Parks and Entertainment
Walt Disney World is 47 square miles or roughly the size of the city of Vancouver or San Francisco!
Located within this vast property are 4 theme parks, two water parks, two shopping/entertainment areas and plenty of recreation areas (golf, boating, horseback riding, and so much more!)
We help our guests plan their trips to make the very most of their time and use our extensive experience to make sure you experience the most magic possible!
Perhaps the most iconic park in the world, Magic Kingdom is all about fairy tales, fantasy and getting lost in the magic. This park is the #1 must-do at Walt Disney World, with it's dozens of attractions and shows (for all ages - even infants!), the Festival of Fantasy parade, four roller-coasters, surprises around every corner and amazing Enchanted fireworks to end your day.
Epcot consists of four areas: World Celebration, World Discovery, World Nature and World Showcase. World Celebration/Discovery/Nature is the home of popular attractions, like Test Track, Mission Space (with a new and improved tamer version), Soarin' and coming in 2022, Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, one of the largest indoor roller coasters in the world. World Showcase consists of 11 countries surrounding a beautiful lagoon. You can walk from country to country, enjoying the architecture, cultural displays, performances, food, attractions (Frozen Ever After, Remy's Ratatouille Adventure), shopping for unique goods from each country and more. End your day with Epcot's newest fireworks show, Harmonious.
Disney's Hollywood Studios
Show-biz comes to life at Disney's Hollywood Studios, focusing on stage shows, musicals and thrills. It is home to Star Wars:Galaxy's Edge, which truly feels like you have been immersed in a galaxy far far away. Here you can pilot the Millennium Falcon, and immerse yourself in their headliner attraction, Rise of the Resistance.
Toy Story Land is home to Slinky Dog Dash, Aliens Swirling Saucers and the classic Toy Story Midway Mania. Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway is a charming adventure for the whole family, and the first attraction to star Mickey and Minnie! Disney's Hollywood Studios is the park with the more extreme attractions (Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and Rock 'n' Roller coaster starring Aerosmith (0 to 60 in 2.8 seconds!) and is very popular among older kids.
Disney has two waterparks: Typhoon Lagoon, which has a laid back, tropical atmosphere with a huge wave pool and a variety of waterslides.
Blizzard Beach (above), is a ski hill melting in the Florida sun, has something for everyone, from a toddler and children's area, to the most extreme waterslides. Both are circled by a lazy river where you can just float the day away
Disney Springs (above, formerly called Downtown Disney) and the Boardwalk area are great places to wander around some unique and specialty shops and dine at some celebrity chef's restaurants (Wolfgang Puck, Rick Bayless, Guy Fieri, Art Smith, Masahara Morimoto). Grab a meal or a snack, wander the shops, and soak up the atmosphere!