Because theme park capacity will be significantly limited as Walt Disney World® Resort welcomes Guests back to the magic, Disney will manage attendance through a new theme park reservation system that will require all Guests to obtain a reservation for park entry in advance. At this time, Disney is temporarily pausing new ticket sales and Disney Resort hotel reservations so it can focus on Guests with existing tickets and reservations. Existing ticket holders and Annual Passholders will be able to make theme park reservation requests in phases before new tickets are sold. Disney will resume new Walt Disney World® Resort ticket sales and hotel reservations after that period of time.Close
With its storybook Cinderella Castle and six spectacular themed lands, Magic Kingdom® Park is the primary destination for those visiting the Orlando theme parks. Easily the most popular park in the entire world, Magic Kingdom® Park is always busy. For that reason, we frogs recommend at least some basic planning before your visit. We’ve outlined the key attractions and entertainment for you to experience along with detailed information such as the location and the best time of day to visit. For those of you who are hopping to do more, our step-by-step park plans are just the ticket!Read our guide to Disney with Young Kids See all things to do and park plans
You'll feel just like us frogs, having more fun and hopping around with less wait, if you use our tips for navigating Magic Kingdom® Park.
We recommend arriving at least 30 minutes ahead of park opening and planning at least two days to fully experience Magic Kingdom® Park. If you start your day at park opening, you can experience a few hours with very low wait times. Experience the highest priority attractions with the lowest durations first. Start your FastPass+ experiences mid-morning. After you've used all three, you can get additional FastPasses in the park. For parents with young tadpoles, we suggest taking a break in the afternoon and then coming back in the evening for the parade and fireworks.
Doing a little bit of planning at the outset, whether you want a full park plan or you just identify a few of your priorities, can mean the difference between a good time and a great time. To make the most of your time at Magic Kingdom® Park, follow these tips:
This is by far the Walt Disney World® Resort's most-visited park, with many of Disney’s beloved classic attractions such as Dumbo the Flying Elephant® and Peter Pan's Flight® Attraction. Because it has more than double the attractions of the other theme parks, it is much harder to experience in one day. And with waits as high for the character meet-and-greets as for the main attractions, setting your priorities at the outset and being smart with your FastPass+ selections is a must. We offer a list of Magic Kingdom® Park FastPass+ priority attractions and Park Plans to help you plan your days in the parks.
Magic Kingdom® Park is a big place! We recommend you wear casual clothes and comfortable shoes, and plan to do a lot of walking! Check out our tips for using a stroller in the parks.
At the most picturesque locations around the park, including Cinderella Castle, you’ll find Disney photographers, ready to capture your magical moments. After they take your picture, you can have them tap your MagicBand or swipe your park ticket. The pictures can be purchased after your trip online, or you can purchase the Memory Maker package in advance of your trip for even greater savings.
If you have a little princess who wants the royal treatment, make a reservation for the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. Young buccaneers can join the Pirates League for a fitting makeover. If you just need a trim, head over to the Harmony Barbershop, which specialized in first haircuts and offers keepsake packages.
Here is a full list of Magic Kingdom® Park quick service and table service restaurants. For a table service meal, Advance Dining Reservations are recommended and can be made up to 180 days in advance of your trip online or by calling 407-WDW-DINE (939-3463). You can also make priority seating arrangements when you arrive at the Park at either Guest Relations or the desired eatery.
You'll find a list of attractions in Magic Kingdom® Park under Things to Do, where you can discover which attractions you and your family are most interested in, see current wait times for that attraction and height requirements.
Walt Disney World® Resort will reopen July 11 (Magic Kingdom® Park, Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park) and July 15 (EPCOT®, Disney's Hollywood Studios®)! Because theme park capacity will be significantly limited as Walt Disney World® Resort welcomes Guests back to the magic, Disney will manage attendance through a new theme park reservation system that will require all Guests to obtain a reservation for park entry in advance.
Disney Springs in Florida will begin a phased reopening on May 20. A limited number of shopping and dining experiences that are owned by third-party operating participants will begin to open during this initial phase. During the initial opening phase, Disney Springs will have limitations on capacity, parking and operating hours. Additional protocols and procedures may be announced closer to the opening date.
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