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Liberty Square is the smallest land in the Magic Kingdom, and is often overlooked due to its size. Perhaps this is due to there only being three attractions here, of which only one is considered a park favorite, the Haunted Mansion.
Liberty Square is themed around the colonial era of America, with brick covered buildings and one of the original 50 replicas of the Liberty bell created in 1976 in honor of America’s 200th Birthday. This was given to the Magic Kingdom in by Philadelphia, who already had the original Liberty Bell.
Attractions in Liberty Square include the already mentioned Haunted Mansion, where you ride in a ‘doom buggy’ through the haunted house. The Haunted Mansion underwent a major upgrade in 2007 and improved the ride dramatically.
Other attractions include; the Hall of Presidents, a 23 minute audio-animatronic show with all 43 U.S. Presidents taking part and the Liberty Square Riverboat, a 13 minute boat ride on an authentic replica paddle wheel riverboat, circling Tom Sawyer Island.
Liberty Square features 4 shops; Heritage House, which offers early-American gifts, Liberty Square Portrait Gallery, offering silhouette drawings by Disney artists, Yankee Trader, offering cooking and serving accessories and finally, Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe, offering a range of Christmas decorations and gifts.
There are two restaurants in Liberty Square; the Liberty Tree Tavern, offering a colonial themed dining experience, with the menu containing influences of New England fare, and the Columbia Harbor House, a quick service lunch and dinner location offering Seafood in addition to a selection of the usual Disney menu items such as chicken nuggets and French fries.
Liberty Square has a total of 3 Attractions. You can click each one below to learn more about it.
Liberty Square has a total of 4 Restaurant(s). You can click each one below to view the menu and additional information.