In need of a little Disney magic? If you can’t get to the Most Magical Place on Earth, you can visit Walt Disney World virtually through YouTube ride and attraction videos.
We’ve rounded up a great video for each and every ride, attraction, and show that you can currently find at the Magic Kingdom. It’s the next best thing to being there!
Virtual Walt Disney World Series
Our virtual Walt Disney World series is just a fun way to explore and enjoy the parks when you can’t be there. Because the majority of these videos are from the guest’s point of view (POV), they can be even more fun viewed through VR headsets for your phone, or by projecting it on a wall or viewing on a big screen tv.
You can even get creative and make ride vehicles to sit in and add your own special effects. Have fun with it!!
And because it’s all virtual, you can hop from park to park as much as you want. Here are the links to the other parks:
Virtual Magic Kingdom
Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is such a fun place to visit. The first of the four Disney theme parks to be built in Florida, it also has the most to see and do. It’s almost impossible to see it all in one day.
Express Monorail to the Magic Kingdom
“Por favor mantengense alejado de las puertas!” Please stand clear of the doors and enjoy your express monorail from the Transportation and Ticket Center to the Magic Kingdom. Stay on, and you’ll continue your journey all the way around the Seven Seas Lagoon and back to where you started.
Take the Ferry Across Seven Seas Lagoon
On a beautiful day, the more relaxing way to get to the Magic Kingdom is the Ferry Boat. You can choose to sit inside in the shade or stand outside on deck to feel the breeze as you cross the waters to the shores of the Magic Kingdom.
Let the Magic Begin
The “welcome show” for the Magic Kingdom used to be held outside the entrance. But a few years ago they relocated it to the castle stage. So once you arrive, you can enter the park and look around on Main Street, U.S.A. as you make your way to the Cinderella Castle stage to see the show.
Once the show is over, the other lands of the park will open and everyone can make their way (in an orderly fashion) to their first attraction!
Full Walk Around the Magic Kingdom
This is a well-shot, smooth walk around the entire Magic Kingdom. You can sit back and enjoy it all at once, or stop wherever you like and scroll ahead the next time to pick up where you left off.
Walt Disney World Railroad Full Loop
All aboard! The Walt Disney World Railroad has been closed for a while due to construction on the new Tron attraction. But thanks to this ride video, you can ride it any time you want! This version starts and ends at the Main Street train station.
Main Street USA
The “heart of America”, Main Street U.S.A. is such a great place to take your time and enjoy all the little details. As a Cast Member on my Keys to the Kingdom tour put it, Main Street, U.S.A. is like the opening credits to the show you are about to see in the rest of the park.
Take a Ride on Main Street Vehicles
The main street vehicles do not run all day long. So if you see one, be sure to catch a ride as it is a unique experience!
Meet the Citizens of Main Street, U.S.A.
Be sure to say hello to the citizens of Main Street, U.S.A. when you see them!
The Dapper Dans Barbershop Quartet
The Dapper Dans are a Magic Kingdom delight! They’ve been known to drop in and serenade guests getting haircuts at the Harmony Barbershop. But they also love to entertain the crowds right along Main Street, U.S.A.!
The Main Street Trolley Show
There’s nothing like a little singin’ and dancin’ to get you going in the morning. And the Main Street Trolley Show might just be pulling up to supply that for you as you walk up Main Street, U.S.A.! So be sure to stop and enjoy it!
The Casey’s Corner Pianist
Casey’s Corner is my favorite lunch spot in the Magic Kingdom. Aside from the baseball theming and great hot dogs, you can grab a seat with a great view of Cinderella Castle and listen to the soundtrack or, if you’re lucky, enjoy a live piano performance!
Cinderella Castle Hub
The castle hub is the center of the park. From here you can choose to go to any of the other themed lands. But it’s also a great place to hang out and enjoy the scenery. And it’s an especially good spot to watch the Festival of Fantasy parade.
Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire
Festival of Fantasy Parade
The Festival of Fantasy Parade is a gorgeous, colorful parade with lots of huge floats and many of your favorite characters. The highlight is the fire-breathing dragon version of Maleficent. And while you can see the parade in Frontierland, Liberty Square, or on Main Street, U.S.A., nothing beats this view with Cinderella Castle in the background.
The Main Street Philharmonic
What do you get when you take a marching band and give them a Disney playlist? you get the Main Street Philharmonic!! Enjoy!
Move It! Shake It! MousekeDance It! Street Party
It’s like a parade that you get to be a part of! Join Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Clarabelle as they make their way to Cinderella Castle for a dance party!
Tomorrowland was my favorite land as a kid. Something about the future really gets the imagination going thinking about all that is possible. Thrill seekers can enjoy Astro Orbiter and Space Mountain. And the whole family will enjoy Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin.
The Astro Orbiter offers some of the best views of any attraction in the Magic Kingdom. But the ride moves fast and is over before you know it, so make sure to keep your eyes open!
We found two options for you. The first is a standard view. The second is a 360-degree view where you can control which way you are looking.
Here’s the other Astro Orbiter video with a 360-degree view:
Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
Do you have what it takes to stop the evil Emporer Zurg from completing his galactic conquest? Join Buzz Lightyear and his space rangers in the ultimate battle!
Monster’s Inc. Laugh Floor
Enjoy this hilarious comedy show where the guests are sometimes part of the action.
Zoom through the darkness of space aboard your rocket ship. While it’s extremely dark inside Space Mountain, this video turned out pretty good.
As a kid, I loved getting to drive my own race car around the Tomorrowland Speedway. This video puts you back in the driver’s seat, and if you want to keep watching it, it will do another lap in different lane.
Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover
“Paging Mr. Morrow… Mr. Tom Morrow.” Take a relaxing ride around Tomorrowland on the Tomorrowland Transit Authority Peoplemover.
Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress
Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress is one of those classic Disney attractions that people of all ages can enjoy.
If you have little kids, you might find yourself heading straight for Fantasyland and spending a lot of time here. So many favorites and great new attractions since the expansion. Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is the most sought-after FastPass+ in the park, but you can ride it over and over here with no wait!
The perfect first roller coaster for little kids, the Barnstormer is a fun ride.
Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station
While not a ride, the Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station is a great place to cool off on a hot Florida day at the Magic Kingdom. And since we’re walking through this virtually, we don’t have to worry about our clothes getting wet!
Dumbo the Flying Elephant
Take a ride in your very own flying elephant! Since relocating Dumbo the Flying Elephant to its new home in the Storybook Circus area, the wait times have been drastically reduced. And here, you don’t have to wait at all!
Enchanted Tales With Belle
Be part of the “tale as old as time” when you visit Belle in Fantasyland. Enter her house and be magically transported to the Beast’s castle!
it’s a small world
Take a ride on the happiest cruise that ever sailed on “it’s a small world”.
Mad Tea Party
The family always makes me promise that we won’t spin the teacup too fast. But that goes right out the window as soon as we get going on the Mad Tea Party!
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
A family favorite, the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is a great ride for everyone. I love how the vehicle’s motion changes from scene to scene.
Follow Donald on a magical journey as he borrows Mickey’s sorcerer hat and finds himself part of several classic Disney animation scenes. Mickey’s Philharmagic is a 3D film, which is why it’s a little blurry in this video.
Peter Pan’s Flight
Get pixie-dusted and fly above London and go off to Neverland with Peter, Wendy, Michael and John to battle the sinister Captain Hook. You can scroll back to see some of the queue elements.
Prince Charming Regal Carousel
Carousels are so much fun. And the Prince Charming Regal Carousel is no exception, with its beautiful horses and Disney music.
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
Since its debut, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train has become the most popular attraction at the Magic Kingdom. And it’s easy to see why, as it combines a family-friendly coaster with some really impressive modern animatronic characters.
Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid
Hop inside a clamshell and go under the sea to see the story of Ariel as you have never seen it before.
Liberty Square is such a wonderfully detailed land. That more than makes up for it being the smallest. It also features my favorite Walt Disney World attraction of all-time: The Haunted Mansion.
Hall of Presidents
Enjoy this telling of our nation’s history by all 44 U.S. Presidents.
The Haunted Mansion
My absolute favorite Disney attraction. The Haunted Mansion artfully blends humor, story, and special effects to create an experience you can enjoy again and again.
Liberty Square Riverboat
Take a cruise on the Rivers of America aboard an authentic paddle-wheel ship.
As you move from Liberty Square to the end of Frontierland, you are heading further west while also going forward in time through the pioneer days. It’s much like how America expanded in real life. And when you get there, you find not one, but two thrilling mountain attractions!
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
Take a ride on the wildest ride in the wilderness: Big Thunder Mountain Railroad!
Country Bear Jamboree
Sit back and enjoy this country-western musical revue of singing bears.
Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade
As a kid, I always loved the Frontierland Shootin’ Arcade. There are so many great effects that happen when you hit the targets. In this video, you’re more of an onlooker than a shooter, but it’s still fun.
Everybody has a laughing place. Sometimes you have to plummet through the briar patch to get there.
Tom Sawyer Island
Tom Sawyer Island doesn’t get a lot of love, probably because it isn’t easy to get to. But you can explore the island on this walk-through.
The spirit of Adventure is something shared by all of us, and in Adventureland, you can be an adventurer and explore the world. The world famous Jungle Cruise will either have you rolling on the floor, or rolling your eyes, as you travel the rivers and jungles of the world.
The world famous Jungle Cruise takes you on a tour of the rivers of the world. But will you survive the jokes?
The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
The Magic Carpets of Aladdin is like Dumbo, but on flying carpets. Just watch out for those camels. They spit!
Pirates of the Caribbean
Arrrrrgh! Journey through a town as it is being overrun by pirates on Pirates of the Caribbean! and remember… Dead men tell no tales!
Swiss Family Treehouse
The Swiss Family Robinson was one of my favorite movies growing up. So the Swiss Family Treehouse has a lot of nostalgia for me. I would love to have a treehouse like this one!
Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room
Another classic Walt Disney attraction, the tiki room is a great place to get out of the heat and enjoy a good show. You can scroll back if you want to see the pre-show.
Every day at the Magic Kingdom is capped off by some great fireworks and light shows. In these videos, you have the best seat in the park for each.
Happily Ever After
Happily Ever After is the Magic Kingdom’s newest fireworks show that also includes projections on to the castle. While the fireworks can be seen from all over the park, the projection portion is best viewed from in front of Cinderella Castle.
Once Upon a Time
Join Mrs. Potts as she entertains Chip with a bedtime story that includes classic Disney tales projected on Cinderella Castle.
Electrical Water Pageant
Recently, we learned that the Electrical Water Pageant was only meant to be a one-time show as a thank you for corporate sponsors when the Magic Kingdom opened. But it is still running today!
We hope you enjoyed this virtual tour of the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. Be sure to bookmark this page if you want to visit again.
And if you want to visit other cool places besides Disney Parks, we have 20 Virtual Field Trips you can take to places like museums, zoos, aquariums, and historic sites!