize an ornament! Any of these items are perfect to personalize so the next time you are at Magic Kingdom, head over to any of these locations for your own personalized souvenir.
You can get those Mickey Ear Hats and other things personalized at Curtain Call Collectibles, located near Town Square Theater, and inside the gift shop near Mickey’s PhilharMagic. You can also make and personalize your own t-shirts, Magic Bands, phone cases, etc at Tomorrowland Light and Power Co. outside of Space Mountain.
As you now know, there are plenty of things to do at Magic Kingdom beyond the rides, restaurants and attractions. With so many other fun things to do from getting a haircut on Main Street to making a wish and helping a child in need, Magic Kingdom has it all. The next time you visit Magic Kingdom, be sure to try to do at least one of the things on this list to make your trip a little extra special!
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