Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom 

Magic Kingdom opened on October 1, 1971 as the first Walt Disney World theme park. The park includes six lands: Main Street USA, Liberty Square, Adventureland, Frontierland, Fantasyland,  and Tomorrowland.  Each area has rides, entertainment, restaurants, shops, and Disney characters.  Popular rides include Space Mountain, Haunted Mansion, Jungle Cruise, Splash Mountain, Peter Pan's Flight, and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. 

Many of the attractions make use of the new FastPass+ system, where you can make a reservation up to 2 months ahead of time so that you don't have to wait in line.  Magic Kingdom also has fantastic parades and nightly fireworks. To visit everything at Magic Kingdom, plan on spending the whole day at the park.  Arriving by ferryboat, resort buses, or swift monorail trains, guests pass through the turnstiles and under the old-fashioned Main Street Railroad station to six happy lands of yesterday, tomorrow and fantasy.

Cavalcades, Fireworks, Shows, Parades & Tours
  Celebrate America 4th of July Fireworks Show
  Dapper Dans Barbershop Quartet
Dapper Dans Holiday Trolley
  Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade
  Frontierland Hoedown Parade
Frozen Holiday Wish Castle Lighting Show
  Happily Ever After Fireworks Show
  Disney's Keys to the Kingdom Tour
  Magic Kingdom 50th Anniversary Welcome Show
  Magic Kingdom Rainy Day Cavalcade
  Main Street Philharmonic
  Main Street Trolley Show
  Mickey's Boo-To-You Halloween Parade
  Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party
  Mickey's Once Upon a Christmastime Parade
  Mickey's Royal Friendship Faire
  Monsters Inc Dance Party at MNSSHP
Main Street USA - 1900's Small Town America
    2 - Boat Rides to Magic Kingdom
    2 - Front Entrance to Magic Kingdom

  2 - Main Street Vehicles



  1 - City Hall

    1 - Engine Co. 71 Firehouse
    1 - Harmony Barber Shop
    2 - Walt Disney World Railroad
    3 - Town Square Theater
    4 - Casey's Corner
    5 - The Crystal Palace
    6 - The Plaza Restaurant
    7 - Plaza Ice Cream Parlor
    8 - Main Street Bakery Starbucks

  9 - Tony's Town Square Restaurant

    1 - Main Street Chamber of Commerce
    3 - Box Office Gifts
    3 - Curtain Call Collectibles
  10 - Emporium
  11 - Uptown Jewelers
  12 - Main Street Confectionery 
  12 - Main Street Crystal Arts
  12 - Main Street Gallery & Cinema

Adventureland - An exotic land of faraway places

  13 - Swiss Family Treehouse
  14 - The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
  15 - Jungle Cruise
  16 - Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room
  17 - Pirates of the Caribbean
  18 - Club 33 Lounge
  24 - A Pirates Adventure Treasures of the Seven Seas
  18 - Spring Roll Snack Cart
  19 - Sunshine Tree Terrace
  20 - Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen
  21 - Aloha Isle
  22 - Tortuga Tavern
  23 - Agrabah Bazaar
  23 - Island Supply by Sunglass Hut
24 - Plaza del Sol Caribe Bazaar

Frontierland - Old west & the outskirts of civilization

  25 - Walt Disney World Railroad
  25 - Tiana's Bayou Adventure
  26 - Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
  27 - Tom Sawyer Island
  28 - Country Bear Jamboree
  32 - Frontierland Shootin' Arcade
  29 - Golden Oak Outpost
  30 - Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe
  31 - Westward Ho Refreshments
  32 - Frontier Trading Post
  32 - Big Al's

Liberty Square - Rich traditions of U.S. history

  33 - The Hall of Presidents
  34 - Liberty Square Riverboat
  35 - The Haunted Mansion
  36 - Liberty Tree Tavern
  37 - The Diamond Horseshoe
  38 - Columbia Harbour House
  39 - Liberty Square Market
  40 - Sleepy Hollow
  41 - Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe
  42 - Memento Mori

Fantasyland - Disney characters come to life

  43 - Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
  44 - Mickey's PhilharMagic
  45 - Peter Pan's Flight
  46 - "It's a Small World"
  47 - Enchanted Tales with Belle
  48 - Under the Sea - Journey of Little Mermaid
  49 - Meet Ariel in her Grotto
  50 - Pete's Silly Sideshow
  50 - Casey Jr. Splash 'N' Soak Station
  51 - Walt Disney World Railroad
  52 - The Barnstormer
  53 - Dumbo the Flying Elephant
  54 - Mad Tea Party
  55 - Meet Mirabel at Fairytale Garden
  56 - The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
  57 - Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
  58 - Princess Fairytale Hall
  59 - Cinderella Castle
  59 - Cinderella's Royal Table
  60 - Pinocchio Village Haus
  61 - Be Our Guest Restaurant
  62 - Gaston's Tavern
  63 - Prince Eric's Village Market
  64 - Cheshire Cafe
  65 - Storybook Treats
  66 - The Friar's Nook
  58 - Sir Mickey's
  62 - Bonjour Village Gifts
67 - Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
  68 - Fantasy Faire  
  69 - Big Top Souvenirs

Tomorrowland - The future that never was, is here

  70 - Tomorrowland Speedway
71 - TRON Lightcycle / Run 
72 - Space Mountain
  73 - Astro Orbiter
  74 - Tomorrowland Transit Authority People Mover 
  75 - Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress 
  76 - Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin 
  77 - Monster's Inc. Laugh Floor
  82 - Rockettower Plaza Stage 
  78 - Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe
  79 - Auntie Gravity's Galactic Goodies
  80 - Cool Ship
  81 - Energy Bytes
  82 - Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company 
  83 - The Lunching Pad
  84 - Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant
  79 - Merchant of Venus
  82 - Ursa's Major Minor Mart
  85 - Tomorrowland Launch Depot
  86 - Star Traders

Extinct Attractions, Parades & Shows

  Briar Patch
  Celebrate a Dream Come True Parade
  Celebrate the Magic Castle Projection Show
  Castle Couture
  Celebrate the Season Christmas Castle Show
  Cinderella’s Holiday Wish & Castle Dream Lights Show
  Cinderellabration Show
  Dapper Dans Cavalcade
  Disney Enchantment Fireworks Spectacular
  Dream Along with Mickey Show
  Fantasyland Friends Cavalcade
  Frontierland Turkey Leg Wagon
  Goofy Cavalcade
  Goofy's Scrumptious Cavalcade
  Happy HalloWishes Fireworks Show
  Holiday Wishes Nighttime Spectacular
  Incredibles Super Dance Party
  Limited Time Magic - Long Lost Friends Week
  Magic Kingdom Welcome Show
  Main Street Electrical Parade
Main Street Family Fun Parade (We're in it)
  Meet Merida at Fairytale Garden
  Mickey & Friends Cavalcade
  Mickey's Celebration Cavalcade
  Mickey's Holiday Cavalcade
  Move It Shake It Celebrate It Parade
  Move It Shake It Dance and Play It Street Party
  Move It Shake It MousekeDance It Street Party
  Pirates League
  Pooh's Holiday Trolley
  Pooh's Playful Spot
  Prairie Outpost & Supply
  Royal Princess Processional
  Santa's Christmas Cavalcade
  Snow White's Scary Adventures
  Sorcerers of Magic Kingdom
  Spectromagic Parade
  Splash Mountain
  Splashdown Photos
  Stitch's Alien Encounter Character Greeting
  Stitch's Great Escape!
  Summer Nightastic Fireworks Spectacular
  The Chapeau
  Tinker Bell & the Lost Treasure
  Tinker Bell's Magical Nook
  Tomorrowland Light & Power Co.  
  Wishes Nighttime Spectacular
  Woody's Cowboy Camp Parade

Mickey's Toontown Fair - (Extinct)

  Minnie's Country House
  Mickey's Country House
  Toontown Hall of Fame Tent
  Judge's Tent
  Donald's Boat
  Toontown Farmers Market

 Main Street USA  - A visit to the Magic Kingdom begins by walking underneath the Railroad Station & into Town Square, where you'll get a great view of Cinderella Castle at the top of Main Street, USA. You can take a nostalgic trip down Main Street, U.S.A., aboard a horse-drawn streetcar, a fire engine or a horseless carriage. This is America as it was nearly a hundred years ago with its glitzy cinema and Plaza Ice Cream Parlor. At one end of the street is Town Square, with its City Hall and tree-shaded areas for town concerts by the Walt Disney World Band. Take a trip to Town Square Theater to see Magician Mickey Mouse. At the end of Main Street is the 'hub' where you'll find roads leading off to the different 'lands' of the Magic Kingdom. Just beyond the hub is Cinderella Castle, and the gateway to Fantasyland. The lands are (clockwise from left) - Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland,  Tomorrowland.
 Adventureland  - Strolling beneath dense vines and bamboo branches, guests pass the gigantic Swiss Family Treehouse -- re-created from the famous Walt Disney movie -- and make their way to a last-outpost river landing where they board tropical launches for the Jungle Cruise. Curious gorillas, playful Indian elephants in their daily bath and frolicking hippos created in life-like realism by Disney artists make for a total mood of adventure in faraway lands. Nearby, The Enchanted Tiki Birds -- Under New Management is newly transformed. Hollywood featherweights Iago, from Disney's animated feature "Aladdin," and Zazu, from Disney's animated feature "The Lion King," have become the new landlords, creating a witty, upbeat show filled with old and new choreographed musical numbers. And the greatest swashbuckling adventure of all comes in the colorful Caribbean Plaza where visitors explore a battered fort to discover the Pirates of the Caribbean. Aboard buccaneer launches, adventurers travel through mysterious grottos, then plunge down a waterfall and into the midst of a pirate battle for control of a harbor town.
 Frontierland  - Beside the picturesque Rivers of America is the land of frontier America -- the old west with its boardwalks, brass-railed saloon and forest forts. Here, too, is the zaniest troupe of singing bears ever assembled, in the Country Bear Jamboree. It's real old-time music with a foot-stompin' beat. Just across the river is Tom Sawyer Island where Injun Joe's Cave, the Magnetic Mystery Mine and old Fort Sam Clemens await exploration. The Island is reached by log rafts. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad takes guests for a wild ride on a runaway mine train. Young frontiersmen may also try their hand in Frontierland Shooting Gallery where fast-moving targets abound. The tallest peak in the Magic Kingdom, Splash Mountain, features a log-flume ride with one of the world's longest flume drops -- a five-story, 47-degree descent reaching speeds of nearly 40 mph. The attraction plunges guests into the Disney classic, "Song of the South."
 Liberty Square  - The true spirit of America is brought to life in the shadow of a giant oak, known as the Liberty Tree. Within the Hall of Presidents, the most impressive moments in American history are presented in life-like realism with all of the nation's chief executives on a single stage through the three-dimensional magic of the Audio-Animatronics system. Across the way is the sparkling Diamond Horseshoe Saloon Revue, where dance-hall ladies and elegant gents sing and dance.  Nearby on a graveyard hill is the ominous Haunted Mansion with the liveliest collection of ghosts ever assembled for all to see as they travel through the ancient rooms aboard "doom-buggies."  Liberty Square visitors may also board the Liberty Belle, an old-time sternwheel steamboat, for another adventure into America's historical past.
 Fantasyland  - Happiest of all the Disney lands is the one inspired by animated Disney film classics -- Fantasyland. Here, in the courtyard of Cinderella Castle, are the Mad Tea Party, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, and Peter Pan's Flight. In the center of all is a gigantic jewel -- Prince Charming's Regal Carrousel.  Most charming of the adventures is Walt Disney's salute to all the children on earth -- It's a Small World -- where hundreds of doll-like figures sing and dance in their native costumes.  Little princesses can meet their favorite royal friends at the Princess Fairytale Hall.  New Fantasyland brings the Beauty and the Beast area, including an incredible experience - Enchanted Tales with Belle. The extremely popular Be Our Guest restaurant welcomes guests into the Beast's castle for a wonderful dining experience. The lush lagoon setting of Ariel's Grotto offers a chance to meet "The Little Mermaid" character, Ariel, and then take a trip Under the Sea. The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train charms guests through an exciting ride through the stunning mine. The Storybook Circus welcomes guests into the land of circus fun. Children can enjoy rides on the famous Dumbo the Flying Elephant or Goofy's Barnstormer.  Meet your favorite characters, such as Minnie, Daisy, Goofy, and Donald at the Pete's Silly Slideshow.
 Tomorrowland  - Tomorrowland features a glimpse into a city of the future as envisioned by the sci-fi writers and movie-makers of yesteryear. Guests are transported into the land of Monstropolis at the Monster's Inc. Laugh Floor Comedy Club. Take a thrilling ride with Experiment 626 on Stitch's Great Escape. Armed with infrared lasers, guests join forces with Buzz Lightyear to defend Earth's supply of batteries from the evil Emperor Zurg in Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin, a spinning, brought-to-life Tomorrowland spin-off of the hit movie "Toy Story." The shoot-'em-up fun triggers sight and sound gags, while a lighted display inside guests' toy-spaceship vehicles keeps score. High above Rockettower Plaza, guests can board the machine-age rockets of Astro Orbiter and surround themselves with whirling planets as they swing through space. On level two, guests can ride the world's first transportation system utilizing the magnetic-powered linear motor on a sightseeing tour compliments of Tomorrowland Transit Authority. An updated version of the popular Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress gives guests a revitalized performance, complete with a new pre-show. The unique rotating theater provides a fascinating look at how our lives have changed through electricity and new inventions. Action, speed and perpetual motion await as guests "blast off" into the night skies of Space Mountain for a twisting, diving "return-to-earth" aboard miniature space-shuttles. Drivers young and old in individual cars enjoy the Tomorrowland Indy Speedway, matching speeds on a winding rally course.
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