The Harmony Barber shop welcomes about 400 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.
Reservations for Harmony Barber Shop are recommended and can be booked up to 180 days in advance by calling 407-939-3463. Payment or credit card guarantee is required at the time of booking, and there is a one-day $10 cancellation policy. (Baby’s First Haircut package is $19 plus tax.) Walk-ups are welcome if there are openings.
Harmony Barber Shop also offers haircuts with styling that includes colorful hair gels and pixie dust for girls and pirate dust for boys. Guests must arrive with clean, dry hair because no shampoo bowls are available. Haircuts for children up to age 9 are $15 plus tax and 10 and older are $18 plus tax. Those 17 and younger must have a parent present.
Guests also can choose styling (no cut) with colored gel and confetti for $7.50 or styling with pixie or pirate dust for $5. Park admission is required for appointments at Harmony Barber Shop
Sit back in the good ol’ barber’s chair and get ready for a good old-fashioned haircut at Harmony Barber Shop on Main Street, U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom. Located near the Emporium gift shop with a signature candy-striped pole outside, Harmony Barber Shop transports Walt Disney World guests to a simpler time … a time when barbershop quartets entertained with harmonic tunes and when getting a haircut was a real treat.
A step into Harmony Barber Shop is a step back in time. Hair tonics and talcum powders line the dark burgundy shelves. The Dapper Dans barbershop quartet strolls by daily, singing melodious tunes in perfect harmony and entertaining guests with their humorous banter.
“Guests are always surprised to find there’s a real barbershop here,” says Mary Volley, who works at Harmony Barber Shop. “They think it’s a display and take pictures, but once they see it they can’t get away … they end up wanting a haircut.”
Guests may be amazed to discover that some of the antiques in Harmony Barber Shop are still in service. A turn-of-the-century Western Electric phone box is still used to make phone calls. Also of note is the cash register the barbers use to ring up their sales. It dates from 1912.
“First Haircuts” is the establishment’s specialty. Young Walt Disney World guests who receive their first haircut at the Magic Kingdom barbershop are treated to many delightful surprises, from “pixie dust” and bubbles to Mickey Mouse stickers and an extra-special “My 1st Haircut” set of Mouse Ears and certificate.