It may be possible, but it�s not recommended, especially if you�re a first time visitor, have children with you, or actually want to have a good time. (After all, you are on vacation, aren�t you? Aren�t you??) There are people who regularly attempt this feat, seeing all 41 attractions in a single day � just like some people train all year to complete the Boston Marathon. On February 28, 2003 Dr. Edward Waller of Houston,Texas was the first person to complete the Magic Kingdom One Day Challenge by visiting the 37 open attractions in exactly eleven hours. You have to give Ed credit for stamina, he still wasn�t finished, and repeated a few favorites for a total of 43 rides in 12 hours five minutes. The current record-holder is Rich Vosburgh, of Austin, Texas who spent months with a personal trainer to prepare to complete 41 attractions in 10 hours 40 minutes. For mere mortals, it�s probably a better idea to pace yourself, be selective and plan to spend two days, or to come back! More tips from WikiAnswers Contributors: * I think it's definitely possible to at least see most of Magic Kingdom in one day and still have a good time. You might not get to do everything there, but you'll at least get enough of the Disney experience to feel satisfied. The key is to pick out the stuff you really want to do and go for it. Then, do the other stuff if you have time. In my opinion, if you are able to do Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, see a parade, and watch a show or two, you've done pretty well. However, if you have small children, it will probably be a little more difficult to see everything you want to in one day. * To give a really short answer, I would say the answer is no, the average guest cannot see everything and ride all the rides at the Magic Kingdom in one day. BUT it is quite possible to have a good time in only one day! If you only have one day (which I totally understand), you absolutely must take the time to learn everything you can about the Magic Kingdom, know what would be the best attractions for *your* group and focus your times on doing those things. Check the park schedule, and chose a day with the longest hours. Be sure to get a times guide when you arrive, use FastPass whenever possible, and be flexible. * Make a list before hand of the things you REALLY want to do, and try yot get thise done. then if you have time left over, look into other attractions
slightly smaller than magic Kingdom but better rides...
There aren't really any rides strictly for "adults" at the Magic Kingdom, I suppose though, Space Mountain & Big Thunder Mountain could be considered too intense for small children but kids as young as 7 are allowed to go on both rides as long as they are accompanied by an adult.
To get the most rides total at Disney World, you'll have better luck at the Magic Kingdom. You'll find numorous attractions to experience there.
Space Mountain and Thunder Mountain will be the most "thrilling". Jungle Cruise is a lot of fun too. But to be perfectly honest even the rides that are designed for younger guests such as Pirates of the Caribbean and the Hunted Mansion are a blast for people of all ages.Take a look at all of the Magic Kingdom Rides (includes pictures and descriptions) here....http://www.orlandominivacations.com/magic-kingdom.html
Splash mountain space mountain big thunder mountain so 3
When visiting magic mountain there are many great rides to see and go on. The best rides by far, and the reason for going to magic mountain are the rollercoasters. All of them are great.
The magic kingdom has so much to do. There is 7 themed lands and more. Adventureland with multiple jungle themed rides, Fronteirland with rides themed off the old Fronteir, Liberty Square based off Colonial America, Fantasyland based off story books, and tomorrowland based off the future
Space Mountain, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, and Splash Mountain
The idea was based on the rides at Disneyland, Magic Kingdom,Tokyo Disneyland and Disneyland Paris Theme Parks.
the best park at Walt Disney world would be magic kingdom for kids, teenagers and adults. magic kingdom is really a magical place where some of the best rides are.in second place would be animal kingdom for all ages you can see real live animals and theres expedition Everest and dinosaur. witch are the best rides there.
Magic Kingdom, Epcot and MGM Studios are 3 diff places, lol :PAnd erm....................... I do not know how many rides there are, but i have been to Florida and I LOVE IT! :PI Highly recommend it :P=x=
Splash Mountain (Magic Kingdom) Kali River Rapids (Animal Kingdom) And of course, all of the rides at Disney's two water parks (Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach).
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 Adventureland or many of the other lands. To get a deep feel of the place, check out the park guidemap as you enter the park.
You cannot fall out of rides. The manufacturers of the rides test out everything with all sorts of test.
If you are looking for a vacation filled with fun and excitement, visit the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World. The Magic Kingdom is a wondrous place for people of all ages and makes a great destination for a family vacation. There are so many rides, shows and attractions at the Magic Kingdom that it is difficult to see them all in one day. The Magic Kingdom has something for everyone. Younger children will enjoy meeting their favorite Disney characters in several different locations throughout the park. There are many different rides that young children will enjoy. The Dumbo ride is very popular, as is The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and It's a Small World. These rides are all calm enough for a small child to enjoy with a parent. Unlike other amusement parks, all of the rides are designed so that the parents can enjoy the rides with their children. Tweens, teens and anyone else who enjoy thrill rides will have a blast at the Magic Kingdom. Splash Mountain is a wild water roller coaster ride in which anyone who rides is sure to get wet. Big Thunder Mountain and Space Mountain are two more roller coaster thrill rides that are the some of the most popular rides in the park. The shows are a great place to cool off while at the Magic Kingdom. The Country Bear Jamboree is a cute show featuring singing and foot stomping bears. There are many different live shows outside Cinderella's Castle that feature Mickey Mouse and the other Disney characters. The parades usually run twice a day down Main Street and the night usually finishes with a fireworks spectacular before the park closes. If you love to visit with the character and take photographs, consider eating at one of the character dinners while in the Magic Kingdom. You can visit with Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore and Piglet at the Crystal Palace character buffet dinner. If you would rather enjoy a dinner with the Disney Princesses, dine at Cinderella's Castle and enjoy a royal feast with Cinderella and friends. Whether or not you enjoy thrill rides, you will be sure to have a great time at the Magic Kingdom. There is something for everyone to enjoy and Walt Disney World makes a great vacation destination. Disney World is a magical place and most people will find that they love to come back to visit again and again.
Most of the Magic Kingdom but mainly Fantasyland. Epcot has Kim Possible Missions in World Showcase. Also Spaceship earth and all of Future World East are kid friendly. Hollywood studios is split they have lots of thrills but also lots of stuff for little kids, the most notable is Play House Disney live on stage. Animal kingdom is completely kid friendly except for Expedition Everest and Dinosaur.
Depends if you are including the water parks (Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach), with those there are a lot of water rides, but without them I can only think of a few. The river rapids in animal kingdom, Splash Mountain and the Pirates of the Caribbean in Magic Kingdom, and the small log ride in Norway in Epcot.
The Six Flags Magic Mountain in Los Angeles has over 40 rides. One can find details of all the rides on their website including 'Superman escape from Kryton' and 'Viper'.
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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.
there's a lot of physics concepts that are applicable in the rides in enchanted kingdom. some of them are newton's law of motions, circular motion and fluids.