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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.

Have a Bella Notte Dining at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant

Spaghetti

“This is the night, it’s a beautiful night, and they call it bella notte…” Everyone knows the classic song “Belle Notte” from the Disney animated film Lady and the Tramp which plays while the duo of characters share their famous spaghetti kiss in the alley behind a charming Italian restaurant. Tony’s Town Square Restaurant is a recreation of this wonderful ...

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Characters That We Miss in Walt Disney World

Dreamfinder

The Walt Disney World Resort has been delighting Guests for fifty years now and one of the reasons why Guests love to return time and time again is the constant addition of new experiences and attractions to enjoy. While these new experiences are always amazing, they sometimes come at the cost of the removal of other experiences which are dearly ...

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Disney’s Festival of Fantasy Parade returns, but LOOK WHAT’S MISSING from the experience

maleficent dragon festival of fantasy parade

Magic Kingdom welcomed back the Guest-favorite Festival of Fantasy Parade on Wednesday, but Guests who were there for the triumphant return of the magical parade immediately noticed several parade elements were missing or very different. RELATED: Breaking News as Disney’s Festival of Fantasy Parade removes potentially offensive song from parade soundtrack Close your eyes for a moment and think back ...

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Be the Fairest One of All with a Snow White Day in Walt Disney World

Snow White Character

The Walt Disney Company has created some of the most beloved and iconic films of all time, but it was all started with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs — the company’s very first full-length feature film, released in 1937. Running at just over eighty minutes, the animated film introduced beloved characters including Snow White, Dopey, and Grumpy, classic songs ...

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More Severe Flooding: This Time at Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom Flooding

When visiting Walt Disney World, it is always important to remember to pack for the elements. Sunscreen is always essential and during the winter months, a sweater is always advisable. Of course, we would never judge if you “forgot” your sweatshirt and had to buy one at the Parks. And during certain times of the year, an umbrella and/or poncho ...

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Disney World removes potentially offensive song from Festival of Fantasy Parade music

festival of fantasy parade

Yet another reference to the “Song of the South” theme at Splash Mountain has been removed from Disney Parks. We have just learned that Disney World has removed the song “Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah” from its Festival of Fantasy parade soundtrack. RELATED: Festival of Fantasy Parade returns to Magic Kingdom! Disney Parks announced it would be changing the theme at the Splash Mountain attractions ...

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“Paging Mr. Tom Morrow” and the future that never was: details of Tomorrowland at Magic Kingdom

Tomorrowland archway lit up at night

The Magic Kingdom at the Walt Disney World Resort is home to differently themed lands that are completely immersive and transport Guests to different locations both in reality and imagination. Tomorrowland is one of the most popular areas of the Magic Kingdom thanks to several popular attractions and experiences as well as a futuristic, yet classic, theming that whisks Guests ...

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Princess falls flat on her face during live entertainment at Magic Kingdom

mickey's friendship faire

Slowly but surely, more fan-favorite experiences–and some brand-new experiences–are becoming available to Guests at Disney Parks, thanks to a decrease in the average numbers of COVID-19 cases. More restaurants are open at Disney World than at any time since the parks reopened in July 2020, and live entertainment in the parks is back and better than ever. RELATED: Several Disney ...

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