Fraught with danger and thrills, Adventureland is considered by most guests to be the most memorable part of the Magic Kingdom. This is the place to go if "adventure" to you means sweaty jungles, far-off lands, robots, brigands, and bird shows.
Trivia: Adventureland has more simulated dead bodies per capita than any other land in the Magic Kingdom. (The ones hurriedly buried in what was once the submarine lagoon don't count because they aren't simulated.)
Enchanted Tiki Room Under New Management
Do you have fond memories of the original Enchanted Tiki Room? Well, neither did most other Magic Kingdom guests. That's why the attraction was "reimagined" some years ago -- the story was changed, new animatronic characters were added, and the whole thing was made more kinetic and energetic. Today, Tiki Room visitors get to experience the chaos that ensues when mischievous cats Si and Am from Lady and the Tramp purchase the Room with the express purpose of eating its tasty inhabitants. And believe us -- the Tiki Gods are not pleased!
Inspired by the song "Welcome to the Jungle," the Jungle Cruise is a high-action, high-tension race for your life through some of the most dangerous waters in all of Florida.
Will wild animals carry off the small and weak? Will the temple walls collapse, crushing small children as adults scramble to save their own pathetic lives? Will jungle bacteria eat through your living flesh? Will your insane jungle guide turn to cannibalism even before you run out of food? And what about guests who are in de-Nile? Ride and find out!
Shrunken Ned's Junior Jungle Boats
Inspired by the song "George of the Jungle," the Shrunken Ned's Junior Jungle Boats are a slow-paced, nerve-soothing, pleasure cruise through some of the calmest waters in all of Florida. Will trained tiger cubs purr as you pass? Will the temple gods bless your children, showering them with rose petals and coins? Will jungle mists renew your flesh like a fountain of youth? Will your insane jungle guide turn to cannibalism even though there's plenty of food? And what about the backside of water? Ride and find out!
Pirates of the Caribbean
Walk past whre a talking parrot (technically a "pirrot") used to stand and through dark, winding, intricately themed dungeons to experience an attraction copied directly from the Disneyland original. Note that, because of space and budget issues, this attraction is slightly smaller than the Disneyland version. For example, there are fewer scenes and less animatronic figures, and everything is at three-eights scale. Also, instead of riding in boats, guests just walk by and look at the scenes through little windows.
Swiss Family Treehouse
This interactive climbing adventure was moved to the Magic Kingdom from Disneyland in order to provide room for an expansion of Tarzan's Treehouse. If you happen to visit on a day the Swiss Family is home, be sure to knock before entering anyone's branch, just in case they're not decent.
Trivia: Due to a renewed focus on increasing revenue, next year this attraction will be converted into the Swiss Family Teahouse.
Magic Carpets of Aladdin
Ever wonder what it would be like if Dumbo were a carpet? Now's your chance to find out!