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Magic Kingdom's Tommorrowland

Updated on November 30, 2014

Tommorrowland

Space Mountain
Space Mountain

Tommorrowland

Magic Kingdom is broken up into six different areas each with their own unique atmosphere. In this article I will be talking about Tommorrowland. This is a futuristic world with nine different attractions located inside of it.

  1. The Astro Orbiter is a slow moving, spinning ride that is fun for all ages. This is a classic type ride; it moves slowly in a circle and can go up and down as well.

  2. Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin this is a favorite of mine as it is of many park goers. This is a slow moving, spinning ride as well but here you get to fight the evil Zurg. Zurg is stealing batteries from helpless toys and only you can stop him. This is great fun and even hand held infants can ride this.

  3. Monster’s Inc Laugh Floor it doesn’t matter if you’ve seen the Disney movie Monster’s Inc you will still love this show. It’s an indoor, interactive, stage show that will get you laughing and keep you laughing. All ages

  4. Space Mountain is a roller coaster ride. This ride is an indoor coaster with twists and drops; it moves quickly and is not recommended for everyone. It’s a great experience if you like roller coasters; this is similar to a “wild mouse” type of coaster. There is no upside down experiences in this ride.

  5. Stitch’s Great Escape is an indoor show. You will experience Stitch escaping and breathing down your neck, it is set in the dark, and it’s loud and can be scary. This show is not for everyone. We took my four year old grandson on this and he liked it, but every child is different.

  6. Tommorrowland Arcade is obviously an arcade. It’s located right beside Space Mountain. As a matter of fact when you get off of Space Mountain you are dropped into the arcade and gift shop. Nice place to cool off and take a rest, and of course spend some money.

  7. Tommorrowland Speedway a speedway with gas powered cars. The line for this is always crazy, so we hardly ever ride it.

  8. Tommorrowland Transit Authority People Mover – Oh I love this ride. It is slow and relaxing, a great place to take a rest. You get into a slow moving car and travel around Tommorrowland, through Space Mountain and Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin. I don’t know why but I have to ride this every time I come – at least once a year.

  9. Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress this is a Disney classic. It opened at the World’s Fair in 1964 and was moved to Magic Kingdom. I love this ride, you sit in a theater and the theater moves around the different stages. This ride takes you through technology from the turn of the century up until present time. It a slow ride and can sometimes be dark.

Eating in Tommorrowland

  1. Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies, this is a great place when you are looking for a sweet snack. Here you will find a variety of floats, sundaes, ice cream, iced coffee, smoothies, muffins and fruit. They have drinks as well including coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and soda. (counter service)

  2. Cool Ship is a counter service restaurant serving American foods. It’s here you will find fountain drinks, bottled water, salted pretzels and other snacks. This is located near Space Mountain.

  3. Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café is a counter service restaurant that serves American cuisine. I love to eat here because you have entertainment while you eat. Sonny Eclipse plays music for you, sings and talks to you as well. He is an animatronics robot, but he’s so cool. They serve hamburgers, hot dogs, barbeque pork sandwiches, chicken nuggets and macaroni and cheese and more.

  4. The Launching Pad is another counter service restaurant in Tommorrowland it serves specialties like the Coney Island Dog topped with chili, cream cheese filled pretzels, frozen carbonated drinks, soft drinks and more.

  5. The Tommorrowland Terrace Restaurant is an open air type of restaurant. This is a counter service restaurant that serves burgers, fries, salads, sandwiches, pasta and more. For the kids they have chicken nuggets, mac and cheese.

This includes all of the rides and shows in Tommorrowland along with all the places to eat while you’re there.

Tommorrowland

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      Shelly Wyatt 3 years ago from Maryland

      Thanks for stopping by and reading.

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      Shelly Wyatt 3 years ago from Maryland

      suzettenaples thanks for stopping by and reading, I am so happy that I could bring back some wonderful memories for you.

      aesta1 nice to know that everyone has so many wonderful memories of this park as I do. Thanks for stopping by and reading.

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      Mary Norton 3 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Time to visit Disney again. I remembered going there with my vintage 60+ friends and we enjoyed it enormously. I have not yet seen Tomorrowland so this is a good enough reason. I want to see our friend's Gingerbread House, too.

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      Suzette Walker 3 years ago from Taos, NM

      Great hub! It has been a while but I remember Tomorrowland at Magic Kingdom. I also remember the Carousel of Progress from the NY World's Fair in 1964 and seeing it again at Disney. What a walk down memory lane as I saw this back in the 1970s. I am really dating myself. LOL! Thanks so much for an interesting and informative hub.

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      Shelly Wyatt 3 years ago from Maryland

      vocalcoach, yes things have changed a great deal. I have been going there since I was a small child and I remember the ride "If You Had Wings" ( I think that's what it was called) anyway I think it was sponsored by Delta Airlines. Thanks for stopping by, reading, sharing and voting up!

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      Audrey Hunt 3 years ago from Nashville Tn.

      It's been years since I've made a trip to The Magic Kingdom. Tomorrowland is one of my favorite areas. While reading your hub I see that major changes and additions have taken place. Good hub. Voted up and sharing.