6 Insane Bathrooms Disney Should Sell Tickets For

Walt Disney World is beautiful, there’s no doubt about that! From the rolling landscapes of Epcot‘s World Showcase to the picturesque Cinderella Castle and Tree of Life, there is a lot to be in awe of.

Cinderella Castle side view

But did you ever think you’d find the Disney World BATHROOMS so beautiful? Some are basically attractions in and of themselves. Here are six of the most stunning places you can head to when nature calls — or if you just want a good photo for Instagram.

1. Tangled Bathrooms

Tangled restrooms in the Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland

No surprise here, the “Tangled Bathrooms” are first on our list. Located in Magic Kingdom, in between Fantasyland and Liberty Square, these restrooms are probably the most beautiful in all the land. The walls are covered with paintings by Rapunzel herself, and you can find “Wanted” posters for Flynn Rider and the other ruffians.

Hidden Pascals scattered around the Tangled restrooms

Not only can you use the facilities, but there is seating as well as hidden electrical outlets, for taking a break and charging up a device. They have also hidden  Pascals (Rapunzel’s chameleon) around for you to find!

Rapunzel’s Tower

These bathrooms are truly a work of art, and are even home to one of the coolest Disney PhotoPass Magic Shots you can find! Starting at dusk on most evenings, you can have your photo taken with a lantern — just like Flynn and Rapunzel. How cool is that? These bathrooms are honestly better than some attractions and we absolutely recommend visiting on your day at Magic Kingdom. Best Day Ever!

Tangled Magic Shot

2. Frozen Bathrooms

From one kingdom to another —  the next bathroom break we are taking is in Arendelle, home of Frozen sisters Anna and Elsa.  And by Arendelle, of course we mean the Norway Pavilion at Epcot.

Restrooms in Epcot’s Norway pavilion

Look how pretty these are! The doors are painted in Elsa’s signature color, and remind me of sleds. The bathroom is also almost entirely wood (or made to look like wood) which is very in keeping with Scandinavian architecture.

Detail from the restrooms in Norway pavilion

Gorgeous tile work hangs near the sinks, which just showcases the effort Disney puts into every single thing. One of the cutest details can be seen before you even enter — the “Men” and “Women” signs are dressed in the Norwegian Cast Member Costume. Talk about attention to detail!

Detail from the restrooms in Norway pavilion

3. Toy Story Bathrooms

In a land made of K’nex, Popsicle sticks, and Tinker Toys, you just know the bathrooms are going to be cute!

Toy Story Land Restrooms
Toy Story Land restrooms

The newest bathrooms at Disney’s Hollywood Studios are in Toy Story Land, and just like the rest of the area, it looks like Andy constructed them himself. The more you look, the more detail you’ll see! Notice the Restrooms sign made of Scrabble tiles or the Cootie and his box?

Toy Story land restrooms

You’ll also see the “Girls” sign made out of blocks (yes, there is a “Boys” sign on the other side) and the super colorful wall!

Inside the restrooms are just as colorful…

Inside the Toy Story Land restrooms

Each stall is a different BRIGHT color, and the floor is designed to look like a giant checker board. On the wall you’ll see tile mosaics with dominoes and crayons.

Inside the Toy Story Land restrooms

Overall, this is a super adorable restroom that fits completely in this super adorable land!

4. Pandora Bathrooms

Of course Animal Kindgom‘s newest land is going to be home to the coolest bathrooms in the park.

Restrooms in Pandora ©AllEars.Net

The bathrooms in Pandora stick with the land’s theme of abandoned RDA (the human company from the film Avatar) facilities that have been overtaken by the planet’s natural wildlife.

Restrooms in Pandora ©AllEars.Net

You can see leading into the restrooms these abandoned stairs, as well as moss and greenery growing from the wall.

Restrooms in Pandora ©AllEars.Net

Inside isn’t quite as exciting as outside, but you will find this gorgeous wood and tile. Take a break from exploring the Na’vi planet and pop in to check them out yourself!

5.  AbracadaBar Bathrooms

Prepare to be dazzled by the next restrooms on our list — located in AbracadaBar on Disney’s BoardWalk! This lounge is themed after 1920’s and ’30’s magicians such as Harry Houdini. The decor of the bar has cards, illusions, and tricks — even some of the drinks are magic!

Restrooms in the AbracadaBar

And heading to the bathroom is no escape, as it’s themed to be backstage before the big show!

Restrooms in the AbracadaBar

Notice the bright lights around the mirrors? These resemble the vanity lights you’d see backstage in a theater! Even the bathrooms signs are themed.

Restrooms in the AbracadaBar

And we especially love the accessible bathroom sign!

Restrooms in the AbracadaBar

The AbracadaBar is a great spot to pop in after Epcot for a fun cocktail, and we highly recommend heading backstage — er, to the restrooms — when you go!

6. Cinderella Castle Suite Bathrooms

Likely the most beautiful, and least accessible, bathroom in Walt Disney World is located high above the Magic Kingdom in the Cinderella Castle Suite.

Cinderella Castle Suite bathroom

The Castle Suite is located inside Cinderella Castle, and is typically only used for marketing promotions and giveaways. Although with Disney’s new $12,000 tour, a visit to the Castle Suite can be arranged.

Cinderella Castle Suite bathroom

The bathroom features incredible stone work, as well as handmade copper basins. Even the royal throne here is fit for a princess.

Cinderella Castle Suite bathroom

But perhaps the most beautiful part of this bathroom is the tub. There is a Jacuzzi, complete with a custom tile mosaic.

Cinderella Castle Suite bathroom

The mosaic has more than 30,000 tiles made of glass, as well as real gold and silver. The tub features adjustable water features, such as a waterfall. And the ceiling above the tub has twinkling stars and fireworks in it, which can be seen as you adjust the lighting around the tub.

Gorgeous, huh!?

Tell us, what are your favorite bathrooms in Walt Disney World?

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Molly is a lifelong Disney enthusiast, and former Walt Disney World Guest Relations Cast Member and tour guide. Her Walt Disney World favorites include Festival of the Lion King, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Fantasmic!, Mickey-shaped pretzels and rice krispie treats, and anything with Buzz Lightyear! She lives in Orlando with her husband (who she met in Guest Relations) and their two rescue dogs, Kronk and Cruella de Vil (Ella for short!)

12 Replies to “6 Insane Bathrooms Disney Should Sell Tickets For”

  1. I like this website. However, this is a really bad article. Sometimes it is better to publish nothing new versus an article like this one.

  2. Anyone that can describe in great detail every rest room in WDW, really needs to see a Urologist.

    Or just buy the “WDW Rest Rooms After 4” pass. It doesn’t allow you on any rides, but It’s cheaper than the full day pass and allows unlimited admission to all of your favorite places to go.

  3. Best public restroom on property is across from the Belle Vue Lounge headed toward the Boardwalk Inn elevators. Worst is tiny facility near the Katsura Grille in Japan, although the small restroom near the Refreshment Port is also bad, and gets a lot more use than the Katsura.

  4. Be careful what you wish for! Saying Disney should sell tickets to see bathrooms may put an idea in their money hungry heads to charge people for use of the restrooms!
    No seriously, they do have some beautiful restrooms!

  5. Kidani downstairs bathrooms by Sanaa are marble gorgeousness. The Toy Story ones were overflowing with trash, people and water on the floor my last visit, I vowed to avoid them going forward.

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