Walt Disney World – The Florida Project
Commenced on 1st of October, 1971, Walt Disney World is dream-come-true theme park situated in on Bay Lake, near Orlando, in Florida, United States of America. This 25,000-acre facility has four theme parks, two water parks, and many other sources of entertainment including golf courses, camping grounds, resorts, and shopping centers in its parameters. Walt Disney was the mastermind behind this massive fantasy project. The first theme park was opened in 1971, named as the Magic Kingdom. Following it, Epcot was opened in 1982, Disney’s Hollywood Studios in 1989, and Disney’s the Animal Kingdom in 1998. The several unique activities and experiences it offers to its visitors make it one of the most visited tourist destinations with a visitor count of 52 million per annum.
Top must-visit places to visit in Walt Disney World:
This fantastic conception from the great mind of Walt Disney, Walt Disney World is one of the most suitable places to spend vacations with families and friends. This theme park welcomes every kind of person, both youngsters, and adults. People from all around the globe come here to make unforgettable memories, as it provides a family-friendly ambiance and to take pleasure of the interesting and unique opportunities it offers. Some of the must-visit destinations include:
Magic Kingdom Park:
Magic Kingdom Park holds the distinction of being the first theme park installed in Walt Disney World. It is represented by Cinderella’s Castle and is based on the theme of fairy tales and Disney characters. After many decades, with many changes in cultures and social climates, Magic Kingdom still stands as the King of the theme parks in this modern world. Its construction and planning were so well that one cannot resist paying a visit to this place. It has six incompatible zones, known as the“lands”. These are; Main Street, U.S.A, Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland.
Opened to the world on 1st October 1982, this dreamland, Epcot, is one theme parks in Walt Disney World, dedicated to the technological advancements and international culture in the modern World. It is also renowned as the Permanent world’s fair. This 305-acre facility is adored by millions, attracting about 12.2 million visitors per annum. It is defined by Spaceship Earth. The park has two distinct areas, namely the Future World and the World Showcase. Apart from its attractions and rides, Epcot is also a host to a wide diversity of events and fairs such as the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival, The Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, The Epcot International Festival of the Arts, Holidays Around the World, and IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park:
Distinguished as the second largest theme park in the Walt Disney World, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park is a 403-acre facility, based upon the theme of Natural environment and animal conservation. This park is renowned for featuring a traditional theme which allows no fireworks or any kind of activity that disturbs the animals. Certain conditions are also developed for the comfort of animals. A wide diversity of species of animals are displayed here such as Sunset Savanna: Male Giraffe, Bongo, Impala, Thompsons Gazelles, Ostrich, Ankole Cattle, Waterbuck, African crown cranes, stork, and blue cranes. Arusha Savanna: Pelicans, geese, giraffe, ankole cattle, zebra, Wildebeast, eland, gemsbok.Uzima Savanna: Giraffe, Impala, Kudu, Bongo, Blesbok, Thompsons Gazelles.