Come Peek Inside the Diamond Horseshoe at the Magic Kingdom

The Diamond HorseshoeWhile at a recent preview for Summer Nightastic, I was able to take a walk down Memory Lane.  Not only did I get to see my beloved Main Street Electrical Parade…In addition, the “now closed” Diamond Horseshoe was used as the Media Hospitality Center. I hadn’t been inside this building since I was in elementary school! Foggy memories came rushing back to me about this now defunct Wild West attraction. The only time day guests can glimpse a piece of this Disney landmark is during peak season when the building is used as a quick service restaurant.

I stepped inside for a quick second this past April while the Spring Break crowds were in full effect. It still looks the same as I remember…

Tables set up in the main hall in front of the stage

Tables set up in the main hall in front of the stage

The Diamond Horseshoe Restaurant Counter Service Area

The Diamond Horseshoe Restaurant Counter Service Area

Here’s the menu that was being offered back in April…

The Diamond Horseshoe Restaurant Menu

The Diamond Horseshoe Restaurant Menu

Of course this month, at the media event, we weren’t offered the full menu…only ice cream, soda and bottled water (but who’s complaining). Here are some more detailed pics of the saloon.  Sorry…iPhone doesn’t have a flash so they may be a tad bit grainy…

Horn Detail on the Upper Level

Horn Detail on the Upper Level

Stage Entrance

Stage Entrance

Stage Sinage

Stage Signage

Alas...The World Famous Self Playing Piano

Alas…The World Famous Self Playing Piano

The Diamond Horseshoe Wall Art

The Diamond Horseshoe Wall Art

The Diamond Horseshoe Restaurant Menu Board hidden in an Alcove

The Diamond Horseshoe Restaurant Menu Board hidden in an Alcove

What are your memories of The Diamond Horseshoe Review?

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/E5CPEBIOLBURFJLLR3RKZWBB4E Alec

    What a great website! It's been a while for me since I last visited Disneyworld. I take it there used to be shows there. Is it only open during the day for fast food or are there still shows at night?

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  • wanderlustjourney

    Thanks for the look inside!

  • http://www.disneyeveryday.com Amanda Tinney

    Hi Alec…Thanks for the kind words. Yep…used to be a “wild westish” show there many moons ago and then the attraction closed. Now…it is only open seasonally for quick service dining…only during PEAK crowds

  • http://www.disneyeveryday.com Amanda Tinney

    Why…you are so very welcome. I've heard rumor that it has been open this summer so if you're planning a trip soon you may get to see it for yourself

  • http://www.lifeonthenet7.com Charles Kaluwasha

    What a fantastic scenery… a great place to visit and have a closer look

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    Woah this place looks fantastic

  • http://allweekwalls.com/ Temporary Walls New York

    Woah this place looks fantastic

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sofia-Martinez/100002015009117 Sofia Martinez

    i like

  • http://momsdailyrecipes.com/ Daily Recipes

    thanks for share this information.
    It’s so long time not going to disneyland :)

  • Caryn Schmidt

    I remember eating here during one of our many fall/winter visits as a kid. The food was meh, but the dinner show was worth it. I think the Hoop De Doo at Fort Wilderness is an outgrowth of this.

  • funny Pictures

    Thank you for the good infornation and nice post!