Lockers at Walt Disney World are a good way to store items that you don’t want to carry around, like souvenirs, an extra change of clothes, or a small cooler of food.
There are also some attractions that have lockers for those riding.
Whatever the reason you may need to use one, you’ll be happy to know that every theme park and water park at Disney World has storage lockers.
Here’s everything you need to know about Disney World lockers, including cost, locations, and sizes.
Where are the lockers at Disney World?
The lockers at Disney World have gotten fancy and high-tech in recent years.
Guests paying with credit/debit card or cash are able to rent a locker directly from a kiosk located nearby the lockers themselves.
The kiosks are really easy to use and quite self-explanatory.
If you are using a MagicBand or any other form of payment other than cash or a credit card (like a gift card) you’ll need to go to the nearest store and ask a Cast Member there for assistance.
They’ll be able to process your rental and give you a code to use back on the kiosk.
All lockers are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Here’s where you can find locker rentals in each theme park and water park:
Epcot has 2 locker locations that you must pay to use.
There are 2 locker locations in Magic Kingdom, with one that is complimentary and the other costs money.
There are 2 locker areas in Animal Kingdom: one that is free for up to 2 hours and the another that has a rental fee.
There is only one place to rent lockers at Hollywood Studios.
The water park has 2 separate locker locations.
Like Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon has 2 different locker areas.
How much does it cost to rent a locker?
To use a kiosk you indicate the size of locker you want and then pay (with either cash or credit card).
After you pay you are then allowed to select a personalized 4-digit PIN code that you will use to open your locker.
Depending where you rent a locker, you’ll notice there are different sizes and pricing.
Lockers at theme parks
The following locker options are offered at Disney World theme parks:
(Magic Kingdom and Epcot only)
|12″ x 10″ x 17″||15.5″ x 13″ x 17″||17″ x 22″ x 26″|
|$10 per day||$12 per day||$15 per day|
Lockers at water parks
The following locker options are offered at Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach:
|12.5″ x 10″ x 17″||15.5″ x 13″ x 17″|
|$10 per day||$15 per day|
Attraction lockers differ from the other lockers you rent. There are only 2 attractions in all of Disney World that have their own sets of lockers.
Kali River Rapids
These lockers are near the attraction and available to those wanting to keep their items dry while hopping on the water ride.
They work just like the other lockers, but are one size and free for up to 2 hours. You don’t have to use them, but they are there if you’d like to.
Inside the attraction queue, you’ll find complimentary lockers. They are a double-sided and digitized locker system.
The lockers are paired directly with your MagicBand, MagicBand+, or ticket media so you can easily lock and reopen your locker with a quick tap.
If you don’t have a MagicBand or other ticket media (such as a card), you will be provided with a card to assign your locker.
Important: Disney MagicMobile service will not open a locker.
You’ll know a locker is available to use if the number is lit. All you have to do is scan your ticket, band, or access card, and it will open. We suggest taking a picture of your locker number, so you don’t forget where you stored your belongings.
There are also section numbers to help you navigate the lockers and remember where you put your stuff.
Better yet: There are even screens that you can tap on with your MagicBand or card and it will tell you which locker you used!
Anyone riding TRON must use the lockers, except:
- If there is someone in your party who is not riding, you can leave your items with them instead of using a locker.
- If you only have small items on you, like cellphones, glasses, or wallets, you can place those in the small compartments built into the ride vehicles (as seen below).
Why might you need a locker?
Wondering why a locker might come in handy? Here’s some of the most common reasons people use them:
- Stash costumes or fancy clothes for character meals or Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
- Store camera equipment that you don’t want to haul around all day
- Stow lunch for later in the day
- Store carry-ons (if visiting the park one last time before heading to the airport)
- Stash purchases
There’s lots of other reasons, but you get the idea. Sometimes having a locker makes your day in the parks easier, but whatever the reason, Disney definitely makes it easy to use one.
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