Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies

Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies

From Dole Whip to cinnamon buns, Magic Kingdom is ripe with sweet treats of all kinds. Whether you like your sugar frosted and fluffy or served soft on a cone, there is no telling what sorts of goodies you’ll find around the park. However, Tomorrowland has some galactic goodies that are, in fact, out of this world, which you can find at none other than Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies.

Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies is a sweet shop located inside the Merchant of Venus, just across the path from Tomorrowland Speedway. If you don’t see the Auntie Gravity’s sign, keep an eye for the “Ice Cream and Smoothies” sign instead! While there may not be all that much in the way of atmosphere, seeing as the shop consists of only a few registers and food windows, they certainly make up for it with tasty floats and sundaes.

We took our time strolling through Tomorrowland, hitting the hot spots and making sure we got to see everything there was to see, and eventually made our way in the direction of the Mad Tea Party ride. But before we could make the transition into the new Fantasyland, we had to make a stop at Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies, where kids and grownups alike were walking away lapping at soft serve and slurping on soda floats. Sure, it may look like a simple quick service counter, but it’s much more than that.


As far as the menu goes, you really can’t go wrong. It offers some unique options, like Iced Coffee Floats, as well as crowd pleasers, like the delicious root beer float that we ordered. A dazzling swirl of vanilla soft serve ice cream drenched and flooded with root beer, Auntie Gravity’s root beer floats are sugar comas waiting to happen (in a good way, of course). Smooth and fizzy, it was an absolute delight in the Florida heat and offered a refreshing alternative to the usual snacks around the park.

We also got to experience a tropical fruit smoothie, which is another great option for beating the heat. There are plenty of flavors to choose from at Auntie Gravity’s, whether you are looking for floats, iced coffee, or smoothies. It all depends on what you want! The best places to eat at Disney are the ones that let you customize your order, and this is certainly one of them.

Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies provides a refreshing stop for anyone passing through Tomorrowland. In spite of the lack of atmosphere, there are lots of wonderful treats to enjoy and even more ways to customize them. At Disney, you can’t slow down. Auntie Gravity’s can and will keep you running along on your way! On to Fantasyland!


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Food: Floats, ice cream, and sundaes galore, Auntie Gravity’s is the first stop in Tomorrowland sweets and “galactic goodies”.  Grab a classic root beer float or try a French Vanilla Iced Coffee Float. Either way, you won’t be disappointed. The menu here is designed to help you build a tasty frozen treat just the way you like it!

Atmosphere: Connected with the Merchant of Venus shop, Auntie Gravity’s doesn’t have much in the way of atmosphere besides the basic metallic décor on the walls and facilities. There are a few chairs outside and some nearby benches, but apart from the quick service counter itself, there really isn’t much to look at. But who cares? It’s Magic Kingdom!

Service: As always, Auntie Gravity’s employees were happy, helpful, and hasty. The ordering lines went quick, the food was ready when we approached the food counter, and the final product was utterly delicious!

Tips: Grab something sweet before hopping in line at one of the nearby attractions, or stop in at some of the Tomorrowland shops to pass the time while you eat. It’s also great for passing the time until your FastPasses are ready!

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Ryan Negrini has worked tirelessly to write stories worth sharing. Apart from his writing exploits, he is a creative writing consultant at Valencia College in Orlando, Fl. His inspiration often comes from the earth and its quirky nature, but sometimes shifts to current events.