Here is a recent Magic Kingdom map to help you plot your course.
Sometimes to plan the perfect Walt Disney World vacation, you just need to go the old-fashioned route: Consult the map. Here is a recent Magic Kingdom map to help you sort out all the details. There haven’t been major changes since this one rolled out, and we will update as soon as a map reflects some big differences!
Large Magic Kingdom Map Images
We’ve got each land outlined below, or you can look at the entire map with large files to zoom in all you like.
- ⬇️ 2023 Magic Kingdom Map – Large Size to view/download
- ⬇️ 2021 Magic Kingdom Map Legend – Large Size to view/download
If you’d like to just explore each land at-a-glance, keep scrolling.
More Walt Disney World park maps:
Magic Kingdom Parking Lot Map
First thing’s first… where did you park? Check out our guide for more info on how much parking at Magic Kingdom costs, and how to snag a choice spot.
Main Street, U.S.A. Map
Stroll down Main Street, popcorn in hand. Your adventure is just beginning…
- 1 – City Hall
- Guest Relations, Information, Lost & Found
- 2 – Walt Disney World Railroad Station
- 3 – Town Square Theater
- Meet Mickey Mouse!
- 4 – Casey’s Corner
- 5 – The Crystal Palace
- 6 – The Plaza Restaurant
- 7 – Plaza Ice Cream Parlor
- Hosted by Edy’s
- 8 – Main Street Bakery
- 9 – Tony’s Town Square Restaurant
- 10 – Emporium
- 11 – Uptown Jewelers
- Featuring Pandora Jewelry
- 12 – Main Street Confectionery
Adventure on the high seas to battle pirates and bad Jungle Cruise puns? You’ve come to the right place.
- 13 – Swiss Family Treehouse
- Explore the treehouse inspired by the classic Disney film.
- 14 – The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
- Fly high on a magic carpet above Adventureland.
- 15 – Jungle Cruise
- Set sail on a whimsical cruise through exotic rivers.
- 16 – Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room
- Watch tropical birds and colorful flowers come to life
- 17 – Pirates of the Caribbean
- Embark on a voyage to a time when pirates ruled the seas.
- 18 – Springroll Snack Cart
- 19 – Sunshine Tree Terrace
- 20 – Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen
- 21 – Aloha Isle
- Hosted by DOLE
- 22 – Tortuga Tavern
- 23 – Island Supply by Sunglass Hut
- 24 – Plaza del Sol Caribe Bazaar
Yeeeehaw! It’s the rootin-est, tootin-est jubilee this side of the Mississippi!
- 25 – Walt Disney World Railroad Frontierland Station
- 26 – Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
- Ride through a gold-mining town on a runaway train.
- Height requirement: 40″
- 27 – Tom Sawyer Island
- Brave this Mark Twain-inspired hideaway.
- 28 – Country Bear Jamboree
- Have a knee-slappin’ time with these singing bears.
- 32 – Frontier Trading Post
Liberty Square Map
Haunts lurk around every corner of this quant village square…
- 33 – The Hall of Presidents
- Behold all the U.S. Presidents on stage together.
- 34 – Liberty Square Riverboat
- Cruise the Rivers of America aboard the Liberty Belle
- 35 – Haunted Mansion
- Take a spine-tingling tour of this dark, haunted estate.
- 36 – Liberty Tree Tavern
- 37 – The Diamond Horseshoe
- 38 – Columbia Harbour House
- 39 – Liberty Square Market
- 40 – Sleepy Hollow
- 41 – Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe
- 42 – Memento Mori
Bibbidi Bobbidi, there’s magic brewing here!
- 43 – Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
- Ride the classic attraction.
- 44 – Mickey’s PhileharMagic
- Get swept away in this 3D movie
- 45 – Peter Pan’s Flight
- Fly with Peter Pan aboard a magical ship
- 46 – “it’s a small world”
- Take a boat tour around the globe.
- 47 – Enchanted Tales with Belle
- Relive the magic of Beauty and the Beast by taking part in the fairytale with Belle herself!
- 48 – Under the Sea – Journey of The Little Mermaid
- Descend below the waves for a splashy musical adventure.
- 49 – Meet Ariel in Her Grotto
- 50 – Pete’s Silly Sideshow
- Meet with Donald Duck, Goofy, Daisy Duck, and Minnie Mouse
- 51 – Walt Disney World Railroad Fantasyland Station
- 52 – The Barnstormer
- Take flight on this thrilling junior roller coaster.
- Height Requirement: 35″
- 53 – Dumbo the Flying Elephant
- Ride your favorite flying elephant.
- 54 – Mad Tea Party
- Spin around and around in a giant teacup.
- 55 – Mee Merida at Fairytale Gardens
- 56 – The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
- Travel through the Hundred Acre Wood in an oversized Hunny Pot
- 57 – Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
- Race and rock through a diamond mine
- Height requirement: 38″
- 58 – Princess Fairytale Hall
- Meet some of your favorite Disney Princesses
- 59 – Cinderella’s Royal Table
- 60 – Pinocchio Village Haus
- 61 – Be Our Guest Restaurant
- 62 – Gaston’s Tavern
- 63 – Prince Eric’s Village Market
- 64 – Cheshire Cafe
- 65 – Storybook Treats
- 66 – The Friar’s Nook
- 67 – Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
- 68 – Fantasy Faire
- 69 – Big Top Souvenirs
Take in the future of tomorrow and maybe even rocket into space…
- 70 – Tomorrowland Speedway
- Take a ride in your very own hot rod.
- Height Requirement: 32″, or 54″ to ride alone
- 71 – TRON Lightcycle / Run
- Ride your own Lightcycle through the GRID
- Height Requirement: 48″
- 72 – Space Mountain
- Blast off on this coaster ride in the dark.
- Height Requirement: 44″
- 73 – Astro Orbiter
- Pilot your own spaceship high above Tomorrowland.
- 74 – Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover
- Ride this mass transit system of the future.
- 75 – Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress
- Travel through the 20th century to see how technology has improved our way of life.
- 76 – Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin
- Fire lasers to defeat Zurg in this shooting gallery-inspired game.
- 77 – Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor
- Discover the power of laughter in this live comedy show with audience participation!
- 78 – Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe
- Hosted by Coca-Cola
- 79 – Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies
- 80 – Cool Ship
- Hosted by Coca-Cola
- 81 – Energy Bytes
- 82 – Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company
- 83 – The Lunching Pad
- 84 – Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant
- Open seasonally
- 85 – Tomorrowland Launch Depot
- 86 – Star Traders
Magic Kingdom Map
Again, if you’d like to view the whole map in a very large size, here is the map.
And if you love looking through maps as much as we do, you’ll love our Travel by Map features in WDW Magazine.
Not sure if you’re going? You can just get more information about a potential Disney vacation: