Best Fast Passes for Magic Kingdom
First of all, if you would like some general Disney Fastpass tips, please read my post – Disney World Fastpass Secrets. There are 25 attractions at
Magic Kingdom Fastpass Rides
- Thunder Mountain
- Space Mountain
- Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
- Peter Pan’s Flight
- Splash Mountain
- Haunted Mansion
- It’s a Small World
- Jungle Cruise
- Mad Tea Party
- Magic Carpets of Aladdin
- Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
- The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
- Enchanted Tales with Belle
- Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor
- Tomorrowland Speedway
- Mickey’s PhilharMagic
- Pirates of the Caribbean
- Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid
- Meet Ariel at Her Grotto
- Meet Cinderella and Elena at Princess Fairytale Hall
- Meet Rapunzel and Tiana at Princess Fairytale Hall
- Meet Mickey at Town Square Theater
- Meet Tinker Bell at Town Square Theater
PRO TIP – ARRIVE 15 MIN. BEFORE THE PARK OPENS. If you are staying on property and
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Magic Kingdom Fastpass Strategy for Little Ones
If you have anyone in your party that is tall enough to ride any of the “mountains” or Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, you should definitely get a Fastpass for those. If not, here are my recommendations
Peter Pan’s Flight 10:30
Buzz Lightyear 11:30
Meet Mickey or any of the princesses or Enchanted Tales with Belle 2:00PM
Once you are done meeting the characters, take a look at your My Disney Experience app and find a Fastpass for as soon as possible. If you book one for later in the day, you cannot get one in the meantime. You are only allowed to get a new Fastpass once you’re are done with your original 3. I did not include Dumbo because there is not usually too much of a wait and they have a wonderful themed indoor playground that you can “wait at”. You are given a buzzer and then it beeps when you are up. Also, I worked around “nap time”. If it is not a consideration for you, then book them as close together as possible.
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Magic Kingdom Fastpass Strategy for Kids and Teens (taller than 44″):
Option 1 – Head straight to Mine Train and ride it first. Many sites will recommend getting a Fastpass for this one, but the line is so well themed, that it is nice to walk through it. If you use a Fastpass, you will miss out on the cute decor. If your family likes Peter Pan’s Flight, ride that early as the lines get very long and it is not too far away from The Seven Dwarfs Main Train. The interactive line is also very cute here. On your way to the fast passes below, ride Haunted Mansion. Then go to your Fastpass
Splash Mountain 11:00 Once you tap your magic band in line, try to see if you can move up Thunder Mountain to anything before noon.
Thunder Mountain 12:00* Lunch in the area If you can squeeze it in, try to do Pirates or Jungle Cruise if the line isn’t that long on your way to Space Mountain
Space Mountain 1:00
After that, play around with the Fastpass app and see what other rides you can get a Fastpass to as soon as you tap your magic band into Space Mountain (or your 3rd scheduled Fastpass).
Option 2 – Head straight to Tomorrowland and ride Space Mountain and Buzz Lightyear. Then head towards Adventureland to ride Pirates, Jungle Cruise, and Haunted Mansion before the lines get too long.
Here are the recommendations:
Splash Mountain 11:00
Thunder Mountain 12:00
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train 1:00
Once you have tapped your band at Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, check to see what Fastpass availability there is on the My Disney Experience App and book the soonest one so that you can choose others later on.
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I hope these tips have helped you plan your Magic Kingdom Fastpass rides. If you would like advice on other WDW parks, click below:
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