The first park at Disney World also features some of the most iconic and classic rides. From Dumbo to It’s a Small World to Space Mountain, this park has an attraction for every member of the family. Magic Kingdom is not only the most visited park at Disney World, but also in the entire world.
At this internationally-themed Disney World park, it’s common to take a trip around the world and even into the future. The park is divided into two distinct parts: Future World, which focuses on the technology of tomorrow, and the World Showcase, which displays different cultures from around the world. Marquee attractions include Test Track, Soarin, and Spaceship Earth.
Where can you see Indiana Jones, an American Idol contest, and the entire cast of Toy Story? The answer is Disney’s Hollywood Studios, a park where you can experience the movies in a completely new way. Themed around Tinseltown’s classic style, icons, and landmarks, this park will make you feel like you’re taking a stroll down Sunset Boulevard in the golden age of Hollywood. Guests seeking adventure should look no further, as Hollywood Studios features two of the most thrilling rides in all of the Disney World parks: Rock ‘n’ Rollercoaster and Tower of Terror. Also features the updated Star Tours: The Adventures Continue.
Enter the world of the wild at this Disney park themed around real, ancient, and imagined animals. At over 500 acres, this largest Disney World Park has plenty to explore and discover. From the thrills of Expedition Everest to the tunes of Finding Nemo the Musical, this park has plenty of unique experiences for guests. The definite main attractions, however, are the Animal Kingdom’s amazing and exotic animals. Animal Kingdom is also the site of the future Avatar-themed attractions coming later this decade.