17 More Instagram Worthy Walls Of Walt Disney World

17 More Instagram Worthy Walls Of Walt Disney World

I can show you some walls, shining, shimmering aesthetic.
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Back in April, I brought you 14 Instagram Worthy Walls Of Walt Disney World and since then (and in my time back in Disney as part of the Disney College Program), I've been on the lookout for more aesthetically pleasing walls just begging for an Instagram-worthy photo-op. If you're running out of walls for your "here for the pics" park days, look no further! Here are 17 more walls to satisfy all of your Disney Instagram needs:

1. Buzz Blue

Photo: @dana0x3

Hiding in the land of tomorrow, just as you exit Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin in the Magic Kingdom, you'll find this hidden gem. Rock your Galactic Hero button and strike a pose with Buzz Blue.

2. The Birthday Cake Wall

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Embracing the fact that you are a cupcake queen? Stop by Magic Kingdom’s Confectionary. Just before you leave, take a pic in front of the sweetest wall on Main Street.

3. The Casting Wall

Photo:@djchang8

Shut out to all you Cast Members out there. When you enter the room when dreams actually come true, rock your business casual right inside the hallway of the Casting Center. Say hi to Walt for me!

4. Walt Disney World Map Wall

Photo: @brennahayes_

Next stop, Magic Kingdom! Before you head into a world filled with make believe here's your chance to take a pre-park pic! It's at the Speedway closest to the land of yesterday, fantasy and tomorrow.

5. The Moss Wall

Photo: @amberella_918

It’s here! Pandora: The World Avatar has finally opened its gates and brought us the cutest wall yet! Right before you get on Flight Of Passage, be one with nature with this green-y delight.

6. The Petal Power Wall

Photo: @brittbritt918

Throw your peace signs way up and rock your favorite flower crown. This wall captures good vibes, nation wide. Hop over to the Hippie Dippie Pool at Disney’s Pop Century Resort and strike your best '70's pose.

7. Under Da Sea Wall

Photo: @bfruciano

The lighting is always better, right by this colorful wall. Swim on over to Disney's Art of Animation Resort and check out this beauty in the Little Mermaid section.

8. Perfect Palm Tree Wall

Photo: @amberella_918

Careful, it's a jungle out there! Embrace your wild side at Disney's Art of Animation Resort. You'll find Perfect Palm and many other adventurous walls in the Jungle Book section.

9. The Dole Whip Wall

Photo: @h_dawes

Say aloha and grab yourself a Dole Whip at Disney's Polynesian Resort. While you're at Pineapple Lanai, angle your tasty treat in perfect lighting and click! Instagram worthy, indeed.


10. Ice Wall



Photo: @amberella_918

Need a chilled refreshment? Stop by Disney Spring's Coke-a-Cola store! The stairwell is full of cool walls.

11. Fitchwa Fellow Wall

Photo: @aly_sf

We all know that Disney's Animal Kingdom is filled with picture worthy details. Say jambo to this one after you exit the Festival Of The Lion King! On the side of Africa's Harambe Market, take a snap with this friendly guy

12. The Cotten Candy Wall

Photo: @jessielandress_

Disney's Art of Animation Resort is full of photo ops. A newly discovered sassy and sweet one is marking its way into Instagram history.

13. The Sunshine Wall

Photo: @ballinbalando

Plenty of sunshine, heading your way! Yet another picture perfect post-able place at Disney's Pop Century Resort. In '70's section next to the Hippie Dippie pool, you'll find this little wall that will brighten your feed right up!

14. The Walls of America

Photo: @dana0x3

Proud to be an American? Look no further than this colonial masterpiece. The America pavilion in Epcot is full of green shutters and great lighting.

15. Enchanted Forest Wall

Photo: @dana0x3

Twirl around and let your fantasies come alive on Main Street. As you enter the Magic Kingdom, stop by this princess wall before you pass the Emporium.

16. The Dimond Wall

Photo: @melissa.bugeski

As you enter Disney's Art of Animation Resort, you'll notice a bright array of diamonds tracing up the wall. Your camera will notice the optimal lighting.

17. Morocco Wall

Photo: @lyssanoelle1220

I can show some walls, shining, shimmering, aesthetic. Another for the Morocco pavilion, this one is to the left before you walk under the arch way.

Cover Image Credit: @dana0x3

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In true Emma style, I used a whisk to combine the wet ingredients together, making sure to use her special technique.


Then, I did the same thing with the dry ingredients.


After that, I dumped everything together and combined all of the ingredients.


Once they were combined, I chopped up a vegan chocolate bar, because Emma and I like chocolate chunk cookies, not chocolate chip, there's a difference.


Now that everything is combined, I made balls of dough and stuck it on a pan, and baked them while I binged more Emma, because what else would I be doing in my spare time?



The recipe said to make the balls a lot smaller, but we aren't perfect, so I made them gigantic. In my head, I thought the worst thing that could happen was it turn into one big cookie, but that's a whole other video you need to watch.

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