The Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Florida is the first park to be opened at the Florida Amusement Park. The design was based on Disneyland, a California amusement park opened in 1955, except on a grander scale. The Magic Kingdom is one of four parks at Walt Disney World.
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Amusement Parks -- Florida -- Walt Disney World (Fla.);
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Smolski, Chet, "Walt Disney World, Florida: Main Street U.S.A." (1978). Browse All. 809.
amusement parks, Walt Disney World, tourism