Magic Kingdom Theme Park
Use this handy guide to plan your visit to the Magic Kingdom Theme Park.
When you mention Walt Disney World - the first thing that comes to mind is the towering spires of Cinderella's Castle. This park is the original and is not to be missed.
If you are a guest at one of the Disney Resorts then getting here is easy. The monorail will bring you directly in if you are staying at
- the Contemporary Resort
- the Polynesian, or
- the Grand Floridian
If you are staying at any of the other resorts then the Disney buses will be your mode of transport. Guests at the Wilderness Lodge or Campground will also have the option of taking a boat.
Those that are staying off property or that choose to drive in will have to park at the TTC and take the monorail or ferry from there.
The ability to bypass the crowds at the TTC is yet another perk of being a Disney resort guest.
Once you have cleared the entrance gates at WDW - you will find yourself on Main Street. This is kind of a hub that leads to five of the six major areas in the Magic Kingdom Theme Park. These lands (or areas) are:
- Liberty Square
- Tomorrowland and
- Mickey's Toontown Fair (not accessible from Main Street)
Each one of these lands houses some legendary attractions. Because the park is so spread out, careful planning before you arrive is really the key to making the most of your vacation.
Attractions, Parades, and Eats
Learn more about the "must see" Disney rides here.
Learn more about the Disney Parades here.
Find out about the different restaurants and choices in Walt Disney World Dining here.
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