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Double Rainbow Fills Sky at Magic Kingdom Park

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Experiences


There’s nothing unusual about getting some rain this time of year at Walt Disney World Resort. But the double-rainbow that appeared after a recent storm at Magic Kingdom Park was anything but ordinary. Cast member Brian Hicks captured a series of beautiful shots and we wanted to share them with Disney Parks Blog readers.



  • BEAUTIFUL! But what does it mean?!?

  • It’s almost a triple rainbow

  • I really hope you guys keep this attraction around! My family is coming in October, would be real disappointed if the rainbow was removed! 🙁

  • So intense!

  • My comment is directed at Bradley’s comment…….HA!!!!!

  • Double rainbow means twice the luck! So much magic happens in Disney everyday.

  • Beautiful!! But I think some pesky pirates ran off with the pot of gold!

  • I agree with Bradley. We’ll be there again in November and would love to see the double rainbow too – I missed it last time!

  • I am new to this but all of this, but the FastPasses for the Double Rainbow seem to be gone already for this double rainbow. Is there a trick to getting one? Do I have to be up at Midnight 180/90/60 days prior to make sure I get one. How long will the wait be without a FastPass and/or where do I need to sit 1 hour in advance to be able to see it and take the best pictures of it? The My Disney Experience app isn’t helping at all with this!!!

  • My wife were just there for our 15 year anniversary and saw the same double rainbow from the Boardwalk!

  • we saw the end of the rainbow in the epcot parking lot and it ended on a suv it was the frist time i ever saw the end

  • Gods promise never to flood the earth again. AMAZING!! What a Beauty over the castle!! Kudos to the photographer!! 🙂

  • It had nothing to do with Walt Disney World – they appeared after a storm, just like they do everywhere. Mother Nature is the one who did it – not the Magic Kingdom….Hope it happens again!

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