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Walt Disney World Resort®

Magic springs to life at the Happiest Place on Earth. Walt Disney World boasts mega fun and adventure, made up of four amazing theme parks, two daring water parks, and a shopping and dining marketplace that delights every sort of taste and interest. Children adore Disney World, but so do adults. Its signature park is the Magic Kingdom, with many of the most famous Disney icons - Cinderella's Castle, It's a Small World and the various "lands" with themes including Tommorowland and Fantasyland. Epcot is a showcase for our planet's future while at the same time highlighting the world's cultures through food and entertainment. Disney's Hollywood Studios celebrates movie magic, and Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park focuses on the wonder and beauty of nature's creatures. Allow yourself several days to explore all that Walt Disney World has to offer.


Prices -

Tickets cost less for those ages 3 to 9, and kids under the age of 3 are free. A 1-day ticket to Magic Kingdom Park is $93 to $99. For the other 3 parks, it's $88 to $94. The cost goes down per day, the more days you visit (e.g. a 4-day ticket for one adult is $294, or $73.50 per day). If you plan to spend a few days exploring the various theme parks each day, add a Park Hopper option for $35 to $60 per ticket.

Hours -

The theme parks are open every day of the year, but hours vary by season and park. Average hours are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Magic Kingdom Park is generally open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Epcot from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.


  • Epcot Int'l Food & Wine Festival
  • Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights
  • Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend


  • Rides and attractions
  • Character experiences
  • Live entertainment
  • Behind-the-scenes tours
  • Shopping


  • How much does it cost to dine inside Disney World?

    A whole range of dining choices exists in Walt Disney World Resort®. From snack carts to table service restaurants, there's something for every budget. Special dinner shows and Character Dining cost more, especially if you add in alcoholic beverages. Restaurants are broken down by a system of dollar signs ($). Expect to pay about $14.99 per adult and under for meals in a $ restaurant, and upwards of $60 per adult for a $$$$ restaurant.
  • If I'm not a Disney World Resort hotel guest, can I still use the Resort's transportation system?

    Yes. All guests of the theme parks are welcome to use the monorails, buses and boats to get around between the different parks. If you drive in, just leave your car in the parking lot and hop aboard Disney World's complimentary transportation network. There is of course a charge for parking.

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