"Think Disney" and Magic Kingdom is the first park that springs to mind, it opened in 1971 and remains the most popular of all the Disney parks with
an annual attendance of over 16,000,000.
The Kingdom is split into 6 lands with the centre attraction being the Cinderella Castle. Constantly evolving the Magic Kingdom lands currently include Frontierland,
Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, Adventureland, Liberty Square and Main Street USA. Each land boasts entertainment for everyone. Follow the excitement of the daily parade
where you will spot all your favourite characters. From snacks to fine dining you'll find an assortment of restaurants to tickle your tastebuds and plenty of
opportunities to buy souvenirs from the many gift stores within the park.
In the evening an experience not to miss is the fabulous Wishes fireworks show, a great way to round of your day.
Epcot opened to the public in 1982 and is over twice the size of Magic Kingdom. The name "EPCOT" is an abbreviation for "Experimental Prototype
Community Of Tomorrow" and the park prides itself in its strong environmental and educational themes.
There are two areas to Epcot, Futureworld and World Showcase. Walking around the world showcase you will experience different cultures and countries from United Kingdom
to Mexico, Canada to Japan and many more between, don't forget to try traditional foods from around the world in Epcot's many restaurants. Enjoy the thrill of some great
rides in Futureworld, including Soarin, Mission Space & Test Track. Round off your visit with the spectacular Fireworks and Laser display each night called "Illuminations:
Reflections of Earth"
Disney's Hollywood Studios opened in 1989 and was originally known as Disney MGM Studios. The park offers a fantastic combination of Film Sets,
thrilling rides and magical shows through 4 fun filled areas.
Take a 13 storey plunge in the drop ride Tower of Terror, then loop the loop with Aerosmith in a rock 'n' roller coaster in Sunset Boulevard before moving on to Backlot
with a Lights, Motors, Action Stunt Show plus many more exciting shows and props. Mickey Avenue Animation Courtyard and Hollywood Boulevard complete a park that has something
for the whole family to enjoy.
Don't forget to join the Pixar Pals in their daily Countdown to Fun Parade.
Animal Kingdom is the newest of the Disney Theme parks opening its gates in 1998.
In true Disney style the park has very elaborate theming that combines nature and conservation with a lush tropical setting. The centre piece to the park being the Tree
of Life which is stunningly carved with over 300 animals from Aardvark to Zebra representing the Circle of Life.
Split into seven sections there is something for everyone to experience and enjoy including one of Disneys liveliest and most colourful parades Mickeys Jammin Jungle
The park gets particularly hot so for seeing the animals its best visited early in the day.
One of two Disney waterparks Typhoon Lagoon is themed around "Mount Mayday" which boasts its landmark ship "Miss Tilly".
At the base of Mount Mayday is a huge wavepool that delivers a humungous wave every 90 seconds, enough to knock even the mightiest explorer of their feet. There are two
smaller tidal pools Whitecap Cove and Blustery Bay if the main wavepool proves too much for you. Locker rooms and towels are available to hire and lifejackets and tubes
are supplied free of charge. There are sunbeds for guests along with white sandy beaches to laze the day away.
If it's thrills and spills you're after then there are many attraction slides and rides to wile the day away, including Humunga Kowabunga a 3-speed slide that shoots you
around caverns astonishing speeds of up to 30 miles an hour (not for the feint hearted)!
Finish your experience with a fun but more sedate 2,100 foot lazy river floating around in a tube and either enjoying or avoiding the many little waterfalls of Castaway Creek.
Where else could you find a Ski resort in Florida - Blizzard Beach of course!
In typical Disney style and according to Disney legend, a freak snowstorm created Florida's first ski resort, when the sun came back out and melted the snow it turned
the slopes into water slides, so instead of needing winter woollies you need your sunglasses and swimming costumes!
Summit Plummet is a 350 foot slide which can be seen from anywhere in the park and offers riders speeds of around 60 miles an hour. Take a chair lift to view the park
from above or travel around the Cross Country Creek lazy river to cool off.
There are lockers and towels available to hire and tubes and lifejackets are provided free of charge. Food & drinks are available in the park restaurants and snack centres.
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