Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom

(407) 824-2222

311 World Drive, Bay Lake, FL | Directions   32830

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Reviews for Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Thieves Lurk in DISNEY – My family went up to magic kingdom for fourth of july we are annual passholders and dvc members well we knew the park was going to be packed for fourth of july so we just decided to take it easy and just relax. On july 6th we went to magic kingdom at night we had our stroller decorated for fourth of july with ribbons and garland we also had our diaper bag in the basket under the stroller. We had a fastpass for peter pan and there was a parade going on so the line for peter pan was not even 5 minutes. We parked our decorated stroller in the designated stroller parking with our diaper bag we werent gone more then 5 minutes when we returned our stroller was gone. There was a lady moving strollers around to accomadate other strollers so we looked around maybe it was placed somewhere else nothing it was taken. Along with our 300$ stroller our 50.00$ diaper bag our 300$ iphone and our 400$ camara along with my husbands pin lanyard with 200$ worth of pins along with our babies medicine and clothes and bottles. When we told the cast member that was moving strollers around she looked around the strollers nothing then finally she called security which took 30 minutes to get there by that time whoever lowlife stole our stroller was gone from the park well the security did nothing gave us a little paper with lost and found number. Needless to say we left orlando with no stroller camara or iphone or babies stuff... who would do such a thing and most importantly why didnt disney do more? We are never going back .. i find it disturbing to go to these parks again and having to worry while im on a ride if someone is going to steal my babies stroller we are also cancelling our dvc membership. I wanted to post this to alert parents to please be carefull when you go to these parks if something happens to any of your belongings DISNEY WILL NOT HELP... i just dont see how this can happen in a FAMILY PARK... if it was just another stroller then i could understand that maybe someone mistoke it for theres but our stroller was unique it had red white and blue garland everywhere red white and blue bows no one could mistake that for theres. Now we have to pay for another stroller another phone and later on another camara when we just dont have the money and disney all along has done nothing.. All our pictures are gone they can not be replaced we have pictures of our baby in there that can not be replaced... PARENTS PLEASE BE ADVISED THIEVES DO LURK IN DISNEY...

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Simply amazing – Words cannot describe the magic of this theme park it truly earns the name Magic Kingdom. I visited the park with my nieces and nephews last month and I was so pleased I didn't want to leave. The rides were classic. The atmosphere was magic. I truly did feel like a child again. I would recommend this Theme Park to the young and the young at heart.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

There is a reason it is called the Happiest Place on Earth – There is no place like the Magic Kingdom. No other theme park can come close to this park. The castle is spectacular, the rides are classic, the atmosphere is like nothing you have ever seen. Everyone in the world should have the chance to see the Magic Kingdom in their lifetime. It is something you will never forget.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Walt Disney World is the ultimate family vacation! – I am going to Walt Disney World in December for the 27th time since 1974. I live in a northern state so it takes more than a short trip to get there...but it's worth it! The Magic Kingdom is the quintessential amusement park; it makes everyone of every age feel like a kid again. There are cute attractions for kids like the Dumbo ride, family attractions such as Mickey's PhilharMagic, and high-speed adventure on such rides as Great Thunder Mountain Railroad and Space Mountain. We used to take our two sons in the 1970's and 1980's, now we're having a ball taking our grandkids. We used to stay in hotels outside of the park until we found out what a great deal you could get staying in WDW. It just makes the experience that much more enjoyable. We'll never outgrow Walt Disney World!! I can't wait for December!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

BEST THEME PARK IN THE WORLD!!!!! – well the first time i went i was 2 months old. i have a picture of me in mickey mouses dressing room...with him holding me. when i was about 6 yrs old we went EVERY weekend as a family. then when we stopped going i was so upset i cried because i "missed" mickey. disney is a magical expierence for any age. im a teenager and i choose to go there with my friend for my birthday this year. it is one of the cleanest places ive been and the staff is usually very polite...i love how the rides havent changed since i was a child. i would reccomend that you start planning your vacation there right now!!! your child meeting cinderella, mickey, or buzz lightyear will probabally make their year...make sure to catch the parades, in the one around noon or so they even ask kids to praticipate. the fireworks and spectro magic parade are also amazing. 2 thumbs up

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Overall Awesome – Me and my family which includes an 8 yr old and a 7 yr old went to Disney for the first time. We stayed the week and had the best time of our life. Of all the parks Magic Kingdom was the best. It was crowded but fastpass worked great. I would definately recommend taking advantage of this feature. Get your fastpass and then go on other rides and come back during the alloted time and theres no waiting. Souveniers were expensive as well as the food but all in all it was worth the price to see the looks on our childrens faces. Make a reservation for "character dining" and eat with the characters and get their autographs. This was the best part for the kids. The park was the cleanest of any amusement park we've been to. The parades and fireworks are also the best we've ever seen. The only part we disliked was getting into the park through those turnstiles with our cards and the fingerprints. It didn't work half the time and held up the line. The "extra magic hours" was also nice for those that are staying at a Disney Resort. It's still a long wait for the more popular rides but not as bad as during the day. Hopefully we will return if we can afford it.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best theme park hands down!! – This is the greatest theme park ever! Its for kids 1-100...Magic Kingdom it magic, I can't wait to see my 6yr old daughters eyes when we walk into the park. It an awe everyone should feel in there lifetime. Its true it can get crowded and hot, but go in off season, don't be stupid and go during spring break and then dis the park because of lines. I have gone in January (great time to go), August ( very hot time) and October x2 (the best time) and I'm planning our trip next year in October again. Pirates of the Carribbien was my favorite ride, in Octber we went on it 4x in a row with no waiting! Food and souviniers can be expensive, so be prepared. We rarely ate at the parks and avoided the big food bills. You need to experience the total Disney expeirence by staying at the resort, the magic extends to the hotels as well, althought I have never stayed at one of the expensive hotels, I have stayed at the moderate price ones and they are just as magical. This park has to be seen by all, the best theme park by far!!!!!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

The Magic In Magic Kingdom – Everytime I go to Magic Kingdom I am brought back to the magic of being a young child dreaming of my prince. I have now married my prince (for 25 years) and we come at lease twice a year...It is truly magical

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

The new Pirates of the Caribbean ride isn't what it's hyped up to be – I went to the Magic Kingdom just this past week. I found that the less thrilling rides were the most fun to me. I completely avoided Splash Mountain and Thunder Mountain, while I only got to ride Space Mountain once (because I got a fast pass~). The rides meant for children seemed too frightening in my opinion. For example, in the Peter Pan, Winnie the Pooh, and Snow White rides, you're in complete darkness almost the entire time and can hear children screaming around you. (I think these were partially meant to scare, but Disney shouldn't be THIS scary for little kids). These were actually my favorite rides, though, as well as the transit in Tomorrowland. It's a 10-minute ride around Tomorrowland and is very relaxing. Disney has hyped up the new Pirates of the Caribbean ride with all the news that Jack Sparrow and Cap. Barbossa have been added. Don't be misled to believe it's a cool, new ride; it's not. The only differences are Jack Sparrow popping out of barrels in random places, and Barbossa standing on a ship. The food was expensive, but I was more than happy to eat with Pinocchio while waving at the boats passing by on the "it's a small world" ride. My biggest complaint is that the rides need to be updated. Many haven't been updated in SO many years it's painfully obvious.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

BEST EXPERIENCE OF YOUR LIFE!! – I have been to Disney World 10 times in the past 18 years and never regreted one trip. The food is great. Pick from hundreds of restaurants in epcot. All of them are great i like the intalian pavilion. It's a great place for play and formal gatherings! My family and i enjoy it a lot. It's worth the money and time! It's a worldwide favorite so what is there to regret? NOTHING!

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