The 5 Best Lines for Kids at Disney’s Magic Kingdom
Waiting in line is a necessary part of visiting Walt Disney World. You’ll inevitably have to wait for attractions during your park days. There are several attractions that provide distractions in their lines, making the wait time much more bearable. For the lines that don’t have distractions, check out this previous post for ideas on how to pass the time by clicking here. So today we’re looking at the attractions in Disney’s Magic Kingdom that have the best lines for kids at Disney’s Magic Kingdom.
Tom Sawyer’s Island
This attraction is an outdoor play area that never has a wait. There is a small raft style boat that takes guests to and from the island. The only wait is for the boat.
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
This attraction has interactive elements to play with before you enter the ride. There’s bees on a sliding pole, there’s gophers who pop up when you stamp on the ground, there’s several areas throughout the line to keep you distracted.
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
There is a whole indoor playground for this attraction’s line. Done up to remember the Clown Fire Scene in Dumbo, kids can climb, slide and run until their hearts content. When arriving at this line, guests receive a buzzer which will go off when it’s their turn to ride Dumbo.
Seven Dwarf’s Mine Train
While waiting in line for the Seven Dwarf’s Mine Train, guests can play with a video type game that has guests placing matching diamonds in their collection. It’s a fun way to pass the long wait time of this attraction.
Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
This ride doesn’t have interactive games like some of the other rides, but there is a larger than life Buzz Lightyear talking to guests as they wait to board. There are also several decals on the walls to keep guests interested while waiting to board. This ride is constantly boarding guests, which also helps with the speed of the wait.
Make sure to give the map of the park a good look before your day at Disney’s Magic Kingdom so you can have an idea of where you want to spend your day, and at what times of the day you want to be at each area. For more ideas on your visit to Disney’s Magic Kingdom with kids take a look at these previous posts: