Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom is a favorite of Disney fans both young and old. What is the first thing you think of when someone mentions Walt Disney World®? We bet most of you would answer Cinderella castle which serves as the perfect gateway into Fantasyland. For most, Cinderella castle is the lasting image ingrained from the first time visiting Walt Disney World®. Classic attractions that will transport you into the cherished Disney movies that we all love. Fantasyland also features two of the most popular restaurants across all of Walt Disney World® Resort. Take a look at all there is to see and do in this special land.
“That’s the real trouble with the world, too many people grow up. They forget.”
- Cinderella Castle
- Enchanted Tales with Belle
- “It’s a Small World”
- Journey of the Little Mermaid
- Mad Tea Party
- Mickey’s PhilharMagic
- Peter Pan’s Flight
- Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
- Princess Fairytale Hall
- Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
- Winnie the Pooh
Be Our Guest Restaurant – One of the most popular restaurants in all of Walt Disney World®. This french inspired menu you offers quick service breakfast and lunch and an excellent table service dinner. Being so popular, this is the one quick service restaurant that takes reservations for both breakfast and lunch. Dinner offers the opportunity to meet the Beast. Dinner is one of the hardest to get dining reservation across the entire property and it definitely an amazing experience!
Cinderella’s Royal Table – There is absolutely nothing like eating a meal in Cinderella Castle! This table service restaurant is also one the hardest to get reservations. Meet some of the Princesses during this special dining experience.
Gaston’s Tavern – This is our go to spot for a quick breakfast. The cinnamon rolls are absolutely amazing and are huge! Don’t forget to ask for extra icing (calories don’t count on vacation). LeFou’s Brew is a unique drink that we love and make sure to get at least once during our trips.
Pinocchio Village Haus – wide variety of quick service options with a fairly large seating area. If you can grab a window table overlooking the interior to “It’s a Small World”
Prince Eric’s Village Market – a brand new item the Mermaid donut is a new favorite. You can also find turkey legs along with some other snacks and beverages.
Storybook Treats – plenty of snacks and treats a plenty
Ceshire Cafe – specialty drinks and snacks
The Friar’s Nook – quick bites and drinks
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique – Children ages 3-12 can be transformed into a princess or knight right inside Cinderella Castle. This is a very popular reservation. Don’t forget when booking with us, we make all your reservations for you and our services are all free of charge!
Big Top Souvenirs – A great store that features Big Top Treats where you can watch all of the special Disney treats being made!
Bonjour! Village Gifts – You guessed it, find all your Beauty and the Beast themed merchandise right here.
Fantasy Faire – PhilarMagic souvenirs and Mickey ear hats
Hundred Acre Goods – Snag some Winnie the Pooh gifts
Sir Mickeys – unique gifts along with apparel
Tinker Bell Treasures – find all your princess attire here
In case you can’t tell, there is a ton to see and do in Fantasyland. Expect to dedicate a lot of time to this area when visiting Magic Kingdom. The nostalgia of the classic attractions blended with excellent food options and shopping galore make this one of the most popular lands in Magic Kingdom!
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