Disney World is not just one big park like Disneyland in California, it has four parks. You need a lot more time to experience everything. One of the parks is Magic Kingdom. Magic Kingdom is almost like Disneyland, it has some of the rides including Space Mountain, The Tikki Room, and much more. Though, it has mostly original rides. If you are from California, I would suggest to skip the rides that you already know, and just go to the original rides.
It takes a full day for Magic Kingdom. We went for about 9 hours, but we still didn't finish the whole Magic Kingdom So, I would suggest for you first-timers to go to Magic Kingdom at about 9:00 and leave at closing time.
Travelers should bring water-misters because they cost about 5 dollars at Magic Kingdom, so you could buy them at Walmart and save money. You should also bring suncream and a couple of snacks. In Orlando, it is very humid, and Magic Kingdom has only two things they can do for you. In Tomorrow Land, they have a place called "Cool Scanner" It is basically just like a Rain Room to cool off from the hot sun. The second thing they have for you folks is air conditioner. You will feel very relaxed in the ride because it is cool and refreshing because you just came from the hot air.
Some good rides you can check out is "The Laugh Floor" which is really interactive, "Space Mountain" which is probably the best and the fastest ride in Magic Kingdom, (I wouldn't know because we didn't finish it.) and the "Mickey's PhilmarMagic 3D movie" which was just so, Disney! You don't really need any advice for "Mickey's PhilmarMagic 3D Movie" or "The Laugh Floor", but you do need to know that in "Space Mountain", you should take everything out of your shirt pockets and put it in your pant pocket, because things are bound to fall out. Things fell out in my trip, but luckily we took it out before it dropped in the ride. Though, our hotel key, and our fast-passes dropped. But luckily, we had an extra hotel key...
What you should NOT do is do NOT go on the Peter Pan Ride and wait an hour of waiting in line. It was horrible, and we wasted an hour of our life waiting in a line GOING AROUND THE BUILDING. What everybody should do, is on your map, look at the attractions you would like to go on, and then get their fast passes at 2:00 pm, then do other rides while you wait for the fast pass time, because we did that for Magic Kingdom and it worked perfectly, so why not do it for other rides? I would suggest to just go to the parks that you think are worth it, and then go back to the other parks at the end. But make sure to use your fast passes. They are worth more than they seem. Because there is one thing that is the most expensive thing in the world, and that is TIME.
For your dining attractions, it depends on where you are. We at the Starlight Cafe, and it was great! But if you are at somewhere else, then I guess just go at whatever food place is there.
We were going on Dumbo the Flying Elephant, and we waited for about 40 minutes, to get to go to the ride after the current one. So we waited until the current ride would start, but it wouldn't start for 10 minutes, and then they announced there was technical difficulties, and it would take a little while more. So we waited 30 more minutes, and the ride finally started, and it lasted only for TEN MINUTES, and that was it for them. Then, it was our turn and we got the same thing, only ten minutes of a ride. I still stand by my opinion by saying they should have given everyone that was waiting in line, and the people who were waiting in the dumbos and us some type of apology like a second ride or something, because that wasn't fair for us, we had much more to do in the park than wait for some person to announce that the technical difficulties are finished. We still had 4 parks in Magic Kingdom to go.
The fireworks were fantastic and then we went home. I think overall it was very good. I think over the four parks that we went to, Tomorrow Land and Fantasy Land was the best parks inside of Magic Kingdom.
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