Magic Kingdom is the oldest and most iconic Disney World park. In this theme park, you’ll experience a mix of classic and new attractions as you’re surrounded by that Disney magic you always hear about.
The Disney World parks aren’t complete without Epcot. Walt Disney himself conceived this theme park. While it didn’t turn out exactly as he imagined (he wanted it to be a real city!), some of his original ideas still made it into the park.
While Disney’s Animal Kingdom has several attractions to keep everyone entertained, the overwhelming focus of this theme park is animal conservation. The park spans over 500 acres and is home to over 2000 animals.
At the Walt Disney World Resort, you can enjoy two water parks. These Disney World parks are filled with water fun for the whole family, featuring attractions like huge wave pools, large and small water slides for all ages, and a lazy river.