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This park was good fun, and unlike our last visit no tropical storm to cancel the day. Only thing is there is little to no shade, so its Hot Hot Hot!

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Mickey Mouse in front of Cinderella's Castle at Magic Kingdom Park, Walt Disney World

Magic Kingdom Park

The one and only place where once-upon-a- time is now and make-believe is as real as today.

Use your Disney World theme park tickets to enjoy a Disney experience of six enchanted lands and over 40 magical attractions, making exciting adventures and timeless fairy tale classics just a smile away. Magical tales and bold new adventures await for the price of our Magic Kingdom park tickets, allowing you to make a great saving on your dream family holiday.

Highlights:

  • Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
  • Space Mountain
  • Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
  • Happily Ever After
  • Mickey's PhillarMagic
  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
  • Splash Mountain
  • Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid
  • Pirates of the Caribbean
Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind at Epcot

Epcot

Travel in time and space

With your Walt Disney World tickets, 'out of this world' is well within reach and travelling around the globe takes no more effort than travelling around the block! Epcot is an ever-changing, always entertaining world of discovery where you can explore the wonders of the universe and cultures from around the planet.

Highlights:

  • Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind
  • Remy's Ratatouille Adventure
  • Frozen Ever After
  • Soarin’ Around the World
  • Turtle Talk with Crush
  • Test Track
  • The Seas with Nemo & Friends
  • Mission: SPACE
Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park

Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park

Alive with Magic

Go wild with your Disney Tickets at Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park. Explore the realm of creatures that inhabit our world and our imagination, a place full of animal adventures, loveable creatures and spectacular shows with over 30 attractions throughout six unforgettable lands.

Highlights:

  • AVATAR Flight of Passage
  • Finding Nemo — The Musical
  • Na’vi River Journey
  • Expedition Everest
  • The Boneyard
  • Rivers of Light
  • Kali River Rapids
  • Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail
  • Kilimanjaro Safaris
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Disney's Hollywood Studios

Encounter the thrills

Use your Disney Park tickets to enter a world of glitz and glamour where you are the star! Prepare yourself for, lights...camera...and a stage set for plenty of action at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and discover thrilling attractions, on-stage live spectaculars and exciting backstage fun.

Highlights:

  • Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run
  • Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
  • Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith
  • Alien Swirling Saucers
  • Star Tours — The Adventures Continue
  • Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway
  • Toy Story Mania!
  • The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror™
Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park

Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park

Enjoy this slushy, slippery water park...

Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park is packed with downhill thrills and plenty of ways to chill. From bunny slopes to black diamonds, whether you’re a little squirt or making splash. Use your Disney theme park tickets to enjoy the most exhilarating water park anywhere !

Highlights:

  • Summit Plummet
  • Tike’s Peak
  • Ski Patrol Training Camp
  • Slush Gusher
  • Cross Country Creek
  • Teamboat Springs
  • Snow Stormers
  • Melt-Away Bay
  • Downhill Double Dipper
Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

A fun-filled water park offering a watery adventure...

Use your Disney World Tickets to dive into the waves or soak up the sunshine at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park. The largest inland surfing lagoon in Florida, for tots and teens! Thrills like you’ve never seen. Everyone can hang ten, or take five in this tropical paradise.

Highlights:

  • 9 waterslides
  • waterslide one with near-vertical drops
  • Surf Pool with 6-foot waves
  • Shark Reef

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Walt Disney World Resort is the place where dreams come true!

Use your Disney Tickets from AttractionTickets.com to experience the best of Walt Disney World in Florida, from beloved Disney Characters to awesome attractions, splashing good Water Parks to two exciting night-time entertainment districts.

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Use your Disney tickets to encounter the wonder of make-believe at Magic Kingdom Park and discover high tech excitement, food and cultures from around the globe at Epcot.

Get wild at a place full of animal adventures, loveable creatures and spectacular shows at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and then experience the world of movie-making at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

If that was not enough, with your Disney world tickets you can plunge down thrilling water slides, float through gentle waves or soak up the sun at either Disney's Typhoon Lagoon or Disney's Blizzard Beach (whichever is open at the time of your visit). Or play golf, be dazzled by Broadway-style shows and shop 'til you drop at Disney Springs.

And for the first time ever, use your Disney Florida tickets to live your very own Star Wars™ adventure. At Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, find yourself caught in an epic battle between the Resistance and the First Order in Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance or take control of the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy on Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run. With a whole new land to explore, you can finally live your adventure in a galaxy far, far away.

Disney Magic Ticket

Want to experience all there is to see and do at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, with the flexibility to visit more than one Disney Park per day? Then look no further than a Disney Magic Ticket for 7 or 14 days.

Created exclusively for UK and Irish holidaymakers to buy before they fly, these flexible Disney tickets offer an unbeatable price per day and also come with a host of extra benefits including Park Hopper access, which allows you to explore multiple Disney Theme Parks and Water Parks on the same day. And Memory Maker, which gives you unlimited downloads of your family’s magical moments captured by Disney PhotoPass photographers.

How Disney Magic Tickets Work

  • Select the date you would like to start using your Disney Magic Ticket.
  • You can use the Disney 7-Day Magic Ticket ticket over 15 days and the Disney 14-Day Magic Ticket over 18 days, giving you more flexibility during your holiday than ever before. 
  • Start using your Disney ticket at any time from the start date selected, but remember the ticket will expire in full at the end of the validity window. We recommend you start using the Disney 14-Day Magic Ticket within 4 days of the date selected to ensure you enjoy the full 14 Disney Park days entitlement. 
  • To enter a Disney Park, both a valid Disney Ticket AND a date-specific theme park reservation are required - Plan your Disney Park days using the Disney Park Pass System.
  • Reserve the Disney Park you want to visit each day and use the built-in Park Hopping benefit if you wish to visit other Disney Parks in the afternoon. 
  • For example, join an epic battle between the First Order and the Resistance at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge within Disney's Hollywood Studios in the morning and then hop across to Pandora – The World of Avatar at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park in the afternoon followed by an evening stroll by Cinderella Castle in Magic Kingdom. Alternatively, start your day travelling around the world at EPCOT then enjoy an afternoon of downhill thrills and spills at Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park. It's up to you!

Introducing Disney Genie Service

Make your Disney Theme Park visits easier and more fun with the magical Disney Genie Service. Included in the price of your Disney Ticket, this handy digital service helps plan a bespoke itinerary just for you! All you need to do is tell Disney Genie your preferences - are you a thrill-seeker, a Disney princess fan or simply in search of the best place to get a tasty treat - and this new digital service will do the rest. Enjoy features like a virtual tip board with forecasted wait times for rides, restaurant check-in, mobile food ordering and more.

Want to take your day to the next level? Disney Genie+ service featuring Lightning Lane entry on select attractions and experiences, new audio experiences and access to exclusive Disney PhotoPass camera lenses may be purchased on the day you visit a Disney Park using the My Disney Experience App, one day at a time, subject to availability.

Disney Memory Maker worth $199 with Adult Disney Magic Tickets!

This added-value bonus is exclusive for UK and Irish customers pre-purchasing an adult Disney Magic Ticket. Memory Maker allows you to keep and share all the amazing photographs taken of you and your family by Disney PhotoPass photographers in the Disney parks. Even better ride photos are included too!

Use Memory Maker to capture and relive your Walt Disney World Florida memories without having to reach for your camera. See the family screaming down Splash Mountain, posing for those iconic photos in front of Cinderella’s Castle and enjoying that first hug with Mickey Mouse and friends. Your photos are linked to your Disney account, so you can download them right away from the Disney PhotoPass site. Download as many photos as you want as many times as you like!

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Have a plan B for rainy days. For example, Innoventions in Epcot’s Future World, DisneyQuest Interactive Theme Park and the Lego Imagination Center at Downtown Disney are all good indoor options.

Reviews

Average 4.5 out of 5 (23055 customer reviews)

★★★★★ ★★★★★

This park was good fun, and unlike our last visit no tropical storm to cancel the day. Only thing is there is little to no shade, so its Hot Hot Hot!

4 stars:

Deborah Luke reviewed 15 Aug,2022

Rides weren’t the best of Disney here but the Star Wars setting was brilliant.

4 stars:

Trusted Customer reviewed 15 Aug,2022

We loved Epcot. Rides were amazing and got to see lots of characters! We visited 4times over 2 weeks.

5 stars:

Trusted Customer reviewed 15 Aug,2022

You have to visit here for the Disney experience. Was sad not to see the parade due to rain that never seem to appear. Very busy!!

4 stars:

Trusted Customer reviewed 15 Aug,2022

safari, everest and yak and yeti restaurant

4 stars:

James Hall reviewed 15 Aug,2022

favourite park! loved the food and wine festival this summer, plus Guardian ride is a must!

5 stars:

James Hall reviewed 15 Aug,2022

Still a great day our but needs a few new draws

4 stars:

James Hall reviewed 15 Aug,2022

Star Wars land is amazing!

5 stars:

James Hall reviewed 15 Aug,2022

A modern park and loved the large ball. Meet & greet was good for the little ones to meet Elsa 7 Arna

5 stars:

Margaret Storey reviewed 14 Aug,2022

On arrival I thought we would be met by Mickey Mouse but he wasn't there. We didn't get to see any of the parades as these were cancelled due to bad weather but we stayed in the evening for the fireworks which were fantastic.

4 stars:

Margaret Storey reviewed 14 Aug,2022

Great ride on the safari tour. Queued for nearly two hours for Avatar but it was a great experience.

5 stars:

Margaret Storey reviewed 14 Aug,2022

We all loved this park and the large typhoon wave. I took the little ones to the small kids water park and it was great.

5 stars:

Margaret Storey reviewed 14 Aug,2022

Great for my son, not great for the littles ones.

4 stars:

Margaret Storey reviewed 14 Aug,2022

Exciting and innovative attractions

5 stars:

Trusted Customer reviewed 14 Aug,2022

A personal favourite excellent

5 stars:

Trusted Customer reviewed 14 Aug,2022

Simply a magical day and experience

5 stars:

Trusted Customer reviewed 14 Aug,2022

Coaster Everest was amazing and safari tour brilliant

5 stars:

Trusted Customer reviewed 14 Aug,2022

Service and support highest standard

5 stars:

Trusted Customer reviewed 14 Aug,2022

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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions for Walt Disney World Tickets

General Information

How many parks does Walt Disney World have in Orlando?

There are six parks - Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park. To explore them all, we offer the Disney 14-Day Magic Ticket which gives you access to all parks for the duration of your ticket, subject to park availability. 

I have a valid Disney Ticket, do I still need to book days at the Disney Parks?

Yes, Disney has extended the Disney Park Pass System for arrivals up to the end of 2023 and both a valid Disney ticket and a park reservation are needed to enter one of the four main Disney Theme Parks - Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney's Hollywood Studios and Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park. You won’t require a reservation for the two Disney Water Parks, Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. However, if you plan to visit a Disney theme park on the same day as a Disney Water Park, you will need to make a reservation for the Disney Theme Park.

On receipt of your Disney tickets, link them on My Disney Experience and start reserving your Disney park days using the Disney Park Pass System. We recommend doing this as soon as you receive your Disney tickets as theme park reservations are subject to availability. 

When can I book my Disney Park days?

You can book your Disney Park days as soon as you have your Disney ticket numbers. We dispatch Disney tickets to customers within 7 days of receiving full payment or more quickly if you have paid extra for expedited postage. On the day we send your Disney tickets in the post, you will also receive an email from us with your Disney ticket numbers to speed up the process.

How do I book my Disney Park days?

You book your Disney Park days by linking your Disney Tickets to My Disney Experience. Our My Disney Experience blog contains helpful video guides on how to link your Disney tickets to My Disney Experience.

What is My Disney Experience?

My Disney Experience is a free digital planning tool that helps you get the most from your Walt Disney World holiday. Link your Disney Tickets or Disney Hotel Booking to My Disney Experience to make and manage your Disney Park reservations, access the Disney Genie Service, mobile order food and make restaurant reservations tickets, access Photopass for memory maker and much more. See our guide to My Disney Experience for more information. 

What is Disney Memory Maker?

Memory Maker is a great way to capture and relive your Walt Disney World Florida memories without having to reach for your camera. The whole family can pose for photos at any Disney PhotoPass location as well as select attractions and dining locations throughout Walt Disney World Resort. Ride photos are included too!

Photos and videos can then be downloaded to your Disney account on My Disney Experience. You do this by tapping your Disney Ticket, MagicBand or MagicMobile pass at the attractions.

Is Memory Maker included with my Disney Tickets?

Yes, Memory Maker is a standard inclusion with adult Disney Magic Tickets. Memory Maker is not included with Disney Event Tickets such as Disney After Hours Boo Bash at Magic Kingdom Park

What is Disney Genie Service and Disney Genie+

Disney Magic Tickets include complimentary access to the all-new Disney Genie Service, a handy digital service that lets you create your best Disney Park day with a recommended personal itinerary. Upon launching the Disney Genie tool in the My Disney Experience App, share what you’d like to do in a few easy steps - you can highlight specific attractions, foodie experiences and entertainment, plus special interests like Disney princesses, villains, Pixar, Star Wars, thrill rides and more. Disney Genie service will then create a personalised itinerary that seamlessly and smartly maps out your day. It displays a good time to go to a specific attraction and gives an idea of the forecasted wait. Also, enjoy features like a virtual tip board with forecasted ride wait times for all the park's attractions, make dining reservations, mobile food ordering and more. With Disney Genie Service you’ll have quicker access to the most up-to-date park information, so you can be more spontaneous and have more fun.

Want to take your day to the next level? Disney Genie+ service featuring Lightning Lane entry on select attractions and experiences, new audio experiences and access to exclusive Disney PhotoPass camera lenses may be purchased on the day you visit a Disney Park using the My Disney Experience App.

Can I pre-book Lightning Lane access to Disney attractions in advance with the Disney Genie+ service?

No, access to the Lightning Lane entrance can only be booked on the day of your visit with availability opening every day at 7.00am. Guests with Genie+ can select the next available arrival window for their first attraction at this time. Once you’ve redeemed your initial Lightning Lane selection (or the arrival window has passed), you can make another Lightning Lane selection using the Genie+ service and can keep making one selection at a time throughout the day. Attraction arrival windows are provided as next available. See our Disney Genie Guide for more information Genie+ and featured Lightning Lane attractions.

Are all Disney rides and attractions included with Genie+?

No. There are more than 40 experiences across all 4 theme parks that are eligible, but currently, you cannot use Genie+ to access the Lightning Lane entrance for the following attractions.

  • Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
  • Space Mountain
  • Frozen Ever After
  • Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure
  • Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway
  • Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
  • Avatar Flight of Passage
  • Expedition Everest

To access the Lightning Lane for these highly demanded attractions, guests must pay for individual Lighting Lane entrance on the day of their visit. Only two individual Lightning Lane selections can be purchased each day. Selections and payments must be made via the My Disney Experience App. Unfortunately, we are unable to book this for you. See our Disney Genie Guide for more information on the Disney Genie Service and Lightning Lane attractions.

How big is Walt Disney World in Orlando?

It's huge at nearly 40 square miles /25,000 acres. That's the same size as San Francisco, which is why we offer fully flexible 7 and 14 Day Disney's Ultimate tickets to allow you enough time to enjoy all 6 of Walt Disney World's incredible parks at your own pace. 

When is the best time to visit Walt Disney World?

September is historically the quietest month at the parks, with children in the US and the UK back at school. Weekdays in January, February, October, November and early December are usually quieter as well. However the best time to visit Florida weather wise, is during spring from March to Mid-May when the weather is pleasant, with temperatures relatively milder than the peak summer and clear skies.

What hotels are there in Walt Disney World?

There are currently more than 25 Disney Resort hotels to choose from.

What time does Walt Disney World open?

The parks' opening hours vary throughout the year - see My Disney Experience for details.

How far is Orlando Sanford airport from Disney World?

It is around 50 minutes away by car - 44 miles.

How far is Walt Disney World to Universal Resort Orlando?

It is 10 miles away which takes approximately 20 minutes by car. If you’re looking to visit both parks, take a look at our Disney World & Universal combo ticket deals.

How far is Walt Disney World to SeaWorld Orlando?

Walt Disney World is 5 miles away from SeaWorld, Aquatica and Discovery Cove which takes approximately 10-15 minutes by car. If you’re looking to visit both parks,
take a look at our Disney World & SeaWorld combo ticket deals.

How do you get to Orlando Premium Outlets from Walt Disney World?

You can take a 15 minute taxi ride or catch a bus which takes just over an hour with one changeover.

Is Walt Disney World in Orlando?

The Walt Disney World Resort is in Bay Lake and Lake Buena Vista, Florida. It is near Orlando and Kissimmee.

Which airport in Orlando is closest to Walt Disney World?

Orlando International Airport is the closest airport which is around 17 miles away and 20 minutes by car.

How old is Walt Disney World in Orlando?

The first park to open was Magic Kingdom on 1st October 1971. It was then followed by Epocot 1982, Hollywood Studios and Typhoon Lagoon 1989, Blizzard Beach 1995 and Animal Kingdom in 1998.

Is Universal Orlando part of Walt Disney World?

Walt Disney World and Universal Resorts are separate and not part of the same organisation. However we offer combination ticket packages for extra savings! Universal Resort owns Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure and Volcano Bay.

Are any attractions scheduled to be under refurbishment when I visit Walt Disney World?

To learn about any unplanned closures or long-term refurbishments, please check the individual page for each attraction on My Disney Experience.

Can I bring my own food into Walt Disney World parks?

Guests are allowed to bring outside food and nonalcoholic beverage items into the park for self-consumption, provided they are not in glass containers and do not require heating, reheating, processing, refrigeration or temperature control and do not have pungent odors.

What else is there to do in Walt Disney World?

Disney Springs is an outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment complex. ESPN Wide World of Sports is a multi purpose sports complex. There are also 4 golf courses and 2 themed miniature golf courses. The Disney 14-Day Magic Ticket includes all of this.

How does Walt Disney World accommodate guests with disabilities?

Walt Disney World Resort theme parks provide numerous accommodations for Guests with mobility disabilities, Guests with visual disabilities and Guests with hearing disabilities. For more information, please contact Disability Services at (407) 560-2547. Rentals cannot be pre-booked and are first come first served only. Wheelchairs start from $12 a day.

What are the parking charges at the Walt Disney World parks?

Parking charges start from $25 per day. If you stay in a Disney resort, most hotels offer free theme park parking but charge an overnight fee to park instead.

Which Walt Disney World restaurants take reservations?

To see a list of all restaurants you can pre book, please visit My Disney Experience. All Guests may now make dining reservations online up to 60 days in advance.

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