Main Street, USA
Mickey's Toontown Fair
Disney's Hollywood Studios
today. There have been changes made to the attractions,
especially The Hall of Presidents which receives a new
president every four to eight years, but all of the
attractions are still considered classics by Disney fans
around the world.
||Liberty Square opened with the Magic Kingdom on
October 1, 1971 with The Haunted Mansion, Liberty
Bell Riverboat, and The Hall of Presidents.
Representing the colonial times of the United
States, this land is one of the most detailed in
Walt Disney World. While walking around take a look
at the different ground textures (the path down the
middle of the street represents the sewage that
would be present in streets back in the 1700's).
While the attractions here aren't exactly thrill
rides (you could argue that the Haunted Mansion
could fit in that category), the attractions are,
for the most part, very patriotic.
The opening day attractions for Liberty Square are
all still around
Touring Tips: While in Liberty Square, keep
your eyes open for two lanterns in a window. These lanterns
represent Paul Revere's midnight ride where he was signaled
one lantern if the British were coming by land, and two if
by sea. The Imagineers are making sure you remember your
United States history!
Near the lanterns you'll find a musket in a window
representing that the civilian living here was ready to
fight if needed.
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I absolutely love Liberty Square, it is my favorite land in
the Magic Kingdom. I just love the look of it. Plus it has
my favorite attraction, the Haunted Mansion, my favorite
restaurant, Columbia Harbor House, and one of my favorite
shops, Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe. I also really enjoy the
very patriotic music that they have there. The riverboat is
a great break from walking around in the parks and you get
such great and different views of different areas. The one
thing that is a negative about Liberty Square is that it is
the smallest land in the Magic Kingdom. It would be great if
they could expand it a little, but I am not sure if that is
One little fun fact I have realized about Columbia Harbor
House is that a lot of people don't realize there is a
second floor and so a lot of people either won't eat there
if it looks crowded or they will take there food outside to
eat it. So there is usually always a spot to eat in there.
- Erik A. from Minnesota
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