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The Magic Kingdom is a theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort. The first park built at the resort, it opened on October 1, 1971. Magic Kingdom is the most visited theme park in the world.

Cinderella's Royal Table Dinner is a fixed-price, set meal, hosted by the Fairy Godmother, who will lead the observance of special occasions like birthdays and anniversaries for Disney guests.
I find that the ride is exactly like what you see in the movie “Alice in Wonderland.” The teacup and saucer spin in a circle around a teapot and floating lanterns at the top of the ride. If you look closely in the teapot in the middle of the ride, you will see a mouse pop out from the top and then go back down.
In Fantasyland, across from the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh attraction, you will find an interactive fun spot for the smaller kids and for the kid in you who wants to rest for a while in a shaded area. Disney has paved Pooh’s 100 Acre Woods with their special rubber, sponge-like surface so that when you fall down, you bounce.
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh ride vehicles go out of the load area and arrive near a giant storybook showing Winnie the Pooh and his friend, Christopher Robin
Ariel's Grotto is a nicely decorated area to meet Ariel the mermaid and all of her friends! There’s a lot of shade and plenty of scenic views. Ariel opens at 10am each day and is always anxious to meet all the Disney guests. Ariel is the only girl I have ever met with a tail. So far!
Breakfast at Cinderella's Royal Table is one of the most competitive seating situations at Walt Disney World®. For breakfast and lunch, reservations are absolutely required and you should arrive a little early.
For Cinderella's Royal Table - Fairytale Lunch, reservations are absolutely required for this meal, as they are for all character dining experiences starring Cinderella.
Looking for a low-cost lunch or dinner on the go? Well The Pinocchio Village Haus is the place to grab your meal and scoot.
The ride is a relatively mild indoor/outdoor roller coaster based on the concept of a runaway train careening through an abandoned mine complex. In contrast to Space Mountain, where the tracks are largely hidden from view, the thrills are meant to come from the perceived instability of the mine and its threats to collapse. Speeds can reach 24-30 miles per hour so the centrifugal force as you round the turns will pull you from one side to the next.
Disney offers five tours of the MAGIC KINGDOM. Each one is educational and a classroom while you are on vacation. Each tour is designed for different age groups and interests. Some individuals may think the tour was a waste of money and time while others ponder the tour the rest of their life. If you really want to know what goes on behind-the-scenes at Magic Kingdom, one of these tours may be for you.