Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom
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Magic Kingdom - Walt Disney World Florida
- Follow your Disney dreams to a place where storybook fantasy comes to life
for children of all ages. Seek out adventures, create magical memories with
beloved characters and discover the fun where imagination reigns.
Yes...its all here at the Magic Kingdom.
The Magic KingdomŪ Park is home to many attractions and favorites such as
Pirates of the Caribbean, Space Mountain, the Haunted Mansion, Big Thunder
Mountain Railroad, Jungle Cruise, It's A Small World and many more! The Magic
Kingdom is the top destination for vacationing families worldwide and
generation after generation keep coming back to prove it. Daily shows and
a parade along with fireworks make your visit to the Magic Kingdom an
experience to remember for a lifetime. The Magic Kingdom connects to
Epcot via the monorail.
Swiss Family Treehouse -
This attraction is based on the 1960 film, "Swiss Family Robinson". The movie
is about a family that is shipwrecked on a deserted island and how they create
a new life for themselves around their new home, a fantastic tree house
fashioned from salvaged items and whatever they could find on the island. The
Disney imagineers have created this tree house with amazing detail.
Jungle Cruise -
MUST SEE! - Travel on the rivers of four different
continents. See exotic animals, zany explorers and ancient ruins as your
skipper leads you deep into the jungle. Be prepared for surprises along the
way; your skipper's sure to regale you with humorous tales of danger
Enchanted Tiki Room -
Experience the zany antics of Iago from "Aladdin" and Zazu from "The Lion King"
as they ruffle some feathers in The Enchanted Tiki Room. Under new management,
The Enchanted Tiki Room features a witty, upbeat show with several new musical
Pirates of the Caribbean -
MUST SEE! - Perhaps Disney's best dark
ride, Pirates of the Caribbean takes you from the idyllic Blue Bayou down a
waterfall into a pirate attack on a Caribbean seaport. Filled with music and
outstanding special effects, this 1967 classic set a standard for dark rides
that remained unmatched for more than three decades.
Magic Carpets of Aladdin -
Disney's "Aladdin," one of the most beloved and popular motion pictures of all
time, inspires this colorful attraction, new from the ground up at the Magic
Kingdom. Adventureland makes a fitting home for The Magic Carpets of Aladdin,
filled with the wonder of genies, flying carpets, magic lamps and Middle East
mystique. First permanent attraction with Aladdin theming at Walt Disney World
Resort. Adjacent merchandise area of Agrabah Bazaar and Zanzibar Trading Co.
Peter Pan's Flight - Well, your wishes
can come true when you follow Peter, Wendy, Michael, and John on their fantasy
trip from London, England, to Peter's home in Neverland. "Peter Pan's Flight"
is the best ride set within the Magic Kingdom's Fantasyland area. It has all of
the magic and fun of the Disney animated classic film and shares it with each
and every visitor.
Cinderella's Carousel - This antique
carousel is very beautiful and glimmers with lights viewable through Cinderella
Castle. Named for the poor "Girl of the Ashes," this attraction features
classic Disney music and paintings from the movie of the same name.
Cinderella's Golden Carousel is located in the middle of Fantasyland as soon as
you exit The Castle
Dumbo the Flying Elephant - One of the
classic FantasyLand attractions, Dumbo, The Flying Elephant is a childrens ride
which is generally enjoyed by kids in the 2 to 7 year age group, and as such is
often very popular with a fairly long wait time.
Adventures of Winnie the Pooh -
MUST SEE! -Visit all your friends from the Hundred-Acre Wood
for a "hunny" of an adventure. It's the ride in which you get put in the middle
of Pooh's blustery day. You'll bounce along with Tigger. Float through a floody
place with Piglet. Even enter the mysterious world of Heffalumps and Woozles.
It's a willy nilly silly good time.
It's a small world - MUST
SEE! - Travel and world and share the love of children, joy
and song. This ride has held up nicely over the years and is a must see
if you have little ones. Cool, relaxing and the line moves quickly.
Cinderella's Castle - Heading
out of Liberty Square toward the hub in front of Cinderella's Castle, there's a
bridge over the moat and an easy to miss sign saying that this is a good spot
to take a photo. It's an especially good photo spot around dusk with the
sunset at your back. With the water in the foreground, this might be the
best photo spot of all.
Snow White's Adventure - Ride on one
of the dwarfs' mine cars into Snow White's adventures as the Evil Queen pursues
Snow White into scenes from the animated film. Be there as the Evil Queen
transforms into a grizzled old hag. Get tempted by the poison apple. Beware
Mad Tea Party - Take a whirl on this
wonderfully wacky tea party that is right out of The Mad Hatter and the March
Hare's "Unbirthday" party in Disney's "Alice in Wonderland." This colorful,
musical party ride lets you decide whether to spin wildly or remain gentle. If
spinning is your cup of tea, you'll be dizzy with laughter.
Tom Sawyer's Island - Tom Sawyer Island might be
the most low-tech attraction in any park, but it remains a truly interactive
experience. Tom Sawyer Island demands that you participate in order to enjoy
the attraction. You have to climb the rocks. You have to explore the caves. You
have to imagine. You will enjoy.
Shooting Arcade - Looking for something for junior
to do while everyone goes on Splash Mountain? Well, the arcade is a fun way to
spend some time. The rifles are chained down, and work on infrared signals. As
you aim at a window, a door, a buzzard, a can, a gravestone, and
shoot....whistles go off, trains roll on, noise is made and sometimes a voice
says, "Good shooting, pardner."
Country Bear Jamboree- MUST SEE!
- A fast paced, musical variety show, Country Bear Jamboree is a feast for the
eyes and ears. Kids will howl with laughter and adults will be just as
engaged. You'll be stompin your feet and clappin your hands before it's
Splash Mountain - MUST SEE!
- Welcome to Splash Mountain! You MAY get wet! This ride, based on Disney's
1946 film "Song of the South" takes you through the story of Brer Rabbit and
Brer Bear. The ride boasts 103 audio animatronic figures. The flume-style
ride features one of the tallest and sharpest flume drops in the world. Be
aware, if you are sitting in the front, you WILL get wet!
Big Thunder Mountain - MUST
SEE! - This relatively mild coaster takes you through an
abandoned gold mine in the old west. Try the "goat trick," by keeping your eyes
on the goat as you descend the second hill for as long as you can. How mild is
this coaster? The front cars of the train will bottom out on the third hill
before the middle of the train even crests.
Hall of Presidents - This amazingly
lifelike show presents guests with all 42 American Presidents, from Washington
to Bush, as Audio-Animatronic figures. Beginning this superior attraction is a
film, narrated by poet Maya Angelou, that discusses the importance of the
Constitution of the United States of America. Then the giant screen rises to
reveal all of the American leaders, who are spotlighted and called by name, as
each waves and nods. Mom and Dad will love it, kids won't.
Liberty Belle Riverboat - The Liberty
Belle Riverboat is an impressive stern wheel paddle steamer, reminiscent of the
paddle steamers that used to ply the waters of many of the Southern states.
Despite appearances however, It's not an original paddle steamer, having been
built from scratch in dry dock at Walt Disney World. The steamer takes
the guest on a very pleasant 17 minute ride past forest scenery, animals, and
occasional events on the river banks.
Haunted Mansion - MUST
SEE! -999 happy haunts live in this mansion, but there's
always room for one more....any volunteers? So begins the eeriest and one of
the most frightening Disney rides. Guests board large "doom buggies", a
mixed-up nickname for the Disney Omnimover system, which take them on a tour of
the deteriorated old manor. This ride is more humorous than frightening, so
it's safe for small kids. Even so, there are many surprises and a few scares,
making this one of those rare rides that pleases almost all age groups. Now, if
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Walt Disney World Railroad - On the
Disney World Railroad, guests can take a grand circle tour
of Disney World on one of four authentic steam locomotives. The trains stop at
Main Street U.S.A., Mickey's Toontown and Tomorrowland. Along the
route, guests can see Splash Mountain, an Indian Village, It's A Small World
and several examples of wildlife. The Disney World Railroad was one
of Disneyland's opening day attractions, and has taken millions of guests on
trips around the park.
Main Street Shops - As
the gateway to the Magic Kingdom, Main Street transports you back to the
turn-of-the-century architecture o fNew England and Missouri. At the Four
Corners, each of the building styles represent unique architectures found in
America. From the Exposition Hall to the Barber Shop, from City
Hall to the Emporium, Main Street is lined with a
diversity of shops hosted by cast members dressed for the
period. Get a signature haircut at the barber shop, Disney souvenir at the
Emporium, or sit down to eat at Tony's Town Square Pizza Restaurant.
Mickey & Minnie's Houses-
What better place to visit the "Big Cheese" than his own home? Take a tour of
Mickey's home. Inside you'll find lots of fun items, such as oversized "Toon
looking" furniture, and various bits of Toon humor. You'll also get to visit
Mickey's Movie Barn, which is in Mickey's backyard and view some of his best
cartoons, including Steamboat Willie, and The Band Concert. Continue
"backstage" and you'll get to meet the mouse himself and have the opportunity
for taking pictures. A Cast Member will also take a photo which you have the
option to buy later at the Main Street Photo Shop. This charming walkthrough
attraction will appeal to young children.
Barnstormer at Goofy Farm
- The Barnstormer at Goofy's Wiseacres Farm is the first attraction on the
right as you move into Toon Town. The Barnstormer is a roller coaster
designed like an old fashioned crop dusting airplane. The roller coaster swoops
around curves, rushes through Goofy's barn, and up and down a few hills. It's
very exciting and fast moving. It lasts exactly 1 minute. A roller
coaster for beginning riders! This roller coaster is not extremely curvy,
although the ride is over quickly. It would seem that you are Goofy in a
Indy Speedway - Burn up the track in this
pint-sized version of a raceway. Real gas-powered cars can be driven by anyone
tall enough to reach the pedal. Steer and control the speed of your own racecar
as you "lap" up the excitement of this thrilling speedway. Formerly known
as the Grand Prix Raceway, the Tomorrowland Indy Speedway is the closest anyone
can get to real speedway driving!
Carousel of Progress -
MUST SEE! - Originally created for the 1964-65 World's Fair in
New York, Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress is an interesting
Audio-Animatronic show that demonstrates the improvements in American life due
to electricity. The show is called a carousel because the whole seating area
rotates around a central stage. The whole show is centered on one family and
how electricity changed their lives from 1880 to the near future.
ExtraTERRORestrial Encounter - This ride is
closed. It will be coming back as Lilo and Stitch.
Tomorrowland Transit Authority - Tour
Tomorrowland in style with the Tomorrowland Transit Authority. Located below
Astro Orbiter and above ground level, the attraction known throughout
Tomorrowland simply as "TTA" takes you on a mile long journey throughout
Space Mountain - MUST SEE!
- Naturally, with such a famous attraction comes an infamous waiting line. So
expect to be on your feet awhile before entering the 180-foot-high landmark
dome of Space Mountain. Dubbed "Florida's Third Highest Mountain", Space
Mountain is yet another classic ride that should not be missed.
Roller-coaster-ride enthusiasts will be disappointed to learn that the ride's
top speed doesn't break 30mph, but it feels as if you are traveling at twice
that speed as you negotiate twists and turns almost completely in the dark.
Special effects like strobe lights and streaking comets create a thrilling ride
through the cavernous structure.
Astro Orbiter - Ride a rocket ship, round and
round, while getting a panoramic view of Tomorrowland. This is one of the
more popular rides in the park, with LONG wait times.
Buzz Lightyear Spin - Be a junior Space Ranger
and pilot your Star Cruiser through imaginative, immersive worlds. You are the
pilot as you careen through a comical cosmos! Go on a daring space mission to
save the toy universe from the sinister Emperor Zurg. Spin and fire your
personal laser cannon to score points. Good luck, Space Rangers!