The Magic Kingdom is now over 50 years old, and sometimes the restrooms in the park look it (even if they have been remodeled at some point between 1971 and now). For every pristine new restroom facility like Storybook Circus and the upcoming second-level facility at TRON Lightcycle Run, there’s a set of toilets to avoid. Thankfully, Disney has been pretty good about fixing up some of the aging facilities over the last decade, but there are still a few of these older, dingy places to do your business left. One that falls under this category is undoubtedly the restrooms just outside of the Pinocchio Village Haus in Fantasyland.
Thankfully, these restrooms are currently scheduled to be closed in January 2023 for a few months so that they can be remodeled and expanded.
The expansion will see the Women’s restrooms go from 16 to 25 stalls, while the men’s room will go from just 4 stalls to 9 in total. The bathrooms will also finally be themed, featuring wood-style trusses and ornate arches that match the Village Haus interior next door.
Both restrooms will add more sinks, most of which will be on new central islands in the middle of the room. A pair of larger, fully accessible stalls are also being added as part of the modernization.
The plastic, folding “baby change” stations will be a thing of the past as well, with permanent counters installed to assist those needing to change an infant.