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Magic Kingdom

The Magic Kingdom is seperated into six distinct areas; Adventure Land, Frontier Land, Tomorrow Land, Liberty Square, Mickey's Toon Town, and Fantasy Land. Then of course there is Main Street, U.S.A. that is fashioned after Walt Disney's home town.

Click for a map of the Magic Kingdom

Enjoy the tranquil surroundings while you take the ferry from Disney's transportation and ticketing center across the lake to the Magic Kingdom. You may even be joined by some seagulls.



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Adventure Land:

o   Climb the Swiss Family Robinson tree house, ride Aladdin’s Magic Carpets, and go on the Famous Jungle Cruise.

o   Pirates of the Caribbean has been updated to include Jack Sparrow! It’s a must for all pirates and pirate princesses.

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o   Eat at the Tiki Room, or have a frozen treat nearby.

Frontierland:

o   Splash Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain are great rides. The train that circles the park stops here.

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o   Tom Sawyer Island gives kids of all ages the opportunity to escape to a time long gone. You can even take a shot at the bad guys from the towers in Tom’s fort.

o   Country Bear Jamboree is a show for all ages.

Liberty Square:

o   Cool off and absorb some of our history in the Hall of Presidents.

o   Check out the Haunted Mansion, but watch out for the ghosts!

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Fantasyland:

o   Let your inner child explore……

o   A Fastpass to Pooh is a good idea.

o   The Carousel rarely has a long line and moves pretty quickly.

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o   Small World is a must see.

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o   Snow White’s Scary Adventure is pretty scary so please be mindful of how the kids might interpret what they see. Disney has just announced the closing of Snow White's Scary Adventure on June 1, 2012. They plan to make way for shops, restaurants, and an indoor roller coaster.

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o   Mickey’s Philharmagic is a must for all 3D enthusiasts.

o   Pooh’s Playful Spot is a good place for the kids to burn off some excess energy. Sadly, in the summer, shade is at a premium.

Mickey’s Toontown Fair:

o   The train stops here too!

o   The Barnstormer is a great little roller coaster for the younger kids to enjoy.

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Tomorrowland:

Experience the People Mover at Disney's Magic Kingdom, in the Tomorrow Land section.


o   Space Mountain has been refurbished and is no longer the jerky ride it used to be. Check it out mom and dad. The ride is smooth and as exciting as it’s always been.

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o   Speedway offers kids the opportunity to drive a race car along a track that will keep them in the road!

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o   Tomorrowland Transit Authority offers the opportunity to ride on an elevated car over this section of the park, and you even get to ride through the interior of Space Mountain!

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o   The Carousel of Progress offers the opportunity to escape the elements and learn about Disney’s perception of progress.

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o   Buzz Lightyear gives everyone the opportunity to shoot their mark!

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o   If you want to dine in Cinderella’s Castle please make sure you have a reservation! This is a very popular treat for the whole family.


 


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