Pandora: The World of Avatad
Rafiki’s Planet Watch
Fantasyland is synonymous with the Magic Kingdom and probably the land that first comes to mind thinking of the park. Fantasyland, the most extensive land in the park, takes its inspiration from the worlds of many of Disney’s animated classics. The land is divided up between the Castle Courtyard, Fantasyland Forest, and Storybook Circus. The Castle Courtyard, themed to a medieval festival, contains most of the classic dark rides, such as Peter Pan’s Flight and It’s a Small World, under the shadow of Cinderella’s Castle. Fantasyland Forest, newly expanded in 2012, is a lush extension beyond the walls of Cinderella’s Castle that features the locales from Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Located in the far back of Fantasyland, the circus has come to town in Storybook Circus, featuring Dumbo and the Great Goofini. The Walt Disney World Railroad also stops in Storybook Circus, giving you a relaxing ride to the front of the park.