Disney’s Harmony Barber Shop – A Cut Above

I love the Harmony Barber Shop at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. Whenever I need a few inches chopped off, I make sure to see Michal. In fact, Michal’s gave my son his first hair cut when he was 2 and a half and has been the only person to cut his hair over the last four years. So I was pleasantly surprised today to find a video of Harmony Barbershop featuring Michael.

Whether it’s a full cut or a little off the side, the Harmony Barber Shop at Magic Kingdom is a fun place for a haircut, and much more. The barber shop with its old-fashioned candy-striped pole has been a Magic Kingdom staple since 1975.

Regular clients range from babies and seniors to toddlers and teens. Barbers create a memorable experience with great conversation, plus a sprinkling of pixie dust, colored gels on request and even hidden Mickeys. My First Haircut is a popular choice for tykes. The young guests enjoy take-home embroidered mouse ears, a certificate and a priceless family memory.

The Harmony Barber shop welcomes about 400 Walt Disney World Resort guests a week and is located just past City Hall on the corner of Main Street, U.S.A. It is open to walk-ins daily from 9 a.m. -6 p.m. Prices range from $15-19.

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3 Responses to Disney’s Harmony Barber Shop – A Cut Above

  1. The Magic Kingdom's Harmony Barber Shop featuring Michal – http://bit.ly/cjhRSF – Really a cut above.

  2. Tom in CT says:

    All 4 of our kids often get their hair cut (or “sparkled”) there! Our youngest had her first haircut by Michal!
    We love this little gem on Main St, and we love Michal!

  3. Stephanie says:

    We waited in our longest line for my son’s first haircut (1 hr) but it was worth the memory.

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