About Disney World
As one of the largest, most visited amusement parks in the world, Walt Disney World Orlando offers four amazing theme parks, as well as two outstanding water parks. "Magic Kingdom" was the first park to open in Walt Disney World Orlando's original theme park in 1971. The 107-acre "Magic Kingdom" is comprised of 7 "lands", including "Fantasyland" and "Adventureland." Also in this original theme park are "Frontierland", "Libertyland", "Tomorrowland", and "Mickey's Toontown Fair". Walk through the famed "Cinderella's Castle" for a glimpse of Cinderella herself! The renowned "Epcot Center" is made up of two fun-filled areas. "World Nation" represents 11 nations and cultures, while "Future World" is focused on the imagination and possibilities of the technological future. Be sure to be at Epcot Center at night, when the spectacular fireworks and laser show light up the skies over the World Showcase Lagoon! Walt Disney World's "Hollywood Studio", dedicated to the film industry, includes such attractions as "Echo Lake", "Pixar Place", and "Mickey Boulevard". Four other themed attractions also make up the adventurous fun in ?Hollywood Studio?. Disney's "Animal Kingdom" is an adventurous safari themed action-adventure park including "Camp Minnie-Mickey", "Africa", "Asia", "Discovery Land", and "Dinoland USA". After visiting these four amazing theme parks, you will want to be sure to experience the thrills and relaxation available to all in Walt Disney World's two water parks, "Blizzard Beach" and "Typhoon Lagoon", where fun is a family word!
Events in Disney World
Eat to The Beat Concert Series at EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival
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Each night during the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, the America Gardens Theatre serves up performances from major recording artists. This year, our musical menu features 32 irresistible acts—our biggest and best lineup ever.
Disney World Updates
Review 1 day ago
If you've got a young daughter who is enchanted by the Disney princesses, this is a real treat! You need to book MONTHS and MONTHS in advance. You can also eat here without any Disney characters and it's still enjoyable. The wait staff is in Medieval costume and plenty for kids to like on the menu.