Disney’s Hollywood Studios, formerly known as MGM Studios, might be the smallest of the four Walt Disney World parks, but it packs the biggest punch when it comes to thrill rides, like Rock’ n’ Roller Coaster. In 2019, it attracted 11.4 million visitors making it the fourth most popular theme park in the Sunshine State.
Guests can spend the day amusing themselves at the Lego-themed park or add tickets to the adjacent waterpark for even more fun. Although Legoland is designed for a younger audience, don’t be fooled into thinking there’s nothing to entertain older kids and adults. The Great Lego Race coaster reaches speeds up to 35 miles per hour and has a 50-foot drop.