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Fall Under a Spell at Magic Kingdom® Park

Magic Kingdom® Park has been delighting the young and young at heart since 1971 with its fairy-tale attractions. It’s the most visited theme park in the world, averaging 20.4 million visitors a year. Offering everything from adrenaline-surging rides to the chance to meet beloved Walt Disney World® Characters, the park truly deserves its reputation as the most magical place on earth.

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Magic Kingdom® Park is divided into six sections which extend out from Cinderella Castle like spokes on a wheel. They Include:

•    Main Street USA®
•    Adventureland®
•    Fantasyland®
•    Frontierland®
•    Liberty Square®
•    Tomorrowland®

Main Street USA®
Main Street USA® is the first land visitors encounter. An ode to early 20th century small towns, Main Street USA® is filled with restaurants, and stores, and the Town Square Theater, where visitors can meet Mickey Mouse and Tinkerbell. Two different parades happen on Main Street USA® every day, and evening brings the Happily Ever After firework festival.

Best known for the Jungle Cruise® and The Pirates of the Caribbean Ride, Adventureland® is an exciting mix of tropical jungle, desert island, an oasis. The interactive Pirate's Adventure: Treasure of the High Seas gives you a chance to join Captain Jack's pirate crew, and when you need to take a break, head to Aloha Isle for some soft serve pineapple ice cream.

Some of the Magic Kingdom® Park’s most iconic rides can be found at Fantasyland®, including Dumbo the Flying Elephant®, Peter Pan’s Flight®, and It’s a Small World. See the Enchanted Tales with Belle to meet Belle from Beauty and the Beast (and maybe trade boasts with Gaston). Or take the under the Sea~Journey of the Little Mermaid.
Frontierland®, as its name implies, is the Magic Kingdom® Park’s tribute to the Old West. Home to classic attractions such as Splash Mountain® and the Country Bear Jamboree, Frontierland features a shooting arcade, the Mark Twain Riverboat, and Tom Sawyer Island.
Liberty Square®
Created to mimic a colonial American town, Liberty Square® seems a little quieter than the rest of the Magic Kingdom® Park on the surface. There’s plenty to see and do here, however, including The Hall of Presidents and the spooky Haunted Mansion®. Get your picture taken in the pillory and watch the Muppets provide a goofy retelling of American History.

A land with an intergalactic theme, Tomorrowland® is home to the high-speed indoor roller coaster Space Mountain®. It’s here where you will find Stitch, Buzz Lightyear and other members of Disney’s space-going family.


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Planning Your Visit

To make the most out of your Magic Kingdom® Park experience, it helps to plan ahead to make sure you make it to the rides, character encounters, shows, and parades you really want to see.

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Getting to Magic Kingdom® Park

The Magic Kingdom® Park is located southwest of Orlando, just 11 miles away. Contact Magic Kingdom® Park for hours.

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