this is one of the best kept secrets in the MK. I love going in here for some A/C and photo ops, and there are plenty of places to stretch out and relax in. great for families with tired and sleepy kids who don't want ot travel all the way back to their hotel, they can take a nap right here while you watch oldcartoons!
This is one of the things I must do every visit. Toward park closing it can be a nice and quiet place to visit. The past few years we go and just sit in the back theater. Even though they moved it off Main Street it is still a great place to relax. It is just a nice little place to stop, look at some pictures, and give thanks you are at the happiest place on earth!
IF YOU TAKE TIME TO LOOK AROUND IT CAN BE CHARMING BUT MOST OF THE TIME IT JUST SETS A RELAXING DISNEY MOOD ON OUR WAY TO MK.
This not-well-known area is great for any day on Main Street! Currently, you can look at stories "Behind the Magic", take a look at the history of cameras, watch "Flowers and Trees", and another film about Mickey's history. While I preferred the area as the Walt Disney Story, I enjoy visiting this area every trip before heading out.
If you're looking for a relaxing spot in the Magic Kingdom, look no farther than this almost hidden area behind the Kodak Camera Shop and Tony's Restaurant on Main Street. There's plenty to see and do including seeing exhibits on photography, experiencing the Discover Behind the Magic Kiosks, watching classic Disney cartoons (kind of like the old Main Street Cinema but with seats) and plenty of photo opertunities from posing for pictures in front of cutouts of favorite movie scenes or with some of the Disney characters that show up here throughout the day (I've spotted Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Mary Poppins, Snow White, Belle, Jasmine, Cruella,Wendy and Daisy Duck on past visits). All this plus air condition that is much needed on a hot Florida afternoon. This isn't Disney's greatest attractions, but it's defiatly worth a visit.