So many Disney walls, so little time. Am I right?! In our last post about the walls of Walt Disney World, we covered a few very popular walls in Walt Disney World, perfect for your Insta feed, Facebook wall, or just as a fun background for a family picture to capture the memories. Well we are back with more walls and where to find them! So get that camera ready, strike a pose and say cheese!
Galactic Purple Wall
So this is technically not a different wall then the OG purple wall. Its just an extension of it. Walt Disney World caught on to the wall trend and repainted an entire section in a geometric, “galactic” pattern. The wall starts out white, progressing to the galactic purple pattern and eventually fading back into a brighter version of the old purple wall. Again this is located as you enter Tomorrowland in Magic Kingdom and with the new pattern, it should be easy to spot now. And during busy times, they actually have photopass photographers there too.
Tip: Visit the wall early in the day or during golden hour(about an hour or so before sunset) for the best lighting. During certain times of day, the sun can be a bit harsh for this area of Magic Kingdom.
So this one isn’t new, but it is definitely one that is a bit more underrated. Located in Epcot, this wall can be found right by the entrance to the Coral Reef Restaurant. If you’re unsure of where that is, head to The Seas with Nemo and Friends and instead of going to the left to get on the ride, go all the way to the right. The wall is set back a bit, which is nice because you generally won’t have to worry about waiting for a turn. And its in the shade, which means the lighting is pretty much always perfect.
Rose Gold Wall
If you haven’t noticed, Walt Disney World is really jumping head first into the trends right now. The rose gold trend is no different. First there were rose gold ears, then jerseys and now a whole wall dedicated to the popular color. The Rose Gold Wall can be found at Mission Space, at the exit of the ride. Don’t worry, you don’t actually need to ride the ride, just head to the area where you would exit and voila, you’ve found it!
Popsicle Stick Wall
There’s a new land in town and it’s brought some crazy cute walls with it! The most popular new wall showing up in social media from Toy Story Land is the popsicle stick wall. You heard me, popsicle stick. Popsicle sticks and pretty pastels make this wall a super subtle but super fun backdrop for your day as a toy.
The popsicle stick wall is located at the new exit of Midway Mania. Again, you don’t have to ride this ride, although with a new updated queue, we highly recommend you do!
If you choose not to ride it and still want a photo, just find the Luxo ball and head down the path. The lighting can be a bit tricky here, but there are a few spots with better lighting, so you should be able to find a spot that works for you!
The checkerboard wall, also located in Toy Story Land at Hollywood Studios, is really easy to find once you’ve located the Popsicle Stick wall, because its right across from it. See, told you it was easy.
The Block Wall
The Block Wall, also located in Toy Story Land is right between the men’s and women’s restrooms. Feel silly taking a photo there? Don’t. We saw people posing for pics here all day long and you can’t beat the bright fun colors this wall offers!
The Morocco Wall
Is this a wall? I’m not sure. It’s really more of a fountain and actually an entire area; but located inside the Morocco Pavilion in the world showcase at Epcot, this is potentially one of our favorite spots at Walt Disney World. The mosaic tile is just gorgeous and will really transport you to another place. And you’ll have the photos to prove it!
This wall takes us to one of our favorite spots in Walt Disney World: The Boardwalk! Located at Jellyrolls, the wall is a beautiful light blue and white stripe and is just darling! Its a perfect photo opp because its never crowded and since it the wall is the outside of the entire building, finding good lighting should be no problem.
The Sorbet Wall
One of the newest walls in Magic Kingdom, this wall is as pretty as it is inconvenient. Located right outside of Mickey’s Star Traders in Tomorrowland, to get a photo in front of this wall, you’ll actually have to step up on the concrete ledge. The photo below shows what it actually looks like when you’re standing on the ground.
So, what did we miss?! There are so many fun places to strike a pose at Walt Disney World and we would love to know if you have a favorite!