The one-room shop on the square (9am–6pm; haircuts $19 adults, $18 kids 12 and under, beards or bangs $7), overseen by portraits of George Washington and Teddy Roosevelt, trims some 700 pates a week and does special requests, such as shaving Mickey onto scalps or combing in clear gel with either “Pixie Dust” or “Pirate Dust” (shh—it’s the same thing). They’re experts at first haircuts, which come with a baby mouse-ears cap reading “My First Haircut,” a Certificate of Bravery, and wrappings of your child’s first trimmings for posterity ($25). You can make an appointment at 407/WDW-PLAY (939-7529); the barber shop does take walk-ins but it tends to book up. Beside it, note the Fire Station (Engine Co. 71, named after the year the park opened). The barber shop was temporarily closed for the pandemic; check to see if it has reopened.