How To Do Walt Disney World In 5 Days

Magic Kingdom

Day 4.

The Magic Kingdom. It might be tempting to visit this park earlier in your vacation, and you absolutely can if you would like to; after all, this park is the home-base of quintessential Disney magic, and chock-full of Disney classics. Use FastPasses for Splash Mountain and the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad–and Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin, if you’d like some whimsical target practice–and take note of parade times. Other than that, a late dinner reservation at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant is all you need! Many rides like Pirates of the Caribbean and It’s A Small World are indoors, so this park is a great one for resting your feet. Don’t forget to check out Fantasyland’s updates either, of course, and be sure to stay in this park until nighttime, or at least to return to it; the Wishes fireworks, the castle’s lighting, and the complete shift in ambiance all make the Magic Kingdom one that definitely deserves an evening visit.

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