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Things to Do at Orlando’s Walt Disney World

Welcome to the Walt Disney World Resort – the “Happiest Place on Earth.” Ideal for couples, families, groups, and friends, everyone will find plenty of magical experiences to help create lifelong memories at the Magic Kingdom Theme Park. Be sure to check out these fantastic rides and attractions at the park:

All-Time Favorites

Cinderella’s Castle: The single best-loved structure in the world.
Country Bear Jamboree: Country and western music performed by 20 life-sized banjo-pluckin’ bears.
Dumbo the Flying Elephant: Soar high above Fantasyland atop the world’s most popular pachyderm.
The Enchanted Tiki Room:Join imago and Zazu on their latest adventure as managers of the Enchanted Tiki Room.
The Hall of Presidents: Sweeping tribute to the office of the presidency and the history of America with 42 presidents gathering to hear the words of Abraham Lincoln.
The Haunted Mansion: 19th-century mansion filled with 999 grim grinning ghosts on a not-so-scary ride that includes a zillion classic details.
Jungle Cruise:Travel on the rivers of four different continents, and see exotic animals, zany explorers and ancient ruins as you travel deep into the jungle.
Mad Tea Party: Board a giant teacup and revolve your way through the wacky Mad Hatter Tea Party.
The Pirates of the Caribbean: Yo ho ho, matey! Take a wild voyage through secret caverns and fierce sea battles as you join up with the rowdiest crew that ever sacked the Spanish Main.
Swiss Family Treehouse: See where the winding branches take you in this one-of-a-kind tree.
Tomorrowland Indy Speedway: Give the kids a chance to drive — even if they are under age!
Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress: Tour the technological progress from the beginning of the 20th century to the near future.


Astro Orbitor: Hop aboard the rocket and zoom a spacecraft high above Tomorrowland.
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Zip in and out of a deserted gold mine on a runaway train.
Space Mountain: Rocket into the blackness of space on the rollercoaster ride that brings out the scream in everyone.
Splash Mountain: Splish and splash along in a hollowed-out log, and experience a 5-story drop. Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah is an understatement!

Kid’s Favorites

The Magic Carpets of Aladdin: Fly around a giant genie as two whimsical, water-spewing camels spit at riders and spectators alike.
The Brainstormer at Goofy’s Wiseacre Farm: Board Goofy’s cropduster on a mini roller coaster ride through Goofy’s corn field and ultimately right through his barn.
Cinderella’s Golden Carousel: The oldest Walt Disney World attraction.
It’s a Small World: Take a boat ride around the globe on this musical tour of nations.
Peter Pan’s Flight:Ride in a flying version of Captain Hook’s ship that sweeps you up above the streets of London.
Snow White’s Scary Adventures: Hop a mine car through this enchanting retelling of the age-old fairy tale.
Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin: Pilot your own star cruiser as you save the galaxy from the sinister Emperor Zurg from Disney/Pixar’s “Toy Story”.
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: Visit all your friends from the Hundred-Acre Wood.

Disney Characters
Without the characters, it wouldn’t be Disney! Your kids will have lots of chances to get up close and personal with their fictional friends.

Share a Dream Come True Parade features giant Disney snow globes is a tribute to all those stories and characters that have touched our hearts down through the years.
Ariel’s Grotto gives kids a peek into Ariel’s colorful grotto surrounded by starfish, coral, and waterfalls.
Storytime with Belle at Fairytale Garden shares the telling of the classic “Beauty and the Beast” tale.

And when you need a few minutes to give those feet (and your mind) a rest, keep these relaxing ideas in mind:

Liberty Square Riverboat — an authentic 3-tiered paddleboat.
Main Street via either a horse car, omnibus, jitney, horseless carriage, or fire engine.
The Timekeeper takes you on a journey across the past, present, and future with Circle-Vision 360 film technology.
Tomorrowland Transit Authority transports you around Tomorrowland.
Tom Sawyer Island immerses you in the homespun world of Mark Twain.
Walt Disneyworld Railroad is the perfect way to see all that the Magic Kingdom has to offer.

If the troops are getting hungry, anything and everything you could possibly want can be found about the park. Try Tony’s Town Square (Italian), the Plaza Restaurant (sandwiches & burgers), Liberty Tree Tavern (Family-style dinners), Cinderella’s Royal Table (character dining), The Crystal Palace (buffet), plus 19 other venues where you can ‘recharge’ your battery!

As your day comes to a close, the nighttime fun is just beginning:

Fantasy in the Sky Fireworks: With a double dose of pixie dust Tinker Bell flies down from the highest spire of Cinderella Castle to lead off this spectacular nighttime extravaganza. Then, awesome fireworks synchronized to classic Disney music burst above Fantasyland in a wonderful world of color.
SpectroMagic Parade: It’s the next generation of nighttime parades as your favorite Disney characters light up with magical fiber-optic light and dance down Main Street, U.S.A., and John Debney’s magnificent score fills the air. There are enough memorable moments in the procession to brighten your dreams for many nights to come. The bedazzling butterflies with their wings aglow. Chernobog unfolding his wings with flickering ferocity. And Sorcerer Mickey working his magic over a crystal ball filled with a hundred tiny lightning bolts.

What else can we say about the “happiest” place on earth…except enjoy your visit!


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