Modeled after real life castles in France, the Cinderella Castle is a fairy-tale come to life.
Dine at Cinderella's Royal Table, view the mosaic mural, and visit the boutique.
When I think of Disney World Magic Kingdom, the first thing that comes to mind is Cinderella's castle. What disney can do with this castle is amazing. I love the lights and how they incorporate it into their performances. It is pure genious and makes me feel like a little kid again.
The first time I saw Cinderella's castle I was 34 years old. I all I could do was stand there in awe! It was truly a magical experience getting to see it for the first time with my three daughters on their first time. Loved wandering around it and also watching the fireworks. The fireworks are super crowded but something everyone should experience at least once.
This is the absolute must see, and hard to miss, attraction at Magic Kingdom. Truly beautiful for any Disney fan, but especially for princess fans. The Castle at night is so beautiful and the fireworks behind it at the night's end was absolutely breathtaking! Any Disney princess or prince will love the castle as it brings a piece of Disney to life!
My 2 1/2 year old kept telling me that the castle at Magic Kingdom was the Princess Castle. She was so excited to be able to walk through the castle to look at the inside. The inside of the walls are amazing. Everyone needs to walk through the castle when you get a chance. There are times that the castle is closed due to the show they put on during the day in front of the castle. The show is a must see at least once.
The castle is beautful especially when you walk through the tunnel and everybody should experience one meal there. If you are going to do a character dining with Cinderella, I do not enjoy the ones at the castle. I have been to a better one at the Grand Floridian where they all come around to your table. The one at the castle you meet Cinderella downstairs and no one comes to your table once you are eating. If you want a meal at the castle, I would just do a regular one not a "Cinderella" one.
I absolutly reccomend that you take your prince or princess here no matter what age. Its a magical experience from the moment you walk in and get your picture with a princess. You then walk the spiral staircase up to the dining room and you little one will get a wand or sord and then be seated to eat. You will then get a chance to eat each princess while you dine and participate in a wonderful ceremony. Reservations are required so make sure you make them months in advance or you will only be left with off times.
My dauighter was amazed. She kept asking if she could go inside. She wanted to see what her room looked like. She wanted to spend the night with he as soon as you r. You can see enter into magic kingdom get to it the more beautifu. The closer youl it is.
One of the first things we saw when visiting Disney's Magic Kingdom was the fairy tale Cinderella Castle. My own little princess spotted the spires even before we boarded the monorail! She was on the lookout for Cinderella during our visit and finally got to see her in one of the parades. She was thrilled!