The Walt Disney World Parks refer to four parks in Florida created by the Disney Company, the first of which was the Magic Kingdom in 1971. Just over a decade later in 1982, EPCOT—the park inspired by concepts for Walt Disney himself—was opened. Within the next few years in 1989, Disney's Hollywood Studios, which takes a look at all the behind-the-scenes action, was opened. In 1998, the final park, Disney's Animal Kingdom, completed the quartet.
Every year, over 100 million people visit one of these Florida parks, making them the most visited in the world. Many of the parks have different zones or areas which tie in the with the themes and designs of their different movies. Many of the rides are open year round, but depending on the time of year that you visit, you can also experience different festivals, parades and shows.
Can we guess which one of the four parks at Walt Disney in Orlando is your favorite? Well, if you would like to find out if we can, then all you have to do is tell us who your favorite Disney characters are. When you are done, we will tell you if EPCOT is more your style or if you prefer the Magic Kingdom.