Magic Kingdom Walt Disney World, Florida, USA
The Magic Kingdom is divided into six distinct areas (lands), arranged in a spoke-like formation, all meeting at the top of Main Street, U.S.A. right in front of Cinderella Castle. The six lands consist of Main Street, U.S.A., Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, and Adventureland. Each land is themed to its appropriate title and maintaining that theme is paramount to the park's operation. A vast network of underground tunnels (Utilidors) connect all sections of the Magic Kingdom, thus preventing guests from seeing any of the necessary behind-the-scenes operations, and preventing cast members from one land from having to walk through another. Well, that was the original idea anyway - recent changes to park policy now allow cast members to walk freely through the park in whatever outfit they happen to be wearing. The Magic Kingdom contains some real "don't miss" attractions, depending on what age bracket you fall in. One of this park's strengths is the cross-generational appeal of many of its better attractions. Splash Mountain is a good example. It's not unusual to see three generations of family members riding together. Other favorites like Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Jungle Cruise, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Haunted Mansion offer similar appeal to a wide range of visitors.