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Magic Kingdom Park, Orlando

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Hosting nearly 20 million guests each year, Magic Kingdom Park ranks among the most-visited theme parks in the world. Part of the world's biggest amusement park, which covers a vast area twice as large as Manhattan, this theme park is dedicated to fairy tales and Disney characters. The park's centerpiece is a replica of a fairy-tale castle from the 1950s' film "Cinderella." Six magical lands surround the castle, featuring boat and roller coaster rides, games, jungle cruises, train adventures, shooting arcades, and stage shows. Explore the themed lands of this wheel-shaped venue using Cinderella's castle as your hub. A narrow-gauge railroad runs along the park's perimeter and provides an excellent overview of the park before you start exploring. To visit Magic Kingdom Park on your trip to Orlando, use our Orlando trip planning app.
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  • It is a place like no other. Our first time taking our children there and it was magical hopefully for them but it did feel like a money making machine. I had expected it but not on this level... 
    It is a place like no other. Our first time taking our children there and it was magical hopefully for them but it did feel like a money making machine. I had expected it but not on this level...  more »
  • A great place to visit with kids between 2 and 11 years of age. It's part of Disney world. Kids under two are free. Lots to do for families. The Theme rides, and shows are entertaining. It was very crowded in some areas. I would recommend getting lightning passes for some of the more popular rides as the waits can be long. We waited 70 minutes for The Pirates of the Caribbean theme ride. But no wait for Splash Mountain with the lightning pass, and a very short wait for the Jungle Cruise. Best fireworks show I have ever seen. I probably wouldn't visit the Magic Kingdom without kids. Maybe one of the other parks within Disney World. Tickets are pricey starting at $109.00 per person
  • I live in Florida not far from Disney and I carry a season pass so I frequent Disney parks quite frequently. Yesterday I got to witness something I had never seen before and it brought tears to my eyes and hope in my heart. Everyday at 5 p.m. in the Magic Kingdom at the center where the American flag flies they do a special ceremony of lowering the flag. Prior to this event at some point they pick a veteran or a current military enlistee from the crowd or from a booking at one of the resorts. How it's done is somewhat of a secret nobody really knows. Then they honor that veteran, that service member at the lowering of the flag. His family, wife, children are present for this ceremony then they present this veteran with the flag. With the Ensemble of the band and those taking part in the ceremony they are marched down Main Street to a special area for a private ceremony then the veteran is given the flag. I know a lot of people like to complain about the prices at Disney but when you look around and see everything that Disney does for the community for the parks and for those that serve us well let's just say I'm grateful for Disney. And thank you Disney for providing such a wonderful experience. Your facilities inside and out are always clean people are always kind and friendly and I appreciate that and all the efforts you take to make the visit of every person every child as special as it can be. Thank you

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