Is Disney building a walkway from the Grand Floridian to Magic Kingdom?

Walkway from Grand Floridian to Magic Kingdom

Hey Fellow Disney Addicts! It’s me, Anonymouse. Chiperoo has finally let me out of my box and I’m bursting with Disney gossip. Today’s gossip comes to you straight from Walt Disney World Resort. One of my many fans sent me the picture above and I just had to investigate. Is it an indication that we will soon see a walkway from Grand Floridian to the Magic Kingdom?

My sources tell me “Yes!” and that the floating bridge is merely the beginning of this transformation. The bridge can be moved to bring out the Electrical Water Pageant barges and replaced once the barges are in the Seven Seas Lagoon.

While Guests and Cast Members have been talking about this possibility for years, it has never been built. However, in October, Disney Vacation Club opened The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. With the opening of this new DVC resort, it would make perfect sense to finally build that walkway from Grand Floridian to the Magic Kingdom. This would cut down on ferry and monorail crowding as well as giving guests another way to experience Walt Disney World.

What do you think about a walkway from Grand Floridian to the Magic Kingdom? I think it would be wonderful!

Anywho, that is all the Disney gossip I have right now. For my past gossip articles be sure to check them out here. Got any good gossip/rumors please email me at or on my facebook page.

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Anonymouse searches the internet, annoys cast members, and wouldn’t think twice about using a Ouija board to find you the freshest Disney Gossip. Some of what she’ll report is confirmed, some is based on information from the rumor mill, and some, frankly, she just read on the bathroom wall in Fantasyland.So take it with a grain of salt and have fun!

  • angie

    I think whenever WDW comes up with additional ways to get to/from somewhere on property without having to wait for transportation is great! Especially when we’re tired and our feet are hurting – it often feels preferable to just walk, rather than stand, stand, stand in crowds waiting for a bus or boat or monorail, not even knowing if you’ll fit on the next one that arrives (or the next one after that!)