So you’ve decided to go to the happiest place on Earth! Congratulations! I’m Anne, a Disney superfan, and I’ll use this guide to recommend the best experiences, rides, and food available in Disney World. I visit Disney World frequently, and spend the remainder of my time reading, watching, and listening to every Disney news source I can.
An introduction to the author, Disney World, and this guide.
First, you need to select a Disney World resort to stay in. Resorts are broadly divided into 3 categories: Value (approximately $100-$250 per night for a 4 adult size room, $300-$450 for up to 6 adults), Moderate ($200-$400 per night/room), and Deluxe ($450+ per room/night).
Although Value resorts are the cheapest resorts in Disney World, there’s nothing cheap about the fun they provide! We recommend the All Star series of resorts, Pop Century, or my personal favorite Art of Animation.
Deluxe resorts are the ultimate in comfort, amenities
For many, Magic Kingdom is synonymous with Disney World. As the first park in Disney World, it contains a ton of original and iconic rides such as Splash Mountain and Space Mountain.
Perhaps my favorite park, Epcot imagines the future, while simultaneously teaching us about the world around us. If you’re a foodie, Epcot will dazzle with its variety of flavors.
A mecca for film lovers, Hollywood Studios boasts two of the hottest and and most fun lands, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and Toy Story Land. Plenty of other attractions, including those based on Frozen, Beauty and the Beast, and Cars round out a fun park.
Love animals? Then you’ll love Animal Kingdom, which features plenty of interaction with animals both real and imagined.