Disney World Theme Parks
Disney World Parks cover well over 1,000 acres and are constantly growing.
The Disney World parks have something for every member of the family from grandpa all the way down to the little ones. But without being familiar with the parks you may wonder where to even begin. Disney World boasts two massive water parks and also hosts a huge shopping district as well.
I have comprehensive guides that cover food, entertainment, attractions and much more. As a bonus, I’ve put together several guides to special events and you’ll find all the essential tips and FastPass+ resources you’ll need to focus your time and resources on the right attractions and rides.
I’m here to save you time as well as money that way you don’t waste your valuable time standing in lines when you could be on one of the most awesome rides in the parks.
When someone says “Disney World”, that is typically when people envision the Magic Kingdom. No matter who you are, young or old, the Magic Kingdom is the exemplification of what Disney World is all about. Technically speaking it has more visitors yearly than the other parks and is loved world round for Cinderella’s Castle and Space Mountain.
Epcot is a fairly large park with two themed areas, Future World and World Showcase. Future World shows off attractions that focus on human exploration and imagination. In the World Showcase, you can travel around through its 11 countries. Hunt for princesses and try out some of the best food and beverage from all over the world.
This isn’t your everyday hometown zoo. People come here from all over the world for its 500 acres of wild safari animals, character meet and greets, as well as high flying coasters like Expedition Everest and attractions like Pandora – The World of Avatar.
Hollywood Studios has become a one-stop-shop for everything stage shows and movies. This park has a lot of feel of old-time movies mixed with Disney Junior favorites. The newest additions are Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and Toy Story Land.
There can be long lines at Blizzard Beach water park, which is one of the most popular water attractions in all of Walt Disney World. My Blizzard Beach guide will make it easy for you to spend less time in line and more time exploring the park’s slides and other attractions. Check it out here!
Typhoon Lagoon has plenty of tropical ambiance if palm trees are more your thing. Typhoon Lagoon is a water park perfect for families interested in visiting the Walt Disney World Resort, as it features a unique water coaster called Crush ‘n’ Gusher, as well as one of the biggest wave pools on the planet.
Outdoor Shopping Area
If you love to shop and love to enjoy some really fine dining as well as nightlife then this is your place to go! From the new Chicken Guy! by Guy Fieri to Wine Bar George you are bound to find something that you’ll love to eat at one of the over 60 restaurants here. But that’s really just the appetizer on what there is to do at Disney Springs. There’s also over 100 shops and so much exciting entertainment and nightlife (even for the little ones)
How many parks are there at Disney World?
There are four theme parks at Disney World: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom.
How much does it cost to enter the parks?
Prices for tickets to the parks vary depending on the length of your stay and the type of ticket you purchase. You can check current pricing and purchase tickets on the Disney World website.
Can I visit more than one park in a day?
Yes, you can visit multiple parks in one day with the Park Hopper option, which allows you to visit multiple parks on the same day for an additional fee.
Are there any age restrictions for the parks?
No, there are no age restrictions for the parks. However, some attractions may have height requirements or may not be suitable for young children.
Can I bring my own food into the parks?
Yes, you are allowed to bring your own food and drinks into the parks, including snacks, sandwiches, and non-alcoholic beverages. Glass containers and alcoholic beverages are not allowed.