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Featuring four exciting theme parks, two water parks, an entertainment complex and much more in Orlando, Florida, Walt Disney World® Resort is a world-renowned attraction themed around classic Disney fairytales and newly popular Disney stories. The resort is home to Cinderella’s Castle in Magic Kingdom® Park—the Most Magical Place on Earth—and is ideal for guests of all ages and group sizes.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Orlando Travel Experts
  • FastPass+ Service is free.
  • Pay to park once per day, no matter how many parks you visit!
  • Parking is free for Disney Resort hotel guests with a valid Key to the World Card or Resort Parking Permit.
  • Disney’s shuttle service and monorail makes it easy to park hop.
  • Children under 3 are always free.
  • Celebrating a special occasion and want to let everyone know about it? Stop by the Vacation Planning Booths to pick up a complimentary Celebration button and wear it proudly throughout the day.
  • Download the My Disney Experience app to better plan your Disney vacation, reserve FastPass+ selections, and dining options prior to your arrival.
  • Stay at a Disney Resort Hotel to enjoy Extra Magic Hours at Disney World Theme Parks.


from Disney World® Theme Parks
Make all your dreams come true in four uniquely themed parks and two water parks, each with its own special version of Disney® magic! Fantasy becomes real and reality becomes fantastic as you relive childhood memories and create new ones. Theme Parks Include:

Magic Kingdom Park®
Enter a fantasy storybook world of beloved characters, timeless tales and bold adventures. Home to Fantasyland, featuring Enchanted Tales with Belle, Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid, Storybook Circus and so much more!

The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train has rolled into New Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom® Park! In this one-of-a-kind attraction, excitement holds sway as you swing left and right, up and down and over every hairpin twist and turn of the track.

A new kind of excitement holds sway this summer. And, yeah, it’s going to rock! Don’t miss the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, now rolling at Magic Kingdom Park!

Explore the awe-inspiring possibilities in a world of endless wonder and high octane thrills.

Disney's Hollywood Studios
Enjoy a backstage pass to the place "where showbiz is" and entertainment comes to life.

Disney's Animal Kingdom Park®
Experience creatures real and imaginary in thrilling adventures and magical surprises.

Magic Your Way Base Ticket
You can buy the Magic Your Way Base Ticket for 2-10 days. It gives you admission to one Theme Park per day. And each day, you choose which one of the four Walt Disney World® Theme Parks you want to enjoy. The 1 Day Magic Your Way Base Ticket is valid for the MAGIC KINGDOM ONLY.

Park Hopper® Ticket
Want to enjoy more than one Theme Park per day? Buy a Park Hopper® Ticket. With so much to see and do here, you'll love the ability to come and go from Theme Park to Theme Park on the same day.

Waterpark Fun & More Ticket

Blizzard Beach®
Chill out at the world's only "ski resort" Water Park with slippery slopes full of gushing good times!

Typhoon Lagoon®
Brave stormy seas and slippery slides at this wild Water Park that has something for everyone in the family.

Reserve Orlando Customer Reviews

99 Reviews
Shirley Douglas
Kansas City, MO
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Vacation 2016"
September, 2016
The kids liked magic kingdom went to Epcot also parks very crowded took all day to ride maybe 6 rides in magic kingdom not worth almost $200 a person
Tip: Take plenty of money ??

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Gilberto Morales
Watauga, TX
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"love it!"
August, 2016
It was are first time to go as a family and we had a blast.
Tip: Be sure to take snacks and water. Lot's of walking but it was worth it.

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Steven Herp
Louisville, KY
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Very overwhelming"
August, 2016
My family and I went to magic kingdom and epcot while in Orlando on vacation. Disney is a family oriented theme park. Cast members help out with the kids. And both my father and mother have disabilities and the cast members helped out with them as much as they could.love this place and diffenitly we be going back.
Tip: Plan on busy rude people all around. Not park members but other guest.

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Chad W.
Ballwin, MO
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Best. Vacation. Ever."
August, 2016
Going into my vacation I was highly skeptically how it would go since I was taking my 2 year old daughter (spoiler alert: she's impatient, but what 2 year old isn't), my wife, and my parents, mix this together with the Florida summer heat and the fact that we were driving there from Missouri, it seemed like a recipe for disaster trying to coordinate and please everyone. Much to my surprise however this vacation ended up being one of the best vacations I've ever had.

This comes down to one thing, planning ahead. Be sure to use all the tools available to you. Starting off I used Reserve Orlando because of their awesome ticket prices. We received some additional days free (we ended up staying 5 but had 6 day tickets for the cost of 4 days). I had multiple questions before and after buying the tickets from them to which I got answers pretty much instantly using the chat on their website.

After I had purchased the tickets I received an email from them with the Disney ticket codes which allowed me to setup a Disney Experience account and connect my tickets to them. I also made sure to get a Magic Band for everyone that was coming and hooked it to the Disney account. This was awesome for multiple reasons:

First you can use the bands to get into all the parks that you have tickets for by just tapping the band against a Mickey podium at the gates. The podium will light up green and into the park you go.

Next there are Disney photographers around all the parks, at character greetings, etc. that you can get your picture taken by. Once the picture is taken they will scan your band and the photo will be added to your account. This is true for anyone in your travel party, if they take a photo and scan their band it will appear in your Disney Experience account (be sure they added to your travel party in your Disney account). The cool part is that if you have the My Disney Experience phone app you will see your photos magically appear within 20 min or at times it seemed instant. It was fun to be able to look through your photos during the rare times that you were standing in line.

Another useful part of the bands is that it is used with Fast Pass + reservations, dining reservations, some rides (like It's a Small World) will acknowledge you are there by name using the band or even take an in-ride photo of you (like Buzz Lightyear ride) which you can scan your band to add to your photos at the end of the ride.

If you are staying on-site in a Disney resort (we stayed at Yacht Club..highly recommend due to awesome pool it shares with Beach Club called Storm Along Bay -- seriously it's the BEST resort pool in Disney World) you can hook the band up to a payment method in your Disney account letting anyone in your family with your unique PIN code purchase food, drinks, gifts, etc. with their magic band. When you checkout you will receive a listing showing who charged what to the account so that you can settle up later.. just remember that the full amount is auto charged to your payment method so be sure your account can cover the amount of the charges until you settle up.

We decided to purchase Memory Maker which was great because it lets you download all the photos you took around the park for one price. If you order this in advance from your Disney Experience account online it is cheaper, just be sure to buy it at least 4 days in advance before you go because there is a 3 day (from the time you purchase in advance) freeze on the feature.. which means you will have to wait 3 days from the time you purchase it to get all your photos for the 1 price... otherwise you will be paying like $15/photo. The Memory Maker option was worth it to my family because it allowed us to just enjoy the vacation and get some really great photos of the whole family. This is in contrast to those photos we all have where there is always 1 family member missing (person taking photo.. usually Dad) or constantly interrupting someone else's vacation asking them to take your photo.

The last major tool at your disposal that I've mentioned slightly before is the Disney Experience app. This is app is AWESOME.. I really would not want to do Disney World without it. From the app you can pretty much do everything from anywhere and it shows a constantly updated itinerary of each day you have planned at Disney World. Some of the best features are that you can: make dining reservations, check current line times, make Fast Pass + reservation changes on the fly (tip: if the ride you are going to has little to no line, then use the app to cancel said fast pass and instead schedule another fast pass at a different time, then go through the normal line since there is little to no wait), check park hours, check which parks have Extra Magic Hours (another perk for staying on-site in a Disney resort.. this allows you to be in the park an extra 2 Hours early or late on designated days/parks), Make dining reservations, view maps of attractions in a park, view where character meet and greets are, view dining options and menus, view restroom locations, view shows and events, view where photographers are, view tours, etc. One of the best changes to the app that I noticed was that they recently added in a GPS like directions that show you how to get from point A to point B and estimated distance from your location via different methods.. walk, bus, boat, monorail.

We did 2 character meals while at Disney World. The first was in Epcot's Norway lunch at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall. This was perfect for my daughter because it is a princess lunch and Snow White, Belle, Ariel, Cinderella, etc. can all be seen there. Beyond the excitement for my daughter, the food was really good. You get a buffet style first course followed by an entree and a dessert to share. The other character meal we did was at the Beach Club resort breakfast at Cape May Cafe and there we were greeted with beach themed Goofy, Donald, and Minnie Mouse. It was fun meeting the characters, but the breakfast was huge and had anything you could desire for breakfast.

One last thing, even though Disney World parks have some awesome shops be sure to visit Disney Springs to checkout World of Disney (largest Disney store in the world we were told), The LEGO store, and The Art of Disney if you are looking for unique artwork or prints.

Needless to say the vacation was amazing and we'll definitely be back.
Tip: Drink plenty of water. Get comfy shoes and break them in before you go. Also, build in time to your plans for naps for both kids and adults. You will need them.

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Carlos Vasquez
Round Rock, TX
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Want to come back"
August, 2016
It was the most refreshing experience of my life. I was a kid again playing with my kids, Thank you for allowing me to run around like child and as my son's best friend.
Tip: go to the buffet with chef Mickey at one the hotels

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Crystal Johnson
Mechanicsville , MD
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Reserve Orlando ROCKS"
August, 2016
I chose to purchase my Disney tickets through Reserve Orlando because they allowed me to check out using PayPal. Reserve Orlando was so simple to use, just select what you want, purchase, and print your tickets. I accidently selected the wrong date for Magic Kingdom so I called Reserve Orlando Customer service, they were very friendly and in two seconds my date was change and we were all done. When I got to Sea World I realized we forgot the tickets but no worries, all I had go do was pull up the email and they were able to scan my tickets right from my phone. A++++ Reserve Orlando
Tip: Trust Reserve Orlando, Buy with confidence

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Bonnie Stinson
Atlanta, GA
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
August, 2016
People should expect long lines, so fast pass is great. Make sure you plan in advance!
Tip: Bring lots of water with you!

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Penny B.
Banner, KY
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Over rated"
July, 2016
I think the magic kingdom is way over rated, the lines are really really long, make sure you bring your own food and drinks. Any place you can go in and eat have over an hour wait time. There's more shops than they are rides. It reminds me of Dollywood, instead of dolly,, you have mickey mouse. People that have been there before have brought strollers with coolers in them instead of kids. Really hot, really long lines for everything, and I think it is really over-rated. You would have to stay from opening to closing to see most of everything, and theirs so many people, you probably still wouldn't get to do everything.
Tip: Take your own food and drinks, saves so much time and money.

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TripAdvisor Reviews
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"First visit"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 19, 2016 NEW
This was our 1st visit to Walt Disney World, that being my wife and I, the trip was arranged by friends of our,s, who went with us, they have been 25 times. We stayed in Old Key West resort, building 55, in a 2 bedroom 2 bathroom apartment, the bedrooms where spacious so were the bathrooms, the apartment was well equipped with dishwasher, cooker, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer, enough crockery and cutlery for 8 people, and very clean. We had a good view from the balcony, looking onto the river that went from the resort center to Disney Springs. The pool could be seen from our balcony, was approx 100 meters to walk. All the staff, sorry cast members, we met where always polite and friendly. We where on the Disney dinning plan. Now this is where I do have a gripe, being on the Disney dinning plan all your meals are paid for upfront, so that means no money changes hands when you eat. So why are you expected to TIP the waiting staff when going to a table service meal? I look at tipping as the waiter getting paid twice, once by the company, eg Disney, and once by the customer at the end of the meal, and why is it a set 18% charge. I had reason to complain one morning about the service at OLIVERAS, after ordering our breakfast we finally got it 30 mins later and they messed up the order, this was at the goods to go counter. I complained to the manager, she gave us our 4 quick service credits back and we got 5 table service credits as well. Disney has a brilliant Transport service, we used it all the time, the bus drops you within a 5 min walk of the park entrance, security is good at the park entrance, with bag search and your band and finger recognition to gain entry. The parks where always clean, so where the toilets. Fast passes come in very handy at the parks, as my wife and my friends wife both have to use walking aids, we where also allowed special assistants passes, which means you go to the ride, tell them that you have special assistant and they give you a time to come back then you go through fast pass. The food in all the restaurants we ate in was out standing. Prime Time in Hollywood studios, will always stay with me, we had a brilliant waiter. Prime Time is set in 1952 and you are treated as though you are at the family table of that year, no elbows on the table, manners have to be used. I got punished for back chat, all done in good humour. We attended the Mickey,s Not So Scarey Halloween Night, 1st time I have ever been Trick or Treating, the fireworks where spectacular, the Halloween parade brilliant. We also got to see the last electric light parade, another brilliant parade. When you visit Walt Disney World, be prepared to do a lot of walking, I'm fairly fit for my age, but some times I began to feel it in my legs, the heat takes it out of you as well. If you think you have seen firework displays, you haven't seen anything until you see Disney,s fireworks, we saw them at Magic Kingdom, EPCOT and Hollywood Studios, they combine music with lasers and fireworks to split second timing. the theater shows and 3D shows where brilliant, a good chance to rest your legs and get out of the heat for a few minutes. Fantasmick at Hollywood Studios is a must. Animal Kingdom, is a must to see animals in the surroundings that Disney has created for them is brilliant. I do have another gripe about Disney, there merchandise is very expensive, they have a captive market whilst you are in the parks or resorts, and in my opinion exploit there guest by charging so much for their merchandise. There is so much to do and see in Walt Disney World that 2 weeks was not long enough. Would I go back yes. Even Hurricane Matthew didn't put a dampner on our visit.
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Princeton, New Jersey
"Awesome place... much to do... all great"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 19, 2016 NEW
This is an awesome place, whether visiting with friends or family. With plenty of parks of Disney to visit and an excellent downtown Disney, overall Disney world is awesome for enjoyment
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Maplewood Minnesota
"Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed October 19, 2016 NEW
My family and I traveled in late September to Disney World, on one of our nights we paid the extra cost to experience Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. Upon entering the Magic Kingdom gates in our car there were signs posted informing us that the party had been sold out that evening, this was a Sunday evening in late September and it was sold out. The crowds were so obnoxious that many times while walking you couldn't move your arms without hitting someone, people were everywhere, too many people. When I read reviews on the Halloween party most of the reviews said that even on sold out nights the park is still relatively easy to maneuver because Disney limits how many tickets they sell, this is not true. No matter what we did, where we went there were people totally surrounding you, it was unbearable. Every tip that I had read regarding the party turned out not to be true at least in our case. The tips said to go to the later parade because it was less crowded, not true. Visit characters later in the evening when crowds start to leave, again not true. I can't recommend visiting this event, the crowds were just too much in my opinion making the event not enjoyable.
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Mexico City, Mexico
"Always worth"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 19, 2016 NEW
Always worth to take children to Disney World, now to Mickey's not-so-scary Halloween Party! And ride some attractions too
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Brian D
Taylors, South Carolina, United States
"Must See"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed October 19, 2016 NEW
This attraction is classic and we have visited over almost fifty years. Especially for families and any children. So many newer exhibits also.

Frequently Asked Questions about Disney World® Theme Parks

How does the MyMagic+ work after I purchase my tickets?
In the past, the FASTPASS could only be secured within the park on the day of your visit. With the new system, you can schedule FASTPASS selections online. Once your reservation is 30 days prior to your visit, we will automatically submit your order to Disney (which takes 2-3 business day to receive the linking code). The MyMagic+ number will be emailed to you on an updated E-ticket and you can start the online planning.

If you are a Disney Resort guest, you can take advantage of receiving your FASTPASS linking code within 60 days prior to your arrival. You can contact our customer service department on the 60-day mark, and we will request your linking code (which takes 2-3 business days to receive). If you do not contact us, we will submit your order as a 30-day guest. Once received, the MyMagic+ number will be emailed to you automatically. Again, the 60-day feature is only available for guests staying on a Disney Resort property. 

What is a MagicBand and how much does it cost? 
Your MagicBand enables you to unlock your Disney Resort Hotel room and buy food and merchandise. Plus, your MagicBand gives you FastPass+ access to all the experiences you've selected online. MagicBands are available for $12.95 plus tax at Disney theme parks and Downtown Disney area. However, you will receive a MagicBand at no extra cost if you stay at any of the Disney Resort Hotels.

How do I use the MagicBand or card when I have a FastPass+ arrival time at an attraction or entertainment experience?  
When you arrive during your scheduled FastPass+ arrival time, all you need to do is proceed to the FASTPASS queue entrance and touch your MagicBand or card to a sensor called a touch point. Please remember that each member of your party will have to individually touch their MagicBand or card to the touch point for entrance.

Can a Disney Dining Plan be added on to my Disney Resort reservation?
No. A Disney Dining Plan cannot be added to your reservation when purchased through our website. If you wish to purchase a Disney Dining Plan, that must be done through Disney directly at least 72 hours prior to your scheduled arrival date. Disney Dining Plans cannot be adjusted or added to your Disney Resort reservation upon arrival to the property.

What is included with the Disney Water Park Fun and More ticket option?
The Disney Water Park Fun & More ticket provides admission to one of the four Disney parks for each day of your ticket, plus additional admissions to these other attractions: Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park, Disney Quest Indoor Interactive Theme Park, Disney's Wide World of Sports complex, or play 1 round at Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course - greens fee only.
The admissions you receive are as follows:
1 Day Water Park Fun and More = 2 Extra Admissions
2 Day Water Park Fun and More = 2 Extra Admissions
3 Day Water Park Fun and More = 3 Extra Admissions
4 Day Water Park Fun and More = 4 Extra Admissions
5 Day Water Park Fun and More = 5 Extra Admissions
6 Day Water Park Fun and More = 6 Extra Admissions
7 Day Water Park Fun and More = 7 Extra Admissions
8 Day Water Park Fun and More = 8 Extra Admissions
9 Day Water Park Fun and More = 9 Extra Admissions
10 Day Water Park Fun and More = 10 Extra Admissions

Can I use a multi-day base ticket to enter more than one Disney park per day?
Base tickets, even if purchased for multiple days, can only be used for one park per day. Guests cannot purchase a base ticket, no matter how many days the ticket is valid for, and use it for more than one park per day. If you would like to visit more than one park per day, you will need to purchase a ticket with park hopper option.

Is there an expiration date on the tickets that I am ordering?
Our Magic Your Way Base Tickets (with or without park hopper option) expire 14 days from their first use.

How long do I have to use the Walt Disney World Tickets that I have purchased?
When guests purchase tickets, they do so with an intended use date. However, if those tickets are not used on the intended date of use, the tickets will not expire. The ticket remains valid until it is scanned at the gate. After the guest(s) visits the park, the tickets and days purchased will expire within 14 days.

What is the best way to dress for a day at the parks? Is there any clothing that isn't permissible?
The parks are a casual, family-oriented environment. We suggest you dress comfortably, wear good walking shoes and check the local weather report before you leave for the parks.
Ensuring that the parks are family friendly is an important part of the Disney experience. In that spirit, we ask you to use your discretion and common sense.

Are tickets transferable? Can I give them to someone else to use the remaining days?
Please note that all Magic Your Way Tickets are nontransferable and must be used by the same person on any and all days. The person who uses the ticket for the very first time must use the ticket for its entirety. Any tickets that are transferred are in violation of this restriction and are invalid for admission.

Are there any personal items guests should not bring into the theme parks?
All bags and purses are inspected prior to guests entering the theme parks. Guests are not allowed to bring wagons, skateboards, scooters, in-line skates, shoes with built-in wheels, two-wheeled or three-wheeled conveyances, strollers larger than 36” x 52”, alcoholic beverages, weapons, folding chairs, glass containers (excluding baby food jars and perfume bottles,) suitcases and pets (unless they are service animals.)

How much does it cost to park at Disney World Orlando?
When driving to Walt Disney World and visiting the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios or Animal Kingdom, you can expect to pay the following Disney World parking fees:
$20.00 - Car/Taxi/Shuttle/Limousine/Motorcycle
$22.00 - Camper/Trailer
$25.00 - Bus/Tractor Trailer

Guests pay the parking fee per day to receive a parking pass good for all of the Disney parks. If you purchased a Park Hopper ticket and plan on driving yourself, save the parking receipt and present it at the other parking lot entrance. With the exception of the Magic Kingdom, all of the Disney World parking is outside the main entrance to the theme park. At the Magic Kingdom, the lot is located at the Ticket and Transportation Center. Once you park here, you will need to take either the Monorail or the Ferry to the Magic Kingdom.

Are wheelchairs and strollers available?
Yes. Wheelchair and stroller rentals are available at the entrance to each park on a daily use basis. Wheelchairs are $12 and ECV are $70 per day. Also, be sure to watch for special stroller parking areas outside some shows and attractions inside the parks. Some rides and attractions may require transfer from a wheelchair into an attraction seat, and those rides will be noted on the park maps available at the entrance to each park.

How much does it cost to rent a stroller at Disney World Theme Parks?
It will cost you $15.00 per day to rent a "single" stroller and $31.00 per day to rent a "double" stroller. If you're going to need a stroller for more than one day you can rent them at the "multi-day" rate of $13.00 per day for a "single" and $27.00 per day for a "double".

Are Disney World Theme Parks maps available at the park?
Yes. Maps of Walt Disney World provide an overview of Walt Disney World Resort —or you can view individual theme parks, water parks, Disney Resort hotels, golf courses, and shopping, dining and entertainment areas.

Is there an additional charge for shows and attractions inside the park?
As a general rule, no. All regularly scheduled shows and attractions are included in your Disney World ticket price, although some shows may have limited capacity.

If I purchase the Water Park Fun and More option, where do I exchange my E-Ticket at?
Guests who purchase the Water Park Fun and More option can exchange their E-Ticket at the Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Typhoon Lagoon, Blizzard Beach or DisneyQuest. Guests are not required to go to one of the four main parks first.

Are coolers permitted at Disney World Theme Parks?
Full size coolers with or without wheels are not permitted. Coolers smaller than 24"L x 15"W x 18"H (the size of the large lockers) are allowed.

Are coolers permitted at Disney World’s Water Parks (Blizzard Beach & Typhoon Lagoon)?
Coolers are permitted, including those with wheels, although no cooler storage is available.

Why do my Disney E-Tickets only have one name listed on them?
The name on the E-Ticket is the primary ticket holder but the tickets are valid for everyone in your party.