Minnie Vans Are Coming Back To Walt Disney World


Disney’s Minnie Vans are slated to come back this summer. This Disney transportation has not been used at the Walt Disney World Resort since March of 2020. During the phased reopening of the resort, the Minnie Vans have not reappeared.

However, this changes this summer.

Minnie Vans first arrived at the Walt Disney World Resort in 2017. These red and white polka dot vans can accommodate up to 6 guests. They operated around the Walt Disney World Resort and to the Orlando International Airport. As of late, the vans could be seen lined up, unused in the Epcot Parking lot.

Disney Parks released a TikTok today announcing the reemergence of the Minnie Vans this summer.

@disneyparks It really works! Minnie Vans connected by @Lyft are rolling back in this #Summer at #DisneyWorld 🚗 #Disney #DisneyParks #MinnieMouse #ToyCars #MinnieVan #CarTok #Water #Lyft ♬ original sound – Disney Parks

When the Minnie Vans were operating the prices ranged from $20 to $50 around the Walt Disney World Resort as per Mousehacking. A ride to the Orlando International Airport cost $155 one way without gratuity. Again, the vans can accommodate up to 6 people and are driven by Disney cast members.

Disney operates the Minnie Vans in coordination with the ride sharing app, Lyft. The Minnie Vans can be requested in the Lyft app. Guests can request an accessible van by calling 407-828-3500. The Minnie Vans also have room for three complimentary car seats that are installed by the trained cast members. The hours listed for the Minnie Vans were from 6:30am – 12:30am around the resort. The airport service runs from 6:00am – 11:59am and can be requested up to six months in advance. The airport service cannot be requested within the Lyft app. To request an airport ride, call 407-939-7539.

As of now, no changes to the service have been announced. Please check back to see if Disney announces any changes to the operation of the Minnie vans.

Have you ever used the Minnie Vans? Let us know below in the comments.

Source: MyNews13 Orlando

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