Disney World's first theme park, the Magic Kingdom, opened in Florida in 1971. Visitors quickly fell in love with the gorgeous castle, entertaining shows, and fun rides.

While the park still feels like magic, it's seen multiple renovations and expansions over the years, meaning not all of its original or early attractions are still in place. While some have been taken out due to certain franchises' lack of popularity, others were removed due to ending sponsorships or a change in direction. Regardless of why these attractions have gone extinct, we're here to look at them now.

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Here are 10 attractions from the Magic Kingdom that no longer exist.

10 Plaza Swan Boats

This elegant boat ride opened when the Magic Kingdom did in 1973. It took guests on a cruise down the canal around Cinderella’s Castle, eventually bringing guests into Adventureland for a journey around the Swiss Family Treehouse island.

This boat ride only operated seasonally, when the parks were at high capacity. This and other factors caused it to close in 1983.

9 Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride

This ride themed around one of the main characters from The Wind in the Willows took guests on a speedy journey on the back of Mr. Toad’s motorcar. The ride was first opened at Disneyland and was later brought to the Magic Kingdom in 1971.

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The Disney World version featured two tracks that sent guests on slightly varied journeys, however, both of them resulted in riders being sent to a scary hell-like scene. Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride closed in 1998 and was replaced by the much cheerier The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.

8 The Legend Of The Lion King

Though Disney’s Animal Kingdom features a Lion King-themed show today, the Magic Kingdom was the first park to bring Simba and friends to the stage.

Debuting in the Fantasyland Theater in 1994, The Legend of the Lion King featured life-sized puppets who retold the story featured in their animated movie. The show was closed in February of 2002 and was replaced by the 4D shortfilm, Mickey’s PhilharMagic, which is still showing today.

7 Snow White’s Scary Adventure

Today, the Magic Kingdom is home to the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train coaster. However, from 1971 to 2012, it instead housed a Snow White-themed dark ride.

This slow-moving attraction went through many alterations, but the original ride was actually pretty terrifying. Snow White was never seen in this version of the ride, and instead, the evil witch was found haunting guests by randomly appearing seven times throughout the track.

The ride got a friendly update in the '90s. This time around, Snow White was added to her own ride and the scary scenes were toned down as to not terrify younger guests. The attraction was eventually turned into the Princess Fairytale Hall, which houses meet-and-greets with Disney Princess to this day.

6 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea: Submarine Voyage

This extinct Magic Kingdom attraction took guests on a submarine voyage based on the film of the same name from 1971 to 1994. Through the porthole view, guests could see moray eels, crabs, clams, fish, and other sea life as well as diver animatronics. They also experience storm-simulation effects and were led to believe that the Nautilus' captain was trying to avoid icebergs.

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Though the attraction was incredibly popular, it closed due to its small ride capacity and high upkeep expense. The Ariel's Grotto meet-and-greet attraction took its place, followed by Pooh's Playful Spot and now, the aforementioned Seven Dwarfs Mine Train coaster.

5 ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter

Before Stitch's Great Escape! entered Tomorrowland, guests were being scared by the ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter ride, which was created to draw in older guests.

The attraction was housed in a circular theater, which had guests sitting around a plastic teleportation tube that housed a creepy alien life form. Unluckily for guests, the creature escapes, the room goes dark, and chaos ensues.

Guests could feel the alien's breath and drool through special effects. Though this concept is similar to that of the Stitch attraction, the experience was much more intense and featured a sign outside that recommended the attraction for ages 12 and up. Despite this, it still closed in 2003 to make way for a lighter, less terrifying show.

4 Skyway

This opening day gondola lift attraction transported guests between Tomorrowland and Fantasyland from 1971 through 1991. It gave guests great views of the park from 60 ft. in the air as vehicles moved at a leisurely pace of 4 mph.

Though the Magic Kingdom boarding stations were demolished, Disney is bringing a new gondola lift system to Disney World property that is set to open on Sept. 29 of this year. Known as the Disney Skyliner, this system will bring guests between Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and three on-site resorts.

3 Delta Dreamflight

If You Had Wings was a two-person Omnimover dark ride located in Tomorrowland. It transported guests to locations through the Caribbean and beyond in the '70s and '80s, and in 1989, it was transformed into the Delta Dreamflight.

Dreamflight utilized the original ride system, however, this time guests were educated on the history of flight by viewing scenes filled with animatronics and projection effects. Though the attraction had a solid run, it was eventually demolished to make room for the interactive shooting ride known as Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin.

2 Mickey Mouse Revue

This Fantasyland attraction was one of three to open alongside the park. This show, which starred a collection of audio-animatronics, had Mickey Mouse taking on the role of conductor and various Disney characters performing in his orchestra.

Scrooge McDuck, Winnie the Pooh, Dumbo, and King Louie were just a few of the Disney characters to appear in this show. Songs performed included "I'm Wishing" from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" from Song of the South, and "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?" from The Three Little Pigs.

This show was replaced by the aforementioned Legend of the Lion King in 1994.

1 Mickey’s Toontown Fair

Topping off the list is an entire land full of attractions. Opening under the name Mickey's Birthdayland in 1988 (and eventually renamed to the better known Mickey's Toonwon Fair), this section of the park included walk-throughs of Mickey and Minnie's homes, Donald's Boat, and the Toontown Hall of Fame meet-and-greet area. This location was created after guests complained there was no dedicated place in the park to interact with Mickey Mouse.

Though this land no longer exists, having been replaced with Storybook Circus in 2012, the Goofy's Barnstormer coaster from the original Toontown has been rethemed and remains active today.

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