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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.

If you are a big-time train fan Disney’s Steam Trains Tour is your opportunity to communicate with a couple of old time conductors about Walt Disney favorite past times. The three-hour tour is mostly outside, so don’t forget your Florida sun screen. Tours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday starting at 7:30 am and cost $40 per person.
Keys to the Magic Kingdom Tour is all about behind the Disney. Have you ever wanted to know what’s behind that door or how did they do that setup? Want to see underground Disney? Well this 4.5 to 5 hour tour is the answer to some of your high-tech questions behind the magic of Disney. Lunch is included.
You can employ a personal Disney guide for Magic Kingdom VIP tour. This is one of the most expensive tours available at Disney, costing $125.00 per hour with a minimum of five hours required. Theme Park admission is also required.
For your Disney trip, start packing early. Add to the list provided. Do not forget to check each item off your list as it goes into a large bag or suitcase.
Take a spin around on MAGIC KINGDOM’s famous flying elephant and see for yourself how much fun it really is. The cars are made out of a replica of Dumbo and you can control him to move up or down. Each elephant on the ride has different colored hats and seats.
Snow White's Scary Adventures vehicles go out of the load area, with canned music from this Disney Movie Classic piped in over the guests. The guests then pass a large mural of the cast of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The ride takes you through the movie in a live animatronics’ format.
Mickey's PhilharMagic (3-D) three dimensional enhanced movie is presented to you on a huge 150-foot wraparound screen. As you enter the foyer you will pick up your 3-D glasses needed for the movie, before taking your seat in the theater. The Disney guides are dressed in the classic theater attendant uniforms and allow the guests to take their seats in what appears to be a mix of the grand movie theaters and orchestra halls of the past.
Peter Pan's Flight is a pirate ship that flies into Wendy’s room and over the rooftops of London to Never Land. You board a three-passenger miniature galleon, which is suspended from ceiling tracks so that it glides and makes you feel that you’re flying like Peter Pan. It’s a slow moving ride in the dark so that various scenes appear to light up as you encounter them.
"It's a Small World" is a slow paced boat ride through several different nations around the globe. Animatronics dolls are dressed in costumes representing different countries and region of the world. Some dolls play instruments that are associated with their geographic region, while others dance national dances.
Words cannot describe Cinderella’s Castle in Fantasyland. Cinderella’s Castle is a castle from the time when kings and queens were royalty to everyone. Beautiful drawings hang inside the castle along with a lot of gold paintings, and the huge ancient doors that are on the castle are worth a look. There’s also an outstanding shop that is a “do not miss.”