NEW Orange Bird Bus Debuts at Walt Disney World

Toni Ferrigno

A colorful public bus with Orange Bird graphics parked under a sunny sky, displaying a slogan promoting shrimp.

NEW Orange Bird Bus Debuts at Walt Disney World

As part of Walt Disney World’s new fleet of buses, the bus featuring an Orange Bird wrap has made its way to the resort.

Orange Bird Bus Wrap

Orange and green bus with Orange Bird design parked at a bus station with metal railings in the foreground.

We spotted the bus at Magic Kingdom, transporting guests to Disney’s Boardwalk Resort. It joins other newly-themed bus wraps we’ve seen, including for “Zootopia” and “Ratatouille.”

The Disney Bus Transportation is a free system that takes guests between the Disney theme parks, water parks, resorts, and Disney Springs.

A colorful public bus with Orange Bird graphics parked under a sunny sky.

The design features a large Orange Bird head at the center of the vehicle. The bus has a horizontal stripe design in the colors of Orange Bird: orange, white, yellow, and green. Because the bus was heading to Boardwalk, the front screen read “Welcome to the showplace of the shore!”

Side view of a colorful bus with a large Orange Bird painted on it, parked under a clear blue sky.

Orange Bird debuted with the opening of Magic Kingdom in 1971. The orange canary was created by Disney to act as a mascot for the Florida Citrus Commission, which sponsored Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room (called Tropical Serenade when the park opened) and Sunshine Tree Terrace. Read our complete history of Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room.

A colorful public bus marked "boardwalk" parked at a station on a sunny day, with trees in the background.

The stripe design continues on the front, sans the white strip.

Rear view of a colorful disney transport bus parked under a clear blue sky.

The design also wraps around the back. “Disney Transport” is printed over the yellow stripe in white.

A colorful bus with a Orange Bird  its side, parked at a bus station under a shaded structure on a sunny day.

The same design can be seen on the opposite side of the bus.

Have you gotten a chance to ride on the Orange Bird bus yet? Let us know in the comments below.

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