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My ideal Magic Kingdom day – PREP098

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My ideal Magic Kingdom day – PREP098

I always tend to do days at Magic Kingdom pretty much the same way to avoid lines and make sure to fit in all of the attractions there.

Today, I have tips on how to do that for your trip.

I also have news and a tip for parents of little ones.

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These are notes from this episode. There’s much more info included in the audio so be sure to listen to the episode for a better explanation.

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My ideal Magic Kingdom day

  • Start with an early breakfast reservation before the park opens or by arriving about 40 minutes before the park opens to see the opening show
  • Start touring in Fantasyland or Tomorrowland, and then move on to Frontierland or Adventureland. See my Magic Kingdom touring plans for details.
  • Lunch at Columbia Harbour House (Quick Service) and Liberty Tree Tavern (Table Service) are the most enjoyable to me. See the pros and cons of all Magic Kingdom restaurants for more info.
  • After lunch, I like to use FastPass+ reservations and see shows.
  • For an afternoon snack, I’d recommend a Dole Whip at Aloha Isle or an ice cream treat at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor.
  • Watch the Festival of Fantasy Parade from the train station at the front of the park, and then exit the park or take the train to another part of the park.
  • End the day with the Main Street Electrical Parade and Wishes fireworks. See my viewing tips for the best place to position yourself for these.

News

Quick tip of the day

The auto-flush toilets often scare little ones at Disney World, so use the manual flush ones in the Baby Care Centers, or plan to cover the sensors on the toilets with your hand, a Post-it Note, or a sticker.

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Sarah

Monday 14th of September 2015

I am a first timer going in November! I would love to do a podcast with you if you are looking!!!!

Laurie

Wednesday 15th of July 2015

We got an email today saying that there'd be construction at Wilderness Lodge during our stay 9/28/15 to 8/4/15 and that the nature trail would be closed and we may hear construction noise. Are they starting earlier?

Amy

Tuesday 14th of July 2015

Loved this!! We are going in early October. Thanks for the great info!

Mary

Monday 13th of July 2015

Great podcast! Thanks for the info, esp the toilets! We are having our first trip this Dec and thats a life saver right there. :)

Erin Owensby

Monday 13th of July 2015

I have a three year old that is afraid of the automatic toilets, so I always take a strip of toilet paper and lay it over the sensor. Works like a charm!