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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
  • Disney FastPass+ Service is free.
  • Pay to park once per day, no matter how many parks you visit!
  • Parking is free for Walt Disney World® 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.
  • Strollers may not exceed 31" (79cm) wide and 52" (132cm) long. As of May 1, 2019, wagon strollers are prohibited.
  • Smoking is prohibited inside the theme parks.
  • If bringing a cooler, use re-usable ice packs. Loose ice cannot enter the parks.
  • 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 vacation, reserve FastPass+ selections, and dining options prior to your arrival.
  • Stay at a Walt Disney World® Resort hotel to enjoy Extra Magic Hours at the theme Parks.

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Insights from Reserve Direct's own team members

Ashley C.

Make time for character meet and greets. These are some of the most memorable experiences at Disney World. You can reserve them as a FastPass+ pick too, which means less waiting and more time for fun!

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Rosemarie Y.

Visiting Disney Theme Parks is a dream come true. My new favorite attraction is Flight of Passage at Pandora: The World of Avatar at Animal Kingdom. Be sure to get a FastPass+, though, as everyone else loves it too. It is a magical and an out of this world experience. And night time gets even better with amazing light shows and effects!

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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 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.

Explore the awe-inspiring possibilities in a world of endless wonder and high octane thrills with exciting attractions, international pavilions and award-winning fireworks.

Disney's Hollywood Studios®
Enjoy a backstage pass to the place "where showbiz is" and entertainment comes to life with iconic attractions, character experiences and the nighttime water and laser show, Fantasmic!

Disney's Animal Kingdom Park®
Experience creatures real and imaginary in thrilling adventures and magical surprises. Pandora - The World of Avatar is a new themed area located within Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park.

Theme Park Base Ticket
You can buy the Base Ticket for 1-10 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.

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. The Park Hopper® ticket includes the option to park hop the four main parks.

  • Magic Kingdom®

  • Epcot®

  • Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park

  • Disney's Hollywood Studios®

  • Park Hopper® Plus Ticket

    This ticket allows you to come and go from the four parks (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios) on the same day.

    In addition, you will receive an equal number of separate admissions for the "Plus" visit. Select from: Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, one round of golf at Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course, one round of Miniature golf at Disney’s Fantasia Gardens, one round at miniature golf at Disney’s Winter Summerland, or one visit to ESPN Wide World Sports Complex (Valid only on event days).

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

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

    ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
    Play at the next level of sports excitement with state-of-the-art video monitoring and sporting events year round.

    Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course
    Enjoy one (1) round on a 2,913 yard, par 36, 9-hole walking course with fun for everyone, from developing golfers to experienced players.

    Disney's Fantasia Gardens Miniature Golf Course
    Play one round of miniature golf (prior to 4:00 PM) at a fun course inspired by the Disney classic film Fantasia.

    Disney's Winter Summerland Miniature Golf Course
    Treat yourself to one round of miniature golf (prior to 4:00 PM) at either of 2 Santa Claus-themed courses.

    Park Updates:
    Beginning May 1, the parks are adjusting their guidelines on stroller sizes, which will require them to be no larger than 31" (79cm) wide and 52" (132cm) long or smaller. Also, just a reminder that wagons are not permitted in our parks. Beginning May 1, stroller wagons will also no longer be permitted.

    Also beginning May 1, smoking areas will no longer be present inside Walt Disney World or Disneyland theme parks, water parks, ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex or Downtown Disney in California.
    TIP: Designated smoking areas will be available outside the entrances to the areas listed above, and at Disney Springs in Florida. For guests who have room or dining reservations, smoking areas are also available at Disney Resort hotels.

    Beginning March 28, 2019, loose or dry ice are no longer permitted.
    TIP: We recommend guests use re-useable ice packs instead. Complimentary cups of ice are available at Food & Beverage locations inside the parks if needed.

Reserve Orlando Customer Reviews

203 Reviews
cesar c.
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Many things to do"
April 2019 NEW
We already visited Eurodisney but Disney World is much bigger. So amazing and a lot of fun.
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Tip: Plan many days to visit the parks

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Jessica Cruz
West Roxbury, MA
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
April 2019 NEW
This was our first time at Disney, we did two days at Magic Kingdom. Yes it was very hot but that is uncontrollable. Besides the rides the beat part was the firework show. My spouse and I had to alternate and pick up the children to see because their were many adults standing which made it hard for smaller children to see but next time we will try to stand further back and see how that work out. Overall, the kids loved it and the parade. The fast pass helps book the popular rides which is a bonus!
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Tip: I recommend families to book the popular rides on fast pass, do at least 2 days for one park and start choosing an area to stand for the fireworks at least 1 hour prior to start.

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Claudia Mota
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"A great experience"
April 2019 NEW
It was my first time at Magic Kingdom and was incredible, the experience with reserve Direct was good, my tickets was ok, when I arrived was easily to change it.
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Tip: Make sure your devices are with 100% battery charged, because you will take a lot of photos.

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Juan Godoy
1 Review
Verified Traveler
April 2019 NEW
Hay que verlo al menos una veze en la vida
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Tip: El vuelo de Ha mee X de Avatar

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William Pettiford
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Saved money!"
April 2019 NEW
Reserved direct is great! Saved extra money and they were better than competitors like undercover tourist, tickets at work and some other one I can’t think of now. Had a great time. Thanks
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Rhonda Hamilton
1 Review
"Vacation 201!"
April 2019 NEW
It was super easy to purchase our Disney tickets from Reserve Direct. And once we linked our Magic Bands we were set. Our only bad experience was our character meal which we felt very rushed through, other than that our entire family of 10 had soooo much fun the entire trip!
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Tip: Do some research on character meals before booking. Make sure you be allowed enough time to enjoy your meal and the characters. Also always book your fast passes as soon as possible and save your line standing for the less time consuming lines! Oh yeah. Have so much fun!

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Victoria Champion
Hogansville , GA
5 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"It's DISNEY!!!"
April 2019 NEW
Okay, Magic Kingdom was a melting pot of every culture imaginable, but it's Disney World...of course it was AMAZING! We went to Hollywood Studios the second day...not nearly as populated as Magic Kingdom! MK was kinda dated, but I had been planning this trip with my family for 12 years...so no complaints.
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Tip: Tickets are soooo expensive. Also, dont eat inside the parks. A family lunch of burgers and fries cost over $100.

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Laura Albarran Moreno
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Todo perfecto"
April 2019 NEW
Queríamos visitar Disneyworld por primera vez, por lo que después de mucho comparar, decidimos comprar 2 entradas de 2 días en esta web y todo perfecto. Al principio tuve algo de miedo porque para verificar mi compra me pedían que indicara la cantidad que me habían retenido en dólares, pero como soy española a mí me aparecía en euros, pero me puse en contacto con Reserve Direct a través de su formulario de contacto y me ayudaron a verificarlo mediante una captura de pantalla. Una vez en Disneyworld, el proceso es muy sencillo, vas al Will Call que hay en la entrada del parque con la entrada impresa que te envían por correo junto con tu documento de identidad y allí te lo cambian por la propia entrada del parque. Solo hay que hacerlo el primer día, después ya será válido para los demás días y el resto de parques. Para reservar los Fast Pass una vez realizas la compra te envían un código que validas a través de la página oficial de Disney y 30 días antes puedes reservarlos.
Resumiendo, estoy encantada con Reserve Direct y se lo recomiendo a todo el mundo.
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Tip: Un par de cosas importantes si vas a visitar Disneyworld: puedes llevar tu propia comida y agua (ahorrarás bastante dinero!) y hace MUCHO calor, no olvides llevar una gorra y crema solar, el sol de Florida no tiene justicia!

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TripAdvisor Reviews
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Mark P
Bath, United Kingdom
"A holiday of a lifetime"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 25, 2019 NEW
This is just an amazing and truly wonderful place myself my wife my sister in law and my 9 year old little boy have just had the most amazing holiday. The parks our so clean and tidy the staff our just the most brilliant and helpful employees I have ever met, we could learn a thing our 2 in England. The cues our long but they just seem to move along so it feels that you are not waiting as long has the time says. Just a big thank you for making my dream come true see you in 3 years?
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Courtney H
"A memory to last a life time!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 25, 2019 NEW
Absolutely a great time for all! All workers are so polite and friendly. Extremely knowledgeable about everything in the park. Can't wait to go back!
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"Great Walt Disney World Resort all 6 parks"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed April 25, 2019 NEW
Hello, Just came back to UK from 2 weeks tour of Florida, bought Freedom pass for 6 Disney parks, Busch Garden, Sea world etc, All Disney Parks are great But very disappointed with Service, RUDE STAFF, hardly any Disney Characters around, we saw one Character, My son wanted Pict, i tap on the back to get attention and staff with Characters said don't grab him, i'm like are you blind, i just tap on the back, this how Rude they are, they don't care Customers pay fortunes. Food/Drinks, way over priced in the parks. they charge $25 for car park, WHAT A JOKE.
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Chicago, Illinois
"Disney will do whatever it can to delete this review"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed April 24, 2019 NEW
My 5 day trip at Disney World Many of us don’t know the parks, maybe a trip when we were younger but most of what we know is the cartoons, music and the morals. we have this idea that the parks would follow along those same lines. While there are some great people who make those parks, you won’t meet many of them. In reality the parks really are underpaid and overworked employees. Let’s begin with the bag check, don’t bring an expensive bag to Disney. I brought a travel pro crew executive choice 2 bag, not my most expensive but probably my most durable. It got wrecked. All in all it held up well to the abuse you will put through a Disney vacation of walking, grabbing things in and out and the security check process. After my first two days I started noticing considerable wear to my bag, not sure if it’s my fault or who’s but I then began to ask the security staff to “please be careful with my bag” half of them would and half of them wouldn’t, I had more than a couple of them throw temper tantrums and go super slow while critiquing my bag, lol. Good job min wage worker. Red flag one. The run in with the power tripping manager A lot of you guys want to know what’s up wit the picture in my review, so ill cut it to the beginning. I was walking around minding my own business with my Rump is stupid shirt on, when a janitor stops me and asks me for a minute of my time. He says that I had to change my shirt and asked if I was open to it, I said sure. Anyone who finds that shirt anything other than a funny tribute I typically won’t give my money to. If you want to tell your kid that the shirt is a curse word instead of stupid, that’s on your parenting skills not on me. A section manager comes next and she says she has to call someone over and I’m hanging out in Norway looking at things while we wait and the area manager shows up, he says the picture is okay but the word is not. He calls another manager over, this ones the park manager he introduces himself as such. He says that I can’t have on my shirt and I say that’s fine. He asks what I want to do. I said I don’t know. He suggests that I could flip my shirt inside out and I ask for my money back so I could go home. After all this was a spontaneous trip after seeing space X launch it's BFR I thought hey, disney will be just as cool, and i had tons of work i was running away from, lol. He says no. I counter offer, I should have let him counter offer, a shirt from one of their shops. He says no, he was insistent that I flip my shirt inside out. Then I suggest that he could give me a Minnie van back to my hotel room and I’ll get another shirt from my suit case and return to the park. He then decides I can have a shirt from one of the shops, I ask him for ears and he gets really mad. I never got my ears. As I’m standing here with who appear to be three managers and security behind me at every point I ask if I could wait somewhere else bc this was embarrassing, no. so we wait about 5 mins as the park manager storms off and I get my shirt. The next question is would you like a bathroom or changing room. I didn’t reply bc I was taken a back. So he repeated himself, he didn’t like that. I said changing room. So I changed my shirt and come out. I had asked to leave the park bc I no longer wanted to be there, I really needed a drink a smoke at this point and I didn’t realize it involved being escorted out. I ask to be escorted out the back way they said no so we proceeded to leave the gift shop. Before I did I stopped to connect my phone to a charger and grab a cigarette bc if I was going to be walked out it was going to be on facebook and I was going to need a cigarette as soon as I got to a smoking section. One of the guys surrounding me saw this and thought better idea to take me through the back. So we get in the back and the area manger takes the keys and I’m in the front seat getting the back stage tour. He tells me about the rides I’m seeing some of the props and we talk about cars and fishing. We get to guest services and the managers go inside and come back out for my id. I had asked for a park hopper at some point so I could go to another park. He reloaded my card with a single ticket and presented with a taxi voucher and I was on my way. I was still escorted out but it was with the cool one and the only one trying to instill magic back into my trip so I was okay with that. While I’m in the cab, cab drivers suck and this one was no exception, and without someone trying to instill the magic back into it I decided I need a drink, cabbie wouldn’t do it on the voucher so I had to call an uber. I mention this bc I came back the next day to get the uber fair back. After a drink and stopping by the hotel to get a change of clothes, I decide maybe I’m cool enough to finish off the park bc I paid good money and why should I not be able to see it. Goes on without further incident. So the next day I changed my plans and decided to spend it at Disney springs bc I wanted to go back and see if I could talk to the cool manager about what transpired the other day and I really didn’t want my vacation ruined bc of the run in with one manager. I come back, go to guest services and ask to talk to the area manager I had talked to yesterday about getting a refund for my uber fare. Another park manager approaches me. I explain to him that I didn’t feel like after yesterday’s altercation that Disney wanted me on the park and that I really didn’t want to spend any more money with Disney and if I didn’t spend money I wouldn’t be happy. Who has fun on vacation without spending money? Hoping he’d comp me a meal or drinks which I had planned on purchasing but wasn’t going to be doing anymore. Welp that makes him mad and he didn’t see anything wrong with what transpired yesterday. After going back and forth for what seemed like 15 mins, being called a liar numerous times, I was told to go into the park or to go to another park that I could not sit on the bench and that I was now deemed a “security threat.” I was texting this to facebook as this was all going down. I told them that I would finish up a text and be on my way. As I turn the corner to leave, is the picture in my review. What you’re seeing is the park manager, two undercover police officers and a orange county sheriffs officer. I probably should have went home but I didn’t. I went off site to have lunch and Disney does a great job of keeping you on property, it took 30 mins to get to the nearest pho restaurant and 30 mins to get back. I was too tired to drive home so I decided to stay another day and hopefully in the morning it would be better, plus I still had one day left and didn’t intend on coming back to Disney after this. The next day was lunch at jaleo, a safari at night, an unexpected fastpass plus which cuts the line immediately at any line, no sign up required and a light show. I even saw gapettos shooting star while driving home, what more could I ask for other than not being lectured like a child by not one but two park managers and head of security. I feel bad for the people who work under those guys and maybe they should be reassigned as resort managers to get some customer service skills. Day One: The magic Kingdom I know a lot of you guys are still going to go even after my one star review, I know Disney’s huge and there’s been plenty of times I didn’t heed reviews before taking a trip or buying something, I’ve always regretted it but whatever, it’s Disney. I’m an experiences guy too and Disney does it in spades. Who are we kidding, Disney world isn’t for children. You can take your kid to the Disney store or Toys R us, rest in peace and they would never know the difference. Disney World is for the kid in all of us grown-ups. I’m no pro, it was my first trip so take this with a grain of salt. If you didn’t know this, Disney World is not a one day theme park, it will take you four days to get through just the Magic Kingdom, much less Animal Kingdom, Disney Studios and Epcot Disney will take a day to get down: how to use the maps, the app, the fast pass, how to navigate the park, so add in a one day buffer. Get the park hopper bc at the end of your trip you’ll want to visit the magic kingdom to say bye to mickey and catch the fireworks one last time and there’s no price difference if you get it on day one or day four. If you’re traveling with kids, you might be able to leave them out, they’ll be burnt out by then and it’ll be nice to have some adult time at the end. The Plan Once you’re in a park, grab a map and get to studying. Which way do you want to go? Left or right. Read the back of the map for a better idea of what’s in each area of the park. Then you’re on your way. While fast passes are necessary and you’ll be tempted to criss cross areas, it’s going to take a toll on your feet and energy level by the end of the day. Pro tip: walk in the shade and cut through the shops for a quick burst of ac. Try to stay on one route and take in everything in each section, while you’re there. Personally I don’t like waiting in lines any longer than 30 mins, it starts to get unbearable and takes up lots of exploring time. There is one exception, during peak sun light hours of 1p-3p, I’ll chill out in a long line somewhere to get out of the heat. Some say get up early to get to the popular rides and it works, but I like to get there late. Think about it, you work 8hrs a day and are exhausted, if the park closes at 11p, like the magic kingdom you don’t have to show up until 3p for a comfortable visit. I’ve seen people walk out of the magic kingdom at 1am on non extended hours but it’s up to you. The Rides If you’re going to Disney for rollercoasters you’re going to be sorely disappointed. Some of the best roller coasters are space mountain, an indoor roller coaster and expedition Everest and they’re solid 7’s on roller coaster scales. What makes space mountain a solid 10/10, is the nostalgia. You come to Disney to ride the tea cups, to see the walt with mickey, to see cindereallas castle that you see on all the logos, that’s what Disney is about. My two favorite rides were the tea cups bc of small lines, it’s a small world super nostalgia, and space mountain. The swiss family robinson tree house is a hidden away gem. Here’s a tip: the tiki house was one of walts favorite rides. The Scripts So I’m sure you’ve heard all the stories of kids dropping ice creams and cast member replacing them, it’s just a script. Throw them off script and they have no idea what to do. I purchased a coffee from geoffreys, and spilled it at space mountain while waiting in line. It was a long line. After getting off the ride and going again on my fast pass I was able to book while in line, I remembered the ice cream story and headed back to geoffreys to see if I could get a replacement. I wasn’t expecting much or even a drink at all. The girl at the register remembered me and said she had to ask her manager, her manager was a banshee stating you’re now allowed to take drinks on rides so how did you even get it on there, she eventually said she’s replaced it if I had a receipt, I told her I didn’t have it. When the girl who remembered me tried to jump in to say I had just been there, the manager repeated her demand for a receipt. I told her not to bother and that I just thought I’d ask. Red flag two Don’t’ get me wrong. The lady at the coke shop on main street who told me to go in the exit to get a cup of ice water, you rock. The staff at liberty tree tavern was super great from the hostess who saw my txt that I was on my way and sat me as soon as i walked in the door to the waitress who asked about my visit with mickey that i had just come from. Animal Kingdom Day two was at animal kingdom, I had decided the magic kingdom was too pro level for me to take on and this smaller one would be an easier day. Yes, yes it was. It’s a much smaller park, alcohol is easier to find and smoking stations aren’t that far apart. Other than security telling me there were no smoking sections in the park, which was a few weeks early, once again script there really were no other instances. I got in, got my map and decided to go right bc avatar was left and I wanted to be there for the midday heat to wait in line. Dinosaurs is a long line, but cool. Nemo was super cool. Mt Everest isn’t worth waiting for, I couldn’t figure out the nostalgia but know that if you wait in line, some of those artifacts are actual artifacts they brought back from mt everst. Next I saw the gorillas and it’s cool but the safari was the best part. You’ll notice the wait times increase towards the evening and it’s bc the animals come out at night, so worth it, I went three times. Then there’s avatar it’s a 4D ride, if you’ve wanted to know what that is, that’s what it is. So cool. Get your pictures of the floating islands during the day but come back at night to walk through Pandora. You can go on navi river journey but it’s basically just floating vs walking through Pandora at night. The tree of life, the lion king one not the avatar one, goes off every 15 mins and be sure to be next to a speaker when you stop for it. There are two water shows times, the later one is only 1/3 as packed. Epcot Third day was epcot. Epcot is two areas and then the world stage area. While, I travel a lot for work I don’t travel much overseas bc i have yet to see the beaches of Hawaii or the forests of seattle and I’m an American boy, the world stage doesn’t interest me. Anyways, I think smaller park should be a breeze. I got a fast pass for the mars ride and it’s cool, definitely go on that one. Next stop was the GM ride with the single rider lane, it was still a 30 mins wait for single rider so I decided to skip it besides I just bought a p100d and uh, it’s fast. Next ride was epcot, this ones nostalgia all the way. That golf ball is iconic and if you’re a huge Disney fan you want to know what’s inside of it. I’d skip the ride, it’s not all that great, needs some real upgrades to the projection lamps. Then I had a fast pass for soarin but it wasn’t until hours and hours later. So I head over to mickey to get another pic bc when I saw him at the magic kingdom it came out a bit blurry. Picture taken and since I was due back in the other half of epcot later, I decided to try the world stage. I was more interested in the flower festival than I was the world part but from the signs/food menus I saw, it seemed like a real cheesy take of each country. Let me give you an example with America. When I think America I think, NY pizza slice, Chicago hot dog, Florida stone crab, maine lobster rolls, Carolina bbq, key lime pie, Seattle starbucks, philly cheese steak. You won’t see any of that there. To take an international view, cowboys you won’t see any of those there either. this is where I ran into the park managers. So after I leave and come back, I missed my fast pass for the soarin ride. the tanks in nemo were cool, turn left and go through the gift shop to get to them, I didn’t go on the ride. The living with the earth ride is really cool if you’re a gardener and there’s a behind the scenes tour before 4:30 every day. I missed this too, thanks power tripping park manager. A little more wandering, it’s time for the fireworks, of the three shows I saw, it was my least favorite. While magic kingdom I’ve seen online once or twice, the animal kingdom show is better than the fountains of Bellagio, there was no real attraction to this one other than the globe which was kinda hard to see. I guess the buildings lit up but so do my xmas lights and they dance to music too. Disney Springs The next day is Disney springs. I didn’t have a character dinner at Disney world, I don’t frequent $30 a plate establishments often and pretty careful about the ones I choose to go to. There’s no shortage of them here, Morimotos not sure why it’s not nobu, but his Japanese Chinese fusion is a crazy concept on a global scale. I would have hand dim sum, yeah I know crazy right, but the run in with the park manager earlier had soured my tastes. Wolfgang puck, to the tall bartender who insisted I had to buy a drink or food to sit at an empty bar to watch noah syndergrad pitch then proceeded to serve me a $16 Manhattan that was more vermouth than bourbon, no bitters and blueberries. Lol. I get it, you really didn’t like my shirt. I’ll be in California soon enough to get my wolfgang fix. I then made my way to Jaleo, all I can say is mixologist. If you like it taking 15mins to make your drink, jaleo does it in spades. I didn’t have dinner bc again the run in with the park manager soured my tastes but I was convinced into having a drink and glad I was. Planet Hollywood was on the way back to the car and stop in here. There’s easily a few hundred million of memorabilia in here: forest gumps running shorts, the board from back to the future, Arnold’s costume from T2. I stopped by frontera but bc they didn’t have the shrimp tacos they have in Chicago, I skipped it. Surprised they didn’t have Ricks topolobampo or his xoco’s. The final act Day was over and tomorrow was my last day. Sourness had dissipated a bit due to a pretty cool ferry ride to Disney springs and the drink from last night so I had lunch at jaleo. If anyone’s curious the park I did twice was the animal kingdom. I took in the safari one last time and saw the water show and I was gone. I caught Geppeto’s shooting star on the ride home but I’m not sure if it was Disney, I’ll give them the nods regardless. So would I do it again, probably not. I’ll continue to support Disney bc I know what bob iger did with shanghai Disney and Disney itself is an American icon but having my posts deleted from three places and their FB page is pretty douchy. I will not be supporting their parks.
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Rexton, Canada
"Magic Kingdom"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 24, 2019 NEW
We enjoyed our visit. Wear sensible foot wear as you'll be on your feet the entire day walking and standing in line. Remember to pack some snacks and drinks. It is very easy to buy into the expensive onsite alternatives that present themselves at every turn. Tip: head to the castle front and center before 8pm to get a spot for the fireworks at 9:15pm. Standing room only when the show begins and lasts approximately 20 minutes. Awesome light show with fireworks.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Disney World® Theme Parks

What is Disney FastPass+ service and how does it work?
Disney FastPass+ service allows you to reserve access to select Walt Disney World® attractions, entertainment and character greeting in advance. There is no additional cost to use the Disney FastPass+ service and it is included with your theme park admission.

How does My Disney Experience work after I purchase my tickets?
You will be provided a My Disney Experience linking code immediately upon reservation. It will be listed on your E-Tickets.

Once you have your linking code and it is 30 days prior to your trip, visit the website at StartYourDisneyExperience.com or use the My Disney Experience mobile app to create an account and link your park admission to unlock the benefits of FastPass+ planning.

If you are a Walt Disney World® Resort guest, you can take advantage of receiving your Disney FastPass+ linking code within 60 days prior to your arrival. Again, the 60-day feature is only available for guests staying on a Disney Resort property.

How many FastPass+ selections can I make for each day of my ticket?
You can make up to 3 FastPass+ selections for a single park per day (depending on availability). At the park, once you redeem your initial set of FastPass+ selections, you can make another FastPass+ selection for the same day at an in-park kiosk or using your mobile device, up to park closing. If your ticket includes a Park Hopper® Option, after you use your initial FastPass+ selections at the first park, you'll be able to make additional FastPass+ selections (one at a time) at the second park you visit that day, up to park closing. Just visit a kiosk or using your mobile device to make additional selections. 

Is the Disney FastPass+ service like a restaurant reservation? Do I have to show up at a specific time for an attraction?
No, it's better! You are assigned an arrival window - usually one hour long - for each attraction you select. Show up any time that you wish during this window. When you are ready to visit the attraction within your window, go to the FastPass+ entrance and touch your MagicBand or card to the touch point.

What is a MagicBand? 
Your MagicBand allows you to enter the parks, unlock your Walt Disney World® Resort hotel room and buy food and merchandise. Plus, your MagicBand gives you FastPass+ access to all the experiences you've selected online. The MagicBand is not required but is a magical way to experience your visit.

How can I get a MagicBand?
MagicBands are available to guests staying at Walt Disney World® Resort hotels at no additional cost. If you are not staying onsite, you can purchase a MagicBand online at the DisneyStore.com or select Walt Disney World® retail locations. MagicBands start at $14.99 plus tax at Walt Disney World® Resort theme parks and Disney Springs area. However, you will receive a MagicBand at no extra cost if you stay at any of the Walt Disney World® Resort hotels and can be arranged on your StartYourDisneyExperience account.

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.

Are special ticketed events included with my admission ticket?
No, special event tickets such as Mickey's Very Merry Christmas, Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, and any other special ticket that permits admission for only part of the day is not included. A special event ticket can only be purchased through Walt Disney World® Resort directly.

Can a Disney Dining Plan be added on to my Walt Disney World® 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 Walt Disney World® Resort 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 Park Hopper Plus option?
The Disney Park Hopper Plus option provides admission to one or more of the four Walt Disney World® Resort theme parks for each day of your ticket (Magic Kingdom®, Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park, Epcot® and Disney's Hollywood Studios®), plus additional admissions to these other attractions: Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park, Disney's ESPN Wide World of Sports complex, one round at Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course - greens fee only, one round of miniature golf at Disney's Fantasia Gardens Miniature golf course or one round of miniature golf at Disney's Winter Summerland Golf Course.

The additional admissions you receive are as follows:

  • 1 Day Park Hopper Plus = 1 Extra Admissions
  • 2 Day Park Hopper Plus = 2 Extra Admissions
  • 3 Day Park Hopper Plus = 3 Extra Admissions
  • 4 Day Park Hopper Plus = 4 Extra Admissions
  • 5 Day Park Hopper Plus = 5 Extra Admissions
  • 6 Day Park Hopper Plus = 6 Extra Admissions
  • 7 Day Park Hopper Plus = 7 Extra Admissions
  • 8 Day Park Hopper Plus = 8 Extra Admissions
  • 9 Day Park Hopper Plus = 9 Extra Admissions
  • 10 Day Park Hopper Plus = 10 Extra Admissions

Can I use a multi-day base ticket to enter more than one Walt Disney World® 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?
Walt Disney World® Resort theme park tickets purchased after October 28, 2018, are valid for admission beginning on the selected start date and must be used within the valid use period provided at the time of purchase. Here are the details:

  • 1-day – The ticket expires on the selected start date.
  • 2-day – The ticket expires 4 days after the selected start date.
  • 3-day – The ticket expires 5 days after the selected start date.
  • 4-day – The ticket expires 7 days after the selected start date.
  • 5-day – The ticket expires 8 days after the selected start date.
  • 6-day – The ticket expires 9 days after the selected start date.
  • 7-day – The ticket expires 10 days after the selected start date.
  • 8-day – The ticket expires 12 days after the selected start date.
  • 9-day – The ticket expires 13 days after the selected start date.
  • 10-day – The ticket expires 14 days after the selected start date.

These expiration dates also apply to Florida Resident Tickets. 

Add one extra day of use if Park Hopper® Plus option selected. 

For example, a 6-day base ticket with a start date of November 1 is valid any 6 days from November 1 to November 9.

Selection of the Park Hopper® Option for same-day admission to more than one theme park is subject to the validity windows listed above.

Selection of the Park Hopper® Plus Option to include visits to Disney water parks and other attractions—along with same-day admission to more than one theme park— adds another day to your valid use period. For example, a 6-day Park Hopper® Plus Option ticket with a start date of November 1 is valid any 6 days from November 1 to November 10.

If you purchased tickets before October 28, 2018, your theme park tickets may be used on different dates depending on the type of ticket.

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 Walt Disney World® Resort 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 Theme Park 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 31" (79cm) wide and 52" (132cm) long, wagons, stroller wagons, 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 Walt Disney World® Resort in Orlando?
When driving to Walt Disney World resort and visiting the Magic Kingdom®, Epcot®, Disney's Hollywood Studios® or Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park, you can expect to pay the following parking fees:
  • Preferred parking: Car or Motorcycle – $45 per day
  • Standard parking: Car or Motorcycle – $22 per day
  • Oversized Vehicle Parking: Shuttle, Limo, Camper Trailer, RV, Bus or Tractor Trailer - $27 per day

Guests pay the parking fee per day to receive a parking pass good for all of the 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 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 ECVs are $50 per day. Wheelchairs require a refundable $100 deposit and proof of photo ID. ECVs require a $20 refundable deposit and proof of photo ID.

Also, be sure to watch for special stroller parking areas outside some shows and attractions inside the parks. Some rides and attractions may require a 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?
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". Strollers require a $100 credit card deposit and proof of photo ID prior to renting.

Can I bring my own stroller?
Yes, however it must be no larger than 31" (79cm) wide and 52" (132cm) long. The smaller your stroller, the easier it is to navigate and maneuver the parks.

Are Walt Disney World® Resort theme park maps available?
Yes. Maps are available at the respective parks, hotels, and lodging within Walt Disney World® Resort. The maps provide an overview of the resort or you can view individual theme parks, water parks, 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 Walt Disney World® ticket price, although some shows may have limited capacity.

If I purchase the Park Hopper® Plus Ticket, where do I exchange my E-Ticket at?
Park Hopper® Plus Tickets can be validated at any Walt Disney World® Theme Park (Magic Kingdom®, Epcot®, Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park, Disney's Hollywood Studios®) or at any water park or golf course. These include:
  • Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park
  • Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
  • Disney's Oak Trail Golf Course
  • Disney's Fantasia Gardens Mini-Golf Course
  • Disney's Winter Summerland Mini-Golf Course
  • ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex

Are coolers permitted at Walt Disney World® Resort?
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. Guests may not bring loose ice in their coolers. Re-usable ice packs are recommended instead. Complimentary cups of ice are available at Food & Beverage locations inside the parks if needed.

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

Why do my Walt Disney World® Resort 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.

Is smoking allowed in the theme parks?
No. Beginning May 1, 2019, smoking areas will no longer be present inside Walt Disney World® theme parks, water parks, or the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

Designated smoking areas are available outside the entrances to the areas listed above and at Disney Springs. For guests who have room or dining reservations, smoking areas are also available at Disney Resort hotels.