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Magic Kingdom Rides

Magic Kingdom Rides and Attractions abound!  Magic Kingdom has the most amount of rides and attractions in the Disney World Parks.  I am going to give a brief overview of the rides based on the “land” that it is in.

ADVENTURELAND is the first land to your left when you enter the park.  TIP-DO not get trapped in here while the parade is going on as you will not be able to cross out of Adventureland once the parade starts at 3 PM for safety reasons. All the rides here are for all ages.  This includes The Swiss Family Robinson Tree House, Jungle Cruise, The Magic Carpets of Aladdin and Pirates of the Caribbean.  You can also enjoy the Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room for the show.

Continuing clockwise we next enter FRONTIERLAND.  This land has only 2 rides-Splash Mountain And Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.  Both rides have a minimum height requirement of 40″.  You may get wet on Splash Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain is a big jarring. Don’t forget about the Country Bear Jamboree Show.  If your children are looking for a bit of adventure then check out Tom Sawyer Island via the ferry boat.

Next we head into Liberty Square for the Haunted Mansion.  This is also the home of The Hall of Presidents Show.  Looking for a ride on the Liberty Belle Riverboat then climb aboard!

Off to FantasyLand next.  This area has the most rides than any other land.Only two of the rides have height requirements-The Barnstormer 35″ and The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train with 38″(this is the BUSIEST ride in park.  Here is the list and all are good for all ages of kids: Prince Charming Carousel, Mickey’s Philharmagic (3D Show), Peter Pan’s Flight (VERY popular ride), It’s a small world, Enchanted Tales With Belle (Show with Belle for younger kids), Under The Sea-Journey of the Little Mermaid, Meet and Greet with Ariel, Pete’s Silly Side show for meet and greets with Donald, Goofy, Daisy and Minnie, Casey Jr. Splash Zone (bring extra clothes) Dumbo the flying elephant, Mad Tea Party (lots of spinning), Meet Merida, and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. This is why your Disney planning is so important.

The final land is Tomorrowland.  Here you have the infamous Space Mountain (height requirement 44″), Tomorrowland Speedway (min. height to ride alone 54″, to ride with someone is 32″), Astro Orbiter (don’t be fooled by a short line as you have to go up on an elevator to the ride), Tomorrow Transit Authority People Mover for all ages, Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress Show, Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin,and  the Monster’s Inc. Laugh Floor Show.

That is why it is often important to spend 2 days at Magic Kingdom to accomplish the most. My Services include setting up a daily itinerary for you.

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