7 Places To Get Your Face Painted At Walt Disney World

We all love to show off our Disney spirit at Walt Disney World, whether it’s with a pair of Mickey or Minnie ears, a customized MagicBand, or even a character costume (for the little ones!). Face painting is another way of expressing yourself in the most magical place on earth, and luckily, it’s available in many different locations throughout the parks. And because every adult is really a kid at heart, there’s no upper age limit for face painting in WDW! There are seasonal options available, as well as customized sizes – just let your artist know what you’re looking for. Prices range from around $15-$20 to more expensive makeup packages that include fun makeover extras. Here are just a few locations you’ll want to check out!


1. Pandora, Animal Kingdom

This is Walt Disney World’s newest face painting location. Located in Pandora – The World of Avatar, Colors of Mo’ara is the place to be if you want to be transformed into one of the Na’vi! There are lots of Avatar-inspired designs to choose from, or talk to your artist about customizing your look. Fun fact: the face paint glows in the dark, so be sure to stick around and tour Pandora at night!

2. World Showcase, Epcot

Epcot’s face painting kiosk is in the World Showcase, between China and Germany, at the Outpost. The kiosk is designed to fit in with its African surroundings, and there are a variety of face painting designs available here. Whether you’re looking for something fun, or something a little scarier, the talented artists here will create a work of art on your face!

3. Hollywood Studios

It’s time for your close-up at this face painting kiosk between Toy Story Land and Walt Disney Presents. We’ve seen some pretty spectacular Star Wars themed face paintings emerge from this kiosk! Whichever design you choose, remember to keep your receipt – you can return later in the day for complimentary touch-ups if your face painting becomes smudged.

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4. Tomorrowland, Magic Kingdom

Before or after taking a spin on Space Mountain, you can check out the nearby face painting kiosk in Tomorrowland, to the left of the Rockettower Plaza Stage restrooms. Whether you’re in the mood for a futuristic design, or have a specific character look in mind, you’re sure to find something fun before you blast off on your next adventure!

5. Harambe, Animal Kingdom

This is the perfect face painting stop for animal lovers! You’ll find this kiosk in Animal Kingdom, across from Ziwani Traders and Mombasa Marketplace. These makeup artists specialize in animal designs of all kinds. So if you or your little ones want to transform into your favorite wild animals before going on safari or seeing Festival of the Lion King, this is the place to be!

6. Disney Springs Marketplace

You don’t even have to be in a Walt Disney World park to have your face painted! If you’re in Disney Springs for shopping or dining, stop by the kiosk at the Marketplace. You can choose from existing designs, or get an artist to create one just for you. This kiosk is very popular around Halloween, as people head there to have their faces painted before enjoying Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween party, but they’re also open year-round.

7. Adventureland, Magic Kingdom

The Pirates League in Adventureland offers deluxe themed makeover experiences that will turn guests into a pirate (including Captain Hook and Jake), a mermaid or an empress. In addition to face painting, extras like costume pieces and accessories are also included. Guests will hear pirate tales and be officially sworn into The Pirates League, where they’ll receive a new name and even get to see a hidden pirate lair! It’s the ultimate transformation to complete a magical day.

About Jason Dick

Jason is a Disney addict. Walt Disney World trips are an annual occurrence that his partner has had to come to terms with. In between Disney trips, he spends his time running the theatre company he started in 2007. As Artistic Director, he picks musicals to bring to his hometown of Hamilton, Ontario Canada that have never been produced in the area. Traveling is definitely a passion and in addition to his trips to the happiest place on earth, he and his partner also travel the world, most recently to India and Nepal. A carnivore by nature, Jason loves the incredible amount of steakhouses Walt Disney World has to offer - they are always at the top of his list for each and every visit.