10. History & Family Legacy
For corny Disney fans like me, the family legacy and rich Disney history in the Magic Kingdom may be my favorite part of visiting. I love seeing photos of family vacations to the Magic Kingdom from the 1970s in my Dad’s photo album knowing that I ran through the unchanged Cinderella Castle entrance just last weekend at the Princess Half Marathon. I love the tradition of enjoying a turkey leg in the shade of Frontierland with my grandma and laughing at Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Café over lunch as we recall the nights we sat at the same table with burger in hand, eyes glazed over in exhaustion as we tried to squeeze through the last few minutes of 3:00 A.M. extra magic hours in the Magic Kingdom. The memories families create in the Magic Kingdom and the rich history and meaning of the attractions is the real treasure of the Magic Kingdom.
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