Tomorrowland Introduction

by josh on May 12, 2010

One of the most popular lands and the one located just off The Hub to the right, Tomorrowland is home to several of Magic Kingdom’s most popular attractions, including the venerable Space Mountain and Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin. Several anytime attractions are also situated here, including the Carousel of Progress, Tomorrowland PeopleMover, and Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor.

Tomorrowland is host to no table service restaurants, but Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café is one of Magic Kingdom’s most popular quick services. Offering rotisserie chicken, ribs (only after 4pm), burgers, sandwiches, hot dogs, chicken nuggets, and salads, you’ll find a wider selection of food here than most other quick service locations. Tomorrowland Terrace is another major quick service, located closer to Plaza Restaurant on Main Street than the rest of Tomorrowland, but it’s only open when Magic Kingdom is particularly crowded. If it is open, the salad, sandwich, and pasta fare may be worth checking out. Lunching Pad is located underneath Astro Orbiter in the center of Tomorrowland, serving a couple forgettable hot dogs, in addition to sweet cream cheese pretzels, frozen beverages, and other snacks. Also near Astro Orbiter, Cool Ship serves beverages and snacks. Rounding out the choices is Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies, serving smoothies, snacks, and ice cream treats.

Mickey’s StarTraders and Merchant of Venus near Stitch’s Great Escape are the two primary stores, though most everything sold here is available elsewhere. There are small shops at the exits to Buzz Lightyear and Space Mountain as well.

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