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Magic Kingdom

3111 World Drive, Orlando, FL 32830
+1 407-939-5277
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The first of the 4 theme parks to open at Walt Disney World Resort, Magic Kingdom park captures the enchantment of fairy tales with exciting entertainment, classic attractions, beloved Disney Characters and so much more.
  • Excellent74%
  • Very good16%
  • Average7%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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3111 World Drive, Orlando, FL 32830
This attraction is at Walt Disney World
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

So many must see and must-do adventures in this park! Don't miss out on the evening fireworks show...it was truly magical with the projection of all our favorite stories of Disney with the perfectly timed fireworks! Disney has out-done themselves! We had the pleasure of...More

Thank jdecember
Reviewed yesterday

You can not miss Magic Kingdom when visiting Orlando. I've particularly loved the arrival to the park by boat. If you want to skip the lines, make a smart use of the fast pass. Any ticket gives 3 fast passes. Choose the first three attractions...More

Thank Grazia Maria G
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

3 generations of my family visited for 3 weeks, including a 2 week multi park ticket with Fast Pass and Memory Maker included. Before writing this review, I read the one star reviews to see what people were complaining about, and it left me shaking...More

Thank kevlondon
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Arrived prior to opening and joined queue for Mickey mouse meet, in and out within 20 minutes, first fast pass for thunder mountain at 9.30 so joined queue for Tinkerbell showing 20 minutes wait. 45 mins later still in hallway with the queue not moving!...More

Thank Amy H
Reviewed yesterday

who does not know about this place ? who did not read about this place ? no body ,,,then what are you waiting for ? gooooooo and live it

Thank mohamedes71
Reviewed yesterday

I go to Disney every year for my daughter. We stay about a week and visit Magic Kingdom several times. Before you go learn what you can about Magic Kingdom. You do not want to figure things out in 110 heat. Learn about fast pass...More

Thank rochelle778
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We rented a double BOB stroller from KINGDOM STROLLERS--an independent local merchant with Disney "connections" It was WONDERFUL. The stroller was delivered to our lodging along with a case of water a cooler bag and a rain cover for the wagon It was easy to...More

Thank henry k
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I haven't visited Disney in 18 years, and will probably not return to the Magic Kingdom. The lines were much too long. Their fastpass system is ridiculous, and it's just so very expensive. It honestly cost me $81 for 3 ear headbands!

1  Thank Alaina1024
Reviewed yesterday

Relax and enjoy the experience and the people. Every time I enter main street and see the castle I smile. The park just makes you feel young.

1  Thank swlaprof
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The queues were short as my family and I had fast pass and in a few short minutes, we were enjoying the ride! Fireworks were splendid as so were the fun rides! The best part was the feeling of DISNEY's magic in the air with...More

Thank annette_whimsical
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vix242424
Hi me and my partner will be spending two days at WDW. What are the best adult rides or things to do whilst we are there? We think we will have one day in magic kingdom and one in Hollywood or do you think we would be better having two full days in magic kingdom?
June 25, 2017|
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Response from Jacob S | Reviewed this property |
I would suggest going to both parks and picking some more higher intensity rides that are more geared to adults. The roller coasters at both parks are fun but taking time to enjoy some slower attractions like "it's a small... More
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Laura D
Last time I went was early in May and it was WAY busier than I expected, considering schools had not let out yet. I know there are no real "slow" times anymore, but what will mid-September be like? WDW has been my place to escape alone (kids don't like it anymore), but it won't be relaxing if it's as busier as most other times. Any opinions? Is it even worth it anymore? Side note: I'm a planner by nature, but it seems even I can't score advance dining reservations where I'd like, so obtaining desired fast passes might be as difficult when that option becomes available?
June 17, 2017|
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Response from Cultura D | Reviewed this property |
Instead of September, I would rather visit on midst of October and beginning of November! Better weather and less tourists!
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Laura D
Last time I went was early in May and it was WAY busier than I expected, considering schools had not let out yet. I know there are no real "slow" times anymore, but what will mid-September be like? WDW has been my place to escape alone (kids don't like it anymore), but it won't be relaxing if it's as busier as most other times. Any opinions? Is it even worth it anymore? Side note: I'm a planner by nature, but it seems even I can't score advance dining reservations where I'd like, so obtaining desired fast passes might be as difficult when that option becomes available?
June 17, 2017|
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Response from Dennis B | Reviewed this property |
Fast pass makes it better. I'm not feeling it's worth it anymore. We need a new WDW that can actually fulfill Walt Disney's dream of the "Happiest Place on Earth". It's not able to even come close, now.
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