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Step in to a WORLD OF FANTASY where there are SEVEN LANDS of FUN! Here you will discover Main Street,U.S.A. Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Mickey’s Toontown Fair.

When you go through the Magic Kingdom's gates you will be standing on Main Street, U.S.A. where City Hall, the Main Street Vehicles, Walt Disney World Railroad, Town Square Exposition Hall, VMK Central and the Guest Information Board are located. At the end of Main Street, U.S.A. stands Cinderella’s Castle!

CINDERELLA CASTLE is the main entrance to Fantasyland and is the most photographed building at Walt Disney World. It stands 180 ft. tall and the beautiful spires and towers were inspired by the French castles of the 12th and 13th century.

Fun Facts: Castle designers studied original animation art created for the 1950 Disney animated classic "Cinderella".

MAIN STREET, U.S.A. is where we will begin!

City Hall

CITY HALL is home to Guest Relations, Information and Lost & Found. If you have any questions, this is the place to get your answers. If you require assistance with hearing, the assistive listening devices to amplify the sound are available here.

City Hall

is where you can catch a ride in Town Square or in front of Cinderella Castle for your one way trip. Your choice’s are a horsecar, omnibus, jitney, horseless carriage or fire engine. All of them are a great choice! Fun Facts: Many design elements on Main Street, U.S.A. are inspired by Marceline, Missouri, the small town where Walt Disney grew up. Also, the omnibus is modeled after a 1920 New York City Double-Decker.

Catch one of the four WALT DISNEY WORLD RAILROAD’S nostalgic trains as they take 20 minute journey’s around the park. You can catch one of the trains on Main Street, U.S.A., Frontierland or Mickey’s Toontown Fair. Fun Facts: The trains were built between 1916 and 1928 in the United States but were put in to service in Mexico as freight trains for many years. Walt Disney was a Great Train Aficionado. He had a train, the Carolwood Pacific, in the backyard of his California home. His wife, Lillian, didn’t object to Walt building a railroad in their backyard as long as he didn’t disturb her flower garden. So, Walt build a tunnel so the trains wouldn’t disturb her roses. The Disneyworld Trains are named Lilly Belle (after Walt’s wife Lillian), the Roger E. Broggie (Legendary Disney Imaginer), the Roy O. Disney (Walt’s brother Roy) and one named after himself.

Mickey with Camera

TOWN SQUARE EXPOSITION HALL houses Disney’s PhotoPass Center presented by Kodak.

VMK Central

VMK CENTRAL is where you can experience Disney’s Virtual Magic Kingdom online game.


THE GUEST INFORMATION BOARD is the hot spot for tips and show times. If you can’t find what you are looking for here, ask any of the Disney Cast Members, they will be happy to help you.


Lady and the Tramp

TONY’S TOWN SQUARE RESTAURANT is hosted by Buitoni and was inspired by the classic scene from "The Lady and the Tramp" movie. Tony’s Town Square serves antipasto, specialty pastas, pizza, panini and salads.Tip: This Restaurant is centrally located making it is an ideal place to have a meal at the beginning or the end of your Disney Day.


THE MAIN STREET BAKERY is hosted by Nestle Toll House, so you know the cookies, cakes and confections will be yummy!


THE PLAZA ICE CREAM PARLOR is hosted by Edy’s Grand Ice Cream.


THE PLAZA RESTAURANT serves grilled deli-style sandwiches, burgers and hand-dipped ice cream fountain favorites. (I LOVE their Hot Fudge Sundaes!) I hear they make an incredible Banana Split.


CASEY’S CORNER serves hot dogs, french fries and beverages and is hosted by Coca-Cola.

THE CRYSTAL PALACE is where you can enjoy a bountiful buffet with Winnie the Pooh and friends. Pooh and his pals keep an upbeat fun mood from Hundred Acre Wood. Enjoy American favorites, including the famous Sundae Bar.Fun Facts: The Crystal Palace is perfect for young prince or princesses as it won the 2004 Disney Magazine Readers Choice Award for Best Magic Kingdom Park Restaurant for young kids.


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