Welcome to this month’s Blogorail Green Loop. Today we are taking a tour of the lands at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom Park.
This post will explore the hidden wonder and fantasy that can be found in Fantasyland. Fantasyland has recently wrapped up its expansion with Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Be Our Guest Restaurant, Under the Sea, and Enchanted Tales with Belle joining the Fantasyland lineup. This expansion took over what was Mickey’s Toontown Fair.
Walt Disney World is full of attractions. Some attractions always have long lines and are tough Fastpass+ reservations to get. However, there are plenty of attractions where the wait times are short and it is almost never a problem to get a Fastpass+ reservation (if the attraction is even eligible for Fastpass+ reservations).
This article is going to unearth these attractions and help you enjoy your day in the parks no matter how large or small the crowds.
After an evening with friends, we were up and ready to go right at park open. The only parts of the park that we had attacked were Fantasyland, Toon Town, and parts of Tomorrowland. We headed straight to Fantasyland and, most importantly, we went straight to Peter Pan’s Flight. Even at park open, we had to wait about 30-40 minutes for the attraction, however, most of that time was spent dealing with a mechanical issue with the ride. The good news was even with this wait, there were not enough people in the park to create extended wait times on other attractions.
The first Wordless Wednesday of every month is dedicated to that month’s calendar shot. This month, I decided to bring in one of my favorite Disney characters to the calendar shot….Dumbo. The end of May is the unofficial start of summer and the summer usually means the circus and/or carnival comes to town and Dumbo is the Disney characters which brings this to life best.
Lots of words can be heard including today’s Mouse News Minute during the Behind the Magic podcast.
Signs are everywhere at Walt Disney World. This week’s theme of Wordless Wednesday hosted by Focused on the Magic is Signs. I’m sharing some of my signs. The long sign is a sign that everyone staying at The Contemporary or Bay Lake Tower goes past on their walk to Magic Kingdom. Above our some of my families favorite attractions: Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid, It’s A Small World, Dumbo the Flying Elephant.