Amusement Parks Florida
Magic Kingdom at Disneyworld

Magic Kingdom at Disneyworld

Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830

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The Magic Kingdom is a fantastic place. The Magic Kingdom at Disneyworld is the equivalent of the Disneyland theme park in California.

The Walt Disney Disneyworld Resort actually has 4 theme parks: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Animal Kingdom, and Disney's Hollywood Studios. Magic Kingdom has 107 acres (and expanding by 2013) consisting of 6 lands: Main Street USA, Adventureland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Liberty Square,and Tomorrowland. You could easily spend days at Magic Kingdom and weeks at Disneyworld and still not see everything.

We visited on Halloween. It wasn't that crowded in the morning, but got more so as the day went on. We did the Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Extravaganza in the evening. A lot of extra money, but worth it once. My kids were first in line for the candy at the beginning of the evening, but the lines got longer as the night went on. I was so pleased and surprised to see "family friendly" costumes. Yes, there were vampires and werewolves, but nothing gory or too scary. Some of the more unique Disney characters only come out at these special events.

In the morning, they pick one family to "open" the park for the day. We talked later with the chosen family. Here are some hints. Dress nice; little girls in princess costumes totally appropriate. Get there about 1 hr before the gates to the park open. Go directly to the right side. Good Luck.

Starting in the spring of 2016 Disney began surge pricing for 1-day park tickets. That means the admission price fluctuates based on crowd expectations for the particular day. A weekend day in July will cost more than a weekday day in January. The tickets are labeled Peak, Regular, or Value.

Accomodations at Disneyworld range from $1000's of dollars to camping. We stayed at one of the 3 All-Star Resorts and were extremely happy. In 2010 the room was $125/night with pools and a 20 min free shuttle ride to the park. Well worth it.

Admission Prices

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  • Child ages 2 and under 1-day ticket - free
  • Child ages 3-9 1-day ticketrange from $99-$118
  • Ages 10+ 1-day ticketrange from $105-$124

Parking Fee

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  • Cars and motorcycles: $20
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