Magic Kingdom Orlando
The world's most popular theme park!
When it comes to the world's best theme parks, there's one that stands out among all the rest – Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park. Year in and year out, Magic Kingdom remains the crown jewel of Disney World's four major parks.
From the moment you walk through the front gates at Magic Kingdom Park and see Cinderella's Castle glistening at the end of Main Street U.S.A., you know you're in for a special adventure. The street is filled with energy and excitement while the sights, sounds and even the aromas of popcorn and baked goodies are enticing. Instantly, you're surrounded by a sensory overload of tantalizing shops and eateries, balloon vendors, Disney characters and more.
From Space Mountain and Splash Mountain to a ghostly mansion and an exotic jungle river, visitors to Disney's Magic Kingdom can seek out exquisite adventures and create magical memories. From beautiful princesses and pirates to parades and favorite characters like Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh, there’s something to match every child’s dream.
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Explore 6 uniquely themed areas at Magic Kingdom Park
Magic KingdomMagic Kingdom is designed like a wheel, with the iconic Cinderella Castle acting as the hub. Explore Magic Kingdom attractions in these fun-filled lands
Main Street U.S.A.Represents an early 20th century small town in America, inspired by Walt Disney's childhood. Lines with shops, a working barber shop, restaurants, Main Street Confectionery, horse drawn streetcars and more.
FrontierlandRepresents the American Old West, from cowboys and native Americans to the Rivers of America. Key attractions at this Magic Kingdom land include Big Thunder Mountain Railroad roller coaster, Splash Mountain and Country Bear Jamboree.
Liberty SquareRepresents an American revolutionary colonial town. Key attractions at this Magic Kingdom land include Liberty Belle Riverboat, Haunted Mansion, and the Hall of Presidents.
AdventurelandRepresents the exploration of foreign lands with themes that resemble the jungles of Africa, the Middle East, South America and the South Pacific. Key attractions at this Magic Kingdom land include: Pirates of the Caribbean, Jungle Cruise, Enchanted Tiki Room, Swiss Family Treehouse and Magic Carpets of Aladdin.
TomorrowlandRepresents the future in an intergalactic city and features rockets, UFOs and robots. Key attractions at this Magic Kingdom land include Space Mountain, Carousel of Progress, Astro Orbiter, Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover, Tomorrowland Speedway, Stitch's Great Escape, Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin and Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor.
FantasylandRepresents a medieval faire and is dedicated to those who believe dreams come true when you wish upon a star. Key attractions at this popular Magic Kingdom land include It's a Small World, Peter Pan's Flight, Mickey's PhilharMagic, Prince Charming's Regal Carousel, Mad Tea Party, Enchanted Tales with Belle, Ariel's Grotto, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Be Our Guest restaurant, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, The Barnstormer, Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Gaston's Castle, Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid, plus attractions with themes tied to Beauty and the Beast and Tangled.
Magic Kingdom Park Details
Address: 1180 Seven Seas Dr, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Park Hours: Park hours can vary based on time of year, holidays and other special extra ticket events such as Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party and Mickey's No-So-Scary Halloween Party. You can also extend your time in the Kingdom with Extra Magic Hours.
Parking: Parking is $20 per car per day. Once you park at the main lot, a tram will take you from your car to the transportation center. From the transportation center you can take the iconic monorail to the Magic Kingdom gates or you can take a relaxing ferry boat ride across Seven Seas Lagoon.
Transportation: You can ride for free throughout Walt Disney World Resort, with available transportation including buses, the iconic monorail and water taxi ferry boats. These options start about 45 minutes before the parks open and conclude an hour after the parks close. The monorail stops at Magic Kingdom, Contemporary Resort, Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Polynesian Village Resort, Polynesian Villas & Bungalows and the Transportation & Ticket Center.
Frequently Asked Questions
Magic Kingdom’s “Happily Ever After” fireworks extravaganza is a nightly spectacular best viewed near Cinderella Castle. Times for this 18-minute show can vary by night, season or holiday, depending on that day's park hours and closing time.
Magic Kingdom first opened its magical gates on October 1, 1971 – the first of Disney’s World four theme parks. Construction on Magic Kingdom began in 1967. The first of Disney's hotels and resorts were also opened at that time, including Disney's Contemporary Resort and Disney's Polynesian Village Resort.
Tickets to Magic Kingdom vary in price due to a variety of factors such as time of the year, how many days you want to visit the park, and additional options such as Park Hoppers and no expiration, etc.
Magic Kingdom offers a long and varied list of dining options ranging from snacks and quick service to full service restaurants. Dining locations include: Aloha Isle, Be Our Guest Restaurant, Casey’s Corner, Cheshire Café, Cinderella’s Royal Table, Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café, Crystal Palace, Gaston’s Tavern, Liberty Tree Tavern, Main Street Bakery, Plaza Ice Cream Parlor, Tomorrowland Terrace, and many others.
Walt Disney World Resort encompasses 40 square miles though only 35% of its 27,000 acres has been developed. Magic Kingdom takes up 107 acres with an additional 125 acres dedicated to parking. In contrast, Epcot is 300 acres and Disney’s Animal Kingdom in 80 acres.
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