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Disney’s Lost & Found Department at Magic Kingdom

Whether it is a cell phone, a hat, your children's favorite stuffed animal or even a wallet, everyone hates that feeling of panic when they realize that they have lost an important or cherished item.

Losing something special at Walt Disney World is especially stressful because there are countless places where it could've been dropped or misplaced.

Trying to pinpoint your lost items at Disney is sort of like finding a needle in a haystack!

Luckily for guests, the cast members and management at Disney are used to things coming up missing and have found that it happens quite often so they came up with a solution.

Walt Disney World operates a Lost and Found where guests can retrieve the items they forgot on their It’s A Small World boat, on their flying elephant, the monorail or anywhere else throughout the Disney parks.

What Happens to Your Lost Possessions?

Once an item is found, they will be turned in to the specific park’s Lost and Found, which is located at Guest Relations.

Once the fairies are sleeping, the fireworks are over and the parks have closed, the items will be transported to the Lost and Found at the Transportation & Ticket Center, it is that easy!

Disney World has reported that every single day, an average of 210 pairs of sunglasses are turned in and make their journey to the Lost and Found!

Over 1.65 million pairs of glasses since 1971!

Additionally, Lost and Found cast members collect an average 3,500 digital cameras, 18,000 Mikey hats, 6,000 cell phones and 7,500 autographs books in just one year.

High value items such as wallets, credit cards, cameras and prescriptions glasses will be held for 90 days while items of lesser value such as toys, clothes and sunglasses will be held for 30 days.

Guests are comforted by the fact that if they accidentally misplace an item, chances are it will wind up safely in the Lost & Found at Walt Disney World.

By Marie Ospina
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