Walt Disney World

A vacation to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida offers so much more than just a theme park!

Walt Disney World actually features 4 theme parks, 2 water parks, a shopping district, as well as numerous resorts and dining options all within the boundaries of Walt Disney World property.

Walt Disney World Theme Parks

Magic Kingdom

Walt Disney World’s original park, Magic Kingdom, is where you’ll find your favorite fairytales come to life. Magic Kingdom is home to the iconic Cinderella Castle as well as fan-favorite attractions like Seven Dwarfs Mine Train and Peter Pan’s Flight. When you enter Magic Kingdom, you’ll start your day with a walk right down the middle of Main Street, U.S.A. — in my opinion, the perfect starting point for the best day ever.

Magic Kingdom Park Guide


Epcot offers the perfect blend of attractions your family will love throughout both World Showcase and Future World as well as the sights, sounds, and tastes of diverse cultures that you’ll find in World Showcase. One of my favorite features of Epcot are the festivals it hosts, like the Flower and Garden Festival, throughout the different seasons. If you’re a foodie, an Epcot festival is absolutely the spot for you.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Hollywood Studios offers guests the opportunity to step into the glitz and glamour of the entertainment industry by bringing your favorite characters and movies to life. You’ll find immersive experiences in Toy Story Land and Galaxy’s Edge (Star Wars Land) as well as thrill-rides like Tower of Terror and Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster and of course, an incredible nighttime show, Fantasmic!

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Animal lovers will absolutely have the best day ever at Animal Kingdom while wandering the wildlife exhibits throughout the park and enjoying animal-based attractions like the Safari. Animal Kingdom is so much more than just animals though. With thrill rides like Expedition Everest and immersive lands like Pandora – The World of Avatar, there’s something for everyone at Animal Kingdom.

walt disney world's blizzard beach water park

Water Parks

If four theme parks weren’t enough for you, Walt Disney World also features two water parks on property.

Disney’s Blizzard Beach

Blizzard Beach, themed as a melting ski resort, offers a variety of exhilarating water slides and attractions, including Summit Plummet, a free-fall body slide, and the family-friendly raft ride Teamboat Springs. Blizzard Beach also features a lazy river and a wave pool.

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon

Typhoon Lagoon, inspired by a tropical paradise struck by a typhoon, features attractions like Crush ‘n’ Gusher, a thrilling water coaster, and a giant wave pool where you can body surf or simply float along. Typhoon Lagoon also features a relaxing, lazy river.

Disney Springs at Walt Disney World

Disney Springs

Disney Springs is Walt Disney World’s entertainment and shopping district. Disney Springs offers a diverse selection of dining, retail, and entertainment options. Disney Springs is where you’ll find massive shops like World of Disney as well as boutique offerings. Dining offerings at Disney Springs are abundant, there are so many different restaurants and cuisines to choose from.


You’ll find a ton of different resorts and hotels to choose from at Walt Disney World. Official Walt Disney World resorts are available at the Value, Moderate, and Deluxe price-points. You’ll also find Disney Vacation Club Villas and the Fort Wilderness Campgrounds.

You can choose to stay on the Monorail line for easy access to Magic Kingdom or even the Skyliner route if you’d like to fly your way over to Epcot and Hollywood Studios.

The Disney Springs area also features a variety of hotel offerings from familiar brands like Marriott and Hilton.

Walt Disney World offers resorts and hotels that fit every vacation budget.