Welcome to the Magic Kingdom page! Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom opened in 1971 and is getting ready to celebrate their 50th Birthday in October of 2021.
As you walk under the train station, six themed lands are waiting for you! Main Street, USA; Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Liberty Square, Frontierland and Adventureland are homes to fantastic rides, places to sit and relax (who
doesn't like to people watch?) and most importantly, have some fun with your friends and/or family.
Have kids traveling with you? Classic rides such as The Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean and The Flight of Dumbo, Peter Pan and It's a Small World can be found in their respective lands and are wonderful family rides.
Looking for something a little more adventurous? Give 3 of the 4 Mountains of the Walt Disney World Resort a try! The Magic Kingdom is home to Splash, Big Thunder and Space Mountain.
Food can be found through the park as well! Sit down, quick service (grab your food and get a table) and snacks are abundant in the park. Of course, you can always bring in your own food if you so choose. There are lockers available at the front of the park and make a fantastic location for storage until you are ready to take a load off and eat something.
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Main Street, USA
Main Street, USA is the first themed land that you come across as you enter the Magic Kingdom. Themed after Walt Disney's childhood town of Marceline, Missouri, Main Street will take you back to the turn of the century. You will find an Emporium, a bakery, a barbershop and even a Fire Station here!
Fantasyland is the heart of the Magic Kingdom. Here, you enter the home of fairy tales. Cinderella's Royal Carousel, It's A Small World, Story Time with Belle, The Seven Dwarfs Mine Coaster, The Mad Hatter's Tea Party and more classic fairy tale characters are waiting for you.
Step back in time to the Colonial Era of the United States. Home to 3 attractions, the Haunted Mansion, the Hall of Presidents and the Liberty Square Riverboat, you will feel like you are back in Colonial Williamsburg as you wander through this land. Don't forget to stop by the replica of the Liberty Bell. It's located just across from the Hall of Presidents.
Frontierland is probably the most "hidden" land in the Magic Kingdom. Meaning, it is off in the back top left corner of the park. It's location doesn't make it any less popular than any other land by any means. You can get here by going through Liberty Square or through Adventureland. Once in Frontierland, you will be greeted by 2 of the mountains that can be found in Walt Disney World. Splash and Big Thunder are both very different, but they are also both very fun! (Kids may get a little worried here, the drop on Splash is a big one and Big Thunder can be a little rough. We recommend watching for a bit before heading to the ride queue) Tom Sawyer Island is found in the middle of the Rivers of America. You take a raft, just like Tom and Huck did, over to the island. Kids will love it here! And it's a nice getaway from the hustle and bustle in the rest of the park. Back on land, take in a performance of the Country Bear Jamboree or practice shooting in the Frontierland Shootin' Arcade (additional fee applies)
As you approach the Castle, Tomorrowland will be off to your right when you get to the central hub. Home to Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor, Tomorrowland Speedway, Space Mountain, Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin, the People Mover, Astro Orbiter and Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress, this land is a fun way to spend a little...or a lot of time in the park.
Found over the bridge to the left of the hub as you come up Main Street, USA, Adventureland waits for you. Themed after both a jungle as well as a desert oasis, you will find some of the most popular attractions. The Swiss Family Treehouse will be up on your left as you enter the land. You will next be greeted by Magic Carpets of Aladdin...kind of like the Flight of Dumbo, if you don't want to wait in that line. The Jungle Cruise and the Pirates of the Caribbean have been in the park since 1971 and 1973 respectively. Also, don't forget to swing by and see the Enchanted Tiki Room. This fun show is behind the Magic Carpets of Aladdin and is one not to be missed. (Don't worry if you're afraid of birds. These characters aren't going to fly around anywhere)