If you've kept up with my posts, then you know that I have a special fondness for Disney restrooms. Specifically, the directional signage and the door signs. It is just another great example of the Imagineer's attention to detail in the parks and resorts. So, let's visit some of the Magic Kingdom's restrooms, shall we?
This restroom is located behind Casey's Corner and next to the Baby Care/First Aid Station.
In the breezeway that connects Adventureland to Frontierland, you'll find some recently remodeled restrooms which happen to be some of the nicest in the park.
These are the restrooms located behind Peter Pan and next to the Columbia Harbour House. They have the famous Prince and Princess signs.
The Prince Bathroom sign that launched an obsession. Rumor is that the Prince and Princess bathrooms are going to be demolished as part of the extended and interactive Peter Pan queue.
The Columbia Harbour House does have some great bathrooms--based on period designs (sorta). Both restrooms have a Baby Change area because there were babies during Colonial times, right?
The Pirates bathrooms to the right of the queue and behind the Pirates League (sorta) have some amazing tile work inside and out.
My favorite new restrooms are the ones located in Storybook Circus. Modeled after a train roundhouse, they fit perfectly into the new area. Pay special attention to the floor; the tile work continues the railroad motif into the restrooms.
Cosmic Ray's has their restroom hidden down a little hallway near the back of the building. This is a great sign because of the paint color choices and the rivets that give it a steampunk feel.
You can find this sign decorating the Men's room in Cosmic Ray's. Potties for the future!
This sign is for a gateway restroom! It is located between the Plaza Inn and the Tomorrowland Terrace. They have more of a Future World look from Epcot. This sin uses an older Tomorrowland font.
A great directional sign for the restrooms in Tomorrowland near the old Skyway building that was demolished. Notice that the font is the same for the newer Tomorrowland restrooms.
The main Tomorrowland restrooms (located between the Carousel of Progress and Space Mountain are very large and seem to be in a strange place, since there is nothing that is really close by. But I love the Art Deco-inspired design for the lettering.
So, now that we have discussed my obsession with restrooms, do you have anything that you absolutely love about the Magic Kingdom?