Walt Disney World is a truly a magical place.
Walt Disney World Resort in Florida offers a magical world of wonder just waiting to be explored with four not-to-be-missed theme parks, two water parks and more than two dozen Disney Resort hotels, along with endless shopping, dining and recreation options. Beginning Oct. 1, 2021, everyone is invited to the World’s Most Magical Celebration – the 50th anniversary at Walt Disney World Resort. Throughout this event, you can share in the magic across The Most Magical Place on Earth.
There are four theme parks at the Walt Disney World Resort: Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The first theme park built was Magic Kingdom, which is home to some of the most popular attractions including Space Mountain and the Cinderella Castle. At Epcot, you’ll also find international themed restaurants and endless shopping opportunities. Disney’s Hollywood Studios includes attractions and shows based off the latest Disney movies. Finally, at the last theme park to be built, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, the magic of nature comes alive both day and night, including a picturesque safari expedition and Pandora – The World of Avatar.
Where to Stay
Since Walt Disney World opened, Orlando and the Central Florida area have become a major vacation destination. Hotels line Interstate 4 and US Highway 192 – the two main roads into the complex. But if you want the complete Disney experience, you can stay in the magic with the Disney Resorts Collection. These unique Disney Resort hotels all feature the same legendary storytelling, detail and guest service found in the theme parks. And best of all, you’ll experience enchantment around every corner and make memories that last a lifetime. Plus, with room types that accommodate everything from intimate getaways for two to extended family gatherings for 12, there truly is something for nearly every family size and budget.
Where to Eat
At Walt Disney World Resort, you can discover dining options for every style, taste and budget, from counter-service options to casual, family-friendly restaurants to fine, signature dining. Whether you choose to dine at a Disney Resort hotel or in the theme parks or Disney Springs, you can be sure to find the quality and flexibility you’d expect from Disney.