Magic Kingdom Orlando Florida

Since the day the first Disney theme park opened in 1955, these legendary worlds of Disney have thrilled children and adults alike the world over. To this day, the Magic Kingdom remains one of the most popular destinations in the world and the undisputed favorite among the four primary Disney parks.

From the thrill of the first glimpse of Cinderella’s castle to the last sleepy smile at the end of the day, the experience of a Magic Kingdom adventure remains one of childhood’s most iconic. The streets of Main Street U.S.A. are filled with enough excitement to delight all of your senses. The sight of all the Disney characters smiling at you. The smell of all the delicious goodies in the air. The feel of the warm sun on your face. The sound of all the happy voices around you.

For every child that walks through the gate full of wonder and excitement, there is an adventure waiting just for them. World-class rides like Space Mountain and Splash Mountain,  the Haunted Mansion and the Jungle Cruise are high on up on the list for those thrill seekers, while a meet-and-greet with a favorite Disney princess or character is the perfect speed for some of our more laid-back guests.

Top 5 Most Asked Questions About Magic Kingdom Orlando Florida

What Time are the Fireworks in Magic Kingdom?

The “Happily Ever After” fireworks show is a spectacular nightly show at which the whole family can “oohh” and “aahh” together! The start time for the 18-minute show varies according to the night, the season and sometimes, holidays.

When was Magic Kingdom Built?

Construction started way back in 1967 and Magic Kingdom first opened its doors on October 1, 1971. Two different resorts opened at the same time – Disney’s Contemporary Resort and Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

What is the Price of a Ticket to Magic Kingdom?

That’s not an easy question to answer! Admission prices to the Magic Kingdom vary according to a number of factors, such as time of year, the length of your stay, whether you purchase a Park Hopper ticket, a no-expiration tickets and a few others.

What are my Dining Options at Magic Kingdom?

Almost limitless! No matter what you’ve got a taste for, you’ll probably be able to find in here at Magic Kingdom! A sampling of the variety of cuisines available is as follows: Aloha Isle, Be Our Guest Restaurant, Casey’s Corner, Cheshire Café, Cinderella’s Royal Table, Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café, Crystal Palace, Gaston’s Tavern, Liberty Tree Tavern, Main Street Bakery, Plaza Ice Cream Parlor, Tomorrowland Terrace. These choices range from a quick, casual bite on the go to a “sit-down and be waited on” full meal.

How Big is the Magic Kingdom Orlando park?

Huge!! Magic Kingdom is part of the Walt Disney World Resort. The resort, in its entirety, is 40 square miles or 27,000 acres. Only 35% of that total has been developed. But it’s still enough so that the Magic Kingdom alone comprises 107 acres. Another 125 is used for parking. Interestingly, Epcot is 300 acres and Disney’s Animal Kingdom is 80 acres.