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The Top 10 Things You Can’t Miss In Fantasyland

Be Our Guest

10. Be Our Guest Although it is a restaurant rather than a ride or character meet-and-greet, we simply could not leave “Be Our Guest” off our list of must-see items in Fantasyland. This new restaurant is absolutely breathtaking, and the amount of detail found around every corner is astounding. In addition to the amazing atmosphere, the food at this eatery ...

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The Top 10 Things You Can’t Miss In Fantasyland

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1. Prince Charming Regal Carrousel This classic Disney ride simply must be experienced. Being the oldest ride in Walt Disney World, it holds a special place in our hearts. Additionally, the gorgeous artwork displayed all around the ride is fun to admire as you gallop in circles to the sound of the most magical Disney music. This ride has no ...

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The Top 10 Things You Can’t Miss In Fantasyland

Dumbo Flying Elephant

2. Dumbo the Flying Elephant Another Magic Kingdom classic, “Dumbo the Flying Elephant” is great fun for both kids and kids-at-heart. After all, who wouldn’t love flying around in circles on the back of an elephant? To make a good thing even better, the ride now includes an incredible playground for the kids to play on in lieu of queuing ...

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The Top 10 Things You Can’t Miss In Fantasyland

Princess Fairytale Hall

3. Princess Fairytale Hall There is nothing quite like a good character meet-and-greet, and in our opinion, “Princess Fairytale Hall” is a fantastic option. The royal hall looks just like one might imagine, with plush carpets and beautiful chandeliers. The available princesses do change from time to time, but there is always a sign informing guests of who to expect, ...

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The Top 10 Things You Can’t Miss In Fantasyland

5. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Utilizing a fun “bouncing track” technology, as well as some pretty cool rain effects, we think “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” is a pretty neat dark ride. It is great for families, as it will appeal to a wide range of ages, and the queue is pretty amazing for little ...

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The Top 10 Things You Can’t Miss In Fantasyland

Philharmagic

6. Mickey’s Philharmagic “Mickey’s Philharmagic” is an amazing 4D adventure which follows Donald Duck through an assortment of popular Disney movies. It feature familiar music and characters, and quite a few little surprises. This is a super fun way to get out of the heat and enjoy a show without using up an entire afternoon. This attraction has no height requirement. ...

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The Top 10 Things You Can’t Miss In Fantasyland

7. Peter Pan’s Flight A beautiful and whimsical dark ride, “Peter Pan’s Flight” is sure to please everyone in your party. Riders board a small pirate ship and are immediately whisked away on a flying adventure over London and through Neverland. The ride is colorful and fun, and allows guests to be transported to the world of Peter Pan. As ...

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The Top 10 Things You Can’t Miss In Fantasyland

7 Dwarfs

8. Seven Dwarves Mine Train “Seven Dwarves Mine Train” may be a short ride, but it is packed full of fun. The hills are just the right size to give a small thrill without being scary, and the rocking cars add an interesting element to the experience. Additionally, the animatronics are top-notch, and we love the tribute to the former ...

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The Top 10 Things You Can’t Miss In Fantasyland

Enchanted Tales with Belle

9. Enchanted Tales With Belle “Enchanted Tales with Belle” is a truly magical experience, and highly recommended for anyone with kids. The attraction is filled with all sorts of clever little touches. The magic mirror is truly a sight to behold, as are the talking/moving Lumiere and Wardrobe characters. During the experience, the children (and a few adults) in the ...

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The Top 10 Things You Can’t Miss In Fantasyland

it's a small world

4. It’s a Small World “It’s a Small World” is an adorable ride with a very rich history. While the Magic Kingdom version of the ride opened in 1971, the original ride was first seen by the public at the 1964 World’s Fair. Since then, the ride has been enchanting audience after audience in five locations around the world. Considering ...

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