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Must Dos at Magic Kingdom

Going to Disney World can be a struggle and chaotic if you've never been before, so here is part 1 of 4 in my Must Dos in Disney Series.

Rides

The good thing about Magic Kingdom is that there is something for every kid to enjoy no matter what. If you're going with littler children, I would suggest rides like Prince Charming Regal Carousel, Tomorrowland Speedway, or Dumbo the Flying Elephant. Rides that are enjoyable for kids in the middle or kids who aren't quite ready for fast coasters are things like Peter Pan's Flight, it's a Small World, Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, and The Barnstormer. Finally, for the kids who like thrill rides or speed, I suggest Space Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain, Splash Mountain, Haunted Mansion and Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. Either way, there's fun for everyone.

Food

Now, normally when I go to any of the parks, I like to take snacks just so I don't have to eat every meal there and spend a ton, but the restaurants that I like to go to are Casey's corner and Cosmic Ray's. Being a really picky eater, these places are nice to go to because there is something for everyone. As for dessert, I love a good Dole Whip, and you can find those at Aloha Isle.

Shows

As for shows, my favorite one here has to be Mickey's PhilharMagic. There's also Country Bear Jamboree, Hall of Presidents, and Enchanted Tiki Room. Finally, there are some shows that are also rides as well but I decided to count them as shows because that's what they mostly are. Things like Carousel of Progress fit into this category. Either way, all of these shows are great for anyone and are a good way to get into some AC on a hot day in Florida.

Characters

This is a helpful section if you have kids who absolutely love characters, like that's all they want to do is meet them. It's also a great time killer if you're waiting for your next lightning lane with nothing to do in between. Whether you're meeting Mickey in the Town Square Theater, seeing Stitch in Tomorrowland, meeting your favorite princesses at the Princess Fairytale Hall, or any character you happen to run into, it'll be a good memory for your children and an overall good time.

© 2022 Kendal Whelan

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