Quick Answer: How is Magic Kingdom Divided?

The Magic Kingdom is divided into six distinct areas (lands), arranged in a spoke-like formation, all meeting at the top of Main Street, U.S.A. right in front of Cinderella Castle. The six lands consist of Main Street, U.S.A., Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, and Adventureland.

What are the sections of Disney World Magic Kingdom?

Lands

  • Adventureland.
  • Fantasyland.
  • Frontierland.
  • Liberty Square.
  • Main Street, U.S.A.
  • Tomorrowland.

How is Disney divided?

Walt Disney World can be divided into five distinct areas—one for each of the four theme parks, plus Downtown Disney. The various resort hotels, and the attractions and restaurants found within, are grouped with the nearest park.

Rank Park Attendance (2011)
8 Disney’s Hollywood Studios 9,700,000

Is Epcot separate from Magic Kingdom?

Magic Kingdom is one of the four theme parks that is part of Walt Disney World. The other parks are Disney’sHollywood Studios, Epcot, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

What does it cost for a family of 5 to go to Disney World?

On a 5-day visit, there’s more than enough to do in the 4 theme parks and other areas of Walt Disney World. For those who like to make it rain, Disney-style, this is an option for a 5-day trip. Total cost: $1597.80.

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Which is better Magic Kingdom or Epcot?

Magic Kingdom is best for young children, families, and anyone who wants the full “Disney” theme park experience. Epcot is best for adults, older kids, and anyone who loves great food and international cultures. Both parks are quite large and have a wide variety of attractions. That’s the oversimplified answer.

Is Epcot bigger than Magic Kingdom?

Epcot ranks second in Walt Disney World park size coming in behind Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Epcot is a monster of a park covering a massive 300 acres as compared to the 142-acre Magic Kingdom.

Is it Magic Kingdom or the Magic Kingdom?

Magic Kingdom

Cinderella Castle, the icon of Magic Kingdom
Owner Disney Parks, Experiences and Products (The Walt Disney Company)
Operated by Walt Disney World
Opened October 1, 1971
Previous names The Magic Kingdom (1994–2017) Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom (1971–1994)