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“The Most Magical Place on Earth!” Welcome to Walt Disney World Resort’s Magic Kingdom Park. Here is the latest in Magic Kingdom Park news, dining, attractions, and beyond.

‘Emergency’ Shuts Down Frontierland in Magic Kingdom

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Guests at Magic Kingdom were greeted with an unexpected “event” on Sunday, May 12. An unforeseen problem shut down a large portion of Frontierland for a few hours on Mother’s Day. In the early afternoon, Disney World engineers started popping open manhole covers near the Frontier Trading Post and the home of the Country Bear Jamboree. Shortly after the manhole ...

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Disney Announces Opening Date for Tiana’s Bayou Adventure

Tiana's Bayou Adventure Attraction Poster

Goodbye, Splash Mountain. Hello, Tiana’s Bayou Adventure! For over a year, we’ve waited for this moment, and now it’s finally here! Walt Disney World has released exciting details surrounding the opening of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure at Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World Resort. Although controversially replacing a fan-favorite in Splash Mountain, Tiana’s Bayou Adventure has created a ton of excitement ...

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Disney World Guests Exploiting Virtual Queue System

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Disney World, the beloved vacation destination in Orlando, Florida, is renowned for its enchanting experiences, iconic attractions, and seamless integration of technology to enhance guest experiences. Disney World has four theme parks each seeing hundreds of guests walk through Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. With large crowds heading into the Disney Parks, Disney has invented ...

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Disney World Offers $750 to Ride Its New Tiana Attraction

Big Changes to Tianas Bayou Adventure at Disney Theme Parks

Ever wished you could you be paid to ride theme park attractions? Well, Walt Disney World Resort has an opportunity right now that’s perfect for you. Just over a year ago, Magic Kingdom’s version of Splash Mountain took its final trip to the laughing place. Axed on account of its source material, Song of the South (1946) – which has long been ...

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One & Done: Disney Restaurants We Don’t Need to Try Again

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Throughout the Walt Disney World Resort, countless table service restaurants serve a wide array of cuisines, including everything from traditional American favorites to international delicacies, available to guests. As you sift through which Disney restaurants to enjoy, here are a few we mark as “one and done,”… leading us not to need to try them again. Disney Restaurants Galore Related: ...

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Is It Time To Say Goodbye to Pecos Bill?

Nighttime view of pecos bill tall tale inn and cafe in a theme park, lit up against a dark sky, with people visible in the foreground.

When Walt Disney World Resort’s Magic Kingdom Park opened on October 1, 1971, it completely changed the way families experienced a theme park. The park was full of amazing rides and attractions throughout six lands — Adventureland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Tomorrowland, Liberty Square, and Main Street, U.S.A. Riding all those attractions can work up quite an appetite, so Disney also filled ...

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Official: Disney World Changing Iconic Peter Pan Ride Amid “Racism” Controversy

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Magic Kingdom inside of Walt Disney World Resort is making significant changes to the iconic Peter Pan’s Flight. When Magic Kingdom opened its gates to the public in 1971, it promised a world of enchantment and nostalgia wrapped in the charm of its iconic attractions. Among these original attractions was Peter Pan’s Flight, a ride that allowed Disney World guests ...

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