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THE MAGIC KINGDOM RAILROAD AFTER DARK

Arriving at the gates of The Magic Kingdom after dark is a whole new experience.  Against a night sky the soft daytime hues of the train station disappear under the warm glow of it’s decorative lights.  Walt Disney World…

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MY FIRST VISIT TO MAGIC KINGDOM PARK

At four years old my first visit to The Magic Kingdom was during the park’s golden age.  I have wonderful memories of the gleaming white spires of the original Tomorrowland, the amazing lagoon in Fantasyland, the submarines of 20,000…

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DISNEY CHARACTERS OF CENTRAL PLAZA

Minnie Mouse – still covered in rain drops after a storm and the adorable Brer Rabbit. A classic Donald Duck. Goofy – one of our favourite Meet and Greet characters. Dumbo and the tiny Timothy Q. Mouse. Pinocchio with…

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THE LITTLE MERMAID CASTLE

Atmosphere has always been strong at Magic Kingdom Park.  Being able to step into the fantasy is what makes the experience so unique.  Though I’ve been often, my heart still skips a beat every time I find myself on…

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FANTASYLAND STATION AT MAGIC KINGDOM PARK

My husband and I wandered into the new Storybook Circus while on a train ride that was temporarily holding at Fantasyland Station.  It wasn’t part of our plan in that moment – but the vintage looking table umbrellas pulled…

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THE WALT DISNEY WORLD RAILROAD

Thank goodness for Walt Disney’s love of steam trains. Without it, this delightful attraction at Magic Kingdom Park might not have been. The railroad station is the first landmark park guests see – in all of it’s glorious turn…

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THE ENCHANTED TIKI GARDEN

When I’m at Magic Kingdom Park I can’t seem to walk down Main Street, U.S.A and continue through Cinderella Castle.  I always turn left and head straight to Adventureland. It’s Walt Disney’s genius and the talent of so many…

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MAGIC KINGDOM MOMENTS

Still my favourite view – the Rivers of America from Frontierland. There was a time at Walt Disney World when experiences weren’t divided by pirates or princesses – they were all Magic Kingdom moments.  As a little girl I…