Castle at Disney World (Nathan Evans)

Disney World (Jimmy DeFlippo/Walt Disney World)

(Walt Disney World Resort)


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What to do in Disney World

Walt Disney World has been in the business of making the magic happen for more than 40 years, a track record started back in the 1960s when ol' Uncle Walt set out to develop his "Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow." That has since expanded into an entertainment empire comprising four theme parks, two water parks, more than 20 themed resorts, golf courses, spas, and more excitement than you can shake a stick at. In truth, it can all feel a little overwhelming, so make a plan, pick a season with fewer crowds, and stay on the WDW campus to make the most of extensive transport links, extended park hours exclusively for Disney resort guests, and discounts to make your hard-earned money go a little bit further in the world’s favorite utopia of vacationing fun.

Traveler Reviews of Disney World

BrothelLover69 rates Disney World
Disney world is for weenie hut juniors, spongebob land would be better.
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German rates Disney World
I think Disney World is an excellent place. I really feel the magic of this place. I hope I can travel with my children on the future I think it is one of the best experiences a child can have. And they change lots of things each tome. Just Wonderful!!
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Alistair rates Disney World
Caveat: I visited Walt Disney World for a conference, so I really need to go back to experience it properly with my kids, no doubt a whole other experience. The Good: enjoyed boating on Bay Lake (in front of Contemporary Resort) and seeing all the amazing birdlife; the rides at Hollywood Studios are pretty awesome. The Bad: I found the Disney experience to be a bit heavy-handed and was ready to escape after a few days! If I go back, I'd choose to stay on the Disney campus again as it was all very convenient and leisurely with the shuttles, monorail, etc.
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