My first blog posts will present information on the four theme parks in Walt Disney World. All Pictures in this blog are taken by me. This blog post will give you information about Magic Kingdom.
As you approach the entrance to Magic Kingdom, you are directed to either the Villains or the Heroes section of the parking lot (Remember to take note of which character and number your vehicle is parked in). A tram will be in the front of that lot ready to take you to the Ticket and Transportation Center at Magic Kingdom. At the Ticket and Transportation Center, you can purchase your ticket if you have not done so already. You have several options on how you would like to arrive to Magic Kingdom. The three modes of transportation are the monorail, the ferry boat, and the bus. It is up to you to decide which mode you prefer best. The buses are an option, but they usually run when the park has a lot of guest, so keep that in mind. If you have taken a bus from a Disney Hotel to Magic Kingdom, the bus takes you directly to the entrance to Magic Kingdom.
Once you have arrived at Magic Kingdom (Hurray!), Be ready to have your bags checked at the security checkpoint. Once that is done, it is time to bring out your Magic Band or Ticket and scan it at the entrance. After you scanned your Magic Band or Card, you will be greeted by a cast member and you are at of the 5 sections of Magic Kingdom; Main Street USA! In Main Street, there are plenty of character interactions, shops, and food stops. Here you can watch the parades or watch performances at the stage in front of Cinderella’s Castle. The other sections of Magic Kingdom include: Tommorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, and Adventureland. Each section has a different theme and the rides, attractions, and shops that match the theme. In Magic Kingdom, the two main parades are the Festival of Fantasy and the Disney’s Electrical Parade. Dream Along with Mickey and Wishes are the shows on the stage in front of Cinderella’s Castle. With plenty of activities in Magic Kingdom, there is usually something new to be done with each and every visit.
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