Disney Wild About Safety Cards Tip #1: Hold Onto Your Gear

Disney Wild About Safety Cards Tip #1: Hold Onto Your Gear

Disney Wild About Safety Tip #1 from the 10th Anniversary Collection: Hold onto your gear To learn more about Disney's Wild About Safety program please visit www.TheDisneyKids.com

Where can you find lost items at Walt Disney World?

If you lost your item at a Park- Each individual park has a Lost & Found located at Guest Relations. After the park closes each day, items are transferred to the Theme Parks Lost and Found at the Ticket and Transportation Center.

If you lost your item at a Resort- Items will be turned into the Concierge in the Lobby of the resort.

If you lost your item at Downtown Disney- You will need to check each of the three Guest Relations areas within Downtown Disney. When Downtown Disney closes each day, the items are transferred to the Lost and Found at the Ticket and Transportation Center.

If you lost your items on the Monorail or Water Crafts- Items will be turned in at the area that they service. This may be the Lost and Found at the applicable Park, Downtown Disney or the Concierge at the Resort. The next day they will be transferred to the Lost and Found at the Ticket and Transportation Center.

If you lost your item on a Resort Bus- Items will be turned into the Lost and Found at the Ticket and Transportation Center the same day they were found.

If you lost your item on the Magical Express- If it has been less than 30 minutes call (866) 599-0951. Otherwise contact Mears Transportation at (407) 423-5566

Disney holds high-value items for 90 days. This includes, wallets, cameras, purses, prescription glasses, credit cards, etc. Lower value items such as hats, toys, sunglasses and clothing are held for 30 days.

For the most updated information on Walt Disney World Lost & Found procedures please visit their website.

  • Read The Disney Kid’s overview of the program at Disney Wild About Safety
  • Visit their website to learn more about the Disney Wild About Safety Program
  • Visit iTunes to purchase the Disney Wild About Safety MobileApp {affiliate link}
  • Visit Amazon to purchase Disney Wild About Safety Safety Smart DVDs {affiliate link}

    Disclosure: A complete set of the 10th Anniversary Wild About Safety Cards were given to me as an attendee of the 2014 Disney Social Media Moms Celebration. I paid a conference fee to attend and received discounted & complimentary items from Walt Disney World and their sponsors. I was not asked to write about our experiences at the conference. All opinions are my own.

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    1. says

      Oh my, I am going to love this series! And I have a story for this one!

      A few years ago I took a group of my students to WDW for a theatre trip, and one of my students cell phones took a flying leap out of the pocket on Space Mountain! He immediately spoke to the ride attendant who sent him to Guest Services and they told him to come back the next morning as they do a full sweep of the show building at the end of each day. Sure enough the next morning they had his phone! Granted it wouldn’t go past the Apple screen, but it was in one piece!

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