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Magic Kingdom

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Magic Kingdom


Main Street, USA
       
        Attractions
        Shopping
        Dining
        Other

Adventureland
        Attractions
        Shopping
        Dining
        Other

Frontierland
        Attractions
        Shopping
        Dining
        Other

Liberty Square
        Attractions
        Shopping
        Dining
        Other

Fantasyland
        Attractions
        Shopping
        Dining
        Other

Mickey's Toontown Fair
        Attractions
        Shopping
        Dining
        Other

Tomorrowland
        Attractions
        Shopping
        Dining
        Other

Epcot

Disney's Hollywood Studios

Disney's Animal
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The Magic Kingdom opened on October 1, 1971 with six very distinct lands: Main Street, USA, Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland.

The opening day attractions for the Magic Kingdom were the Walt Disney World Railroad, Main Street Vehicles, Swiss Family Treehouse, The Jungle Cruise, Tropical Serenade (now The Enchanted Tiki Room - Under New Management), Davy Crockett's Explorer Canoes, Country Bear Jamboree, Frontierland Shootin' Arcade, The Hall of Presidents, Liberty Square Riverboat, Haunted Mansion,  Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, Mickey Mouse Revue, Skyway, Snow White's Scary Adventure, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Cinderella's Golden Carousel, Mad Tea Party, it's a small world, and the Grand Prix Raceway.

Fun Facts: Below the Magic Kingdom is a series of tunnels called the utilidors that allow cast members to move about from one location to another without ruining the magic that is going on "on stage."

Liberty Square originated from a land in Disneyland that was never completed and was the first land in Walt Disney World to have a different theme from the original Disneyland Park.


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