Walt Disney World Resort Guide

No trip to Florida is complete without at least one visit to its biggest attraction, Walt Disney World – the most popular tourist destination on the planet!

Your kids will love you for it and you’ll remember what it feels like to be a child again too! Walt Disney World is simply the biggest and best family entertainment on offer anywhere – and when you holiday in Florida, it’s right on your doorstep.

Walt Disney World offers something for all the family and with 4 theme parks, 2 water parks and 5 golf courses, it can be visited again and again to keep the magic alive.

Magic Kingdom

With 7 zones including Frontierland, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Adventureland, you won’t be stuck for ideas on what to do next! Take your pick from a range of famous rides, from old favourites such as Space Mountain, Cinderella Castle, Big Thunder Mountain and the Haunted Mansion, to the newest popular attractions.

Pirates of the Caribbean

Set sail on this boisterous journey to discover Captain Jack, his nemesis Barbossa and a host of buccaneers adding a terrific twist to the classic adventure — along with new special effects.

Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor

Help the "Monster of Ceremonies" and his crazy pals power the city of Monstropolis with laughter! You won't have the same experience twice at this comedy club for visiting humans.

Epcot Center, Orlando

Celebrating the cultures and wonders from around the world, Epcot features two zones – Future World and World Showcase – that take you on a journey around the globe and into the future.

Mission: SPACE

This interactive thrill-packed adventure is out of this world! As close as you can get to blasting off into space without leaving Earth, the dynamic and daring cosmic mission includes dodging meteors and navigating nebulae.

The Seas with Nemo & Friends

Inspired by "Finding Nemo", this fun-filled adventure takes you on a journey down into the deepest parts of the ocean to greet Nemo and pals as they swim amongst the live marine life of the gigantic aquarium.


Take a free-flying adventure as you glide 40 feet in the air, looking down on the breathtaking vistas of Yosemite and redwood forests.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Featuring 4 zones – Backlot, Hollywood Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard and Mickey Avenue Animation Courtyard – this is where Hollywood dreams come to life. Let your kids take a starring role in one of the many themed attractions, such as:

Toy Story Mania

Walt Disney World’s newest interactive attraction inspired by the "Toy Story" films. Zip off into a 4-D world of games hosted by Woody, Buzz, Jessie and the crew, shooting at targets to rack up points.

High School Musical 2: School's Out!

The hit movie soars to life with a dazzling new show of singing, dancing and "Wildcat Fever"! An irresistible sing-along experience for the whole family.

The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror

Enter the once-glorious hotel for a jolt back in time. Board a phantom elevator, shoot up 13 stories then plummet down again and again for a different ride each time.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park

The Animal Kingdom Park is brimming with fun, wonder and adventure. Featuring 7 zones including Dinoland, Oasis, Africa and Asia, a variety of attractions and shows celebrate the majesty of nature.

Kilimanjaro Safaris

Climb aboard for an exciting safari for the entire family. Watch animals roam freely across acres of savannah, rivers and rocky hills – you may even catch a glimpse of one of the baby animals that were recently born here!

Expedition Everest

A high-altitude, high-speed train adventure on the towering Forbidden Mountain, with nail-biting hairpin turns and a snarling beast who watches over his domain!

Walt Disney water parks

From sloshy fun for little ones to exciting thrills for teens, dive into a wet and wonderful world of water slides, wave pools, river rapids and relaxing beaches at Walt Disney World’s two water parks.

Disney’s Blizzard Beach

This slushy, slippery, exhilarating water park features rides such as Toboggan Racers, Slush Gusher, Summit Plummet and Tike’s Peak for tots.

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon

With 9 water slides and the world’s largest artificially-created waves, dare you take on the Mayday Falls, Crush ‘n’ Gusher, Humunga Kowabunga or Shark Reef?

Planning your trip to Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World is a short drive from Orlando and is easy to get to by car using the Interstate 4 or Western Expressway, or there is a local bus service from Orlando. Getting around once you are inside is easy – if you don’t fancy walking, there’s the resort’s bus, monorail and ferryboat systems. Getting something to eat is easy too – there are just under 150 restaurants, cafes, quick bites and other dining options to cater for just about every taste! As well as the eateries located around the resort, the World Destinations zone has a variety of pavilions with restaurants representing food from around the world.

There are a variety of ticket options depending on how many days you want to spend at Walt Disney World, and how many of the theme parks you want to visit. Some attractions can have long queues at very busy times but the free FastPass system is a virtual queue, allowing you to stamp your ticket for instant admittance at a certain time.

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