Magic Kingdom Park

Magic Kingdom Park is one of four theme parks at the Walt Disney World Resort. It opened its doors in 1971 and has closed down only five times since opening. The park is designed by WED Enterprises and has layout and attraction sites similar to Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California. Cinderella castle, an exact replica of the castle in the fairy tale film of 1950, is located in the middle of the park and jas become its main symbol.

How to get to Magic Kingdom Park

There are two main transportation systems to the Magic Kingdom; The Walt Disney World Monorail System or The Staten Island-style ferryboats. The Walt Disney World Monorail loop has an outer and inner lane. The outer lane is a nonstop rail loop between Magic Kingdom and TTC without any stopovers. On the other hand, the inner loop offers stopovers at Disney's Contemporary Resort, Polynesian Resort, and Grand Floridian Resort and Spa.

Main attractions

Magic kingdom is divided into six lands. The following is a list of the lands and the main attraction in each land:

  • Main Street, U.S.A. - Main Street Vehicles and Walt Disney World Railroad
  • Adventure land - The Magic Carpets of Aladdin and Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Frontier land - Splash Mountain and Country Bear Jamboree
  • Liberty Square - The Hall of Presidents and The Haunted Mansion
  • Fantasy land - Cinderella Castle, Mickey's Philhar Magic, Current Enchanted Forest attractions and Enchanted Tales with Belle.
  • Tomorrow land - Buzz Light year’s Space Ranger Spin, Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor and Tomorrow land Speedway.