Crystal Palace Art


Travel down Main Street USA in Magic Kingdom and meet upon this enchanting restaurant on your way to Adventureland. The Crystal Palace is a Victorian style glass conservatory reminiscent of the centerpiece building of London’s Great Exhibition of 1851. At that time, London’s Crystal Palace was considered an architectural marvel, a massive glass house patterned after the royal greenhouses of the day. Disney has created a similar structure as beautiful as Cinderella’s treasured glass slipper.

Crystal Palace 1

Enjoy the ambience of an elegant bygone era. Step inside and admire the stunning glass dome and atrium filled with sunlight and tropical trees. Here your family can enjoy a “buffet with character” with beloved friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. Have your kids watch for Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet and Eeyore who just might pop by during your meal for fun and photos.

Crystal Palace Dome

“All you care to enjoy” buffets of American favorites are featured. Breakfast offerings include Fresh Fruit, Pastries, French Toast and Omelettes made just the way you’d like. Lunch and dinner menus offer Garden Fresh Salads, carving stations of Spit-Roasted Meats, Atlantic Salmon, spicy boiled Peel-and-Eat Shrimp and, of course, Chicken Nuggets for the kids. Enticing desserts include Florida Key Lime Pie, Coconut Flan, and Warm Bread Pudding.

The Crystal Palace is definitely a Disney must-see spot for a dining experience your kids will love to share with their favorite Hundred Acre Wood characters. As Winnie the Pooh once wisely said… “A day without a friend is like a pot without a single drop of honey left inside!”