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The Best Places to Eat Healthy at Disney Parks

Honey Chicken

Although not everyone thinks about eating healthy while on vacation at Disney parks, there are plenty of ways to make sure you can still have delicious foods that are healthy for you. Here are a few options at each of the parks. So enjoy! Animal Kingdom Harambe Fruit Market – Here you can find a wide variety of fresh fruits ...

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20 Amazing Facts About the Lands in Magic Kingdom

Pirates Be Warned Adventureland

Adventureland 17. The Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse is over 60 feet tall, weighs over 200 tons and is made up of concrete and over a thousand leaves. 18. Pirates of the Caribbean was almost the ride that wasn’t. Imagineers thought the attraction wouldn’t be popular in Florida, but guest loved the Disneyland ride so much that they demanded the ride ...

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20 Amazing Facts About the Lands in Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom is made up of six different “lands” that transport you into their own magical world, Main Street USA, Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Liberty Square and Adventureland. Everything from the cast members uniforms to the menus and décor all play a part in helping you experience some Disney magic in each place.  Here are some fun facts about them.

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20 Amazing Facts About the Lands in Magic Kingdom

Tomorrowland

Tomorrowland 1. The oldest ride in Tomorrowland is actually olde r than Tomorrowland. The Carousel of Progress was built for the World’s Fair in 1964. Tomorrowland didn’t even open until 1971. It actually opened before it was finished which wasn’t until 1974. 2. Want to score big on Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin? Aim at the diamond targets. The ride ...

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20 Amazing Facts About the Lands in Magic Kingdom

Fantasyland 5. If you visit Belle in the Enchanted Tales with Belle, take a minute to look at all 12,000 books on the shelves. 6. In the Journey of the Little Mermaid ride, there are over 183 characters in the Under the Sea section.  128 of those are actually featured in the movie. 7. When Snow White’s Adventure was reopened ...

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20 Amazing Facts About the Lands in Magic Kingdom

Big Thunder Railroad

Frontierland 9. The gray wavy concrete that “flows” through Frontierland is to symbolize the Mississippi River. 10. The speed of the drop on Splash Mountain is faster then any drop on Space Mountain. A 40 mph drop will make your day Zippity-Do-Dah! 11. The railroad trains on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad are named I.B. Hearty,      I.M. Brave, I.M. ...

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20 Amazing Facts About the Lands in Magic Kingdom

Liberty Tree Tavern

Liberty Square 12. The Liberty Tree is an over 130 year old Live Oak that was found near the property. Disney moved the tree to use in Liberty Square. You will also see 13 lanterns on the tree. One for each of the 13 colonies. 13. Bill Clinton was actually the first sitting president to record his own voice in ...

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18 Amazing Facts About the Lands in Disney’s Magic Kingdom

Pirates

Adventureland 15. The Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse is over 60 feet tall, weighs over 200 tons and is made up of concrete and over a thousand leaves. 16. Pirates of the Caribbean was almost the ride that wasn’t. Imagineers thought the attraction wouldn’t be popular in Florida, but guest loved the Disneyland ride so much that they demanded the ride ...

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18 Amazing Facts About the Lands in Disney’s Magic Kingdom

Liberty Square 11. The Liberty Tree is an over 130 year old Live Oak that was found near the property. Disney moved the tree to use in Liberty Square. You will also see 13 lanterns on the tree. One for each of the 13 colonies. 12. Bill Clinton was actually the first sitting president to record his own voice in ...

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18 Amazing Facts About the Lands in Disney’s Magic Kingdom

Frontierland

Frontierland 8. The gray wavy concrete that “flows” through Frontierland is to symbolize the Mississippi River. 9. The speed of the drop on Splash Mountain is faster then any drop on Space Mountain. A 40 mph drop will make your day Zippity-Do-Dah! 10. The railroad trains on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad are named I.B. Hearty,      I.M. Brave, I.M. ...

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