The Magic Kingdom in Disney World is about to get even more magical for adults as the Happiest Place on Earth will now serve alcohol.
For the first time, Disney's Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida will have alcohol available. Beer and wine will be served at the new Be Our Guest restaurant once it opens later this year. The restaurant will be part of the Fantasyland expansion, which officially opens on Dec. 6, but previews will start November 19.
Disney officials made the decision to bring alcohol to the park after receiving feedback from guests who said they would like to be able to have wine or beer with dinner.
Disney says the addition of alcohol "enhances the guest experience."
This will be the first time that the Magic Kingdom will serve wine or beer in its 41-year history. Alcohol is served in other Disney World parks including Epcot, which has beers around the world, Disney-MGM Studios (Disney's Hollywood Studios) and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Alcohol is also served at Disney resorts.
There will be some restrictions on the alcohol sales. The alcohol will only be served during dinnertime hours at the French restaurant based on Disney's "Beauty and the Beast." The restaurant will serve French wines and champagne as well as French and Belgian beers to go along with the theme. The alcohol will not be allowed to leave the restaurant.
To go along with Walt Disney's idea of clean family fun, alcohol has been very limited as Disney parks. Disneyland in California is a dry theme park, with the exception of its extremely exclusive Club 33, which serves alcohol. Singer Katy Perry was spotted at Club 33 recently with a friend.
Adult admission to the Magic Kingdom is $89 for a single day for guests 10 and older. Kids ages 3-9 can get $83 tickets. Kids younger than three are free.