Liberty Square is the Colonial land of the Magic Kingdom. When you enter this land, you go back to the land of our founding fathers.
– Be sure to get your picture in the stocks!
– Stop by the Liberty Bell in Liberty Square and tug on the rope to ring the bell.
– There are some nice rocking chairs on the side of The Hall of Presidents. A great place to rest and catch your breath.
– There is a tree near the register that kids can decorate. They get their name on the tree and a certificate commemorating the event.
– There is a area behind the shop that has bench and umbrellas. It’s a perfect spot for lunch or a snack or just a break from the crowds.
– This show lasts a little over 22 minutes. It is a good place to go to cool down on a hot summer day.
– This will definitely scare your little kids. It isn’t scary for adults, but it traumatized my 6 year old.
– Be sure to read the tombstones as you wait in the queue for Haunted Mansion. One very close to where you enter the ride has motion to it. She will open and close her eyes and her lips will move.
– watch for your “ghost host” at the end of the ride
– The first boat ride is not until 10 am.
– The boat ride is 16 minutes long.
– There aren’t many seats available. If you don’t get one when you board, you will likely have to stand the entire time.
– Ask to ride in the pilot house to receive an official Riberboat pilots certificate
– Be sure to look in the river while you are on the boat. There is no telling what you might see!
– If you don’t want to be in the sun, opt for the middle deck.
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