Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is truly magical.
And, if you have a food allergy, Disney is even more magical!
Disney World is one of the best vacation destinations for those with food allergies, thanks to their fabulous food handling policies, availability of many allergen-free food items and, of course, the eager-to-please Disney Cast Members. However, while they are willing to help you dine in allergy free bliss, you still have to search to find some items and, as always, double-check everything.
The goal of this website is to help make it easier to find those food allergy free resources and provide tips for making the most of your Disney World vacation.
If you’ve never been to Disney World before, start with the Trip Planning page for an overview of the planning process and important things you need to do as you schedule your Disney vacation and make reservations.
For Disney fans with food allergies, you may want to visit the page within our Top 8 Food Allergies section for a list of food items available free of your specific food allergy. And you may also want to visit the Dining section for allergy free experience reviews. Plus, we would love to hear about your dining experiences.
Information is added frequently, so check back often as you plan your Disney vacation.
If you have tips or experiences to share, contact us.
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This quick review was provided by Dan, whose mate is allergic to tree nuts. For day three of my recent Disney trip, I convinced my companion to try eating at Sanaa at the Animal Kingdom Lodge resort. Given that he doesn’t like Indian food, this one was a challenge for both of us. First up, […]
This quick review was provided by Meghan, whose son is allergic to milk, egg and peanut. We had a party of 11 people, ages 4-66, and everyone really loved dinner here! My 4 year old son is allergic to milk, eggs and peanuts. I made our reservation online and indicated we had someone with these […]
This quick review was provided by Meghan, whose son is allergic to milk, egg and peanut. We did the character breakfast and had a great meal and experience. We had a party of 11 ages 4-66. My 4 year old son is allergic to milk, egg and peanut. The chef came out and explained their food […]