Disney’s Magic Kingdom

Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park

Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park - Live the fairy tale

Fantasy becomes a reality in Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park. The Park, located near Orlando in Florida, combines thrilling rides and attractions with your favourite Disney characters, all topped off with a sprinkling of Disney magic.

Magic Kingdom Park has 6 enchanted lands with masses of attractions to choose from, and it’s the most popular theme park in the world, with over 20 million visitors every year.

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Magic Kingdom Park rides and attractions

As well as these five, you can also add a whole host of other Magic Kingdom Park rides and attractions to your must-see list, including zooming across the London sky to Never Land with Peter Pan, screaming your way around a mountain on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, taking a romp through Great Moments in American History with the Muppets, or of course, meeting Mickey and Minnie Mouse.


Magic Kingdom Park Food and Drink

With all that fun, you’re going to need to refuel the family at some point. There are plenty of dining options dotted all around the Park.

There’s over 35 different restaurants and eatery options in the Park, but here are some highlights:

Disney's Magic Kingdom Cinderella

Cinderella’s Royal Table

Dine with Disney princesses and enjoy a meal fit for a princess. The castle’s kitchens are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Booking required.

Columbia Harbour House

Columbia Harbour House

Get a taste of New England right in the middle of Florida with this seafood restaurant specialising in east coast delicacies like New England clam chowder and fried shrimp. Our favourite has to be the lobster rolls, which are just out of this world.

Be Our Guest

Be Our Guest Restaurant

Enter the Beast's enchanted castle for an unforgettable dining experience—bon appétit!


Hotels near Magic Kingdom Park

Unsurprisingly, there’s plenty of great family-friendly accommodation right on the doorstep of Magic Kingdom Park. Our top five Disney Hotels are:

Disney's Contemporary Resort

Disney's Contemporary Resort

The closest hotel to the Magic Kingdom Park is the height of retro, '70s cool. The stylish, gourmet 15th-floor California Grill restaurant offers incredible bird's-eye views over the Magic Kingdom Park.

7 nights from £1866pp
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Capturing everything that’s best about the American northwest, Disney’s Wilderness Lodge celebrates both the natural beauty of the country and its Native American traditions too. There’s even a geyser that shoots water high into the sky every hour for that authentic ‘Yellowstone Park’ experience.

7 nights from £1652pp
Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is the crème de la crème of the Disney Resort hotels. Here, the entire family can enjoy Disney at its grandest, with lavish, turn-of-the-century décor, spectacular views and impeccable service.

7 nights from £2517pp
Disney's Polynesian Resort

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Tropical gardens, lavish luaus and calm waves characterise Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. Gentle people, laughter and good cheer help every member of the family to capture that laid-back South Pacific mood.

7 nights from £2606pp

Walt Disney World Resort Tickets

Our advice is to go for the only ticket you’ll need for your trip – Disney’s Magic Ticket*. Choose from 7 or 14 day passes that give you access to not just Magic Kingdom Park, but other parks and attractions too, including:

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Epcot

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park

Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

Disney Springs

Access to ESPN Wide World of Sports, Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course and one round of miniature golf per day.

Disney’s Magic Tickets also include Memory Maker**, where you get unlimited digital downloads of your Walt Disney World holiday photos, and the new complimentary digital service Disney Genie, which lets you create your best Disney Park day with a recommended personal itinerary based on your own attraction and dining interests.

Find out more about Magic Kingdom tickets

Magic Kingdom Park map

Magic Kingdom Park is big. Very big! If you spend your time wandering aimlessly around you’re going to miss out on a lot of the best attractions. There are Magic Kingdom Park maps all over the site, but our top tip is to go online and download the My Disney Experience app**. That way you get to see all your favourite attractions without walking further than you need to.

*Disney’s 7- Day Magic Tickets expire 15 days from the first day of use, and 14-Day Magic Tickets expire 18 days from the first day of use. For child tickets, children must be aged 3-9 at the time of use.

** Availability subject to device limitations. Features may vary by device and service provider. Message and data rates may apply. Coverage not available everywhere. If under 18, seek parent’s permission.

^Memory Maker includes Disney PhotoPass photos and other digital content taken during the Memory Maker window and linked to the guest’s Disney account. If Memory Maker is sold or ordered in combination with a Park ticket, the window for that entitlement will be equal to the usage window of the associated Park ticket and will automatically begin upon the first use of the associated Park ticket. The window will end upon the sooner of either the expiration or depletion of the Park ticket.

Photos and other digital content will expire pursuant to the expiration policy at mydisneyphotopass.disney.go.com/help-and-support. Valid Theme Park admission required for certain photo locations. Memory Maker is subject to terms at mydisneyphotopass.disney.go.com/memory-maker-terms and, if applicable, Family & Friends terms at https://www.disneyworld.co.uk/park-experience-terms-conditions

Disney is not responsible for missing, lost or damaged photos or other digital content. Standard gate price $199 correct at the time of print. 

Age or height restrictions may apply to some attractions.

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