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Walt Disney World

One of the most popular attractions in the world, Disney World is full of magic for anyone in the family, young and old.  Witness the creations of so many talented imagineers come to life right in front of your eyes in this marvelous world we call Disney World. 

Whether you are interested in the animations, the sites, or the rides, Disney World has a little something for everyone.

Disney World through the Years

Walt Disney World opened on October 1st, 1971 and began it's journey through time entertaining people from all over the world with Magic Kingdom, it's first theme park.  Epcot Center, the second theme park in Walt Disney World, opened it's gates on October 1st, 1982 and was followed by MGM Studios (now Hollywood Studios) on May 1st, 1989 and Animal Kingdom on April 22nd, 1998.

Through the years, Disney World has incorporated two water parks (Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon) and several themed resorts and shopping areas.  It is pretty safe to say that Walt Disney World's property is a city of it's own within Osceola County, Florida.  Disney World has grown to become the most popular and visited theme attraction in the world. 

Disney World Theme Parks and Attractions

Magic Kingdom

Also referred to as "The Most Magical Place on Earth", Magic Kingdom is a combination of lands throughout the United States including Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, and Mickey's Toontown Fair.  As you enter the park's main entrance you walk down Main Street USA, a blend of architectural styles influenced from different parts of the country, featuring a traditional style barber shop, various eateries, and shops where collectible Disney items can be purchased, including your Mickey Mouse ears! 

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Epcot Center

EPCOT or Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow was the initial dream of Walt Disney to create an experimental city that promoted and implemented the ground breaking technologies of the future.  The city never came to be, but Epcot Center is very real, and is rated the third most visited theme park in the world.  Epcot has been dedicated to international culture and technological innovation which is exactly why it is divided into two parts, the World Showcase, hosting many different scenes from around the world including that country's cuisine and Future World hosting...

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Hollywood Studios

Dedicated to Hollywood as a state of mind, not a place on a map.  Hollywood Studios is a showcase of the results of when imagination combines with theater and animation to create worlds beyond our wildest dreams. Hollywood Studios is a mass of street scenes that blend into each other much like a giant soundstage in a movie studio.  Attraction areas at Disney's Hollywood Studios include Hollywood Boulevard, at the main entrance of the park, Echo Lake, Streets of America, Animation Courtyard, Pixar Place, and Sunset Boulevard. 

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Animal Kingdom

Animal Kingdom is where you will find animals of all kinds from real, to imagined, and even ancient animals.  The first of the Disney parks to be themed entirely around animal conservation, Animal Kingdom is also the largest single theme park on the property spanning a whopping 500 acres.  Animal Kingdom is divided into seven parts, all with their own special theme.  Oasis is at the park's entrance followed by Discovery Island, Camp Minnie-Mickey, Africa, Rafiki's Planet Watch, Asia, and DinoLand U.S.A.

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Disney Water Parks

Disney is home to two exciting water parks, Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon.  Both water parks offer great ways to cool off in the Florida sun.  Each park has a theme to it that make them both very unique.  Blizzard Beach has, naturally, a snowy winter theme that seems to make everything just a little bit cooler.  Typhoon Lagoon is themed after a "Disney legend" of a typhoon that crashed down on a tropical paradise leaving shipwrecks, surf boards, and other ocean worthy equipment strewn about. 

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