It’s not uncommon to see a couple of horses out on Main Street, U.S.A., when you first enter the Magic Kingdom. In fact, it’s so common that Disney lists the Main Street Horses as an attraction on its website.
Often, you’ll see a horse pulling the Main Street Trolley through Town Square. Guests can ride the trolley when it’s not otherwise used.
Of course, sometimes, performers ride the trolley up and down the street, like the Dapper Dans. They’ll sing a tune as they pass by.
In addition, to the Main Street Trolley, you might see horses in a parade. For instance, during Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, Cinderella’s ponies pull her carriage in the holiday parade.
In the past, we’ve even seen a few characters riding horses down Main Street.
A few years ago, Merida rode a horse in one of the pop-up cavalcades.
As for the Main Street Trolley, we don’t make a special effort to experience this type of ride. However, if we happen upon them, we always hop on and take advantage of the opportunity.
It’s doubtful that anyone will regret taking a few minutes of their day to ride up Main Street in a horse-drawn trolley. Being able to ride the trolley is such a unique experience.
For more information about the horses at Walt Disney World, you might enjoy visiting Tri-Circle D Ranch at Disney’s Fort Wilderness.
Tri Circle D Ranch is home to the following horse breeds:
- Quarter Horses
- Gypsy Vanner
In addition to visiting the stables, trail rides are available at the resort’s other stable. You can read more about that experience here on Disney’s site.
Other opportunities that involve horses include carriage rides at Disney’s Port Orleans Resorts. You can find more information about those events here.
For more details about attractions, we have an overview of all the rides at Magic Kingdom. Or you might enjoy these individual articles:
- Walt Disney World Railroad
- Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Review
- Under the Sea Journey of the Little Mermaid
- Peter Pan’s Flight
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Hopefully, you’ll see some horses out and about at Magic Kingdom on your next visit! Have you ever seen any of the horses on Main Street, U.S.A.?