Magic Kingdom

Published: January 3, 2020

If you’ve been following the Blog regarding planning a trip for Disney World in Orlando, FL, you have seen that we have been only focusing on what you will need to do or need to have when you are in Florida.  But, what are the things that you need to do at home BEFORE you

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Published: December 23, 2019

Hi Everyone, welcome back to our Vacation Planning Blog for our 2020 Disney World Vacation. Our last post we showed how we secured airfare from Rhode Island to Orlando if you haven’t read that post, click here We have now purchased the most important part of our trip, room, tickets, and more. When we first

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Published: October 31, 2019

The entrance to Magic Kingdom has not been spared in the MASSIVE amount of construction that is being done throughout Walt Disney World. Crews are currently rebuilding the bag check area in front of Magic KIngdom so that it will be ready to handle the overflow amount of crowds that are expected in 2021 for

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Published: July 15, 2019

Disney World is currently testing six new buses at Magic Kingdom.  The new buses have both wifi and charging ports. They are said to be a little larger than the current buses. Although there is no official word from Disney on when they will be put in full service, they have been seen on test

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Published: June 25, 2019

Disney has increased the price of its Annual Passes, pretty much, across the board.  Many Annual Pass Holders are crying foul as the increase conveniently comes right before the long-awaited opening of Galaxy’s Edge in Hollywood Studios this August.  Annual Pass Holders will have a special preview of the new addition to Hollywood Studios before

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Published: May 28, 2019

For those that enjoy visiting Fort Wilderness for the beautiful natural landscape or to try many of the restaurants and/or outdoor activities, Disney has made changes to the parking restrictions at the resort. Access to parking will now be limited to guests with resort, dining, or activity reservations within the complex. This means that if

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Published: May 23, 2019

Disney has announced a new way to purchase tickets for this upcoming Summer season. Starting on June 4, 2019, guests will be able to purchase a ticket plan that will allow them access to Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom and both waterparks for the price of $444.  Here are the details from Disney:

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Published: May 22, 2019

As new attractions are added to Walt Disney World, unfortunately, some older attractions must give way.  In this post, we will discuss our favorite attraction of years gone by. 10. Mickey’s Toontown (Magic Kingdom) Mickey’s Toontown was situated between the royal carousel and the Fantasyland Railroad Station.  This attraction was geared toward younger children and

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Published: April 18, 2019

Construction has begun on a long needed upgrade to the Transportation and Ticket Center at Magic Kingdom in Disneyworld. Rumors are that the construction will take a minimum of seven months, if not more to compete. While construction is underway, parking lot trams are now dropping visitors off at the Aladdin Lot, which is well

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Published: January 31, 2019

Construction for the new Tron Rollercoaster in the Magic Kingdom is moving quickly along.  Views from the People Mover attraction give a clear view of the work that is being done. During this construction phase both the Tomorrowland Speedway and Disneyworld Railroad are closed.  Also, the walking path that would take to from Space Mountain to

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Published: January 31, 2019

After a short “rest” after a mid-parade malfunction, the Fire-Breathing Maleficent dragon is back in the Festival of Fantasy Parade in Disney’s Magic Kingdom. The Maleficent Dragon had a major malfunction a while back which caused the animatronic character to catch fire mid-parade.  Luckily there were no injuries. There is no word on whether Disney

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Published: September 27, 2018

Here’s another way that Disney hopes to reel in more of its visitors money.  Starting October 16, 2018, Disney World will be using a tier-based ticket pricing system where ticket prices range from $109 to $129.  Of course, the $129 price will be for the more popular times of the year to visit Disney, such

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Published: May 15, 2018

It wasn’t until YouTube polished up it’s “YouTube Meet-ups” and offered YouTube Live with both Android and IOS apps did Live Streaming of the Disney Parks explode.  With this technology, Bloggers and Vloggers now had a way to relay information to their followers as it happened, instantly from anywhere in the world that had an open Internet WiFi connection.

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Published: February 11, 2018

Following up my previous article, “Most Overrated Disney Rides”, comes my list of what I believe to be the most underrated attractions in Disney World. These rides include ones that have short lines, or are often overlooked, but they are definitely worth a ride. These rides might not be the most thrilling or the newest,

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Published: February 5, 2018

The long-rumored, members only Disney World Club 33 looks as though it is going to be real.  There is currently construction at the entrance to Adventureland from the main hub.  All information points to this being the location for Club 33 in Orlando. Today, what is suppose to be the logo for Club 33 in

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Published: January 16, 2018

Disney is without a doubt the happiest place on Earth, but not all rides live up to their popularity. Certain rides have cult followings, but they’re not always worth an hour long wait. Below is a list of what I believe to be the most overrated rides in Disney World.     1. Peter Pan’s

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Published: January 15, 2018

Disney offers many items that traditionally contain milk in dairy or lactose-free options. Learning about these locations made my vacation less stressful and my tummy even more happy

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Published: January 13, 2018

After the most recent, well publicized, incident on the Walt Disney World Monorail with a door opening during transport on the RED monorail between Magic Kingdom and Epcot, rumors are swirling that Disney is contemplating closing down the Walt Disney Monorail system. Those that have published this rumor are stating that Disney does not want

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Published: January 12, 2018

There have been rumblings over a rumored plan to allow certain guests to acquire extra FastPass+ Services. The current information is that guests staying in “Club-Level” rooms at certain resorts with have the ability to be able to purchase a package that will allow them three (3) additional FastPasses per day and they will also

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Published: January 9, 2018

When on Disney World’s Monorail and you hear “Por Favor Mantengase Alejado De Las Puertas” which is Spanish for “Please Stay Away From The Doors”, I guess they really mean it. Video and images are circulating of a Disney World Monorail Red car’s door staying open for the entire ride from TTA to the Magic

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Published: October 27, 2017

A new theatre is coming to Disney World on Main Street USA in the Magic Kingdom.  The unnamed theatre will be built on land that is currently used for Disney Magic Kingdom Employee parking. The theatre is to be designed to be in the style of other buildings on Main Street USA, which was emulated

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Published: October 27, 2017

Hello All.  It has been quite a while since I have been able to post to the blog.  Family and work issues have constricted my time, but in no way has it caused me to forget everyone that reads it. A lot of changes have been mentioned and quite a bit of construction is underway

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Disney's Blue Monorail

Published: June 21, 2017

Monorail service at the Magic Kingdom, Epcot and loop resorts was suspended on June 16, 2017 after a piece of Monorail Blue broke or fell off of the tram causing it to spark and slow to a halt.  The train had just left the Epcot Station and was heading toward the Magic Kingdom when this

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Published: June 14, 2017

With every technology there are holes and backdoors that dishonest people try to take advantage of.  Disney’s FastPass+ app is no exception.  Disney has discovered that it is had been possible to book rides through the FastPass+ using an unused ticket or Magic Band. To most, this does not seem like a big deal, but

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