We’ve Ranked the Attractions at Magic Kingdom and Here They Are!

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36. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

Hop into an oversized “hunny” pot and take a tour through the Hundred Acre Wood, where Pooh and all his friends live! See Tigger, Piglet, Rabbit, Kanga, Roo, Owl and more as the ride track takes you through memorable scenes from Disney’sThe Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, including the “blustery day” scene, the scene in which Pooh is bounced by Tigger, the “Heffalumps and Woozles” scene, Pooh’s birthday party scene and more!

35. Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade

In Frontierland, you’ll find the Shootin’ Arcade, where you and your “pardners” can test your marksmanship and skill in a shootout set in Tombstone, Arizona, with a replica .54-caliber Hawkins buffalo rifle. To ensure the safety of all Guests and Cast Members, there are no pellets or projectiles from the guns—instead, infrared technology is used, and when a target is “hit,” it will light up and make sounds to alert you that your aim was perfect! At the Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade, you can shoot at jars, a cactus, a bank, a jail, a hotel and more. To play, you’ll need some spare change—one credit will cost you two quarters and entitle you to about 25 shots in the arcade. Who’s got the best shooting skills in your corral?

34. Dumbo the Flying Elephant

Soar over Storybook Circus in your very own gondola, inspired by Disney’s 1941 Dumbo. You and another Guest can fly high or fly low—it’s up to you as you control whether Dumbo soars skyward or flies close to the ground with the handle inside your gondola. There are two sets of Dumbo gondolas, and the entire attraction is reminiscent of the circus of days gone by. The queue is fun too—especially if you have little ones! Arrive at the queue and a Cast Member will give you a pager that serves as a virtual placeholder in line, just like a pager you receive when waiting for a table at a restaurant. While you wait for your pager to buzz, you and your family can enjoy a circus-themed playground under the big tent! It’s air-conditioned and has slides, a climbing net and more so your little monkeys can play while they wait! FastPass+ service is available for this attraction, but you might not want to use it since the queue is an attraction in itself.

33. Liberty Square Riverboat

At Liberty Square, you can board a gorgeous 3-tiered, Colonial America-inspired steam-powered paddler wheeler and take a slow-paced ½-mile tour around Tom Sawyer Island along Disney’s Rivers of America. Disney’s “Liberty Belle” stands 47 feet tall and is quite a grand spectacle. Aboard the Liberty Belle, you will hear narration by American author Mark Twain and see an early American settlement, a Native American village, deer and even some very unique views of Splash Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain and Haunted Mansion. Don’t miss this fun and relaxing 17-minute tour—and don’t worry; there’s never a long wait because so many Guests can board at one time! Step out on the deck and enjoy the sunshine and the breeze!

32. Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse

This attraction was inspired by Disney’s 1960 Swiss Family Robinson, in which a family who is bound for New Guinea falls victim to a shipwreck and is left stranded on an island with no way to leave. They begin to build a life and a new home for themselves on the island, and that home is centered around a huge tree. You and your family can climb and explore all over the treehouse. You’ll see different “rooms” the family built in the house, as well as artifacts and decorations. It’s fun for the whole family, especially families with younger children, and it’s quite the adventure indeed!

31. Tom Sawyer Island

This attraction is perfect for kids of all ages, as well as kids at heart. Guests can get to Tom Sawyer’s Island in Frontierland at Magic Kingdom by boarding a log raft and crossing the Rivers of America. Once there, Guests disembark and enjoy a self-guided tour of the island that draws its inspiration from the works of Mark Twain. Explorers will be excited to see Injun Joe’s Cave. They can also visit Old Scratch’s Mystery Mine and step across an old barrel foot-bridge. Before you head back across the river, be sure to check out the old fort as well.

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