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Adventure Into The World of Yesterday, Tomorrow, and Fantasy: Disney Tip #46

AdventureWhenever I am at Walt Disney World®, I always try and make sure I send at least one postcard to a family member (who missed out on the trip) or a friend back home.

Believe it or not, there are various mailboxes scattered throughout the parks where you can send a postcard to anyone you would like to share the Disney magic with. The best part about the postcard is that it is being sent from Walt Disney World®!

Most postcards and stamps are available in stores and gift shops throughout the parks, including Downtown Disney®.

Locations to find stamps:

  • Walt Disney World® Resort gift shops
  • Magic Kingdom® ParkNewsstand
  • Epcot®: Camera Center
  • Disney’s Hollywood Studios®: Oscar’s Super Service
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park: The Outpost and Garden Gate Gifts
  • Downtown Disney® Marketplace: World of Disney®

Locations to find mailboxes:

  • Magic Kingdom® Park: Main Street Station® and at the end of Main Street, U.S.A.®
  • Disney’s Hollywood Studios®: Oscar’s Super Service
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park: Garden Gate Gifts
  • Epcot®: Entrance Plaza as well as the Germany Pavilion and United Kingdom Pavilion in World Showcase.

Bonus tip: Want to send something extra special? Walt Disney World® actually allows you to purchase and send home a postcard coconut. Yes, an actual full-sized coconut! This is always a fun and special souvenir. You can find them in the Calypso Trading Post at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, BouTiki at Disney’s Polynesian Resort, and Pirate’s Bazaar at Magic Kingdom® Park.

How many of you have sent a postcard from Walt Disney World®? Which mailbox throughout the parks, do you like to send it from? Comment below!

Peyton is currently a student at the University of Mississippi majoring in Journalism with an emphasis in print. Growing up in Los Angeles and most recently moving to Atlanta, he has seen and experienced the best of both Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Making his first visit to Walt Disney World at the age of 5, he has never looked back as he entered the world of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy.