By Jennifer Stuart
It was only a few short years ago that the first Starbucks location opened at Walt Disney World. There are now 6 locations for you to get your Starbucks fix both in and out of the parks. Read on for all the information you need to know about Starbucks at Disney World.
There are 4 in-park Starbucks locations. Confusingly they are all called something different to fit in with the theming of the park they are in. We have broken it all down for you below with pictures of the outside and a map location to make them easier for you to find. Expect to find all your Starbucks favourites as well as some special Disney baked goods.
Magic Kingdom -- The Main Street Bakery
This is the location inside Magic Kingdom itself. Right on Main Street USA about halfway between the train station and the castle. This is a very busy location at any time of the day but the line does move surprisingly quickly.
EPCOT --Fountain View
Starbucks at Epcot is called Fountain View and located conveniently in Future World for those entering or leaving the park through the main gateway.
Animal Kingdom-- Creature Comforts
The Animal Kingdom Starbucks is located to the left of the Tree of Life on the way to Africa. Unfortunately it is not as conveniently placed as other in-park Starbucks, particularly for those who are in the morning Pandora rush.
Hollywood Studios--Trolley Car Cafe
Starbucks in Hollywood Studios is located to the right as you enter. In Hollywood Studios you will find the Starbucks in the Trolley Car Cafe. The line remains consistently pretty long throughout the day but moves quickly.
There are two Starbucks locations in Disney Springs. The West Side location is smaller than the main Marketplace location. Both locations are open from approximately 8am-midnight (as always check with the locations for current hours).
Important to Know:
You Are Here Mugs
If you are a collector of the popular You Are Here Mugs you may already know that the special park-specific mugs are ONLY available inside the parks. These mugs created quite the sensation when they first became available and were flying off the shelves as fast as cast members could put them out. There are mugs available for each of the 4 parks and they do change fairly regularly (at this point at least once a year). Also look for Disney Parks themed tumblers and cups.
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Photos by Jennifer Stuart and Erica Jones
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