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Magic Kingdom is one of the four theme parks in Disney World Orlando, Florida. Storybook fantasies come alive in this magical park where Disney Characters become everyday reality.
Magic Kingdom park presents several fantasy lands: Main Street, U.S.A area, Fantasyland Area, Liberty Square, Frontierland Area, Adventureland Area, Tomorrowland Area, and Mickey’s Toontown Fair. There’s something for everyone in the family in this land of imagination and make-believe. For many critics, Magic Kingdom is the ultimate park for kids of all ages in Disney World.
The seven lands of fantasy
There are seven theme parks within the Magic Kingdom.
The Main Street U.S.A. Area is a version of early 1900s small-town America with the magical touch of Disney.
Fantasyland Area is where the classic Disney characters come to life.
Rich traditions of U.S. history can be found in Liberty Square
The Frontierland Area is a wooly and wild town of old American west on the outskirts of civilization.
The Adventureland Area will take you to exotic lands of places faraway.
Tomorrowland will take you to the future in the style of Disney; and
You can visit Mickey and his pals in the Mickey’s Toontown Fair.
Must sees at the Magic Kingdom
Some of the must sees among countless of other fun rides, activities, and attractions at the Magic Kingdom include:
Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor, an interactive comedy show featuring Disney Pixar’s Monsters, Inc, a real fun time for little ones
Mickey’s PhilharMagic, a magical 3-D adventure that stars Mickey Mouse and a “con-DUCK-tor” surprise
Wishes Nighttime Spectacular, magnificent fireworks display and the biggest and brightest extravaganza in the history of Magic Kingdom – the perfect choice for nighttime entertainment
Buzz Lightyear’s ‘Space Ranger Spin,’ where you will shoot targets with a laser cannon to help Buzz save the toy galaxy from Evil Emperor Zurg
Space Mountain, a high-speed roller coaster ride into space; and
A mild but wild thrill at the Haunted Mansion, where you will take a ride to go through wall-to-wall creeps in a macabre manor with a “ghost host.”
You can check out the current wait times for popular attractions at the Magic Kingdom throughout the day in the tip board on Main Street U.S.A.
For show times and Park hours, you can check the Magic Kingdom Times Guide.
A Disney photographer is available in front of Cinderella Castle and at the entrance of the Park. You can also purchase film, cameras, and batteries in the park should you forget to bring a camera.
Before your visit, make sure you drink plenty of water because you’ll be sweating and burning a lot of energy from all that fun time.
It is also best to bring sunscreen and an umbrella, raincoat, or poncho so you’re prepared in case of unpredictable weather.
A lot of Disney Cast Members can speak more than one language. Their nametags indicate what languages they can speak.
You can make reservations when you arrive at the Magic Kingdom through Guest Relations or the restaurant or eatery, or you can call 407-WDW-DINE (939-3463) to make reservations.
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