Magic Kingdom Dr
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
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Don't ever count out the classics. Magic Kingdom may be the first of Walt Disney World's theme parks, but it's no less relevant. In fact, with the opening of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train ride, its New Fantasyland expansion is complete and ready for exploration. And of course, Cinderella's castle still beckons, the groundbreaking indoor thrills of Space Mountain remain a solid coaster experience, It's A Small World still delights children and the parents and grandparents who remember their first visit decades ago, musical ear worm notwithstanding. Fireworks light up the sky nightly and as always, everyone's favorite characters, from Donald and Goofy to princesses past and present, are on-hand for photo-ops and magically memorable moments.
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Best Because: They don't call it the Magic Kingdom for nothing. It rolls Disney classics and state-of-the-art rides into one enchanting attraction.
Best Because: Magic Kingdom is the Orlando classic. And with the additions in New Fantasyland, a new era is being ushered in.
10BEST USERS SAY...
"Go early for better parking and to get better fast passes. Put reservations in for restaurants for dinner/lunch. Don't go on holidays especially the 4th of July. I would recommend putting fast passes in to take pictures with the Disney princesses bc wait is at least an hr or so. Take LOTS of pics!"
Reviews and Ratings
WHAT I Liked:
Loved the Disney's characters and princesses! Friendly and cute. The castle was beautiful and rides like splash mountain and space mountain were fun. Others were a little kiddy, but enjoyable. The parades were fun to watch, this place is great for pictures!WHAT I Disliked:
First and for most, whatever you do, DO NOT visit this place near July 4th. There was so many people, I was scared for my kids safety. We were literally touching people walking anywhere. No space to even breathe. The lines were at least an hr wait, the hot sun was unbearable and due to the park being so packed, getting into an air condition building was very difficult. Some of the staff members were insultingly rude. My kids would run up to one of the disney characters and the staffs would yell for us to "control" our children, yelling for them to back up. I was shocked. Not all staff members were like this but most were.