Florida Orlando Tickets has worked closely with Walt Disney World to bring you Disney Web Content. Your one stop shop for all things Disney from theme park maps and exclusive pictures and video clips to ticket options and prices, park hours, parades and fireworks and much more! This is the only place on the web where you can find everything you absolutely need to know about Disney vacations. The Walt Disney World Resort Map is conveniently located on the homepage where you will also find current information about the Disney Parks including its water parks as well as Downtown Disney.
Disney at a Glance:
Walt Disney World Resort is made up of 4 theme parks and 2 water parks that span 30,000+ acres across Central Florida. The Disney parks include Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. Other attractions include Downtown Disney which houses Disney Quest and Cirque du Soleil- La Nouba, the ESPN Wide World of Sports, Disney’s Boardwalk as well as Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course.
About Magic Kingdom:
What we love most about the Magic Kingdom is using the Disney Railroad Train to travel across its 6 different magical lands—Main Street U.S.A, Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, New Fantasyland (now open), and Tomorrowland. Be sure to find your way to the heart of Magic Kingdom where Cinderella’s Castle rises 190 feet in the air. Meet the princess herself when you make reservations to dine at Cinderella’s Royal Table for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Families can also dine with characters at the Crystal Palace or enjoy picture perfect meet-and-greets with characters throughout the park.
Below: Magic Kingdom theme park official video.
The newly redesigned Spaceship Earth is the attraction ride inside the iconic ball that welcomes families to a handful of rides, shows and learning pavilions at Disney’s Epcot. There are two major sections of Epcot: Future World and the World Showcase. Future World is made up of 6 different learning pavilions—the Imagination! Pavilion, the Land Pavilion, Mission: SPACE Pavilion, the Seas with Nemo & Friends Pavilion, and the Universe of Energy. You can also travel through 11 different countries at the World Showcase—Mexico, Norway, China, Germany, Italy, United States, Japan, Morocco, France, United Kingdom and Canada.
Below: EPCOT theme park official video.
About Hollywood Studios:
Families love to stroll through the iconic movie sets of Hollywood Studios originally known as MGM Studios. Upon entering the park guests are immediately greeted by the Sorcerer’s Hat which was inspired by the 1940s animated film Fantasia. Some of the parks staple rides include Star Wars, the Tower of Terror and the Rockin Rollercoaster though it is most known for its parades, fireworks and shows. This is the only place where you can witness the American Idol Experience live, watch the Muppets in 3D, and see the extreme action stunt show Cars!
Below: Hollywood Studios theme park official video.
About Animal Kingdom:
Disney’s Animal Kingdom is the largest of the 4 main theme parks. It has 7 different areas that house more than 1,700 animals—Oasis, Discovery Island, Camp Minnie-Mickey, Africa, Rafiki’s Planet Watch, Asia, and Dinoland U.S.A. Disney’s Tree of Life is the centerpiece of Animal Kingdom standing 14 stories above the well-known Mount Everest rollercoaster. Inside the Tree of Life you’ll find the 3D show It’s Tough to be a Bug featuring characters from It’s a Bugs Life.
Below: Animal Kingdom theme park official video.
About Blizzard Beach:
Chill-out at the world’s only winter themed water park Blizzard Beach which features a dozen water rides and attractions from water slides and lazy rivers to heated pools that make waves. Start your vacation by gliding 120 feet down one of the tallest and chilliest water slides in the North America. Then ride chair lifts to the peak of frosted mountains and slide down slippery slopes or bobsled to the bottom of white-sandy beaches.
Below: Blizzard Beach water park official video.
About Typhoon Lagoon:
Tan on white sandy beaches or snorkel with sharks and sting-rays at Typhoon Lagoon where you can find everything from water rides and attractions to wave pools and beaches. This is the only water park in Orlando where you can surf the waves solo or go white water rafting with the whole family!
Below: Typhoon Lagoon water park official video.