Fantasyland is the focal point of the Magic Kingdom. It’s concept and theme illicit a feeling of wonderment in adults and children alike. It truly represents what Walt Disney had in mind when he conceived a place where parents and children could enjoy things together.

Fantasyland is the home of the classic Disney dark rides, as well as many other attractions including Peter Pan’s Flight, “it’s a small world”, Enchanted Tales with Belle, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid, The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and many more.

Fantasyland is also home to restaurants like Cinderella Royal Table, Be Our Guest, and Pinocchio Village Haus.

The theming originally represented a medieval fair but an expansion to Fantasyland in 2012 saw this theming divided into separate areas. The medieval fair/Castle Courtyard still exists near Peter Pan’s Flight and “it’s a small world”, while the expansion area as well as Winnie the Pooh will present an Enchanted Forest theme. The final area, Storybook Circus sits on the grounds of the former Mickey’s Toontown Fair.