Adventureland Magic Kingdom
"Here is adventure, here is romance, here is mystery. Tropical rivers,
flowing silently into the unknown, the unbelievable splendor of exotic
flowers, the eerie sounds of the jungle, with eyes that are always
watching… this is Adventureland."
– Walt Disney
As you walk along Main Street, U.S.A., toward Cinderella Castle, the first path on your left will bring you into Adventureland, an exotic, fanciful land which combines many foreign locales into one: Africa, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia, Polynesia and the Caribbean. Spend time looking at the architectural details and the lush landscaping!
Certain Adventureland attractions open later or close earlier than the scheduled park opening time. Be sure to check your Times Guide for the hours of the Enchanted Tiki Room and Jungle Cruise when you arrive at the park.
Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room – In August 2011, after a small fire forced the temporary closing of the attraction, the third version of the Magic Kingdom's Enchanted Tiki Room opened. This version eliminates the previous "hosts" Iago and Zazu, and is closer to the original indoor musical show.
Jungle Cruise – Cruise down the Nile, the Amazon, the Congo and the Mekong Rivers with your entertaining guide.
Magic Carpets of Aladdin – Board your own flying carpet and soar over Agrabah.
Pirates of the Caribbean – Ride through a seacoast town being pillaged and burned by swashbucklers!
Swiss Family Treehouse – Walk (and climb!) through the ingenious home of the Swiss Family Robinson. Based on the 1960 Disney feature film.
Aloha Isle – Home of the famous Dole Whips! Also serving floats, pineapple spears and beverages.
Jungle Navigation Co., Ltd. Skipper Canteen – Experience "World Famous Jungle Cuisine" in one of several unique dining rooms – including a crew mess hall and a once-hidden secret meeting room of the famed Society of Explorers and Adventurers. This table-service restaurant is staffed by Jungle Cruise Skippers.
Sunshine Tree Terrace – Non-fat frozen yogurt, citrus specialties including the original citrus swirl, and assorted beverages.
Tortuga Tavern – Counter service restaurant. Hours vary. Seasonal.
Pirates Bazaar – Adjoining Pirates of the Caribbean, this shop stocks, among the usual t-shirts and postcards, pirate hats and hooks, shirts, rings, ships in a bottle and eye patches.
Agrabah Bazaar – Open-air marketplace with Middle Eastern clothing and costumes, and souvenirs from the land of Aladdin.
Island Supply Company – Surfing gear, island apparel, leis, sunglasses, grass skirts.