10 Favorite Things Found In Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland at Walt Disney World

Guests who visit Walt Disney World love exploring all that the property has to offer, especially inside of the four Disney Parks. Each park has its own theme that is brought to life through different areas that feature attractions, dining, shopping, entertainment, and more. The Magic Kingdom aims on bringing fantasy, adventure, and more to life through differently themed lands that are all surrounding Cinderella Castle. One of the most beloved areas of the Magic Kingdom is Fantasyland thanks to its amazing combination of family friendly attractions, whimsy, and more. Guests who spend time in Fantasyland can enjoy delicious snacks, unique shopping, amazing attractions, beautiful views of Cinderella Castle, and so much more. With so much to do in the area, it can be hard to decide where to start first, but guests are sure to love each and every experience offered there. Here are ten favorite things that guests can experience in the Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland.


1. Peter Pan’s Flight

One of the most beloved attractions in all of Walt Disney World can be found in the Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland near the side that connects to Liberty Square. Peter Pan’s Flight brings guests through the Darling family’s nursery before sprinkling them with pixie dust and having them board pirate ships. Guests then take to the skies and soar high over favorite scenes from Peter Pan including London, Neverland, and the final faceoff between Pan and Hook.

2. It’s A Small World

Right across from Peter Pan’s Flight is another classic attraction that many guests consider to be a rite of passage in Walt Disney World. It’s A Small World invites guests to set sail on the happiest cruise there ever was all around the world. Each massive show room of the attraction brings guests to a different part of the world and features small audio-animatronics singing the iconic song of the same name. With catchy music and classic moments, guests simply have to enjoy a ride on It’s A Small World while in Fantasyland.

3. Pinocchio Village Haus

Guests who are looking to enjoy a quick service meal while spending time in Fantasyland can stop by a location inspired by a classic Disney animated film. Pinocchio Village Haus is themed to feel like a cottage from the film and each room is designed to pay tribute to a specific character. Open daily for lunch and dinner, the location serves up Italian classics such as Chicken Parmesan Pasta, Margherita Flatbread, Antipasto Salad, Pepperoni Flatbread, and Breadsticks.


4. Enchanted Tales with Belle

The newest area of Fantasyland brings some of the most iconic Disney animated films to life including Beauty and the Beast. Guests who venture to that area can enjoy Enchanted Tales with Belle, a live attraction that brings guests into the story of when Belle met the Beast and fell in love. Before enjoying the performance, guests move through a magical door into the Beast’s castle and even get a chance to be cast as certain members of the story! This is a great experience for guests of all ages and it can’t be missed!

5. Be Our Guest Restaurant

Found near Enchanted Tales with Belle is a unique restaurant that invites guests inside the Beast’s castle to dine on delicious French cuisine. Be Our Guest Restaurant is unique in that it is open daily for breakfast and lunch as a quick service restaurant and for dinner as a full service restaurant. Guests can enjoy dining in the West Wing, Grand Ballroom, or Castle Gallery on meals such as Roasted Pork Tenderloin, Center-Cut Filet Mignon, and Poulet Rouge Chicken.

6. Bonjour! Village Gifts

A great place near Be Our Guest Restaurant that guests can browse also helps to bring the world of Beauty and the Beast to life. Bonjour! Village Gifts is nestled inside of a cozy cottage that looks like it belongs in the quaint village that Belle is from. Inside, guests can shop for the perfect souvenir including artwork, housewares, collectables, toys, and more.

7. Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

One of the most popular attractions in the Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland brings guests into another classic Disney animated film about a beloved Disney Princess. The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train brings guests into the world of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and deep into the mines where the Dwarfs are hard at work each day. After loading into mine carts, guests set off on a thrilling adventure that brings them all around the mountain and into the mines where the Dwarfs can be heard singing several classic songs.

8. Princess Fairytale Hall

Another popular location in Fantasyland gives guests the opportunity to meet some of the most popular Disney Princesses in a magical setting. Princess Storybook Hall is themed to feel like an opulent castle with plenty of magical touches that reference the different Disney Princesses. Depending on which line they choose, guests can meet Rapunzel, Tiana, Cinderella, or Elena and enjoy amazing photos courtesy of a Disney PhotoPass employee.

9. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

The beloved Hundred Acre Woods and the world of Winnie the Pooh and friends comes to life in another favorite attraction in Fantasyland. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh has guests board honey pots and set off on an adventure on a very blustery day. Guests can see favorite characters while also bouncing along with Tigger and floating through the flood in the final scene. This classic attraction is a must enjoy experience for guests of all ages!

10. Mad Tea Party

Guests who are looking to enjoy a dizzying experience in the Magic Kingdom can head over to Fantasyland for an attraction that brings a scene from Alice and Wonderland to life. The Mad Tea Party celebrate the famous Unbirthday scene from the film and has guests board larger than life tea cups. Once the music starts, the teacups begin whirling all around and guests can control how fast they would like theirs to spin. This dizzying but fun experience is the perfect way to spend some time in Fantasyland!

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first started visiting Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of that trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning all about the history and small details of the parks and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival each fall. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York and spends her time counting down the days to her next trip.