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The first of the 4 theme parks to open at Walt Disney World Resort, Magic Kingdom park captures the enchantment of fairy tales with exciting entertainment, classic attractions, beloved Disney Characters and so much more.
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I now go to amusement parks for a different type of enjoyment. And that is too see the smiles and laughter of my kids when they see Cinderella's castle or the merry-go-round for the very first time.
The parades and shows were great and a...More
If deciding what to do or see at WDW, the Magic Kingdom is a must do. It is the heart of the Disney Empire and culmination of all things Disney. After visiting Disney parks since 1960, I suggest on a busy day, one immediately heads...More
Do not bother going to DW if you do not intend to visit the Magic Kingdom (at least on your first visit). I've been to Disney at ages 5, 9, 12, 16, 26, and 29 (and heading back there next month--still 29) We've never skipped...More
Watch for the fast pass locations and use them when available. They really work. For other attractions, expect a wait, because you will most likely give up at least 30 mins. Food costs will run you at least $10 per person.
The park infrastructure cannot handle crowds like they had Tuesday March 13. There should be a capacity limit beyond the number of rubes with the ability to pay. I visited all 4 parks over the course of one day. Each park really has only has...More
I and my boyfriend are going for 2 weeks in September we have been 10+times and love it. You can book fast passes 60 days in advance as the other answer says, however, it does depend on who you've booked with and such. As... More
I and my boyfriend are going for 2 weeks in September we have been 10+times and love it. You can book fast passes 60 days in advance as the other answer says, however, it does depend on who you've booked with and such. As far as which rides are more popular/best to book fast pass for if you can in advance: Big Thunder Mountain, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Space Mountain, It's a small world, Buzz Lightyear's space ranger spin, Jungle Cruise, Haunted Mansion, Splash Mountain and Pirates of the Caribbean. I would suggest booking any of these in advance as they are popular in my opinion. You can also check on the day you are there try refreshing the app and sometimes more times come up for you to book when you're there. Hope this helps have a great time.