Tag Archives: Magic Kingdom

My Favorite Disney Memory – What is yours?

Who remembers the morning show that used to take place every morning to open Magic Kingdom? It was my absolute favorite! The Mayor of Main Street, USA would come out and welcome everyone, the dancers/singers would perform, the train would roll in with the characters, and that one family would walk out to join in the countdown. How lucky were those people that got picked? Speaking from experience, super lucky! I had

Keys to the Kingdom

Happy Thursday Main Streeters! The Pumpkins are out at Magic Kingdom, and it is officially the most magical time of the year, this is of course, my very humble HalloQueen opinion. Because the park is decorated in its Fall Finest, I want to share with you another fantastic Enchanting Extra that is just extra magical during this time of year. I’m talking about the Keys to the Kingdom Tour. If you are a collector of

Disney After Hours, Our Review! #disneyafterhours

Re-post in case you missed it! On Saturday evening, we went to Disney’s Magic Kingdom to attend the Disney After Hours event. What’s Disney After Hours you ask? It’s a separate ticket event held on select nights, and it’s truly a great time. Let’s talk about it! Disney After Hours happens after the Magic Kingdom closes. Guests who don’t have the event lanyard can not stay in the

Wizarding in Disney

All Hail the Main Streeters! Blow the fanfare; they have returned to read the blog!  Happy Thursday Friends, and welcome back to The Main Street Mouse! As I continue down memory lane, unearthing Walt’s classic movies and finding enlightenment, life lessons, and wonderful quotes to share with you all, the journey continues to the 18th animated film by Walt; the Sword in the Stone. Unfortunately, if you follow Di

Gone But Not Forgotten: Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride

All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them – Walt Disney As one of the Magic Kingdom’s opening day attractions, Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride was modeled after the Disneyland version with one difference; two separate boarding areas which allowed the vehicles to travel on separate tracks. This created a slightly different ride and scenes to pas through depending on the boarding location. If bo

TMSM’s Adventures in Florida Living ~ Back to Work…. and a bit of Disney Magic!

Happy Wednesday! I hope you’re all doing well and are ready to catch up! It’s been a crazy week, so let’s go! We’re pretty much settled into the new house, thank God. Are all my boxes unpacked? No, but almost. It’s finally starting to feel like home, and that’s a good feeling. It’s funny how quickly we adjust to new surroundings. Sometimes the thought of going someplac

Gone But Not Forgotten: 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea

  “Times and conditions change so rapidly that we must keep our aim constantly focused on the future” – Walt Disney Tonight, we will submerge ourselves in the past and begin Disney’s first journey under the sea. Of course we are talking about 20000 Leagues under the Sea! One of the original flagship attractions, 20000 Leagues opened at WDW Magic Kingdom on October 14, 1971. It took 38 riders ‘under