You can’t help but be swept away by the nostalgia of the turn-of-the-century inspired Main Street, U.S.A.®. The streets of this all-American small town (inspired in part by Marceline, Missouri where Walt Disney grew up) are lined with shops and restaurants, a delight to both the young and the young-at-heart. You can travel down Main Street, U.S.A.® by foot, horse-drawn trolley, fire engine, omnibus, jitney, or horseless carriage where you’ll relish the authentic details that appeal to every single one of your senses. From the barbershop quartet singing perfect four-part harmonies and the smell of fresh-baked cookies permeating the air, to the amazing architectural details. And at the end of Main Street, U.S.A. is Cinderella Castle, the icon of Magic Kingdom® Park.
Cara’s Tip: Be sure to allow plenty of time to enjoy Main Street, U.S.A. Too many people rush through this part of the Magic Kingdom Park experience. No matter how many times you visit, you are bound to discover something new and exciting each time!
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All-new nighttime extravaganza celebrating the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney World Resort. Inspiring everyone to believe in magic, the show features Disney music, enhanced lighting, stunning fireworks and—for the first time—immersive projection effects that extend from Cinderella Castle down Main Street, U.S.A.
Each afternoon Magic Kingdomcomes alive with music and dance during a tribute to the tales of Fantasyland as it winds its way throughout the park. You see float after float loaded with favorite Disney Characters from Tangled, Peter Pan, and The Little Mermaid. It’s definitely a don’t-miss!
Genuine 1928 steam-powered trains puff around the perimeter of the Magic Kingdom® Park with stops in Frontierland®, Fantasyland, and Main Street, U.S.A. The entire loop takes approximately 20 minutes. Trains depart each station about 7 minutes apart.
Hop on a variety of old-time vehicles putting and honking their way down Main Street, U.S.A. to Cinderella Castle. Enjoy horseless carriages, jitneys, and shiny red fire engines or the non-motorized trolleys pulled by handsome Belgian and Percheron draft horses.