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Sleeping Beauty Castle - your gateway to Fantasyland!Sleeping Beauty Castle - your gateway to Fantasyland!

 

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When Walt Disney opened the original Fantasyland in California back in 1955, he said: "Fantasyland is dedicated to the young at heart and to those who believe that when you wish upon a star, your dreams come true." While it could be said that all of Disneyland is one big fantasy, it is here in Fantasyland that the fairy tale heart of the Disney empire can be found. Representing many of the best aspects of Disney's animated classics, Fantasyland is where you step into a living, breathing fairy tale.

 

Key Attractions

Sleeping Beauty Castle

Sleeping Beauty Castle

How else would you enter a world of fantasy and imagination but through the gates of a castle? The Sleeping Beauty Castle is your gateway to fantasy...and Fantasyland! Walk through the castle gates here.

   
its a small world

it's a small world

This attraction opened in April 2008. This major addition to Fantasyland is a Disney classic. This indoor boat ride employs technology and scenes not seen in any other Disney attraction. It also introduced 'small world' versions of Disney characters to the ride.

   
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

The most popular of the four rides in Fantasyland, guests will hop aboard a Honey Pot where they will encounter a storybook wonderland.  More about this FASTPASS attraction can be found here.

   
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Shows and Theatre

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

Mickey's PhilharMagic

In Mickey's PhilharMagic, guests will don specially designed 3D glasses, guests will see all their favourite characters leap off the screen and appear right before their very noses.

   
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

Golden Mickeys

One of a number of shows to watch in the park.  It is a tribute to old Hollywood musicals, with all the glitz and glamour that you would expect from a show featuring just about every Disney character you could care to name. 
   
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Other Attractions

Dumbo the Flying Elephant

Dumbo the Flying Elephant

Climb aboard Dumbo and fly high above Fantasyland. The best part is, you've got the magic feather and you control how high and low it will go.

   
Mad Hatter Tea Cups

Mad Hatter Tea Cups

Arguably one of the most famous of the Disneyland rides, it is also one of the most dizzying. Climb inside a giant tea cup and spin until you're dizzy. It sounds fairly wacky, but the mad geniuses at Walt Disney Imagineering made it work!

   
Cinderella's Carousel

Cinderella's Carousel

Every amusement park has a carousel, and every Fantasyland has one too. Ride ye olde horsey thingy, based on the California original!

   
The Sword in the Stone The Sword in the Stone

Pull the Sword from the Stone and be crowned King or Queen for a day. Times vary for the ceremony. Check the official site, or obtain a park guide from the Entrance or the City Hall on Main Street.

   
Fantasy Gardens Fantasy Gardens

Situated right in front of the Fantasyland Train Station. Meet all your favourite characters and have your photo taken with them. This is one of the true unique highlights of Hong Kong Disneyland.

   
Fantasyland Railroad

Fantasyland Station

Railroads and Disney have always gone hand-in-hand, and Hong Kong Disneyland is no exception. Departing from the Main Street Station, Fantasyland is the only other place you can board this 'around the world' express.

   

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Dining and Shopping

Royal Banquet Hall Royal Banquet Hall

This place has four showcase kitchens: a Steam kitchen serving dim sum;  Kettle kitchen that will fill you up with curries and stews; the Sushi and Tempura kitchen and a Grill kitchen, bringing you sausages, satays and steak.  This one is only open for Lunch and Dinner.

   
Clopin's Fetsival of Foods Clopin's Festival of Foods

A 240-seat festive atmosphere, and another four open-show kitchens with noodle, wok and barbeque kitchens. Ideal for quick bites. This one is also only open for Lunch and Dinner.

   
Shopping

Shopping in Fantasyland

The Storybook Shoppe provides shoppers with the finely crafted works based on great storybooks. Merlin's Treasures is more of a general gift store. For any Pooh-related merchandise, go crazy in Pooh Corner.

   
Small World Ice Cream

Small World Ice Cream

Since it's a small world opened in April 2008, this ice creamery has filled a sweet hole in the local cuisine. Offering traditional vanilla, chocolate and strawberry (with real strawberries), as well as sesame flavours, it's a great treat on a hot (or cold) day.

   
Popcorn

Popcorn Stands

Look out for these old fashioned popcorn stands dotted around Fantasyland. Sometimes there is nothing better than popped corn, fake butter and a whole lot of salt.

   

A  more detailed look at Disney dining, including other places to eat in the park, can be found on our Dining page.

 

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