How many guests can Magic Kingdom hold?
Magic Kingdom can hold at maximum 100,000 guests. At that point all arriving guests including Passholders and those staying at the resorts are all turned away. This is what is known as a "Phase 4".
The Magic Kingdom can evidently accommodate 100,000 guests. There doesn't appear to be an official maximum occupancy from Disney for their parks but we can presume perhaps 400,000 people can be in all four parks at any given time. You can find on the web up to 700,000 people can be in the parks on a given day.
The Magic Kingdom was built in October 1971. This year is going to be their 40th anniversary. Although the theme park was built in 1971 that didn't stop Disney from fixing up the theme park regularly. In fact today they have a major fantasyland expansion taking place. There are many proposed rides that will open in 2012 or 2013.
Between all the rides and shows and food establishments, there's lots of fun stuff to do at Magic Kingdom. Everybody has their different tastes, so what you can do there is only limited to what exists there. There are things that are filled with magic and wonder that children (and those adults who keep the childhood at heart) love, to the adventures and thrills of those rides in Frontierland or Tommarowland, to the shows in…