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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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18 Amazing Facts About the Lands in Disney’s 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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19 Amazing Facts About the Lands in Disney’s Magic Kingdom

Tomorrowland

Tomorrowland 1. The oldest ride in Tomorrowland is actually older 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 consists ...

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18 Amazing Facts About the Lands in Disney’s 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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5 Best Things About Main Street USA in Walt Disney World

MainStCharacterSpot

5. Character Stops As you enter Main Street, you will almost always see characters around, some are scheduled and some are not, so make sure to keep your eyes open. Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto usually always have a meet and greet around Town Square.  Then head over to Town Square Theater to meet Mickey, Tinker Bell and friends. ...

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5 Best Things About Main Street USA in Walt Disney World

Hot Dog Casey's Corner

4. Dining and Snacks No matter what kind of  dining you are looking for on Main Street USA, you can find something to fit your plans. If you want a table service meal with characters, try the Crystal Palace. Here you can have breakfast or lunch with Pooh and his Hundred Acre Woods pals.  If deli sandwiches, salads and burgers ...

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5 Best Things About Main Street USA in Walt Disney World

Main St. USA

2. Shopping There is no shortage of fantastic places to shop on Main Street USA. In fact, this is one of my personal favorite places to shop while in the park. If you are looking for pins, artwork or housewares, try Box Office Gifts. Need some new Mickey Ears, or MagicBands? Visit Curtain Call Collectibles. Want a new Disney hoodie ...

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5 Best Things About Main Street USA in Walt Disney World

Castle Main St. USA

If you want to take a break from the all the rides and hustle of  WDW, take a trip to the turn of the century Main Street USA at Disney World. Here you can enjoy plenty of entertainment, shopping, yummy food and plenty of characters, all with a great view of the castle.  

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5 Best Things About Main Street USA in Walt Disney World

Dapper Dans

1. Entertainment At any given time on Main Street USA, you can watch several different street shows. One of the best is the Dapper Dans. This quartet sings, tap dances and plays the chimes while taking you back to the vaudeville days. The performance lasts about 20 minutes and happens several times a day, so there is sure to be ...

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