I've saved my Magic Kingdom post until the end because well, it is truly the most magical place. I get quite emotional looking at my photos from here because I have waited so long to see that castle in real life. And it didn't let me down either!
Really, what can I say?! We spent most of our holiday in Magic Kingdom, there is just so much for little ones to see and experience. Kiddo is used to the layout of Disneyland Paris so I think Magic Kingdom felt quite familiar for her and so here is where she felt most comfortable.
Our days were filled with meeting princesses, riding Dumbo and Goofy's Barnstormer endlessly, eating hot dogs from Casey's Corner (honestly they are filthy but so blummin' good!) and just trying to do. it. all. It's a Small World was probably our most frequented ride, along with Under The Sea - Journey of the Little Mermaid. We did everything though.... and we loved it all!
Honestly, we really appreciated how good Magic Kingdom was for young children. The use of interactive queues were a godsend with a young child, especially the circus themed playground in the Dumbo queue and the interactive walls whilst queuing for The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh. So good, Disney.... so good!
We dined all over too, I have the fondest memories of Jungle Skipper Canteen and Tony's Town Square Restaurant. We ate at Be Our Guest..... Numerous times! We much preferred the evening dining experience there, the food was absolutely incredible. And of course, getting to meet the Beast in his castle.... well, you can't really get much better than that!
Meeting Tinkerbell was probably our favourite character experience of the whole trip. She really took her time with kiddo. Lots of hugs and even more kisses! It will be a memory we treasure for a long time and the photos we got were amazing.
Anyway, let's have some photos shall we?!