Disney's PhotoPass

Disney's PhotoPass

Disney World has a special PhotoPass system that allows guests to order pictures that were taken by the company’s photographers during their vacation. I wish I had known about this the last time I visited Disney, as I love to memorialize all of our vacations with photographs.

Here is how Disney’s PhotoPass system works: Find a Disney photographer at either Main Street, Ariel’s Grotto, Mickey’s Toontown, the Train Station, Town Square, Castle Hub, Adventureland, Tommorrowland, the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, or Frontierland. Pose for the photo and say “Cheese.” The photographer will then give you a PhotoPass. The PhotoPass contains all of the information you need to look at your photo online. If you like what you see, you can order prints. Even better, you can order keepsakes with your photos on them, such as a mug, stationary, mouse pad, stickers, and canvas prints.

If you plan to purchase a CD of all of the photos taken during your visit, you’ll want to pre-order one. Pre-ordering your PhotoPass CD allows you to save a total of $50. The CDs currently go for $99. Remember, if you wait until after you visit Disney World, you’ll have to pay the full price of $149. You don’t have to worry about the picture quality. All of the Disney photographers are professionals who know how to get the best shots of your family.

Other Disney theme parks also offer the PhotoPass system to vacationers. You can find it in use at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and both of Disney’s water parks.

If you have any questions about the PhotoPass system or how it works, call 407-934-4004 to speak with a Disney customer service representative.