Disney now has a new way to report your lost items while visiting their parks!
Via Disney Parks Blog
A day at Walt Disney World Resort is sure to be adventurous and filled with fun, but sometimes in all that excitement it can be easy to lose track of your personal belongings. That’s why Disney is introducing an online tool to make it even easier and more convenient for you to report lost items.
Did you know if you lose something in one of the parks, water parks, Disney Springs, ESPN Wide World of Sports or on Disney transportation, you can now visit DisneyWorld.com/lostandfound, input information about your lost item, and then Disney will do the searching for you? They can even send you periodic updates on the search right to your email address, whether you’re still visiting Walt Disney World Resort or have already returned home. If you lose something at your resort, you are asked to contact your resort directly so they can check there for you.
All it takes is a few simple clicks on any smart device, to get the search started. It’s so easy, it’s like magic!
- Step 1: Visit DisneyWorld.com/lostandfound to get started.
- Step 2: Enter information about your lost item.
- Step 3: Fill in your contact information and click submit!
Have additional questions? Disney cast members are always happy to help and more information is available at DisneyWorld.com/lostandfound.
I think this is a great enhancement to the Lost and Found process! ~Donna~
I’ve enjoyed over 50+ trips to Walt Disney World Resort, several visits to Disneyland Resort, and 14 cruises on various cruise lines. Most recently, I attended the D23 Expo at Disneyland Resort! I’ve worked for various travel agencies over the years and decided that to provide the best possible care my guests deserve, it was time to open my own agency. I am thrilled to take my experiences and knowledge of traveling with children, ladies-only trips and now empty-nesters,and share it with my guests.My motto is, if you can dream it, I can design it!
Donna is a graduate of the College of Disney Knowledge, is also a Universal Orlando Resort Specialist as well as a Certified Sandals Specialist.