Walt Disney’s Window On Main Street At The Magic Kingdom

July 22, 2010 • By

If you have time to stroll down Main Street U.S.A. at the Magic Kingdom theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort, you should try to look up as often as possible to the upper windows of the buildings. Many of the windows have fun names that pay recognition to the Imagineers who worked on the park, in fact, there is even a book about the windows at the park that would be useful if you want to learn more!


Our favorite window is that of Walter Elias Disney, the man behind the Disney brand. His window is in a very special place on Main Street – at the very end and around the corner on the right.

Why is it all the way back here you might wonder? Well, it’s the perfect viewing location for Cinderella Castle – and what else would Walt Disney prefer to look at than the signature structure of the park.

Disney’s window reads: “Walter E. Disney. Graduate School of Design & Master Planning. ‘We Specialize in Imagineering.’”

Other individuals honored on the window include:

- Richard Irvine
- John Hench
- Edward Brummitt
- Marvin Davis
- Fred Hope
- Vic Greene
- Bill Martin
- Chuck Myall

These men played a big part in the designing of the Magic Kingdom that we know and love today.