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Best Magic Kingdom Rides & Attractions Guide (2021)

This post is a guide to the best rides and attractions at Disney’s Magic Kingdom park in Walt Disney World. It covers the complete list of attractions, which ones you absolutely must-do during your trip, which ones to prioritize and the ones you can just skip.

Best rides at Magic Kingdom

Not too much has changed at Disney’s Magic Kingdom in the last few years, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still dozens of great rides you and your family will love! Disney is working on some new additions to the park, but all your favorites are still there.

Many people have the idea the park is full of attractions that are only for kids, and while there are a bunch of those, there is a ride for every member of the family. From boat rides, to roller coasters, dark rides and show, the Magic Kingdom is full of choices.

In fact, the Magic Kingdom has more rides than any other Walt Disney World theme park, and even in a whole day you won’t get to see it all. That’s why it’s important to know the best rides before you go.

Best Magic Kingdom Rides and Attractions

In this post we are going to give you full list of all the Magic Kingdom attractions including traditional rides, shows, entertainment options and experiences. Our ratings system for the rides is on a scale from 1 to 10. The higher the number, the more it is a “must-do” when you visit.

Our opinion of the best rides at the Magic Kingdom is subjective and everyone has their own personal list of top rides. Some of the more popular ones we have a bit lower than some top lists, while other rides many would consider “boring” make our top 10. Let us know in the comments section which rides at the Magic Kingdom are your favorites.

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Full List of Magic Kingdom Attractions

Rides at Magic Kingdom

If rides are your thing, you are going to love this park. Disney’s Magic Kingdom has a total of 34 attractions which are a mix between classic theme park rides, shows, walkthroughs, and experiences. It has by far the most attractions of the 4 Disney World parks and there is enough to do here for 2 full days.

Here is a list of all the attractions at Disney’s Magic Kingdom…

Adventureland

  • Enchanted Tiki Room
  • Jungle Cruise
  • The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
  • Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Swiss Family Treehouse

Fantasyland

  • The Barnstormer
  • Dumbo the Flying Elephant
  • Enchanted Tales with Belle
  • “It’s a small world”
  • Mad Tea Party
  • Mickey’s Philharmagic
  • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
  • Peter Pan’s Flight
  • Prince Charming Regal Carousel
  • Princess Fairytale Hall
  • Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
  • Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid
  • Walt Disney World Railroad – Fantasyland stop

Frontierland

  • Big Thunder Mountain
  • Country Bear Jamboree
  • Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade
  • Tom Sawyer Island
  • Splash Mountain
  • Walt Disney World Railroad – Frontierland stop

Liberty Square

  • The Hall of Presidents
  • Haunted Mansion
  • Liberty Square Riverboat

Main Street U.S.A.

  • Main Street Vehicles
  • Walt Disney World Railroad – Main Street U.S.A. stop

Tomorrowland

  • Astro Orbiter
  • Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
  • Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor
  • Space Mountain
  • Tomorrowland Speedway
  • Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover
  • TRON Lightcycle Run (Coming Soon)
  • Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress

How Many Rides are there at Disney’s Magic Kingdom?

There are 25 actual rides at the Magic Kingdom in Disney World. There are a total of 34 attractions but there are only 25 rides in a moving vehicle. The rest of the attractions are shows or interactive experiences.

Best Rides at the Magic Kingdom

Best Rides at Disney's Magic Kingdom Park

There are so many things to see and do at the Magic Kingdom that it can seem overwhelming if you don’t have a plan. Some rides are better than others and not all the rides are an absolute must-do. In order to make the best of your time, you need to focus on the best rides first, then if you have time get to the other ones.

The best rides at Disney’s Magic Kingdom in order are:

  1. Splash Mountain
  2. Pirates of the Caribbean
  3. Space Mountain
  4. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
  5. The Haunted Mansion
  6. Tomorrowland Transit Authority Peoplemover
  7. Peter Pan’s Flight
  8. Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
  9. Jungle Cruise
  10. Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress

In our opinion, to have a complete visit of the Magic Kingdom you have to go on each of these rides at least once. These are the classic attractions here and all fall under the “Must-Do” category.

Before your visit, make sure to read all the Disney World Ride Height Requirements so you know ahead of time which rides your children can go on.

Let’s take a more in-depth look at all the Magic Kingdom rides…

Main Street U.S.A.

Main Street U.S.A. Magic Kingdom

Every trip to the Magic Kingdom begins with a stroll down Main Street U.S.A. Of course everyone knows about the shopping and all the delicious snacks at the confectionary or the bakery, however, there are two attractions found here to get your day started.

Main Street Vehicles (5/10)

  • Ride Type: Slow Car Ride
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: No
  • Ride Length: N/A
  • Height Requirement: No

Many people don’t even know about the Main Street vehicles, let alone the fact that you can ride them. It’s a pretty cool sensation riding up and down Main Street in one of these, making you feel right out of the turn-of-the-century.

Of course, don’t expect these to be a thrilling attraction, it’s just a quant, slow ride where you can take in all the incredible smells and sights of your day ahead.

Best Time to Ride: It can be hard to ride the Main Street Vehicles because they do not run every day and there isn’t a schedule to which days they are running. When they are running it’s usually early in the morning, before the crowds pack in. We suggest getting there before 10:00 am since they stop running shortly after that.

Walt Disney World Railroad (7.5/10)

  • Ride Type: Train Ride
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: No
  • Ride Length: 20 minutes
  • Height Requirement: No
Walt Disney World Railroad Magic Kingdom

The Walt Disney World Railroad takes you on a relaxing trip around the entire boarder of the Magic Kingdom park. You will pass through all the lands in the Magic Kingdom (except Liberty Square), giving you a preview of what to expect.

There are some small scenes set up along the way, but it’s not nearly as elaborate as the Disneyland Railroad. Just knowing how much railroads meant to Walt himself means you have to take a ride at least once around the park.

Best Time to Visit: The Walt Disney World Railroad is always fun to ride, but we prefer riding in the afternoon when most of the popular attractions have long wait times. There are 3 stops to get on and off (Main Street U.S.A, Frontierland, and Fantasyland).

(The Walt Disney World Railroad is currently under a long refurbishment due to the TRON Roller Coaster construction project. It’s expected to reopen in late 2021 or early 2022.)

Adventureland

Adventureland Magic Kingdom

After leaving The Hub, make a sharp left and head into Adventureland. This exotic land is a fictional trip through the jungles of South America, Asia, Africa, the South Pacific and the Middle East. This is where we usually start our days and can knock out all the rides on this side of the park right away.

Pirates of the Caribbean (10/10)

  • Ride Type: Boat Ride, Dark, Slow
  • Thrill Level: Low, Small Drop
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 8 minutes 30 seconds
  • Height Requirement: No
Pirates of the Caribbean Magic Kingdom

Pirates of the Caribbean is perhaps our favorite Disney ride of all time and the inspiration for the popular film franchise. It is the quintessential Disney dark ride taking guests in a boat through a fictional port town being overrun by pirates.

Everything from the audio-animatronics, to the incredible music and the elaborate sets make this a must-do. In fact, we usually do it 2-3 times each visit. The Captain Jack Sparrow character from the films was added years later and you see him popping up throughout the ride.

I think almost everyone riding this while growing up, walked out singing the song and wanting to be a pirate later in life. Some small kids might be frightened by some of the gunfire, but overall it is a great ride that can be enjoyed by the whole family. The Disneyland version remains our favorite, but this one is still hard to beat.

  • Best Time to Visit: Pirates usually doesn’t have more than a 30-minute wait so you shouldn’t have a hard time going later on in the day when it’s hot outside. Don’t bother using one of your first 3 FastPass+ one this, but you can save it for your 4th selection later if you like.

Jungle Cruise (8/10)

  • Ride Type: Boat Ride, Slow
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 9 minutes 5 seconds
  • Height Requirement: No
Jungle Cruise Magic Kingdom

Jungle Cruise is a slow boat ride with show scenes taking you through the jungles from around the world. You’ll see animals like lions, hippos, elephants, and tigers along the journey, and you’ll also run into danger.

The best part about the ride though are its corny, yet hilarious one-liners from your skipper piloting the boat. No matter how many times we ride, we always get a big laugh or two, though the quality of your skipper is really what makes the difference here.

The Jungle Cruise has a huge fanbase, and has even inspired its own film with The Rock. You will also find its influence in various locations around Disney World. Jungle Cruise is a must-ride and an overall hilarious time.

  • Best Time to Visit: The Jungle Cruise often has long lines, but it’s not one of our first choices for FastPass+. We like it as a backup if you can’t get Seven Dwarfs or Space Mountain though. We recommend doing this early on in the first couple hours of the day if possible before the lines get too long.

Enchanted Tiki Room (6.5/10)

  • Ride Type: Musical Show
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass:
  • Ride Length: 10 minutes
  • Height Requirement: No
Enchanted Tiki Room Magic Kingdom

If you like the audio-animatronics featured in attractions throughout the park, you should know it all started with the Enchanted Tiki Room. This 15-minute show features hundreds of animatronic birds singing one of the most famous Disney park songs of all-time.

Though many consider it boring, we say it’s a must-do for any first-timer to the Magic Kingdom, and one we see over and over again very happily. It’s had some refurbishments throughout the years, but for the most part it’s pretty close to the original show.

  • Best Time to Visit: There is no need to plan this one as it very rarely has a long line. We suggest experiencing the Enchanted Tiki Room right after stopping by next door for a Dole Whip.

The Magic Carpets of Aladdin (4.5/10)

  • Ride Type: Spinning Ride
  • Thrill Level: Medium
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass:
  • Ride Length: 1 minute 30 seconds
  • Height Requirement: No
The Magic Carpets of Aladdin Magic Kingdom Rides

The Magic Carpets of Aladdin is a spinning ride very similar to Dumbo the Flying Elephant over in Fantasyland and Astro Blaster in Tomorrowland. It spins you and takes you up and down while giving you a birds-eye view of Adventureland.

Small kids will like it, but this is nothing special and you can skip it if you do one of the other two similar rides.

  • Best Time to Visit: Visit any time of day as wait times are not long. Don’t waste a FastPass+ on it.

Swiss Family Treehouse (6/10)

  • Ride Type: Walkthrough Exhibit
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: No
  • Ride Length: 10 minutes (approximate)
  • Height Requirement: No
Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse Magic Kingdom Attraction

The Swiss Family Treehouse is a walkthrough attraction based-off the 1960 film Swiss Family Robinson. Disneyland has a Tarzan-themed version of the same attraction. It’s a cool attractions letting you experience what it would have been like to live in a similar treehouse, and fans of the movie will want to do it.

  • Best Time to Visit: It usually doesn’t have a long line so you can visit it whenever you want. If there are a bunch of people, skip it and come back when you can take your time going through it.

Fantasyland

Best Magic Kingdom Rides in Fantasyland

Most people think about Fantasyland when thinking about a Disney park. It is inspired by Disney’s animated films, fairy tales, and filled with princesses, pixies, and boys who never grew up.

Fantasyland has the most attractions of any land at the Magic Kingdom, and if you have kids you might spend a good portion of your day here.

Peter Pan’s Flight (9/10)

  • Ride Type: Dark Ride, Slow
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 2 minutes 45 seconds
  • Height Requirement: No
Peter Pan's Flight Magic Kingdom Ride

Peter Pan’s Flight is the best ride in Fantasyland, yes even better than Seven Dwarfs. This is THE classic Disney dark ride and both parents and children will love it. The ride takes you from the city of London, all the way to Neverland where you see all the main characters from the film.

The coolest part about Peter Pan’s Flight is that the track is located above your ride vehicle, giving you the feeling of flying through the ride. While it needs some more upgrades to bring it into the 21st century, it remains a beloved ride and one you must do.

  • Best Time to Visit: Peter Pan’s Flight is one of the most popular rides at the Magic Kingdom, and you should make it a priority FastPass+ selection. If you can’t get a FastPass+ for it, make it one of your first rides of the day to avoid long waits.

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train (8.5/10)

  • Ride Type: Roller Coaster
  • Thrill Level: Medium
  • Good For: Kids, Teens, Adults
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 2 minutes 30 seconds
  • Height Requirement: 38 inches (97cm)
Best Magic Kingdom Rides Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is the newest ride in Fantasyland and perhaps the park’s most popular. It was built as part of the big Fantasyland expansion, and is our favorite addition of the project. It’s a roller coaster, but tamer than the other 3 found at the Magic Kingdom.

It has some of the coolest audio-animatronics of any ride at the Magic Kingdom, and incredible show scenes. Even the attraction queue is amazing with plenty of interactive parts to keep you occupied.

Our only complaint with the ride is that it’s pretty short, but this is definitely a ride you want to plan your day around.

  • Best Time to Visit: Seven Dwarfs Mine Train has the longest lines at the Magic Kingdom so you need to make it a priority when planning your day. Definitely try to get a FastPass+ reservation for it. If you can’t get one, rope drop this first-thing in the morning.

“It’s a small world” (8/10)

  • Ride Type: Boat Ride, Slow
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 10 minutes 30 seconds
  • Height Requirement: No
it's a small world Magic Kingdom

Yes, we know you know the song and can’t get it out of your head either! Love it or hate it, this ride is a Magic Kingdom classic that has been here since the park’s opening in 1971, and is based on the one overseen by Walt Disney himself from the 1964 World’s Fair in New York.

“it’s a small world” is a slow boat ride that explores the many countries in the world and mostly, their people and cultures. It’s pretty impressive to know there are over 300 animatronic dolls throughout the ride, each with colorful and vibrant costumes and against exotic backdrops.

This is a must-do ride with or without kids as it’s so engrained into the Fantasyland culture. At least you’ll be able to sing the classic Sherman brothers song the rest of your day in the park.

  • Best Time to Visit: “it’s a small world” is not usually very crowded and you can go at most times of the day. If Fantasyland isn’t too crowded, try it in the afternoon or evening. Don’t use one of your first 3 FastPass+ selections on it, but you can use a same day FastPass to skip the wait.

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (7/10)

  • Ride Type: Dark Ride
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 3 minutes 8 seconds
  • Height Requirement: No
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Magic Kingdom Rides

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is a dark ride based on the classic children’s book character and his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. This is one of the more popular Fantasyland rides as it takes you into a crazy dream Winnie the Pooh is having.

While it’s a good ride, it doesn’t stand up to Peter Pan’s Flight or Journey of the Little Mermaid, both better attractions nearby. Still we often do it and it’s a must-do for fans of the characters.

  • Best Time to Visit: Lines can be long at times, and even though the interactive queue is nice, we avoid them if possible. If the wait is more than 20 minutes, try getting a same-day FastPass for the one.

Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid (7.5/10)

  • Ride Type: Dark Ride
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 6 minutes 15 seconds
  • Height Requirement: No
Under the Sea - Journey of the Little Mermaid Magic Kingdom Fantasyland

Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid is a slow dark ride in the Fantasyland expansion area. Join Ariel, Sebastian, Flounder, and Ursula, in a re-telling of the classic Disney animated film The Little Mermaid.

For dark rides, this happens to be one of the best at the Magic Kingdom, and we ride it every time we go. The queue sets the stage as you enter a grotto near the sea, and then climb into a clam shell to go on your journey. It doesn’t quite live up to it’s potential, but it’s a very solid ride.

  • Best Time to Visit: Do it early in the morning on your run through Fantasyland, or wait for a time when the line is short later in the day. You can always get a same-day FastPass for it too.

Dumbo the Flying Elephant (6/10)

  • Ride Type: Spinning Ride
  • Thrill Level: Medium
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 1 minute 30 seconds
  • Height Requirement: No
Dumbo the Flying Elephant Fantasyland

Dumbo the Flying Elephant is a spinning ride in the Storybook Circus area of Fantasyland. This ride has been at the Magic Kingdom since 1971, although it has undergone some changes through the years. It’s interactive queue which opened in 2012 is a great addition and will keep your kids busy while waiting.

Guests hop into the Dumbo-shaped ride vehicles connected to a central pivot point, while going up and down and spinning around the center. If we had to pick between the 3 spinning rides at the Magic Kingdom, we think Dumbo is the best. That said, it’s not one that you need to do unless you have small children.

  • Best Time to Visit: Dumbo has a higher capacity than the other spinning rides, so it usually doesn’t have a super long wait. If it does, use a same-day FastPass on it, or do it later in the evening.

Enchanted Tales with Belle (6/10)

  • Ride Type: Walkthrough Show
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 10 minutes
  • Height Requirement: No
Magic Kingdom Ride Enchanted Tales with Belle

Enchanted Tales with Belle is an interactive walkthrough experience based on the characters from the Disney animated classic, Beauty and the Beast. Think of it as a character meet only with a story being told at the same time.

Kids and adults alike are asked to participate in the storytelling and we have to admit, the special effects used in this attraction are pretty cool. Beauty and the Beast fans will love this and it is recommended no matter what if you have the time.

  • Best Time to Visit: It usually doesn’t have long waits, and it makes for a good attraction in the evening once some of the crowds have moved out of Fantasyland. If you can get a same-day FastPass+ for it, that works too.

The Barnstormer (5/10)

  • Ride Type: Roller Coaster
  • Thrill Level: Low, Small Drops
  • Good For: Kids
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 1 minute 3 seconds
  • Height Requirement: 35 inches (89cm)
The Barnstormer Magic Kingdom

The Barnstormer is a small roller coaster in the Storybook Circus area of Fantasyland. It’s a kid’s roller coaster, so don’t expect many thrills here. It’s a good way to get your young ones warmed up though for some of the bigger rides in the park.

There is nothing special about The Barnstormer and you can safely skip it if you don’t have kids.

  • Best Time to Visit: Wait times tend to be long here and you should look for a same-day FastPass if wait times are more than 30-40 minutes.

Mad Tea Party (5/10)

  • Ride Type: Spinning
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 1 minute 30 seconds
  • Height Requirement: No
Mad Tea Party Magic Kingdom attraction

The Mad Tea Party is a spinning ride based on the Disney classic film Alice in Wonderland. Guests get into over-sized teacups attached to a turn table and spin around in circles.

We used to do this all the time when we were young, but honestly all the spinning can be rough, so don’t do this if you get motion sickness. Besides being lightly themed, this is a standard ride that can be experienced at any local state fair.

  • Best Time to Visit: Wait times are short here and you don’t need much planning to do it. Just hop on when passing by or get a same-day FastPass+ for it.

Mickey’s Philharmagic (6/10)

  • Ride Type: Show
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 12 minutes
  • Height Requirement: No
Mickey's Philharmagic Magic Kingdom

This is a 3D show full of clips from classic Disney animation, and features Donald Duck. If you like Disney animation you will enjoy this show, especially if you grew up on the films featured.

  • Best Time to Visit: This is a good attraction to do in the afternoon when it’s hot out and you are waiting for your next FastPass+ selection to be ready.

Prince Charming Regal Carousel (5/10)

  • Ride Type: Spinning
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: No
  • Ride Length: 2 minutes
  • Height Requirement: No
Prince Charming Regal Carousel Magic Kingdom

Prince Charming Regal Carousel is the oldest ride at the Magic Kingdom as it was built by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company in 1917. If you have small kids or really like carousels then it’s a fine ride, you will appreciate all the original horses, hand-carved from maple.

  • Best Time to Visit: You can visit the carousel any time of the day you like, the wait times are not long. We prefer riding at night because the lights give off a cool effect.

Frontierland

Best Frontierland Rides at Disney's Magic Kingdom

Fans of the Wild West, will love Frontierland. This is a romanticized version of the American West, telling the story of cowboys, Native Americans and exploration.

Splash Mountain (10/10)

  • Ride Type: Boat Ride, Dark Ride
  • Thrill Level: Medium/High, Big Drops
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 11 minutes
  • Height Requirement: 40 inches (102cm)
Splash Mountain Magic Kingdom

Splash Mountain is a ride based on characters from Disney’s Song of the South film in the back of Frontierland. It’s actually a dark ride and log flume combined into one, with elaborate show scenes and a big drop at the end.

Splash Mountain is one of the absolute best rides in Walt Disney World and is a must-do on any trip to the Magic Kingdom. The mix of thrills, storytelling and music is almost unbeatable.

Disney announced that Splash Mountain is being re-themed to a Princess and the Frog ride in the near future, so get to the Magic Kingdom for one last ride ASAP!

  • Best Time to Visit: We recommend using one of your 3 FastPass+ selections here if possible. If you can’t get one, do Splash Mountain early in the morning while knocking out the rides in Frontierland and Adventureland before the crowds get there.

Big Thunder Mountain (9/10)

  • Ride Type: Roller Coaster
  • Thrill Level: Medium
  • Good For: Kids, Teens, Adults
  • FastPass: Yes
  • Ride Length: 3 minutes 25 seconds
  • Height Requirement: 40 inches (102cm)
Magic Kingdom Rides Big Thunder Mountain

Big Thunder Mountain is a roller coaster in Frontierland and definitely the “wildest ride in the wilderness!” It’s a runaway mine train coaster taking you into the old Wild West, through caverns and mining camps.

While it can be a rough ride, and could use some upgrades, we love Thunder Mountain and make it a priority each trip. A definite must-do ride and Disney classic.

  • Best Time to Visit: It’s one of the more popular rides in the park, but it usually doesn’t warrant using one of your 3 FastPass+ selections on it. If you go early in the morning there is no need. If you can get a same-day FastPass that works too.

Country Bear Jamboree (8/10)

  • Ride Type: Animatronic Stage Show
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: No
  • Ride Length: 12 minutes
  • Height Requirement: No
Country Bear Jamboree Magic Kingdom

The Country bear Jamboree is a stage show in Frontierland featuring audio-animatronic bears singing country music. This is one of the more controversial attractions at the Magic Kingdom and many people find the show old-fashioned and boring.

We happen to love the Country Bear Jamboree and think it’s one of the most clever shows in Walt Disney World, full of one-liners and comedic quips. The sheer nostalgia alone of this ride makes it worth visiting, and it harkens back to classic Disney World.

  • Best Time to Visit: There is almost never a long wait for the Country Bears, so you can do this whenever you like.

Tom Sawyer Island (6/10)

  • Ride Type: Walkthrough
  • Thrill Level: Low
  • Good For: All Ages
  • FastPass: No
  • Ride Length: 30 minutes (approximately)
  • Height Requirement: No
Tom Sawyer Island Magic Kingdom

Tom Sawyer Island is an exploration area accessible from the rest of the Magic Kingdom only by raft. This makes it the quietest, and most peaceful area of the park, perfect if you want to get away from the