Unfortunately for all of us Disney Addicts, the answer is no. While you are able to stroll through the castle archway to move from the hub of Main Street to Fantasyland, there is currently no way to tour the inside of Cinderella Castle. There is however a lot to see just within that archway so take the time to look around! The tale of Cinderella is told on five mosaic murals each a Gothic arch 15 feet high and 10 feet wide. People tend to walk briskly through in a rush to get to Fantasyland but stop and appreciate the artwork and details!
Cinderella’s Royal Table Restaurant occupies the second floor and The Cinderella Suite was added in 2006. The space was originally intended to be a place that Walt Disney and his family would stay in the park. Before 2006 the space in Cinderella Castle was empty, although at times it was used for storage and was also the home of the Disney telephone operators for a while.
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique Salon also took up residence in the Castle just inside the archway, which is a great way to feel as though you are inside the castle.
While there are not tours of the castle itself, there are plenty of other Behind the Scenes Tours offered at Walt Disney World. Click here for a list of other tours that will make your trip extra magical!
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