Theme Parks

Theme Parks


Walt Disney World is made up of four theme parks: The Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Each park is unique and tells guests a different story with different adventures to encounter along the way. The Magic Kingdom brings guests into a world of fantasy, adventure, and tomorrow. Epcot, made up of Future World and World Showcase, is like a permanent world’s fair with different festivals throughout the year. Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the Hollywood that never was and always will be their guest can step into old Hollywood and into some of their favorite movies. Disney’s Animal Kingdom has an adventure around every corner.

Cinderella Castle from Fantasyland Bridge


  • Walt Disney World is 40 square miles large which about the size of San Francisco or twice the size of Manhattan, a third of which is designated for conservation
  • There are almost 70,000 cast members that help bring the magic to life
  • With over 700 watercraft Walt Disney World has one of the largest navies in the world
  • There are over 250 buses that bring guests around the Walt Disney World Resort
  • Over 20 trams help bring guests from the Walt Disney World parking lots to entrance gates
  • There are 14 monorails that circle the Seven Seas Lagoon and make the roundtrip to Epcot
  • 75 million Cokes and 13 million bottles of water are consumed each year
  • 1.8 million pounds of turkey legs are sold each year
  • 3 million bedding plants and annuals are planted each year
  • 450,000 mile of grass is mowed each year, that’s 18 trips around the earth
  • 6,000 cell phones are turned into lost and found each year
  • Photopass Photographers take between 100,000 and 200,000 pictures a day throughout Walt Disney World
Spaceship Earth

Theme Parks

Disney's Animal Kingdom


Disney's Hollywood Studios

Magic Kingdom

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