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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.
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I am amazed that any sane rational person would want to go here ! It’s simply a large overpriced gift shop with maybe 3 or 4 decent rides / attractions you have to wait 45 plus minutes to go on. The food is beyond overpriced...More
Spent a day here and didn't enjoy it as much as I'd expected too.
The park is large and does have a good number of ride, but many are for young kids. Queues were quite long and so decided to download the app and use...More
We LOVE Halloween at WDW. You can enter the park at 4pm if desired and earlier if you are a passholder. We had hopes that our Friday night mid-September wouldn't be so hot and crowded, but we were wrong! It was hot and pretty crowded!...More
This place really lives up to the hype..the rides..the shows- the Muppets were brilliant. You do need fast passes for the popular rides but sometimes it's worth the wait..could do with a few shaded areas to rest but other than that no real complaints we...More
We went to the Mickey not so scary Halloween Party👻🎃 It was great and enjoyed by everyone. We bought ponchos because it was raining for few hours. That’s Florida weather in a nut shell🌤🌧. So check the weather before going. Buy your ponchos outside the...More
If you want to experience the Magic Kingdom in all of it's glory you need a minimum of 2 days. I recommend using every fastpass available to you and plan your day out accordingly. Do not criss cross this park multiple times or your feet...More
So much to do and see, a day is not long enough and a second visit is definitely recommended. For thrilling rides Splash Mountain or Space Mountain are the things to do. For fun - ride on the Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin or watch...More
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Disneyland Annual Passports are $729, $999, or $1,149 depending on the Annual Passport you choose. The more expensive, the more perks and less blackout dates. You can find all of the perks and purchase options on the... More
Disneyland Annual Passports are $729, $999, or $1,149 depending on the Annual Passport you choose. The more expensive, the more perks and less blackout dates. You can find all of the perks and purchase options on the official Disneyland website.
Walt Disney World Annual Passes are either $849 or $949, depending on the Annual Pass you choose. The more expensive one has more perks and includes the water parks. You can find all of the perks, differences, and purchase options on the official Walt Disney World website.