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Visit DisneyWorld.com/Updates for more information on park reopening.  Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party and Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party events have been cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19.

The Magic Kingdom park was the first built on the Walt Disney World property and encompasses six themed land, including Main Street USA, Adventureland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, and Tomorrowland.

Main Street USA

Guests entering the Magic Kingdom will enter Town Square at the start of Main Street USA.  Filled with shops, live entertainment, and nostalgia, Main Street USA streets are used for parades and lead from the gate to the hub and Cinderella Castle.  Themed as a 20th century small town, guests pass under the train station (the train is currently not running while work is being done in Tomorrowland), into the park where, each morning, retro vehicles and horse  drawn streetcars take guests into the hub, and during the evening the streets are lined with people waiting for evening fireworks from the Happily Ever After night spectacular.

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Adventureland takes guests to far-off lands to the jungles of the world on the iconic Jungle Cruise, take a tour of the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse, ride the Magic Carpets of Aladdin, sing along with the birds of the Enchanted Tiki Room, and join a band a swashbucklers on the Pirates of the Carribbean.

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Liberty Square

Liberty Square is a small section of the park that is home to some beloved attractions such as the Haunted Mansion, the Riverboat, access to Tom Sawyer Island, and the Hall of Presidents.

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Fantasyland is home to those who are young and the young at heart.  Many of Disney’s most iconic rides and characters find their homes in this area of the park.  Major attractions include the iconic Dumbo, It’s a Small World, Peter Pan’s Flight,  and Mad Tea Party rides, as well as newer attractions as part of the last expansion that brought the popular Be Our Guest restaurant, Under the Sea:  Journey of the Little Mermaid, and Seven Dwarfs Mine Train.

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Relive the old west in Frontierland with 2 (Splash Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain) of the 3 mountains in the Magic Kingdom, the Country Bears Jamboree, and popular restaurants such as Pecos Bill.

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Currently under a massive expansion with the ongoing construction of the Tron roller coaster, Tomorrowland has a fresh paint job and is home to the popular Peoplemover, Space Mountain, Carousel of Progress, and Tomorrowland Speedway.

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