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Magic Kingdom Attractions

Journey to imaginary lands of adventure, fantasy, the past and the future. Sail on magic carpets, plunge down waterfalls, hurtle through space as you travel to places beyond your imagination.



Adventureland Attractions

Jungle Cruise
Pirates of the Caribbean
Swiss Family Treehouse
The Enchanted Tiki Room

The Magic Carpets of Aladdin

Fantasyland Attractions

Cinderella's Golden Carousel
Cinderella's Castle
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
It's a Small World

Mad Tea Party
Mickey's PhilharMagic

Peter Pan's Flight
Snow White's Scary Adventures
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh



Frontierland Attractions

Big Thunder Mountain
Country Bear Jamboree
Frontierland Shootin' Arcade
Goofy's Country Dancin' Jamboree

Splash Mountain

Tom Sawyers Island

Mickey's Toontown Fair

Donald's Boat
Mickey's Country House
Minnie's Country House
The Barnstormer at Goofy's Wiseacre Farm

Toontown Hall of Fame



Liberty Square Attractions

Liberty Square Riverboat
The Hall of Presidents
The Haunted Mansion

Tomorrowland Attractions

Astro Orbiter
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin

Space Mountain

Stitch's Great Escape
The Timekeeper
Tomorrowland Indy Speedway
Tomorrowland Transit Authority
Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress



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Main Street U.S.A. Attractions

 
  • Main Street Vehicles
    Catch a ride in Town Square or in front of Cinderella Castle near Central Plaza for your nostalgic one-way journey. Turn heads in these turn-of-the-twentieth century vehicles as you travel in style. Take the new-fangled contrivance of your choice: horse car, omnibus, jitney, horseless carriage, or fire engine.
Disney Tip: You may ride in either direction down Main Street, U.S.A.
 
Disney Trivia: Many design elements on Main Street, U.S.A. are inspired by Marceline, Missouri, the small town where Walt Disney grew up.

The omnibus is modeled after a 1920 New York City double-decker.
  • Walt Disney World Railroad
    Ride the rails aboard one of these four nostalgic trains as they take a 1.5-mile, 20 minute journey around the park. Disembark this authentic steam-powered locomotive on Main Street, U.S.A., Frontierland or Mickey's Toontown Fair. All aboard!
Disney Tip: Use the Walt Disney World Railroad to get from land to land. The train stops near most lands in the park.
 
Disney Trivia: The four trains are named Lilly Belle (named for Walt Disney's wife Lillian), Roy O. Disney (Walt's brother), Roger E. Broggie (Disney Imagineer) and Walter E. Disney.

Walt Disney was a great train aficionado. He had a train, the Carolwood Pacific, in the backyard of his California home. His wife Lillian didn't object to Walt building a railroad in their backyard as long as he didn't disturb her flower garden. Walt built a tunnel so the trains wouldn't disturb her roses.

Adventureland Attractions

  • Jungle Cruise
    Travel on the rivers of three different continents. See exotic animals, zany explorers and ancient ruins as your skipper leads you deep into the jungle. Be prepared for surprises along the way; your skipper's sure to regale you with humorous tales of danger.

    Long been considered a must see this perennial favorite is however beginning to show its age. An outdoor jungle cruise that works its way through a twisting and winding waterway, while the cast member skipper entertains guests with often funny or at least amusing patter. For an enhanced experience and one in which this attraction’s age will not be as apparent try it at night.

    Fast Pass Available
Disney Tip: Don't worry. The hippos aren't dangerous unless they wiggle their ears!

Walt Disney originally intended the Jungle Cruise to be roaming with live animals. It wasn't until he realized that he couldn't control the animals' sleeping habits that he realized he could tell a better story using Audio-Animatronics.

 
Trivia Note: The first version of the Jungle Cruise was very serious, based on Walt Disney's True Life Adventure Series. It wasn't until a few years later that the humorous vignettes were added.

Cast member skippers of the Jungle Cruise fire off over 600,000 rounds of blank ammunition each year.

  • Pirates Of The Caribbean

    First the attraction inspired the movie — now the movie is inspiring the attraction! Get ready to set sail on this boisterous boat ride to discover Captain Jack and his nemesis Barbossa interacting with some of the more familiar Audio-Animatronics® buccaneers and adding a terrific twist to the adventure — along with new special effects. The exciting enhancements to this classic Disney attraction are another great reason to join the Happiest Celebration On Earth!

    The Pirates' Life for You!

    Captain Jack Sparrow will be on hand to lead lighthearted "pirate training." Kids will be invited to join the fun, interactive hi-jinks at various times daily, beginning July 7 through the end of August, 2006.  Yo ho, yo ho! A pirate's life for me! Take a wild voyage through secret caverns and fierce sea battles as you join the rowdiest rogues and rapscallions that ever sacked the Spanish Main. It's a boat ride through classic Disney swashbuckling adventures. Sail these treacherous waters in search of pirate booty, but be warned: "dead men tell no tales!"
Disney Trivia: You depart through an 18th century Spanish fortress known as "El Castillo — Torre del Sol" (The Castle — Fortress of the Sun).

This was originally envisioned as a walk-through until Walt Disney saw the possibilities presented by the boats in Disney's "it's a small world" attraction at the 1964 New York World's Fair.

Pirates of the Caribbean was on the drawing board for years as a walkthrough attraction. Walt Disney decided to use a boat system similar to the one that had been so successful for "it's a small world."

Pirates of the Caribbean was the last theme park show that was personally supervised by Walt Disney.

This beloved attraction is one of the few attractions featured at Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Tokyo Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris.

Ahoy! Pirates of the Caribbean pillaged the 2004 Disney Magazine Reader's Choice Award for Favorite Walt Disney World® Resort Audio-Animatronics® Attraction!

  • Swiss Family Treehouse
    Transport yourself into the lives of the Swiss Family Robinson who were tossed onto a deserted South Seas island. Not only does the family make do — but they build a treehouse and a life for themselves that is the envy of all who visit. You'll never want to "leaf."
Disney Note: Be aware that you climb the equivalent of six flights of stairs when visiting this attraction.

There are 66 stairs to climb in order to reach the jungle outlook on the top.

 
Disney Tip: Don't miss the plaques throughout the tree that tell, in journal form, the story of the Robinsons and their sons: Ernest, Francis, Jack and little Fritz.
 
Disney Trivia: The tree's structural root system goes four stories into the ground below the tree.

"Swiss Family Robinson" was written in 1812 by Johann David Wyss. The Disney film of the same name was released in 1960.

The tree has 300,000 man-made leaves.

  • The Enchanted Tiki Room - Under New Management
    Join your 'fowl' hosts "Aladdin's" loud-mouthed parrot Iago and Zazu, the upright hornbill from "The Lion King." They pair up to inject some hipness into the Tiki Room stage show famous for its sweet serenading. Enjoy new surprises and fun in the "tiki tiki tiki tiki tiki room!"
Disney Tip: Listen for Iago singing a whole new version of the smash hit "Friend Like Me" from Disney's "Aladdin."
 
Disney Trivia: The original Enchanted Tiki Room was the first attraction to function completely via the wonders of Audio-Animatronics technology.

The Tiki gods that can be seen in and around the showroom are fashioned after the mythological Tiki gods of the Polynesian Islands - particularly Hawaii, Fiji, Tonga, and the Cook Islands.

  • The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
    Take a flight of fancy aboard your very own magic carpet. Inspired by the Disney animated classic, "Aladdin," this whimsical spin above Adventureland is filled with ups and downs as you control both the pitch and height of the flight. It's better than getting three wishes!
Disney Tip: This interactive attraction has a lever at the front. If you are in the front seat, the lever controls the height that carpet flies. If you are in the back seat, the lever controls the carpet's pitching forward and back.

Watch for spitting camels.

 
Disney Trivia: This is one of the most recent attractions in Adventureland, having opened in 2001.
Frontierland Attractions

  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
    Hop on this rollicking mine train through an Old West mining town for a rip-roarin', rootin'-tootin' thrill-a-minute ride. If you're "mining" for a good time consider the "prospects" as you're warned: "Hang on to your hats and glasses 'cause this here's the wildest ride in the wilderness."

    Minimum height requirement 40 inches / 102 cm
    Fast Pass Available


 

 

Disney Tip: For the best “hang on to your hat” ride try the last car.
 
Disney Tip: Look for the gears near the station -- they form the silhouette of a famous mouse.

See if you can spot the following residents of Tumbleweed: chickens, donkeys, possums, a goat, a longjohn-clad resident spinning through the flood in a bathtub and a rainmaker whose name is Professor Cumulus Isobar.

 
Disney Trivia: This attraction opened September 23, 1980.
  • Country Bear Jamboree
    Fun is a-"bruin" at Grizzly Hall where a musical revue is in full country-fresh swing. Clap along to the pickin', grinnin', foot-stompin' hoedown as a pack of banjo-strumming, country singing bears entertain you with songs and jokes and never ever hibernate. Y'all come back! During this Audio-Animatronic country western hoedown theater show you will find a cast of bears that have sung and danced their way onto the hearts of children generation after generation.
Disney Tip: Special Christmas-themed shows play during the holiday season. Check your Times Guide.
 
Disney Trivia: This attraction opened with Magic Kingdom® on October 1, 1971.
  • Frontierland Shootin' Arcade
    Take up your position on Boot Hill and become the greatest sharp-shooter on the whole frontier. Try your marksmanship on a whole passel of pop-up, moving and stationary targets. Ready. Aim. Fire! This electronic shooting gallery is one of the few attraction not included in price of admission to the Magic Kingdom. Big hit with the kids even though it is target practice only and no prizes are awarded.
    Cost $0.50 per play.
Disney Tip: Listen for howling coyotes and creaking bridges.

Watch for this and other fun grave markers: "He loved to dance / He drank his fill / He drinks no more / He dances still"
 
Disney Trivia: Donald's voice in the show was created out of classic performances by Clarence (Ducky) Nash, the original voice of Donald Duck.

The original animator of Lumiere for Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" was brought back to animate him for Mickey's PhilharMagic.

This attraction is the newest adventure in Fantasyland

The show is in the same theater as the Mickey Mouse Revue, in which Mickey made his Magic Kingdom debut as an orchestra conductor..

  • Goofy's Country Dancin' Jamboree
    Kick up your heels with Goofy and friends including stars of Disney/Pixar's Toy Story 2
  • Splash Mountain
    Hop a hollowed-out log to follow Brer Rabbit's mischievous escapades as he tries to flee the clutches of Brer Fox and Brer Bear until you plunge five stories off Chick-a-pin Hill! "It's the truth. It's actual. Everything is satisfactual. It's a zip a dee doo dah day!" This Indoor/outdoor water flume adventure ride climaxes in a five-story drop and the triumphal return of Brer Rabbit. Riders are treated to over 100 Audio-Animatronic characters that are scattered over the half mile journey all telling the story of Brer Rabbits adventure.

    Minimum height requirement 40 inches / 102 cm
    Fast Pass Available
Disney Tip: Sitting in the front of the log increases your chances of getting wet.

Don't forget to check your photo on the way out.

You are welcome to bring water or other refreshments in line until it's your turn to ride.

 
Disney Trivia: This attraction opened in 1992.
  • Tom Sawyers Island
    Venture across the Rivers of America and dock at Tom's Landing to embark on your mischievous, playful adventure. There are mysterious caves, swinging suspension bridges, rugged trails and a whole isle of smiles to discover. Take the time to explore this getaway especially if you have school age children. The kids can run around freely while mom and dad recharge their batteries.
Disney Tip: This attraction closes at dusk. Check your Times Guide for details.

Great place to retreat to especially when the crowds and temperatures are at their peak. Here you will find lots of shade, as well as, refreshments at Aunt Polly’s Dockside Inn. So if your touring plan begins to break down or you just plain need a break give this one a try.

Bring a change of clothing for little ones who want to play in the dirt and water.

 
Disney Trivia: The rafts that travel back and forth to Tom Sawyer Island make a little over 300 round trips a day.

The rafts to Tom Sawyer Island are not on a track or guiderail.

  • Walt Disney World Railroad
    Ride the rails aboard one of these four nostalgic trains as they take a 1.5-mile, 20 minute journey around the park. Disembark this authentic steam-powered locomotive on Main Street, U.S.A., Frontierland or Mickey's Toontown Fair. All aboard!
Disney Tip: Use the Walt Disney World Railroad to get from land to land. The train stops near most lands in the park.
 
Disney Trivia: The four trains are named Lilly Belle (named for Walt Disney's wife Lillian), Roy O. Disney (Walt's brother), Roger E. Broggie (Disney Imagineer) and Walter E. Disney.

Walt Disney was a great train aficionado. He had a train, the Carolwood Pacific, in the backyard of his California home. His wife Lillian didn't object to Walt building a railroad in their backyard as long as he didn't disturb her flower garden. Walt built a tunnel so the trains wouldn't disturb her roses.

Liberty Square Attractions

  • Liberty Square Riverboat
    Take a journey back in time aboard this genuine replica of an early American steam ship. Cruise around Tom Sawyer Island as you take in the ambience of the gently-rolling river. If you hear the whistle a-blowin', the ship is a-goin'! Guests are invited aboard this large riverboat for an outdoor scenic boat ride, which offers a unique perspective of Frontierland and Liberty Square as it travels the Rivers of America. Here again the attention to detail found aboard this steam-driven sternwheeler is extraordinary and worth the time to explore.
Disney Tip: Board early if you are interested in taking advantage of the limited seating.

Visit the upper deck for a peek inside the captain's quarters.

 
Disney Trivia: This is one of the original attractions at Magic Kingdom Park which opened on October 1, 1971.

 

  • Mike Fink Keelboats
    Outdoors scenic boat ride aboard a small double-decker boat. Open seasonally
Disney Tip: This rustic trip can be uncomfortable during the middle of the day if the temperatures are bordering on anything that resembles warm.
  • The Hall of Presidents
    Marvel at how theatrical magic brings you up close and personal to all of the Presidents of the United States. This sweeping tribute is a Disney classic. In a one-of-a-kind combination of dazzling widescreen film, breath-taking Audio Animatronics and Disney storytelling, all 43 U. S. presidents gather to hear the words of Abraham Lincoln. Hail to the Chief!  This historical theater presentation is one of most ambitious Audio-Animatronic displays to be found at Walt Disney World. During the performance’s grand finale where a roll call of president’s past and present is given guests will find the attention to detail is extraordinary. Always popular among older guests this sometimes slow moving presentation of the great moments in American history may cause the children and teens in the group to fidget.
Disney Trivia: This is one of the original attractions at the Magic Kingdom® Park which opened on October 1, 1971.

This attraction is inspired by Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln that Disney produced for the 1964-65 World's Fair in New York.

President Lincoln's dialog is based on excerpts from several of his actual speeches.

President George W. Bush and former President Bill Clinton personally recorded their own dialog for this show.

The suit that the Audio-Animatronics figure of President George W. Bush wears is based on his preferences - dark blue with a white shirt - and had to be specially made.

  • The Haunted Mansion
    Make yourself at "tomb sweet tomb" in the home of 999 happy haunts, where there's "always room for one more." Inside, hop on a Doom Buggy to get in the "spirit" of things. Experience the stretching room, the séance and hitchhiking ghosts in this Disney classic. Perhaps no other attraction at Walt Disney World rivals the attention to detail and the special effects seen in this long time favorite. Younger children are often more frighten by the pre-show than anything actually experienced during the ride itself.

    Fast Pass Available
Fantasyland Attractions

  • Cinderella's Golden Carrousel
    Gallop along with Cinderella and her Prince Charming as you take a spin in the shadow of Cinderella Castle. This nostalgic kid-friendly attraction is inspired by the Disney classic "Cinderella." It's a trip toward your happily ever after. A merry-go-round that is truly worthy of Walt Disney World. The elaborately painted horses and the familiar Disney tunes make this a delight to the senses, especially at night.
     

 

 
Disney Tip: Select one of 90 prancing steeds. Choose carefully as no two are alike.
 
Disney Trivia: The idea of having an antique carousel is inspired by Walt Disney's visits to Los Angeles' Griffith Park to take his daughters on the merry-go-round.

This attraction is inspired by the Disney animated classic, "Cinderella" that was released in 1950.

This magnificent carrousel was built in 1917 making it the oldest Walt Disney World® attraction.

  • Cinderella's Castle
    Share the magic with children of all ages who have seen the castle on television, in newspapers and magazines, and have dreamed of finally seeing it in person. Cherish your visit to this world-wide symbol of magic, fantasy and imagination with someone special and create a memory to last a lifetime.
Disney Tip: Cinderella's Royal Table is located upstairs inside the castle.
 
Disney Trivia: Castle designers studied original animation art created for the 1950 Disney animated classic "Cinderella."

Cinderella's Castle is inspired by real-life European castles including Fontainebleau, Versailles and the chateaus of Chenonceau, Chambord and Chaumont.

  • Dumbo the Flying Elephant
    Fly along with Dumbo as he discovers his ability to soar using his oversized ears. Take your own spin around the circus ring as you control how high or low to fly. This endearing attraction is certain to elicit nostalgic smiles from children of all ages who encounter its warm charms. This irresistible flying elephant has been delighting children year after year.
Disney Note: This attraction loads and unloads painfully, insufferably and excruciatingly slow, often making for an unbearable, intolerable and agonizingly long wait at peak times. So if this is on your must see list, do you and yours a favor and hit this one early.
 
Disney Tip: This is a great attraction to visit early in the morning or during parades since it is very popular.

Often times it is debated as to whether Dumbo is worth the wait. It’s your vacation you be the judge. One thing that can help is the “Chuck Bubba Relay” as described in Bob Sehlinger’s book “The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World” It is performed as follows:
One parent will wait in line with bubba. The other parent allows a certain number of people to get in front of them (30 in the case of Dumbo) and then gets in line. When Bubba finishes his ride they then exit and little Bubba is passed to the other parent. Bubba can enjoy two Dumbo’s for the price of one wait.

Look for the nearby trio of elephant topiaries.

Disney Trivia: The 1941 animated classic, "Dumbo" earned an Academy Award® for best musical score of a motion picture.
  • It's a Small World
    Take the legendary boat ride around the globe on this musical tour of nations. Hundreds of international dolls sing and dance to the famous "it's a small world" medley. After it's over, just try to get that tune out of your head. Despite the mind-bending song that will reverberate in your head for weeks this ride still holds a nostalgic appeal and is worthwhile. A great place to cool off and the quick loading format ensures that the wait is never very long.
Disney Tip: Look for such globally recognized landmarks as the Taj Mahal, the Eiffel Tower and Big Ben.

If lines are long, pick up snacks to keep little ones happy while waiting for this children's favorite

 
Disney Trivia: This attraction was originally created by Walt Disney for the 1964 New York World's Fair.
  • Mad Tea Party
    Take a whirl on this wonderfully wacky tea party that is right out of The Mad Hatter and the March Hare's "Unbirthday" party in Disney's "Alice in Wonderland." This colorful, musical party ride lets you decide whether to spin wildly or remain gentle. If spinning is your cup of tea, you'll be dizzy with laughter.
Disney Tip: Spin the wheel to add a new level of excitement.

Don't turn the wheel at all for a gentler experience.

 
Disney Trivia: "Alice in Wonderland" was one of Walt Disney's favorite boyhood stories.

 

  • Mickey's PhilharMagic
    Be dazzled by this immersive attraction that bursts forth with amazement from one of the largest seamless screens in the world! It stars Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and other beloved Disney favorites in a hilarious adventure through movies, music and mayhem. Experience Characters you love in a whole new dimension! This rollicking, frolicking 3-D "sym-funny" of surprises is guaranteed to delight the whole family.
Disney Tip: Don't forget to pick up your 3-D glasses on the way in.
 
Disney Trivia: Donald's voice in the show was created out of classic performances by Clarence (Ducky) Nash, the original voice of Donald Duck.

The original animator of Lumiere for Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" was brought back to animate him for Mickey's PhilharMagic.

This attraction is the newest adventure in Fantasyland

The show is in the same theater as the Mickey Mouse Revue, in which Mickey made his Magic Kingdom debut as an orchestra conductor..

  • Peter Pan's Flight
    Sail away aboard a flying galleon and follow Peter Pan on a whimsical journey into Never Land. Refuse to grow up as you navigate by the second star on the right to float above the glittering lights of moonlit London. Glide above mermaids, Indians and by Hook as he tries to escape the snapping jaws of an alligator. "Come on everybody, here we go!"

    Fast Pass Available
Disney Tip: Due to this attraction’s enduring popularity lines build fast, so consider utilizing the FastPass feature.

Watch cars drive along London Bridge from high above the city.

 
Disney Trivia: This is one of the original attractions at Magic Kingdom® Park which opened on October 1, 1971.

The popular girl's name "Wendy" was actually invented for the character of Wendy in the play, "Peter Pan" (1904) by author J. M. Barrie.

  • Snow White's Scary Adventures
    Ride on one of the dwarfs' mine cars into Snow White's adventures as the Evil Queen pursues Snow White into scenes from the animated film. Be there as the Evil Queen transforms into a grizzled old hag. Get tempted by the poison apple. Beware falling rocks!
Disney Trivia: Each of the vehicles is named for a different dwarf.

When Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was released it was the most successful film of all time.

  • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
    Visit all your friends from the Hundred-Acre Wood for a "hunny" of an adventure. It's the ride in which you get put in the middle of Pooh's blustery day. You'll bounce along with Tigger. Float through a floody place with Piglet. Even enter the mysterious world of Heffalumps and Woozles. It's a willy nilly silly good time.

    Fast Pass Available
Disney Tip: If lines are long, pick up snacks to keep little ones happy while waiting for this children's favorite.
 
Disney Trivia: This attraction opened June 5, 1999.

The characters from The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh were created by English humorist and author A. A. Milne in a series of stories about a boy, Christopher Robin, and his stuffed bear.

Mickey's Toontown Fair Attractions

  • Donald's Boat
    Climb aboard this grounded boat that's a treat for big and little squirts alike. The good times never dry up at this antic-filled water play area. Pull on the ship's whistle and trigger the water spouts up on deck. So much fun that you are sure to "quack" up. Kids are automatically drawn to this interactive fountain and playground featuring a very leaky boat owned by Donald. They can be seen and heard running from one squirting water leak to the next laughing, playing and, oh yes, getting wet. Great break on hot days so either strip the young ones down to the bare minimum or plan ahead and bring a bathing suit and towel.
Disney Tip: Look for Donald's laundry hanging from the boat's rigging.

Bring an extra change of clothing for youngsters who like to play in the water.

If you see water headed toward you and you don't want to get wet, remember to "duck!"

Look for the masthead of Miss Daisy herself.

 
Disney Trivia: Donald Duck's middle name is Fauntleroy.
  • Mickey's Country House
    Take a wacky walking tour of Mickey's bedroom, living room, kitchen, game room and garden. The star's abode is filled with hilarious details and interactive elements that are a delight for children of all ages. See ya real soon! A self guided tour through
Disney Note: This attraction loads and unloads painfully, insufferably and excruciatingly slow, often making for an unbearable, intolerable and agonizingly long wait at peak times. So if this is on your must see list, do you and yours a favor and hit this one early.
 
Disney Tip: Treat yourself to a personal meeting with Mickey Mouse! He always finds time to meet with favorite friends in his dressing room at the Judge's Tent.

Don't miss the nearby Pete's Garage and Judge's Tent for photo opportunities.

Don't be shy. Go ahead and play with the refrigerator and microwave.

Disney Trivia: Mickey Mouse's first movie role was in "Steamboat Willie" in 1928.
  • Minnie's Country House
    Mickey Mouse's country neighbor and long-time gal pal invites you on a tour of her ultra-feminine, totally Minnie bungalow. From the tip top of her heart-shaped weathervane to cartoon plush furniture, everything says "welcome" and "fun." You may even run into Minnie herself in her backyard gazebo. Minnie happy returns!
Disney Tip: Look for her fun book collection featuring such classics as "Daniel Toon."

Don't be shy. Push the button on Minnie's answering machine!

Don't forget your cameras and autograph books.

 
Disney Trivia: Minnie Mouse's film debut was in "Steamboat Willie" in 1928.
  • The Barnstormer at Goofy's Wiseacre Farm
    Climb aboard Goofy's crop-duster for a ride around the cornfields. This kooky kid-friendly coaster is a kick! Take off from Goofy's barn, zip your way around a fun-filled course and see if you can make a landing without setting off those chickens!


    This creatively themed and visually appealing attraction draws kids to it like a magnet, which makes it hard to pass up.

    Very short roller coaster ride that clocks in at just under 60 seconds of thrill. This less than a minute of Disney magic can cost upwards of an hour or more wait during peak times. Now your rational mind might be telling you that it is simply not worth the wait.

    However, unless you want to come off like the Grinche that stole Disney you can either lie to your children by telling them that Mickey’s Toontown suffered a terrible industrial accident and will be closed for the duration of their childhood or you can beat it over to this attraction just as early as you can.

    Height Requirement: 35 inches / 89 cm

Disney Note: On a recent trip to Walt Disney World we endured the wait at the Barnstormer and when it was our turn found ourselves seated in the second row. Much to our surprise and delight Goofy himself came up the exit ramp and jumped in the seat in front of us. Well needless to say that this was one minute of magic that our four-year old is still talking about.
 
Disney Tip: Here are two tips from Goofy: Make sure you clear the hairballs out of your intake valve and don't land on any aircraft terriers!
 
Disney Trivia: Mickey's Toontown Fair contains its own radio station located in a chicken coop at Goofy's Wiseacre Farm. WACKY Radio is hosted by Red Barns, "the rowdiest rooster on radio" who plays "All Country — All The Toon!"

Goofy first appeared in 1932 in the animated short "Mickey's Revue." There were 48 Goofy cartoons created primarily in the 1940s and 50s.

  • Toontown Hall Of Fame
    Several of the Disney Characters including Minnie can be found here in three separate greeting areas. Minnie's Famous Pals, Storybook Friends and Pooh's Hundred Acre Friends.
  • Walt Disney World Railroad
    Ride the rails aboard one of these four nostalgic trains as they take a 1.5-mile, 20 minute journey around the park. Disembark this authentic steam-powered locomotive on Main Street, U.S.A., Frontierland or Mickey's Toontown Fair. All aboard!
Disney Tip: Use the Walt Disney World Railroad to get from land to land. The train stops near most lands in the park.
 
Disney Trivia: The four trains are named Lilly Belle (named for Walt Disney's wife Lillian), Roy O. Disney (Walt's brother), Roger E. Broggie (Disney Imagineer) and Walter E. Disney.

Walt Disney was a great train aficionado. He had a train, the Carolwood Pacific, in the backyard of his California home. His wife Lillian didn't object to Walt building a railroad in their backyard as long as he didn't disturb her flower garden. Walt built a tunnel so the trains wouldn't disturb her roses.

Tomorrowland Attractions

  • Astro Orbiter
    Swirl amongst the brightly-colored planets in this fun take on the future of space travel. This colorfully kinetic space adventure takes you for a spin over Tomorrowland. Choose your own angle on the soaring views as you control how high to pilot your craft. 5... 4... 3... 2... 1... Lift off!
Disney Note: Despite the view and the thrill it still might not merit the wait however. Slow loading causes the waits to be excruciatingly long most of the time.

 The elevator ride to the elevated loading platform plus the fast circling and highflying rocket ships makes for a dizzying flight for those that may not have the right stuff. This warning is for preschoolers and some adults alike.

 
Disney Tip: This is an exciting attraction for kids since there is no height requirement.

You control this interactive attraction with the lever at the front of the rocket. The lever controls the up and down motion of the vehicle.

 
Disney Trivia: Did you know that this attraction is based on the classic Disneyland park attraction, The Rocket Jets?
  • Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin
    Be a junior Space Ranger and pilot your Star Cruiser through imaginative, immersive worlds. You are the pilot as you careen through a comical cosmos! Go on a daring space mission to save the toy universe from the sinister Emperor Zurg. Spin and fire your personal laser cannon to score points. Good luck, Space Rangers! This very enjoyable interactive indoor ride allows riders to help Buzz Lightyear defeat the evil Emperor Zurg by shooting laser guns at targets scattered throughout the ride. Each car is equipped with a joystick for positioning and individual lasers that have separate displays that record your score.

    Fast Pass Available
Disney Tip: Watch for "Z's" while scouring the universe for targets.
 
Disney Trivia: Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin went to infinity and beyond by being named the 2004 Disney Magazine Reader's Choice Award winner for Best Magic Kingdom Park Attraction for Young Kids!
  • Space Mountain
    Dare to be a rocket jockey and blast into the outer-galaxy past shooting stars and other-worldly celestial satellites. Twist and turn in a tumult of fun as you launch into the inky blackness of the nether reaches of space. It's one giant leap for fun!
    To classify this attraction simply as a roller coaster in the dark, while accurate, it is a vast understatement. Creatively themed to simulate a space flight to the furthest reaches of the galaxy with all its teeth rattling jerks and turns has thrilled generation after generation of guests.

    Minimum height requirement 44 inches / 112 cm
    Fast Pass Available
Disney Tip: Space explorers who opt out of visiting Space Mountain might want to visit the nearby Tomorrowland Arcade to wait for the rest of their party.

If you don't want to ride this attraction but still want to catch a sneak peak, ride the Tomorrowland Transit Authority. It goes right through Space Mountain.

 
Disney Trivia: This is Disney's first Space Mountain. Now Space Mountain is a popular attraction in Paris, Tokyo and in Anaheim, California.
  • Stitch's Great Escape!
    Report for duty as a new security recruit in the Galactic Federation Prisoner Teleport Center. Your job? Guard Experiment 626, the six-limbed alien known as "Stitch" with an appetite for chaos and the uncanny ability to wreak havoc wherever he goes. Be prepared for hilarious high-jinks when Stitch unleashes his naughty self in this out-of-control, high-energy escapade complete with sights, sounds and — ewwwww —smells! You're in the midst of the mayhem and you never know when — and where — Stitch will appear next!


    Height Requirement: 40 inches/ 102 cm
    Fast Pass Available
Disney Tip: You may ride in either direction down Main Street, U.S.A.
 
Disney Trivia: The figure of Stitch is one of the most advanced Audio-Animatronics figures ever created by Disney Imagineers.

The alien language seen in the Prisoner Teleport Center is an actual alphabet that can be decoded into English. It was designed by Walt Disney Imagineers.

Weighing over 1,600 pounds each, the "plasma cannons" that track Stitch's DNA were inspired by devices from the Walt Disney Pictures animated comedy "Lilo & Stitch."

Ewww! Stitch is the first Audio-Animatronics character that spits!

  • The Timekeeper
    Hang on for a stunning visual odyssey across time and space in this multi-media show with 360-degree images, in-theater effects and Audio-Animatronics. Featuring some of your favorite movie stars, this 20-minute innovative Disney theater show leaves you breathless. No passports required. This 360 Circle-Vision show with its special effects, humanoid host (Timekeeper) and robot (9-Eye) is possibly the best kept secret in all of the Magic Kingdom. This attraction is a great place to head to during the hotter part of the day. The 1,000 seat theater swallows up large numbers of guests, so waits are usually never too long.
Disney Note: This attractions is often closed during slower seasons of the year.

Due to the nature of Circle Vision 360° film presentation, there is no seating in this show. There are guide rails to lean against if you feel the need.

 
Disney Trivia: The Timekeeper attraction at Walt Disney World® is a descendant of the film attraction Le Visionarium at Disneyland Paris.

Real-life people represented in this show include: Mozart, Leonardo da Vinci, Jules Verne and H.G. Wells.
  • Tomorrowland Indy Speedway
    Burn up the track in this pint-sized version of a raceway. Real gas-powered cars can be driven by anyone tall enough to reach the pedal. Steer and control the speed of your own racecar as you "lap" up the excitement of this thrilling speedway.
    Height Requirement: 52" (132 cm) or taller to ride alone
Disney Tip: It's a good idea to bring a bottle of water with you as you wait for the big race.
 
Disney Trivia: Al Unserbot is the official host of the Tomorrowland Indy 500.

Did you know that a checkered flag is waved at every driver who finishes at the end of the race? Frequently the flag is given to the winning driver as a memento.

  • Tomorrowland Transit Authority
    Ride into the future and take a breezy tour of Tomorrowland. Visit the inside of many of the area's fun attractions for an exciting glimpse behind the scenes. Next stop — the future! This linear induction-powered transit system allows guest to take a leisurely scenic tour of Tomorrowland. A great relaxing treat especially during the middle of the day. The loading and unloading are extremely efficient, so the wait is never long.
Disney Tip: This attraction takes a tour inside Space Mountain and Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin.
 
Disney Trivia: This attraction opened on June 11, 1994.

The vehicles move at an average speed of about seven miles per hour.

Tomorrowland Transit Authority received the 2004 Disney Magazine Reader's Choice Award for Most Underrated Attraction at Magic Kingdom Park!

The complete tour of Tomorrowland takes about ten minutes.

  • Walt Disney's Carousel Of Progress
    Enjoy an involving stage show in this famed revolving theater. Take a journey with an American family as it experiences technological changes throughout the twentieth century. Humorous family moments reveal how life has gotten easier and more fun.

Disney Note: This attractions is often closed during slower seasons of the year.

Plan to spend at least 20 minutes in the show.

 
Disney Trivia: The show's original theme song "There's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow" and its newly-penned "Now is the Time" were both written by the Oscar-winning Sherman Brothers.

In case you wondered: The parents' names are John and Sara, the children's names are Patricia and Jimmy and the uncle's name is Orville.

Walt Disney created this show for the 1964-65 New York World's Fair. It played at Disneyland from 1967 until 1973, when it was moved to the Magic Kingdom. Later the show was rewritten and restaged as Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress.




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