There are a variety of ticket options available for all of the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks, including the Magic Kingdom® Park. Visitors can purchase anywhere from one-day to 10-day ticket plans for all of the parks at the Walt Disney World® Resort. These tickets can be a Magic Your Way® base ticket, which will allow you access to only one park per day, or you can upgrade your package with either the Park Hopper® Option, which allows you to go to and from all four theme parks as you like, the Water Park Fun and More Option, which gives you access to the water parks and other attractions, like DisneyQuest® Indoor Interactive Theme Park, Downtown Disney® Pleasure Island and Disney’s Wide World of Sports® Complex, or you can choose to add on the No Expiration Option, which will allow you to use your unused visits during any future visits to the Walt Disney World® Resort (all regular tickets expire 14 days from the first day of use). And, just like most theme parks, if you decide to leave the Magic Kingdom® Park throughout the day and plan to return to it or another park later, have your hand stamped and hold on to your original ticket to be able to return to the park’s premises.
At the gate, you can expect to pay $ 71 for adults ages 10 and up and $ 60 for children ages 3-9 for a one-park, one-day ticket. The price per day declines as you add days on to your ticket package, all the way to being $ 22.50 for adults and $ 18.70 for children per person per day if you buy the full 10-day ticket package. These prices, however, do not include any of the add-on upgrades that were mentioned above.
At Orlando Fun Tickets, however, we offer discounted Walt Disney World® Resort tickets from the Magic Your Way® base ticket all the way to the Magic Your Way® No Expiration package. Be sure to check out all of our special discounts for the best prices on all of your discounted Disney ticket needs!
The Walt Disney World® Resort reputation for customer service is world-renowned, making all of their theme parks even more enjoyable to visit. You will encounter a wide array of guest services inside the Magic Kingdom® Park, each of which sets the standard for the theme park industry. You will find several ATM machines located throughout the park, but you won’t need them if you are a guest at a Walt Disney World® Resort hotel – your room key will also act as your credit card, directly billing any and everything you purchase anywhere around the resort directly to your room. Too that end as well, you can also have any purchase you make delivered directly to your hotel room free of charge. If you aren’t lucky enough to be staying at a resort on property, you can still have your purchase held at the Package Express Pickup Window, located just outside the main entrance to the Magic Kingdom® Park. Child care is also available within the park, as baby service areas can be found throughout, including private rooms for nursing and feeding. First aid stations are also available, and many first aid-type amenities can be purchased as well in the shops that line the Main Street, U.S.A® Area. All of these locations can be found on guide maps that can be picked up just inside the gates to the Magic Kingdom® Park.
In addition, the usual staples at theme parks, such as locker rentals, stroller, wheelchair and ECV rentals and public telephones are also available. Services for the disabled are also highly taken into account in all four Walt Disney World® theme parks. A special Braille guidebook is available, free of charge, from Guest Relations and closed-captioning is also available on many of the movie/video-based attractions, as is written storylines for virtually all attractions and rides. Some rides and attractions also utilize Assistive Listening Systems, and the receiver is available from Guest Relations (which is located on the immediate left as soon as you pass the locker area at the Magic Kingdom® Park) as well. Disney also accommodates special dietary needs at sit-down restaurants, but please alert the chef as soon as possible about your concerns, preferably at the time when you make your reservation, and all special needs will be met whenever it is possible.
Access to the Magic Kingdom® Park is a little trickier than for other theme parks. Because it is the only theme park not directly located adjacent to a parking lot, you have to take some form of transportation once you leave your car to get to the park’s main entrance (unless you are taking Walt Disney World® Resort transportation from a resort hotel, in which case they will drop you off within close proximity to the park’s main gates). If you are arriving by automobile, you will have to take the tram to the Ticket and Transportation Center, at which point you will either have to take the ferry boat or the Monorail over to the Magic Kingdom® Park. While the ferry boat can hold a lot more people than the Monorail can at one time, you can probably take look at both lines once you arrive at the Ticket and Transportation Center and take your best guess as to which would be faster. Here’s a tip for you, however – there are two Monorails at the TTC – the resort Monorail and the Magic Kingdom® Park Monorail. While the Magic Kingdom® Park Monorail will take you directly to the park without any stops, you can also take advantage of a much shorter line by also boarding the resort Monorail. It may make stops at Disney’s Polynesian Resort and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, but it will also take you right to the Magic Kingdom® Park with possibly a much shorter wait time!
We here at Orlando Fun Tickets hope your stay at the Magic Kingdom® Park is magical!