Once you go down Main Street, there’s a hub right in front of Cinderella Castle that leads you to all of the lands of Magic Kingdom, making it fairly easy to navigate.
Get some Magic Kingdom maps to help you during your trip.
Disney’s official Magic Kingdom park map
When you enter Magic Kingdom, you can pick up a park map on your way in, or…
…you can download one before your trip to study how it’s all laid out before you get there.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Character Map
Magic Kingdom hosts a couple of parties every year, one of those being the very popular Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. They have special maps during the parties that show you where all the party exclusive stuff can be found, but we like to enhance it a bit by labeling the character locations:
Shortcut Magic Kingdom maps
Though the hub-and-spoke layout of the park makes it fairly easy to navigate, there are a couple of shortcuts you might consider when you’re there.
When you’re trying to navigate between Main Street and Tomorrowland, there’s no need to go through the hub to do that.
You can cut through Tomorrowland Terrace restaurant area to get between instead. As a bonus, it’s mostly covered which is a great chance to get out of the sun or rain.
Over in Frontierland, there’s a path along the water that’s often much easier to use than the often-busy main area that people use to navigate.
This an especially great way to go if your touring plan has you going from Haunted Mansion to Splash Mountain or Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
Magic Kingdom Transportation Map
Navigating to and from Magic Kingdom can be a bit tricky, but we have a map that shows you what all your options are:
Get more info on Magic Kingdom
To learn more about Magic Kingdom, be sure to check out our Complete Guide to Magic Kingdom which includes info on parking, rides, when to visit, touring plans, dining, navigation, and special events.