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Making the Most of the Magic Kingdom
Making the Most of the Magic Kingdom
Take a spin around the park when you first arrive by boarding the train at the Walt Disney World Railroad station in Main Street, U.S.A. The 20-minute journey is a great introduction to the park.
Get a haircut at the Harmony Barber shop in Main Street. Try some colored hair gel at no extra charge, but watch out for the pixie dust! Young ‘uns can get their very first haircut, too! Walk up or reserve at 407-WDW-STYLE.
Want a hairdo? The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique inside Cinderella Castle offers fancy do’s for girls and boys ages 3 and up. Open from 8:00 am– 7:00 pm—reserve up to 180 days at 407-WDW-STYLE.
Is your little prince or princess more of a pirate? Journey to the Pirates League in Adventureland for pirate “makeovers” for girls, boys, and even adults! Girls may also choose the “Mermaid Transformation” package! The “First Mate” package includes a bandanna, choice of facial effect (scar, tattoo, fake tooth, earring, or eye patch), sword and sheath, and personalized pirate oath for $44.95 plus tax. Reserve at 407-WDW-CREW.
Make time for the Flag Retreat in the Main Street town square, usually held at 5:00 or 5:30 pm daily. A color guard takes down the flag, and most days a marching band plays as well. Are you a veteran? Inquire at City Hall about assisting in the flag lowering, too.
Looking for interactive fun? “Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom” is a role-playing game using playing cards and electronic game kiosks, where guests battle the Disney Villains who are trying to take over the Magic Kingdom. Look for the “Sorcerer Recruitment Center” at the Firehouse on Main Street to pick up your quest, an activated Portal Key card, a pack of five random cards, and a map. Challenges are found everywhere but Tomorrowland. You can play (and trade with others for needed cards) as you and/or your group tour the park. See page 283 for more details on the different kinds of cards you can collect. On a smaller scale, “A Pirate’s Adventure - Treasures of the Seven Seas” is a hunt for five treasures around Adventureland. Pick up your map to the right of Pirates of the Caribbean.
Look for the iCan interactive robot in Tomorrowland. He moves around on a hoverboard, chats with guests, and might even call you by name!
Like to share photos on Instagram? Check out the "Purple Wall" in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom, near the Tomorrowland Terrace! This insta-famous spot now has a new paint job. Instead of the solid light purple, the #DisneyWall now has a funky geometric design. It's still purple, but now in a variety of hues and shades. The good news is that there the new paint design is only on one section of the wall, so if you preferred the classic purple wall, you can still Instagram it.
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