There are currenly five Disney Parks in the world, of which Attraction Tickets Direct provides theme park tickets to three of these five parks. At present there's a Disney Park in California, a Disney Park in Florida, a Disney Park in Paris, one in Tokyo and another in Hong Kong. Each of these parks dotted about the world have been named individually and although the differences in the names in most cases are small, knowing which parks are where and exactly what they are called will undoubtedly help you research the best attraction tickets for your theme park holiday.
Attraction Tickets Direct can provide Disney holidaymakers with Disney tickets to Disneyland, Walt Disney World Florida and Disneyland Paris, but how well do you know these three Disney Parks?
Location: Anaheim, California
Often referred to as: Disneyland California, Disneyland Florida and mistaken for being in Orlando.
Parks: Disneyland Resort makes home to Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure
Castle: Disneyland's feature fairytale castle is the Sleeping Beauty Castle.
Tickets: Disneyland Resort California
Contrary to popular belief Disneyland California is the first ever Disney Park to open its theme park gates to the world in 1955. This park is the only Disney Park to have been constructed under the supervision of Walt Disney.
Walt Disney World Resort Florida
Location: Orlando, Florida
Often referred to as: Disneyland Florida.
Parks: Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and water parks Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach.
Castle: Cinderella Castle
Tickets: Walt Disney World Tickets
Walt Disney World Resort Florida is not only the biggest of the Disney parks, but the biggest theme park area in the world. Sitting at the heart of the theme park capital, Walt Disney World opened twenty years after Disneyland in 1971 and has quickly become the most visited attraction in the world. This park is the only Disney Park with 'Walt' in its name.
Location: East of Central Paris in Marne la Vallee
Often referred to as: It's former title, Euro Disney
Parks: Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park
Castle: Sleeping Beauty
Tickets: Disneyland Paris Tickets
Disneyland Paris opened in 1992 and is the second Disney Park to open outside of the US after the Tokyo Disney Resort. Disneyland Paris has changed its name a record breaking five times. Its opening name was Euro Disney, which it kept until 1993, then it became Euro Disney Resort Paris for a year, before changing in 1994 to Disneyland Paris, which lasted until 2001, it then became Disneyland Resort Paris for seven years before reverting back to Disneyland Paris again in 2008 - as it is now!
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