There's nothing quite like a trip to Walt Disney World. From the moment you arrive, the outside world seems to disappear, as if by magic.

Set across nearly 50 square miles close to the city of Orlando, this vast wonderland comprises four theme parks, two water parks, and neighbourhoods to eat, drink, relax, and shop. It’s all connected by an efficient transport system of monorails, boats, gondolas, and buses, linking impressive masterpieces of whimsy and magic where no detail is overlooked.

Days start with rides through mesmerising lands, some exhilaratingly fast and others slow, immersive, and magical. Feast on Mickey-shaped ice cream and cinnamon-dusted churros as you walk from land to land, stopping to pose for photos with beloved Disney characters or enjoying a high-octane stunt show. You might have to queue (although bookable Lighting Lanes help), but the clever people at Walt Disney World have even found ways to make passing the time while you’re waiting more enjoyable. And when you’re ready for a respite from queues and sunshine, settle down to watch a show with Nemo or sing along with Elsa and Anna. Every day at Walt Disney World ends with spectacular laser and fireworks displays set to music.

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Walt Disney World - Perfect for

  • The ultimate family holiday

    Everyone, from tiny tots to great-grandparents, can find something they love here. A Walt Disney World holiday is unbeatable for generations of families to experience together.

  • Shared family moments

    With attractions everyone can enjoy together, there are so many opportunities to bond over shared experiences. And with Disney photographers dotted around the path, they can be professionally captured, too.

  • Pirates, princesses, pilots, and pioneers

    Kids live out their fantasies here, whether having breakfast with their favourite heroine, embarking on a swashbuckling adventure, flying spaceships, or battling baddies.

  • A touch of nostalgia

    Some things at Walt Disney World never change. One of the joys of returning as an adult is the little things you may recognise from your childhood holidays, including that smell of freshly popped buttery popcorn.

Walt Disney World Hotels

Our recommendations for the best places to stay in Walt Disney World

Disney's Yacht Club Resort

After fun-filled days in the parks, retreat to this oversized New England beach house for a stay...

Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside

Taking architecture and design cues from rural Louisiana, this resort hotel features white-column...

Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

If you want to stay as close as possible to Magic Kingdom, where you can see the fireworks burst...

Walt Disney World Swan Reserve

This modern resort is in a prime location in Walt Disney World, within walking distance of Disney...

Walt Disney World Swan

Take a leisurely stroll to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and EPCOT from this exceedingly well-positi...

Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort

You’ll arrive at Old Port Royale to check in, a lively yet laid-back hub of the resort, perfectly...

Disney's Beach Club Resort

This stylish hotel, modelled on an oversized New England beach house, is perfect if you want to b...

Disney's Coronado Springs Resort

The scale of this vibrant resort will strike you from the moment you step into the airy lobby tha...

Holidays in Walt Disney World

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After fun-filled days in the parks, retreat to this oversized New England beach house for a stay inspired by the nautical charms of the USA’s East Coast.

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Taking architecture and design cues from rural Louisiana, this resort hotel features white-column mansions and delightful cottages set in pretty gardens, with the Deep South theme continuing to the restaurants and bars.

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If you want to stay as close as possible to Magic Kingdom, where you can see the fireworks burst over Cinderella Castle, look no further than this elegant Victorian-inspired resort.

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This modern resort is in a prime location in Walt Disney World, within walking distance of Disney’s Hollywood Studios and EPCOT.

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Take a leisurely stroll to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and EPCOT from this exceedingly well-positioned hotel within the boundaries of Walt Disney World.

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You’ll arrive at Old Port Royale to check in, a lively yet laid-back hub of the resort, perfectly setting the scene for your beach-inspired holiday in the EPCOT area of Walt Disney World.

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This stylish hotel, modelled on an oversized New England beach house, is perfect if you want to be within walking distance of two Disney parks. It has swish guestrooms and a plethora of resort activities to look forward to on your return.

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The scale of this vibrant resort will strike you from the moment you step into the airy lobby that’s lit by Moorish lanterns – just one of many nods to Spanish styling through the hotel.

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7-Day Magic Ticket

Seven days of access to Disney’s theme parks across 15 days. Parks include Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon or Disney’s Blizzard Beach (whichever of the two water parks is open). A Disney Magic Ticket is also a Park Hopper ticket, which allows you to visit multiple theme parks and water parks on the same day. Children under three don’t need a ticket.

Magic Tickets include entry to Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course and one round of mini golf at Disney’s Winter Summerland or Disney’s Fantasia Gardens daily.

An extra benefit of the Magic Ticket is Memory Maker, where you can download and keep digital copies of all your attraction photos and photographs taken by Disney PhotoPass photographers throughout the parks – perfect for getting professional family photos with everyone in them!

You won’t receive a paper ticket. Instead, your tickets and Walt Disney World arrangements are stored on your My Disney Experience account, which you’ll need to set up. Download the app where you can link and store your tickets. In addition, when you arrive, you can buy an optional MagicBand that you wear on your wrist that links to your My Disney Experience account so you can use it to scan into the parks and your Disney resort room, redeem your Disney Dining Plan (if selected), and make purchases in the parks.

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14-Day Magic Ticket

The 14-Day Magic Ticket provides access to all Disney theme parks, including Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon or Disney’s Blizzard Beach (depending on which is open), for 14 days across 18 days. This Park Hopper ticket also allows you to visit multiple theme parks and water parks on the same day. Children under three do not require a ticket.

In addition to the parks, the Magic Ticket includes access to Disney’s Oak Trail Golf Course and one round of mini golf at Disney’s Winter Summerland or Disney’s Fantasia Gardens daily. A great perk of the Magic Ticket is the Memory Maker. This feature lets you download and keep digital copies of all your attraction photos and photographs taken by Disney PhotoPass photographers throughout the parks.

Instead of receiving a paper ticket, your tickets and all your arrangements for Walt Disney World will be stored on your My Disney Experience account. You must set up an account and download the My Disney Experience app to link and store your tickets. You can purchase an optional MagicBand, which you wear on your wrist when you arrive at Walt Disney World. Your MagicBand will link to your My Disney Experience account, allowing you to scan into the parks and your Disney resort room, redeem your Disney Dining Plan (if you’ve selected one), and make purchases in the parks.

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Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan

For each night of your stay in a Disney Resort hotel, each person will receive credits for two quick-service meals, one non-alcoholic drink (or alcoholic drink for guests over 21) per meal, one selected snack or drink, and a refillable drink mug, which you can top up at any Disney Resort hotel.

Available at over 100 quick-service dining locations across Walt Disney World, including the parks, Disney Boardwalk, Disney Springs, and Resort hotels. Dining reservations aren’t required at Disney’s quick-service restaurants, so this is a great option if you don’t want to make lots of dining plans ahead of time.

Meals and snacks are loaded onto your Magicband. To redeem your dining plan, present your MagicBand when you pay for the meal, snack, or drink. Meals and snacks can be redeemed anytime during your stay, so you don’t have to use the allocation the same way each day. Unused meals and snacks will roll over day to day and expire at midnight on your checkout date.

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Disney Dining Plan

During your stay at a Disney Resort hotel, each person will receive credits for one quick-service meal and one table-service meal each night, with the total allocation of credits available when you arrive. A non-alcoholic drink (or alcoholic drink for guests over 21) is included with each meal, one selected snack or drink per day, and a refillable drink mug. You can top up the mug at any Disney Resort hotel.

A quick service table credit includes one main course and one drink. A table service meal credit includes one main course, dessert, and drink. Restaurants considered fine or signature dining, dinner shows, and some character dining experiences require two table service meals per person.

The Disney Dining Plan is available at over 200 dining locations across Walt Disney World, including the parks, Disney Boardwalk, Disney Springs, and Resort hotels. Dining reservations aren’t required at Disney’s quick-service restaurants, but to use your table-service credits, reservations are strongly encouraged and available to make 60 days before arrival. Gratuities are not included, and an 18% gratuity will be automatically added to the bill of parties of six or more.

Meals and snacks are loaded onto your Magicband. To redeem your dining plan, present your MagicBand when you pay for the meal, snack, or drink. Meals and snacks can be redeemed anytime during your stay, so you don’t have to use the allocation the same way each day. Unused meals and snacks will roll over day to day and expire at midnight on your checkout date.

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Get to know Walt Disney World and those important practicalities when planning your perfect holiday.

CURRENCY

US Dollars

FLYING TIME TO DESTINATION

Approximately 10 hours to Orlando

LANGUAGE

English

Magic Kingdom
You’ll walk into the centrepiece of Walt Disney World to a soundtrack of music, greeted by flowers and Main Street USA and the smell of sweet, buttered popcorn. In the Magic Kingdom, you'll find famous Disney rides, major attractions like Space Mountain and Haunted Mansion, and newer additions like TRON Lightcycle / Run, one of the fastest coasters in any Disney theme park. Magic Kingdom is also great for little ones with whimsical rides like Peter Pan's Flight and Dumbo the Flying Elephant. The fireworks over the castle are quite a sight, too, and the parade that weaves its way around the park is an unmissable display of flawlessly choreographed Disney magic.

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Disney’s Hollywood Studios
In Disney's Hollywood Studios, the incredible Star Wars Galaxy's Edge is home to one of Disney's most technologically cutting-edge rides, Rise of the Resistance. Younger kids will love Toy Story Land in Hollywood Studios. Slinky Dog Dash is a popular rollercoaster and the interactive Toy Story Mania! lets families get competitive on an interactive arcade-themed game. Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway is a more recent addition, and with zero height limit, it's a fun way for the whole family to experience one of Disney's best rides.

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Dedicated to celebrating the natural world and its creatures, both real and imaginary, Animal Kingdom is where you can explore African savannahs, the Asian jungle, and prehistoric worlds. The Tree of Life stands tall in the centre of the park and features intricate carvings of hundreds of animals. Test your nerves on the thrilling Expedition Everest rollercoaster and the incredible Festival of the Lion King show. Animal Kingdom is also the place to experience the immersive Avatar rides, where you can fly on the back of a banshee and explore the bioluminescent forests of Pandora.

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EPCOT
EPCOT has introduced new rides and experiences based on popular movies, from the excellent Frozen Ever After ride to Remy's Ratatouille Adventure. EPCOT is also a brilliant place to eat, where you can dine around the world at the World Showcase. This area, set around a lake, hosts a popular annual Food & Wine Festival, and more so than anywhere else across Walt Disney World Resort, you'll find groups of adults enjoying a holiday without children.

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Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon
This water park features water slides, a lazy river, and a huge wave pool. The park's theming is centred around a tropical storm, with wreckage and debris from the storm scattered throughout the park. You can easily spend a whole day here with plenty of places to relax and soak up the sun, places to eat and drink, and thrilling water rides.

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Disney’s Blizzard Beach
Themed around a ski resort, complete with a mountain that houses some of the most thrilling water slides in the world. One of the most popular attractions is Summit Plummet, a 120-foot-tall free-fall slide that sends riders plunging at up to 60 miles per hour. Other must-try slides include the Toboggan Racers, an eight-lane racing slide, and the Slush Gusher, a high-speed coaster that takes riders on a rolling journey down the mountainside.

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Disney Springs
An outdoor shopping and entertainment complex with luxury boutiques and famous brands, Disney Springs also has plenty of places to eat, from quick bites to sit-down restaurants. There are bars and lounges to finish an action-packed day with a sundowner, and you’ll find a jubilant atmosphere here, created by live music and street performances on warm Florida nights.

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Disney’s BoardWalk
This charming waterfront promenade between EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios is inspired by the seaside boardwalks of the early 20th century. Stroll along the lakefront and enjoy a variety of street performers and live entertainment, or pop into Jellyrolls to cheer on the duelling pianos. Make reservations at Italian or seafood restaurants for a relaxing end to busy days.

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Walt Disney World Weather

Mar - Jun, Oct - Dec

January
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February
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March
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April
55 mm
May
70 mm
June
157 mm
July
158 mm
August
170 mm
September
142 mm
October
69 mm
November
36 mm
December
51 mm

Walt Disney World Weather by Month

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