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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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+1 407-939-5277
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Reviewed yesterday

Such a magical place! I felt like a kid again. I loved everything I saw and did, even if it meant waiting in long lines and bearing the heat. It was totally worth it. Please wear comfortable, cool clothes and shoes because you will be...More

Thank Kim C
Reviewed yesterday

This was our 1st look at the new Fantasy land and it is way beyond what was there. Such wonderful additions on expanded grounds with more inside waiting areas for the rides. It took us awhile to figure out all the new things and their...More

Thank Robert T
Reviewed yesterday

I was in doubt to visit the Magic Kingdom, I was thinking that this place was more suitable for children or for families, but this is not the case! I went there with three friends all adults, and we had a terrific time! Once you...More

Thank JCFondeur
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Best if you wake up early and reach the park either before or when it opens, try to cover as many rides as possible, if not the wait times get very long (100-120min for the more popular rides) 7 dwarfs mine train was a very...More

Thank Adventurer-Ian
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Now I am a HUGE Disney fan and it was inevitable that I would love this place. I visited with my family, boyfriend and extended family who live in Canada so it was a great place to meet. All together there were 9! Now I...More

Thank TravelMouse95
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Nearly every ride is child and family friendly! Lots of opportunities for meets & greets and wonderful street entertainment and parades throughout the day! The new fireworks show is even better than the former Wishes. A must do park for families with children! I would...More

Thank TheOhioTraveling4
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Do people actually have bad things to say about Magic Kingdom? This is our favorite Disney park! Almost all of the cast members (employees) are so friendly and sweet. (There was the occasional ride operator who wasn't into their job that day but that's ok.)...More

Thank fetchertaco
Reviewed yesterday

We love the Magic Kingdom and have been several times. We have always gone in November and have had a truly magical time. This year we went in June when it was very hot and extremely crowded. Never again! The wait times for each ride...More

Thank Laura H
Reviewed yesterday

my family and i had a great experience, Walt Disney is truly a magical place , everything line went pretty fast, and the park is beautiful

Thank carolinealdana14
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We have visited the Magic Kingdom many times over the years, most recently in January. The weather is great in January, the park is always clean, the cast members are friendly and helpful. One tip we did not know - after the park official closing...More

1  Thank lswig
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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?
26 June 2017|
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Response from Graeme M | Reviewed this property |
One full day at magic kingdom should be enough if you plan it well. Hollywood studios is not nearly as busy and not so much for adults. probably get away with half a day then transfer to another park if poss.
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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?
18 June 2017|
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Response from ccg001 | Reviewed this property |
We actually just went late April/early May. This was our second time going then, and I really didn't think the crowds were that bad. In fact, since you're a planner, you'll probably appreciate the fact that by using both... 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?
18 June 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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