Tourism Attraction

Bring Your Fantasies Alive In Disney's Magic Kingdom

Disney's Magic Kingdom Park is an interesting theme park, in Disney World, Orlando. It brings to life those magical parts in fables and movies that children have heard, watched, or read about. For example, children and adults can experience the ride of Alladin on magic carpet, or pilot one of the spaceships in the park's astro orbiter.

The colorful World Railroad, which runs on a narrow gauge, can be a fun filled experience for every family member because it is different from traveling by cars, flights, buses, and of course, underground trains. Coaches are open from both sides so the view is not obstructed. The tall trees of the forests on either side here offer strikingly different view from what is visible from normal trains. But this is not the only railroad in Magic Kingdom. There are many other rides in here such as the Big Thunder Mountain, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, The Barnstormer at Goofy's Wiseacre Farm ride, Peter Pan's Flight, The Haunted Mansion ride, The Space Mountain roller coaster, and the Splash Mountain ride.

Magic Kingdom has many other interesting activities besides these rides. Therefore, those who have had their fill with the rides, can look forward to some spectacular fireworks. Hocus Pocus is another show here that should not be missed. Tourists can opt to go to Tommorow's Land from Pete's Circus, using the candy trail, which is interesting enough. Costumes are also offered to tourists for making the experience all the more fun. Periodically, Magic Kingdom also comes up with parties such as Mickey's Christmas party, or Mickey's Halloween party. Headless Horseman here does not scare children as much as he did on television set. There are, of course, some parades as well.

Obviously, it is necessary to have a prior booking for experiencing these fantasies. Tourists may choose to purchase one day, two days or five days tickets. In addition, there is Fast Pass option, which though slightly expensive, saves a lot of time because there is simply too much to see and enjoy in this theme park.