Ways to Gain Easier Access to Magic Kingdom – Part 1
Magic Kingdom is the most popular theme park in the entire world. It sees tens of millions of guests every year and beautifully transforms into a holiday haven from August through January. What’s not to love? This is why guests are always trying to find ways to get into the park easier, because this also happens to be the one park that requires different modes of transportation in order to get to the entrance. If you’re looking for a way to bypass having to park your car, take a tram to the Ticket & Transportation Center and then take a monorail or ferry boat, you’re in luck. Here are several other ways to gain easier access to Magic Kingdom.
Stay on property and take a bus
If your budget allows it, staying on property is a great way to gain access to all of the parks, but especially Magic Kingdom. You won’t have to get in your car to drive or go through the process of stopping at the parking toll booths—you get to sit back and let someone else do the driving! The great thing about the bus system is that it drops you off right in front of the park, so you won’t even have to walk a far distance.
Have breakfast at Trails End and take a boat over
Trails End has a great breakfast on property and it just so happens to be at a resort that’s close to Magic Kingdom. Can you say magical moment? Book a reservation for Trails End, which is an “all you can eat” by the and then board a boat to Magic Kingdom when you’re finished breakfast! The loading dock is a short walk from the restaurant and you’ll get a beautiful view of the Seven Seas Lagoon during your boat trip. What better way to start the day, right?
Have breakfast at Ohana and take the monorail
Ohana is a wonderful spot for breakfast if you’re looking for a Character dining experience. Plus, it’s at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, which is only two stops away from Magic Kingdom on the monorail! Indulge in delicious breakfast foods such as sausage, eggs, potatoes, special bread and waffles,(juice and coffee included) meet Mickey, Pluto, Lilo, and Stitch, and then get on the monorail and head for the park! My husband and I recently went to the Character breakfast buffet at Ohana. The meal was delicious! If you’re not feeling the Character experience, Kona Café is another great choice for breakfast and is low key.
Having to park, take a tram and then take a boat or monorail to get to Magic Kingdom can be kind of a drag. Luckily, you have other options! Your car will be safe in the parking lot of these resorts (if you are dining or staying at the resort) and you won’t have to worry about taking several modes of transportation. Try out one of these tips next time and see how much quicker you get to the Magic Kingdom!
(Some Information from HowToDisney.com)