Heading to Magic Kingdom and need to know what to do, see and eat? This Magic Kingdom Checklist covers the list of Magic Kingdom Attractions, Magic Kingdom Restaurants, Shows at Magic Kingdom, Parades, Shops and even the best Magic Kingdom Snacks. Plus, we’ll cover everything here from Where to Park at Magic Kingdom, to the Best Day to Visit Magic Kingdom. This List of Things to do at Magic Kingdom will help you plan your vacation, make impromptu choices and take care knowing you’re not missing the most important things. Let’s dive in!
- 1 All About Magic Kingdom Park at Disney World
- 2 Magic Kingdom Park Tickets
- 3 Magic Kingdom Hours
- 4 What is the Best Day to Visit Magic Kingdom?
- 5 Magic Kingdom Parking and Transportation
- 6 Things to Do at Magic Kingdom
- 7 Magic Kingdom Rides & Attractions
- 8 Magic Kingdom Characters
- 9 Magic Kingdom Restaurants
- 10 Magic Kingdom Itinerary
- 11 Magic Kingdom Sections Guide
- 12 Main Street U.S.A
- 13 Adventureland
- 14 Frontierland
- 15 Liberty Square
- 16 Fantasyland
- 17 Tomorrowland
- 18 Magic Kingdom Shows
- 19 Magic Kingdom Parades
- 20 Printable Magic Kingdom Checklist
- 21 Magic Kingdom Club 33
- 22 Magic Kingdom Annual Parties
- 23 Hidden Mickeys at Magic Kingdom
- 24 Best Snacks at Magic Kingdom
- 25 Hotels and Resorts Near Magic Kingdom
- 26 Magic Kingdom Disney World Map
- 27 Magic Kingdom Park Details
All About Magic Kingdom Park at Disney World
Magic Kingdom is by far the most well-known park at Walt Disney World. And maybe the world. It’s got Cinderella’s Castle, the Pirates of the Caribbean Ride, and Walt’s personal creation for the 1964 World’s Fair, the Carousel of Progress. Add in the Festival of Fantasy parade, more than 20 rides, and you’ll probably be wondering what you should when you visit? With the most rides of any Disney park, there’s so much to do! How ever will you choose? Whether you’re cramming this park into one day or a week, here are all the things you need to know before you go. Including the things to do, see and eat at Magic Kingdom.
Magic Kingdom Park Tickets
To get started lets talk Magic Kingdom Park Tickets. While Disney World tickets are not specific to each of the four theme parks, you simply need buy a WDW ticket and it will get you into any of the four theme parks: EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom or Magic Kingdom. In fact, if you’re hoping to try for two or more parks in one day, you simply need add the Park Hopper Ticket to your purchase, and voila! Purchase a Magic Kingdom Park Ticket or Disney Vacation Package to get your Disney Vacation plans started.
Disney Genie+ and Lightning Lane Ticket Add Ons
While the planning portion of Disney Genie+ is free to use within the My Disney Experience App, the ride reservation system is separate. Billed per person, per day, you have two choices when purchases this add-on to your Magic Kingdom ticket.
Purchasing Genie+ Plus allows you the option to select 2 rides for which you can skip the line, aka wait in the Lightning Lane instead of the regular line. The Lightning Lane line typically moves faster, and since you select the times you plan on returning to the ride in Genie+ Plus, helps you maximize your Disney Park Time. When you use Genie+ strategically, you select ride times in the early part of the day first, so that you can add additional rides to your account throughout the day, once those initial rides are completed. This is called “stacking” rides and can often get you onto more rides throughout the day.
Individual Lightning Lane on the other hand, while named the same as the ride line, is a for purchase individual ride option, also accessible in the app. This is specific to only certain popular rides. In Magic Kingdom the Individual Lightning Lane Options are for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and TRON Lightcycle Run.
Magic Kingdom Hours
Magic Kingdom Hours are typically 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM, and sometimes 11:00 PM. This doesn’t include Early Entry or Extended Evening Hours. As a result be sure to check out the Up to Date Hours and Event Schedules on the Disney 5 Day Calendar. Or on the My Disney Experience App, which you should have downloaded on your phone prior to your vacation.
- Early Entry Hours ( when offered):8:30 AM to 9:00 AM
- Magic Kingdom Daytime Hours: 9:00 AM to 11:00 PM
- Extended Evening Hours ( when offered):11:00 PM to 1:00 AM
Early Morning Entry and Extended Evening Hours
Early Entry Hours are available to Disney Resort Guests and allows guests to enter the park 30 minutes prior to park opening. To make the most of your extra time, we recommend arriving at the park gates, at least 30 minutes before your Early Theme Park Entry time. While some of the Magic Kingdom Park sections may not be open, it still gets you close to the action to get into lines early, or just enjoy the park.
Extended Evening Hours
Available to Disney Deluxe Resort Guests, the Extended Evening Hours allow you to stay an hour or two after the park closes. This is also a huge perk for guests interested in riding TRON, which requires a virtual queue boarding pass. If you’re staying at a Disney Deluxe Resort, you get the option, to join the 6:00 PM Virtual Queue for TRON which allows you the chance to ride the ride. Be sure to the check out the details of getting a Virtual Queue Boarding Pass for TRON, which you can access in the My Disney Experience App.
What is the Best Day to Visit Magic Kingdom?
The best days to visit Magic Kingdom are Tuesday or Thursday for lower crowd levels. Saturdays and Mondays are completely off-limits. Unless you are an avid Disney goer or used to the crowd levels you see at Christmastime, don’t even bother to try on Saturdays. As you may guess you’ll be battling for the rides, reservations, and sidewalk space with Floridians who go every weekend. Check out our complete guide on the best days to visit Walt Disney World.
What is the Busiest Day at Magic Kingdom?
The busiest day at Magic Kingdom is Sunday. With Saturday, Friday, and Monday following close behind. The crowd levels on these days are due to the heavy influx of local Disney Annual Passholders, combined with both incoming and outgoing family vacationers to the parks.
- Sunday is the busiest day at every Walt Disney World Park.
- Saturday the second busiest.
- Monday the third busiest.
- Friday the fourth busiest.
How Many Days Do you Need at Magic Kingdom?
Magic Kingdom is a 2-Day Park. With over 20 rides, multiple shows, the Festival of Fantasy parade, Happily Ever After Fireworks Show, and performances like the Dapper Dans, and the Trolley Dancers, you will need at least 2 days at Magic Kingdom to fit it all in. And even then, you may still not get to everything. While you can definitely fit Magic Kingdom into One Day, you won’t get to ride everything, and most likely not see the range of shows, parade, and fireworks offered.
Magic Kingdom Capacity
As Disney World’s Smallest Park, Magic Kingdom generally feels crowded. As such Magic Kingdom Capacity Levels are monitored closely to improve Guest Experience. Magic Kingdom can hold between 85,000- 100,000 people a day, but typically sees 60,000 visitors per day. Check out our Disney World Maximum Capacity Post for details on each park.
Places at Magic Kingdom to Take Breaks
Since Magic Kingdom days are typically long days, so that you can experience as much as possible, we always recommend taking breaks when you can. Whether you’re looking for a place inside Magic Kingdom to take a break, or heading just outside the park to a Monorail Resort, there are plenty of places to relax. We recommend building in break time during your Disney trip during the hottest and busiest part of the day, between 12-4 PM.
Magic Kingdom Parking and Transportation
By far one of the most confusing parts of Magic Kingdom is the parking. Unlike the other parks, Magic Kingdom does not have it’s own parking lot just outside the gates. Instead Magic Kingdom’s parking lot is located at the TTC ( Ticket and Transportation Center). The address to the TTC is 1180 Seven Seas Drive, Orlando, FL 32836. If you type Magic Kingdom into your GPS, you will show up at the front gates, where you are not allowed to park, and where only Disney buses are allowed.
From the TTC: If driving and parking there is a ginormous lot at the TTC that is separated into Hero’s and Villains sections. Keep track of where you park your car folks. Take a picture of the nearest lamp post/sign…anything that will help you find the car at midnight. From here you can catch the parking lot tram to the TTC monorail station and TTC Ferry Boat Dock. Magic Kingdom is one of the stops on the monorail line. Of course, you can also catch the boat from the TTC if you’re looking for an easy lazy boat ride instead of the super-fast monorail.
From the Monorail: Hop on at any stop on the monorail. Make sure you go on the Magic Kingdom Monorail and not the Epcot Monorail. Magic Kingdom is accessible right from the monorail so please stand clear of the doors. Por favor, mantangase alejado de los puertas.
From the Boat: There is a boat that goes to and from Magic Kingdom that is accessible from Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. You can also catch the large ferry from the TTC.
By Disney Bus: The Disney bus can pick you up from your Disney Resort and bring you to the Magic Kingdom Bus Depot.
Things to Do at Magic Kingdom
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Magic Kingdom Rides & Attractions
Magic Kingdom has the most rides and attractions of all the Disney Parks. As such, if you’re hoping to ride many of them, it’s important to have a Disney Ride Strategy. Be sure to save the busiest rides for morning or evening magic hours. Don’t waste a Genie+ Lightning Lane at these times, unless it’s for a popular ride, as fewer people in the parks mean a much shorter wait at rides. However, you’ll want to plan our your Magic Kingdom day to get in the things you care about most. Check out the Best Rides at Disney World, for a rundown of favorites to build in to your Magic Kingdom Must Do Days.
- Enchanted Tiki Room
- Jungle Cruise
- The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
- Pirates of the Caribbean
- Swiss Family Treehouse
- The Barnstormer
- Casey Jr. Splash and Soak
- Dumbo the Flying Elephant
- Enchanted Tales with Belle
- “it’s a small world”
- Mad Tea Party
- Mickey’s PhilharMagic
- The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
- Peter Pan’s Flight
- Prince Charming’s Regal Carrousel
- Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
- Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid
- Big Thunder Mountain
- Country Bear Jamboree
- Tom Sawyer Island
- Tiana’s Bayou Adventure
- The Hall of Presidents
- Haunted Mansion
- Liberty Square Riverboat
- Astro Orbiter
- Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
- Carousel of Progress
- Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor
- Space Mountain
- Tomorrowland Speedway
- Tomorrowland Transit Authority
- TRON Lightcycle Power Run Rollercoaster
Magic Kingdom Characters
Disney characters at Magic Kingdom have set times for meet and greets throughout the day at certain locations. However, you can also see Disney characters at Disney Character Dining Restaurants and sometimes strolling around the park. Check out all the places you can find Characters at Disney World.
Main Street USA
- Meet Mickey at Town Square Theater
- See Winnie the Pooh and Friends at Crystal Palace Restaurant
- See the Disney Princesses at Cinderella’s Royal Table
- Meet Characters from Aladdin
- See Captain Jack Sparrow and Red strolling around Adventureland ( intermittently)
- Meet Alice, White Rabbit and Mad Hatter Alice in Wonderland
- Meet Belle at Enchanted Tales with Belle
- Meet Ariel at Her Grotto
- Meet Cinderella and a Visiting Princess at Princess Fairytale Hall
- Meet Daring Disney Pals as Circus Stars at Pete’s Silly Sideshow
- Meet Mirabel at Fairytale Garden
- Meet Princess Tiana and a Visiting Princess at Princess Fairytale Hall
- Meet Winnie the Pooh and Tigger at the Thotful Spot
- See The Beast at Dinner at Be Our Guest Restaurant
- See the Country Bears strolling around Frontierland ( intermittently)
- See Stitch at the Tomorrowland Stage ( intermittently)
- See The Incredibles at Tomorrowland Stage ( intermittently)
Magic Kingdom Restaurants
From character breakfasts to exotic dining, Magic Kingdom has a gamut of foodie options. When hunting down the Best Magic Kingdom Restaurants there is no shortage of amazing food to be had! Read the Reviews: Magic Kingdom Restaurants.
Quick Service Restaurants in Magic Kingdom
Of all the parks, Magic Kingdom tends to serve the most “theme park quality” food. Consisting of hamburgers, corn dogs, pizza, and tacos, it’s tough to find really great here. As such be sure to check out our Best Quick Service Restaurants in Magic Kingdom so you only pick the good places to grab a bit.
- Aunt Polly’s (Seasonally) on Tom Sawyers Island
- Casey’s Corner on Main Street USA
- Columbia Harbour House in Liberty Square
- Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe in Tomorrowland
- Friar’s Nook in Fantasyland
- Gaston’s Tavern in Fantasyland
- Golden Oak Outpost in Frontierland
- The Lunching Pad in Tomorrowland
- Main Street Bakery on Main Street USA
- Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe in Frontierland
- Pinocchio Village Haus in Fantasyland
- Sleepy Hollow in Liberty Square
- Tomorrowland Terrace (Seasonally) in Tomorrowland
- Tortuga Tavern in Adventureland
Table Service Restaurants in Magic Kingdom
Our favorite place to eat at Magic Kingdom is Liberty Tree Tavern. And while we love a Thanksgiving inspired meal as much as the rest of them, it just goes to show the limited options for Table Service Restaurants in Magic Kingdom. A runner up option here would be Tony’s Town Square Restaurant, where you can at least count on a phenomenal pizza, among it’s many menu changes. Other places in Magic Kingdom are overpriced, and with lackluster food quality. Be Our Guest has a limited menu and Cinderella’s Royal Table is overpriced. A shining star here, may be the Breakfast at Crystal Palace with Pooh and Friends, but again, it’s difficult to mess up eggs and Mickey waffles. If you’re looking for an excellent sit down restaurants at Magic Kingdom, we’re recommend leaving the park and heading to a Monorail Resort instead.
- Be Our Guest Restaurant
- Cinderella’s Royal Table
- The Crystal Palace
- The Diamond Horseshoe
- Jungle Navigation Co., Ltd. Skipper Canteen
- Liberty Tree Tavern
- The Plaza Restaurant
- Tony’s Town Square
Magic Kingdom Itinerary
The best plan for Magic Kingdom spans across 2 days and includes a variety of activities, across the day and evening hours. We’ve shared the Magic Kingdom Must Dos in our Top 10 Things at Magic Kingdom Post and it’s a great place to start when considering what to add to your theme park days. Check out our guide on Planning a Day at Disney to get a handle on tips and recommendations.
Day 1 at Magic Kingdom
Arrive early for the Let the Magic Begin show, and make time for Mickey’s Friendship Faire at Cinderella’s Castle. Do Rides in Adventureland, Frontierland, and Liberty Square. Ride Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. Play the Hidden Pascal’s Game, and eat at Crystal Palace or Jungle Cruise Skipper Canteen. And be sure to grab a Dole Whip.
Day 2 at Magic Kingdom
For your second day in Magic Kingdom you can arrive a little later and plan to stay late. See the Trolley dancers, Dapper Dans and the Festival of Fantasy Parade. Do Rides in Fantasyland and Tomorrowland. Eat at Liberty Tree Tavern, or The Plaza Restaurant. Grab a Cheshire Tail Snack and See Disney characters. Stay late for the Happily Ever After Fireworks Show.
Magic Kingdom Sections Guide
This section of the post includes a break down of what you can find in each Magic Kingdom section of the park. We’ve separated it into rides, attractions, games, and shows. Restaurants are marked as follows. ( TS)= Table Service, Reservation Recommended (QS) = Quick Service, Walk-Up Counter. (S) = Snack. Check out the Magic Kingdom Park Map for details on where to find each section within the park.
Main Street U.S.A
The main street leading to Disney Castle is where all those castle pictures get taken, you’ll grab your Starbucks if needed, and those souvenirs at the gift shop on the way out. This is also the area of the park housing Town Hall, which you can visit if you have any issues with anything that needs customer service help.
▢ Hidden Mickeys
Character Meet and Greet
▢ Mickey Mouse at Town Square Theater
▢ The Emporium
To the left of Cinderella’s Castle are Adventureland and Frontierland.
▢ Pirates of the Caribbean
▢ Jungle Cruise
▢ Swiss Family Robinson Tree House
▢ The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
▢ Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room
▢ Aloha Isle (S)
▢ Jungle Skipper Canteen (TS)
▢ Sunshine Tree Terrace (S)
▢ Tortuga Tavern (QS)
Character Meet and Greet
▢ Captain Jack Sparrow and Red
▢ Aladdin & Jasmine
▢ Tiana’s Bayou Adventure
▢ Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
▢ Country Bear Jamboree
▢ Tom Sawyer Island
▢ Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café (QS)
▢ Golden Oak Outpost (S)
▢ Westward Ho (QS)
▢ Haunted Mansion
▢ Liberty Square Riverboat
▢ Hall of Presidents
▢ Liberty Tree Tavern (TS)
▢ Sleepy Hollow (S)
▢ Liberty Square Market (S)
▢ Columbia Harbour House (QS)
▢ The Diamond Horseshoe (TS)
Character Meet and Greet
▢ Tiana and Prince Naveen/ The Princess and the Frog
▢ Cinderella Castle
▢ It’s a Small World
▢ Peter Pan’s Flight
▢ Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
▢ Mickey’s Philharmagic
▢ Under the Sea Journey of The Little Mermaid
▢ Enchanted Tales with Belle
▢ The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
▢ Seven Dwarf’s Mine Train
▢ Dumbo Flying Elephants
▢ Mad Tea Party
▢ Barn Stormer
▢ Casey Jr. Splash and Soak
▢ Be Our Guest Restaurant ( TS)
▢ Gaston’s Tavern (S)
▢ Cheshire’s Cafe (S)
▢ Cinderella’s Royal Table (TS)
▢ Friar’s Nook (S)
▢ Pinocchio Village Haus (S)
▢ Prince Eric’s Village Market(S)
▢ Storybook Treats (S)
▢ Hidden Pascals at the Rapunzel Area
▢ Big Top Souvenirs: Caramel Apples, Goofy Glaciers
Character Meet and Greet
▢ Alice, White Rabbit and Mad Hatter/ Alice in Wonderland
▢ Ariel in Ariel’s Grotto/ The Little Mermaid
Purple Wall: This is the Instagram wall leading to Tomorrowland Terrace from the main entryway.
▢ Space Mountain
▢ Transit Authority People Mover
▢ Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
▢ Astro Orbiter
▢ Carousel of Progress
▢ Tomorrowland Speedway
▢ Lunching Pad (S)| Nachos and Mickey Pretzels
▢ Auntie Gravity’s (S)| Smoothie
▢ Cool Ship (S)
▢ Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe (QS)
▢ Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant (QS)
Magic Kingdom Shows
▢ Let the Magic Begin Opening Ceremony at Magic Kingdom at 7:55 AM
▢ Main Street Trolley Show
▢ Mickey’s Magical Friendship Faire
▢ Happily Ever After Fireworks Show
▢ A Kiss Goodnight
There are many shows and impromptu experiences at Disney Parks that make it worth stopping. If you’re arriving early, then the Let The Magic Begin Opening Ceremony at Magic Kingdom Park is one to see. This show begins at 7:55 am on the Cinderella Castle Stage and is the first time you’ll see Mickey, Minnie and Friends as they welcome you to the park.
Magic Kingdom Parades
▢ Festival of Fantasy Parade at 3 PM
The main parade at Magic Kingdom is the Festival of Fantasy Parade. This float filled spectacular, features music, dancing, and a fire breathing dragon in the form of Maleficent. Starting in Frontierland, the parade route wraps through Liberty Square and around Main Street USA. As the most popular parade at Disney World, this one features favorite Disney Princesses and characters from popular films. Plus, Mickey and Minnie close out the parade on their hot air balloon float.
Printable Magic Kingdom Checklist
If you’re hoping to keep tabs on everything you can do in the park, you can get the Magic Kingdom Checklist PDF to save to your iPhone as an iBook, or file. Click the image to get the full PDF of Magic Kingdom Rides and Restaurants.
Magic Kingdom Club 33
If you’re a Disney Club 33 Member or just looking for the secret entrance to the Magic Kingdom Club 33 Restaurant you can find it hidden in plain sight. Just to the right of the Adventureland sign is a multicolored building tucked into the jungle trees. This location features a telling Club 33 button and scan pad at the door facing the midway.
Magic Kingdom Annual Parties
Magic Kingdom has two parties that happen annually, and seasonally at Halloween and Christmas. As such the months from August through December every year are littered with Magic Kingdom Party nights that cause the park hours to shorten to accommodate evening parties. These parties are offered through the purchase of a special ticket and offers special shows, events, meet and greets, snacks and more.
Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party | August- October
This Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom is one of the best. Featuring the Boo to You Parade, the Sanderson sisters in their Hocus Pocus Spelltacular and the Mickey’s Not So Spooky Fireworks Show, this party is a Magic Kingdom Must Do. You can also see Disney Characters in their Halloween costumes, try exclusive Disney Halloween Snacks, and Trick or Treat around the park. Halloween overlays at Space Mountain and the Mad Hatter Teacups lend to the spooky vibes with music and devilish colors. Definitely one of the best things to do at Magic Kingdom.
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party | November- December
For Christmas you can count on extra holiday cheer at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. This special event includes the Once Upon a Christmastime Parade, Minnie’s Wonderful Christmastime Fireworks, and Party exclusive Christmas Snacks, shows and merchandise. You can grab complimentary cookies and cocoa across the park throughout the night. And some rides even get dressed up for the holidays. This event features the chance to see Scrooge McDuck as Ebenezer Scrooge, and Mickey and Minnie in their Christmas outfits.
Hidden Mickeys at Magic Kingdom
We love searching for Hidden mickeys at Walt Disney World and Magic Kingdom has a lot of them! From the fountain at Gaston’s Tavern, to the ride queue at Under the Sea with the Little Mermaid, there are plenty of Hidden Mickeys to find. And you can also search for Hidden Pascals in Magic Kingdom too! Hiding in the Tangled Restroom area of the park, there are 10 Hidden Pascals to find!
Best Snacks at Magic Kingdom
Looking for the Best Snacks in Magic Kingdom? From Dole Whip to the Cheshire Tail, we’ve rounded up our favorites so far! And the ones most worth your Disney Snack Dollars! Check out our New Snacks at Disney post for even more snacks to try. And if you’re up for savory snacks, we’ve pulled together the Best Non-Dessert Snacks at Disney too. Here are all the snack cart locations at Magic Kingdom, with a couple of important snacks to try at each!
- Adventureland Popcorn Cart: Popcorn, and Grab a souvenir bucket for refills!
- Adventureland Snack Cart Spring Rolls
- Aloha Isle: Dole Whip and Dole Whip Floats
- Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies: Ice Cream!
- Big Top Treats: Goofy Glaciers Drinks
- Cheshire Cafe: Cheshire Cat Tail
- Energy Bytes
- Friar’s Nook Loaded Buffalo Chicken Tots
- Frontierland Churro Cart: Churros! Made Fresh
- Gaston’s Tavern Cinnamon Roll
- Joffrey’s Revive: Coffee at Disney World.
- Liberty Square Market: Turkey Leg
- Main Street Confectionery: Mickey Caramel Apples and Rice Krispie Treats
- Main Street Popcorn Cart
- Prince Eric’s Village Market: Soft Pretzel
- Sunshine Tree Terrace Citrus Swirl
- Sleepy Hollow Chocolate Hazelnut Waffle
- Storybook Treats Soft Serve Cone
Where to Find Coffee in Magic Kingdom
Coffee at Walt Disney World can be found most places. But in Magic Kingdom, choices are limited. You can grab Coffee at Starbucks in Magic Kingdom, located at Main Street Bakery. Or head to the Joffrey’s Revive Cart in Tomorrowland for coffee, tea and a big pink donut.
Hotels and Resorts Near Magic Kingdom
Magic Kingdom Area Resorts include hotels close to Magic Kingdom via the Disney Monorail. These resorts include Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort. All of these are on the monorail and are within walking distance of Magic Kingdom. These are some of the best resorts at Disney World and are at the Disney Deluxe Resort Category Level.
Magic Kingdom Disney World Map
If you’re wondering what the layout of Magic Kingdom looks like across its many areas of the park, check out the Magic Kingdom Map. This map includes a list of all the restaurants, rides, attractions and more. To zoom in click the image links here Magic Kingdom Map Page One | Magic Kingdom Map Page Two
Magic Kingdom Park Details
While we think you could spend days getting to it all if you’re more pressed for time then you can tackle our Top 10 Things to Do at Magic Kingdom. And if you’re into some punny humor, tag along for the next exotic cruise, departing daily on the Jungle Cruise. Looking for your next Disney photo op? Check out the Purple Wall in Magic Kingdom. For Up to Date Hours and Event Schedules check out the Magic Kingdom Hours. READ MORE on the Magic Kingdom Park page.
Walt Disney World Checklists for Each Park
And if you’re planning all the Disney parks, check out our printable Disney checklists for each featuring rides, attractions, restaurants and tips.
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Rochelle Mariah is a writer, designer and photographer with an MLIS in Information Science and a B.S. in Arch and Design. Determined to make Planning a DIY Disney Vacation easier she makes lots of lists and drinks lots of coffee. When not designing apparel at Polka Dot Pixie Shop, she's watching old movies and planning the holidays. She has been traveling to Disney destinations since 2010.