For those who have never had the opportunity to visit this theme park, it is a must see. This is just one of four of Disney's major theme parks in Orlando, FL and is a fun park for all ages. My personal experiences and viewpoint comes from having a husband who is disabled and is confined to a wheelchair. While many who visit this park can do any and all attractions, we are only able to do the ones that have access for him. I'm happy to say that this park is very accomodating. Now, that isn't to say that everything in the park is wheelchair accessible. There are still a number of rides that he is unable to do because he cannot transfer from his wheelchair to a ride vehicle, however, there are many things that we can do together.
The staff at the Magic Kingdom are very friendly and are always eager to help and give a smile as you pass by. This park is beautiful, from the gorgeous Cinderella Castle as you enter the park, to all the other intricate details that you could spend days looking for and finding new and different things every time.
At night, one of the best things about the park is the fireworks & music show called Wishes. Main Street USA gets incredibly crowded a while before the show starts are people begin reserving the best viewing spaces.