The Magic Kingdom is the park most associated with Disney World. It was the first park built. It has the iconic Cainderella Castle. It has the most well known rides (think Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, and Dumbo). But it is also usually the busiest of the parks. So you will want to plan your time wisely.
This park is divided in to 6 areas:
Each of these areas is known for certain landmarks and attractions-
Main Street U.S.A
Find the complete list of rides at Magic Kingdom here.
You have several options for getting to the Magic Kingdom
If you have a car, plan on parking at the ticket and transportation center to get to Magic Kingdom. The rate is $25 to park (unless you are a passholder or resort guest). From there you can use the ferry or monorail to get to the park. Keep this in mind as it can be time consuming.
If you are staying at the Grand Floridian, the Polynesian, or the Contemporary Resort you can take the monorail from your hotel directly to the Magic Kingdom. You can also take the Monorail from the Ticket and Transportation center directly to this park.
There are bus stops to and from the resorts that stop in front of the Magic Kingdom.
Ferries and boats can be taken from some resorts to the Magic Kingdom.
Using the Lyft app you can call a Disney Cast Member to pick you up in a special van that looks like Minnie Mouse. All Minnie Vans have 2 car seats available and can take you anywhere on the Disney property. Price varies depending on how far you travel.
At Magic Kingdom, you CAN bring a bag or backpack on to every attraction. So feel free to pack a bag with your essentials for the day.
What can I bring in to the park?
You can bring:
What items can’t I bring?
Check out my guide to touring plans at the Magic Kingdom to plan out your fun.
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