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Opened in 1971, Magic Kingdom is the first of four theme parks at the Walt Disney World Resort. In 2008 the park was visited by 17 million tourists making it the most visited theme park in the world. Know as "The Happiest Place on Earth" Magic Kingdom is the largest attraction in the resort and is often recommended because of its theme; a place where "Fairy Tales Come True."
The theme park is divided into seven separate areas, each with their own unique themes and rides. The first is Main Street, the entrance to the theme park, following this road leads you to Magic Kingdom's icon, the massive castle. Main Street is lined with shops and food stores; this is often the place people stop when leaving the park to find some souvenirs.
The next is Adventureland, built for the purpose of exploring foreign lands and site seeing. Next we visit Frontierland, the Wild West, from Cowboys to Indians, Tom Sawyer and the Country Bears, this area is fun for all. Next shove off to visit some of the oldest and most classic Disney characters in the book, welcome to Mickey's Toontown Fair. Visit the house of Mickey, Minnie, Goofy and Donald in this playground fun for the little ones. Take a step into the future when you visit Tomorrowland. With space age technology and rides it might just be safe to assume you have warped through time. Magic Kingdom is known for its final fireworks show, which takes place at the massive castle in the center of the park; so don't miss it!
Magic Kingdom is the most visited theme park in the world, and with so many people coming through, they need a wide variety of food to keep all the guests happy. So the theme park has over 20 different places to eat, with their own unique selection of food.
Visit the Crystal Palace for a buffet of traditional American food or visit Cinderella's Royal Table for some royal treatment. Visit El Pirata Y El Perico Restaurant for some steaming Mexican food. Take a peak into Pinocchio's Village Haus and enjoy some PB&J sandwiches, macaroni and pizza. Head to Casey's Corner and enjoy some hot dogs, french fries and burgers. Take a whirl down to the Liberty Tree Tavern and enjoy some New England style servings. Buzz over to Tomorrowland's Terrace Noodle Station and get some Asian cuisine. Whatever it is that you crave for; Magic Kingdom has the place for you.
Buzz Lightyear' Space Ranger Spin: Hop onto a constantly moving track and zoom through space with Buzz Lighyear. Use your blasters to fend off the Zerg invasion and score points!
Country Bear Jamboree: Join the Country Bear's in the Grizzly Hall Theatre for some good old country music and entertainment!
The Hall of Presidents: Join our founding fathers and country's leaders as they give you the stories of their legacies and recreate monumental moments onstage. This is a 23 minute show with Audio-Animatronics characters playing the presidents.
Jungle Adventure: Join the crew and journey deep into the jungle where you will find ancient civilizations, exotic animals and hidden ruins.
Pirates of the Caribbean: One of the most classic adventures in the Magic kingdom, this ride allows you to explore the lost world of pirates and take a journey through their lifestyle.
Space Mountain: Take a ride through space on this indoor rollercoaster in the dark!
Haunted Mansion: One of Disney's classics this haunted mansion is filled with ghosts, ghouls, skeletons and laughs! This ride shows you what you would look like as a ghost and lets you explore the world of this huge haunted mansion, be ready for a spook!