One of my must do attractions on each visit to the Magic Kingdom is Mickey’s Philharmagic in Fantasyland.
Entrance to Mickey's Philharmagic
The medley of so many great Disney film songs along with the 3-D animation make this an enjoyable attraction for everyone. The central focus of the story revolves around the beloved Donald Duck and his antics in trying to get back Mickey’s Sorcerer’s Hat (which he shouldn’t have touched in the first place, of course) and that just adds to my enjoyment of this attraction.
The queue area is actually more like a “lobby” with posters advertising some of our favorite characters and their musical performances.
Inside the Queue
More Inside the Queue
Once inside the attraction, you’ll find yourself inside a musical theater, complete with a stage, and curtain.
Mickey's Philharmagic Stage
And in case you’re missing this great attraction right now, why not enjoy it from the comfort of your home. Watch an HD version here that I found on YouTube.
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Just behind her beautiful castle, Cinderella sits with her creature friends at the fountain inspired by her classic film and her French fairy tale. Look closely at the fountain, from every angle, and you’ll discover a neat secret about its design.
Cinderella and her Crown
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Snow White’s Scary Adventures is an attraction the Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland. The attraction opened with the park in October, 1971 but was rededicated and redesigned in 1994. The ride is definitely dark and scary and can be frightening for younger children. Guests are taken through the story of Snow White, seeing her escape to the forest and live with the dwarves, taking the apple from the evil witch, and finally we are able to see a rescued Snow White with her Prince. Be sure to look up and wave to Dopey when your vehicle is nearing the exit!
Snow White's Scary Adventures Does Have a Happy Ending
We’re back! Thanks for all the comments and such over on our Facebook page! Today is Monday so that means Magic Kingdom today on the photoblog. Here we have the Mad Tea Party teacups in action. There’s something special about the Magic Kingdom at night. The colorful lighting, the castle all aglow, Spectromagic, and of course Wishes, all make for a beautiful evening in the park.
Mad Tea Party - Magic Kingdom, April 2010