Disney PhotoPass Day coming to Magic Kingdom

Have you ever wanted to meet Pinocchio, or Mulan? Disney is now giving you a chance to do just that with the first ever “Disney Photopass Day” on Friday.

Disney photographers are on location every day to capture your special moments, snapping photos in front of the iconic Disney icons and meeting with your favorite characters. And on Friday, August 19th those photographers willbe doing just that but with a twist! You will be able to get your photo takes with rare characters that usually are not in the parks!

Special character experiences will be at Epcot and Magic Kingdom, according to Disney officials.



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Enjoy special character experiences at Magic Kingdom Park and Epcot, where Disney PhotoPass photographers will capture your encounter with Pinocchio, Gideon and Foulfellow in Storybook Circus from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

At Epcot, a friend or foe will join some of your favorite Disney characters around World Showcase, including Mushu and Mulan in the China Pavilion; Snow White and Dopey in the Germany Pavilion; and the Queen of Hearts, who will join Alice in the United Kingdom Pavilion.

Each theme park will have one location where a Disney photopass photographer will capture your special moment. As usual your photo will be available in the My Disney Experience app.

Participate in a Disney PhotoPass Challenge

Complete a Disney PhotoPass Challenge at any of our parks at the Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort to get a Disney PhotoPass photo on us. All you need to do is get your photo taken by a Disney PhotoPass Photographer at each of the designated challenge locations on August 19. Once you’ve stopped by all of the locations, visit a Disney PhotoPass Sales Center to claim your Disney PhotoPass photo. At the Walt Disney World Resort, participants will receive a voucher for one Disney PhotoPass download. Participants at Disneyland Resort will receive one 5×7 print of a Disney PhotoPass photo. Challenge locations and details will be posted on the Disney’s PhotoPass Service Facebook page on Wednesday.