10. Four Parks
Walt Disney World is nestled on 40 square miles of land and is home to four of the most beloved theme parks in the world. The Magic Kingdom is home to Cinderella’s Castle, among many rides, attractions, and shows that pay homage to classic Disney films. Here, you’ll truly feel like a kid again! Disney’s Hollywood Studios is another marvel. It’s described as “the Hollywood that never was and always will be” because it represents the vision that most people associate with the Golden Age of Hollywood. Epcot, on the other hand, embraces culture and technology. In the 1960’s, Walt Disney described it as “an experimental prototype community of tomorrow.” Decades later, you can truly see how innovative it has become. It’s divided into two distinct areas: World Showcase and Future World. Disney’s Animal Kingdom is home to more than 1,700 animals and lush landscapes that you’d only expect to find in far-away lands. Each park is unique in their own way and has a lot to offer.