Magic Kingdom Park
Where Fairytales Come True
Seven Magical Lands
The Magic Kingdom resort opened in 1971.
To reach the main gates of the park you can either take the monorail ride or use the ferry to cross the seven seas lagoon.
Once inside the park you'll discover seven magical lands which surround the center piece of 'Cinderella's Castle'.
Main Street U.S.A is the first place you'll see which is a hive of activity and characters. You'll also be able to by gifts and souvenir's here in the many shops along the way.
Adventure land takes you on a journey from deep in the jungle to a swash buckling adventure with pirates of the Caribbean.
Frontier land takes you back to the days of the wild west with exciting rides like Slash Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
Fantasy land brings out the kid in everyone with rides like It's A Small World and Peter Pan's Flight. This is also the place where you'll find the famous Mad Tea Party teacups ride.
Liberty Square is based on America's independence where you can see the hall of presidents. You'll also find the amazing Haunted Mansion ride which will live with you forever.
Mickey's Toon Town is for the younger children but adults too will love walking round here where you can see Mickey's house and meet the famous mouse in person. This is a great spot for photo's.
Tomorrow land takes you on a journey into the future where you can experience the likes of space mountain which is a high speed roller coaster ride in the dark.
The Magic Kingdom has plenty to offer for both young and old and is the most visited of the Disney parks.
You can see the whole park in one day but I would recommend taking two days as there is just so much to see. Two days seeing the park is better than one day rushing through it.
Don't forget to end your evening with the almost nightly 'Happily ever after fireworks show'.