Disney World: Worth a Visit?

Noah Falk stands in front of the entrance to Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World.

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Noah Falk stands in front of the entrance to Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World.

Noah Falk, Staff Reporter

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It is often called the happiest place on earth.

Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, is a place everyone should visit in their lifetime. The property currently boasts four large, separate parks. The Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, and Hollywood Studios make up a truly amazing vacation.

When you think of Disney World, you most likely picture Cinderella’s Castle, or maybe a few rides here and there. Disney is worth a five-day vacation. The depth and imagination (not to mention the waiting time) is unbelievable.

The most popular Disney park is without a doubt the Magic Kingdom. It offers something for everyone, from dining with Disney royalty to the thrilling Space Mountain rollercoaster.

If you are looking for a park with some more intensity, Hollywood Studios is worth a visit. With attractions ranging from the Tower of Terror to the Rockin’ Rollercoaster, and a dash of Star Wars, Hollywood Studios is filled with excitement.

Animal Kingdom offers a unique, safari-like experience, and features hits such as Expedition Everest and the new Avatar’s Flight of Passage experience. Also, the natural feel of the park will definitely save you a trip to the zoo.

Finally, Epcot is a very interesting park mostly intended for older park-goers. Epcot features thrilling rides such as Test Track and Mission Space, while also offering a tour of several “countries”, ranging from Mexico to France. Epcot is probably most recognized by the giant Golf Ball-like structure that greets your entrance.

Walt Disney World also offers a variety of lodging locations on property, and is a very popular tourist and family destination. Disney World offers a variety of shows, fireworks, parades, and musicals that bring a vibrant touch of magic. Without a doubt, Walt Disney World is the happiest place on earth.