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Disney's Magic Kingdom Park & Discount Ticket Information 

Open Daily: 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. (Closing times may vary by season & are subject to change)
Best Time to Visit: 
January 8 - March 1 & August 15 - November 15
Address: 1180 Seven Seas Dr, Lake Buena Vista, FL
Magic Kingdom Park Map

Walt Disney World® Resort’s Magic Kingdom® in Orlando is the world’s most famous theme park, and for good reason. Across its six enchanted lands, more than 40 timeless attractions, wondrous character encounters, imaginative dining and surprises galore will leave no doubt that you’ve arrived at “The Most Magical Place on Earth,” where dreams come true and exciting adventures are just a smile away!

Your first stop is Main Street U.S.A., filled with bespoke shops and the first of three stops for the Walt Disney World Railroad. Climb aboard the steam-powered train for a fast-paced overview of the park, or head out on foot to see what you’ll discover — there’s no “wrong way” when you’re at Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Head to the right, and you’ll find yourself in Magic Kingdom’s salute to the future, Tomorrowland. Here, you can reach for the stars on fun rides like Space Mountain and Astro Orbiter, or set a slower pace at Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress. And when you’re ready to relax, Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover will keep you moving while you rest.  

Next up is Fantasyland, home to Cinderella Castle and a stop on the Walt Disney World Railroad. Fairy tales become real here, thanks to classic attractions like Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Peter Pan’s Flight, Dumbo the Flying Elephant and others. It also features what is arguably Disney’s most iconic ride of all time: It’s a Small World! 

From there, it’s a quick ride on the Walt Disney World Railroad to Frontierland, where Big Thunder Mountain and Splash Mountain compete to see which can give you bigger thrills. (Just be warned that you’re going to get wet on the latter!) You can also explore Tom Sawyer Island at your leisure, or grab a seat for the animal antics at Country Bear Jamboree. 

Cross over into Adventureland and you’ll encounter two of the park’s longest-running attractions: Pirates of the Caribbean (featuring Captain Jack Sparrow, no less) and Jungle Cruise. You can also enjoy the unforgettable song stylings of Disney’s playful animatronic birds at Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room, or take a self-guided tour of the Swiss Family Treehouse. 

Not ready to leave? Neither are the 999 happy haunts at The Haunted Mansion — and they never will be! You’ll find them in Liberty Square, where you can also meet with all 45 past and present U.S. leaders at The Hall of Presidents. Throughout Magic Kingdom’s lands, you’ll encounter beloved characters, unique retailers, a wide range of dining options and plenty of live entertainment and seasonal events. Speaking of the latter, if you’re visiting during the Halloween or holiday seasons, be sure to nab tickets to two of Orlando’s most exclusive celebrations: Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party!

It’s the one and only place where once-upon-a-time is now and make-believe is real. Order your discounted tickets to Disney’s Magic Kingdom in advance to save time and money, and get ready for a magical adventure you’ll never forget in Orlando!

Getting to Magic Kingdom:

From Orlando International Airport

  • Take SR-528 West 11 miles to I-4 East 
  • Take I-4 East to exit 67
  • Follow the signs to Magic Kingdom Park

From I-4 Eastbound (Disney/Lake Buena Vista/Kissimmee) 

  • Take I-4 East to exit 67
  • Follow the signs to Magic Kingdom Park

From I-4 Westbound (Downtown Orlando) 

  • Take I-4 West to exit 67
  • Follow the signs to Magic Kingdom Park