2. Yesterday, Tomorrow, and Fantasy
After wetting their appetites on Main Street, visitors can follow the paths to the other lands from the center of the park. For those seeking excitement and thrills, Adventureland is there to satisfy. There, guests can sail the seas with Captain Jack and his crew, have a frosty Dole Whip, and be serenaded by tropical birds at The Enchanted Tiki Room. For guests wanting to step back in time for a little historical detour and visit a famous haunting spot, Liberty Square is nestled just beyond the river boats. For a rip-snorting-rootin’-tootin’ good time, look no further than Frontierland. Home to hoedowns, Country Bears, and two of the three famous mountain rides, Frontierland has everything you could want for a visit to the wild west. Now comes perhaps the largest of the lands, Fantasyland. Recently, Fantasyland has been divided into two areas, Fantasyland and Storybook Circus. The former contains famous fairytale locales such as Ariel’s Grotto, Gaston’s Tavern, Princess Royal Hall, and Prince Charming’s Carousel. The latter contains a circus fairground complete with a big top tent, Pete’s Silly Sideshow, and Goofy’s Barnstormer Coaster. Both areas are perfect for anyone wanting to show off their more whimsical appetites. The final area of the park is Tomorrowland, a land dedicated to the vintage, sci-fi world of the future. Once inside Tomorrowland, guests are transported to a far away planet where they can swing through the stars on Space Mountain, take on the forces of Zurg in Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin.
All the lands come together in glorious harmony to present a whole new world of magic and marvel. The Magic Kingdom is not your typical theme park, it is the gateway to multiple worlds of imagination. The worlds of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy soon blend together in a wave of joy, excitement, and wonder.