Disney Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom Park








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Cinderella Castle is the iconic fairy-tale fortress that serves as the gateway to Fantasyland
in Magic Kingdom theme park. It is not only one of the central icons of Walt Disney World
Resort, but its romantic beauty has also come to represent all of the Walt Disney Company.

The castle is located in the heart of Magic Kingdom theme park—just above the central hub
of the Park. Many Guests catch their first glimpse of the castle from Main Street, U.S.A.
When you first see the soaring spires, ornate turrets and shimmering moat, you know you've
left the world of today and entered a magical new land full of fun and fantasy.

While it may be initially startling to see a medieval castle rising 190 feet into the sky at the
end of a street right out of classic small-town America, the dream-like magic of the
contrasting images captures the promise of the enchanted adventures awaiting you.

Step inside Cinderella Castle, and it's like you're walking into a fairy tale come true. The
castle is as beautiful inside as it is on the outside. Inspect an amazingly detailed mosaic mural—including tiles made of real 14-karat gold—and enjoy vignettes from the 1950
Disney animated classic, Cinderella. The mural contains one million pieces of glass in
approximately 500 different colors.

Also inside the castle, families are invited to dine like royalty at Cinderella's Royal Table.

Inspirations for Cinderella Castle

A variety of real and fictional castles served as inspiration for Cinderella Castle—including Fontainebleau, Versailles and the chateaus of Chenonceau, Chambord and Chaumont.
The chief designer of Cinderella Castle, Disney Legend Herb Ryman, also referenced the
original design for the castle in the film Cinderella and his own well-known creation—
Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Park in California.

Views Beyond the Magic Kingdom Berm

Guests lucky enough to be staying at one of the Resort hotels surrounding the Seven
Seas Lagoon—Disney's Contemporary Resort, Disney's Polynesian Resort and Disney's
Grand Floridian Resort & Spa—can enjoy views of Cinderella Castle from the grounds
of their Resort, and in some select cases, even from their rooms.

If you've ever wanted to end the perfect day with the perfect final vision of fireworks
exploding above Cinderella Castle, be sure to ask for a Disney Resort Hotel room with
a view of the castle when making your reservations. It's an experience you will treasure

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