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Top 10 Must-Do Attractions At Walt Disney World

A Walt Disney World vacation is perfect for any guest as every experience is sure to be magical and fun for those of all ages. Guests who enjoy a trip to Walt Disney World can explore four theme parks, two water parks, Disney Springs, and Disney Resorts and enjoy dining, entertainment, recreation, and so much more. One of the highlights of any Disney vacation for guests is enjoying the amazing attractions that are found within the four Disney Parks. From family friendly to thrilling and everything in between, there is the perfect Disney attraction experience for each and every guest who visits the parks. While every attraction is entertaining in its own way, some are simply so phenomenal that they cannot be missed on a Disney vacation. From big thrills to unforgettable moments, these attractions bring it all. Here are the top ten must do attractions at Walt Disney World.

10. Splash Mountain

Frontierland in the Magic Kingdom is home to a duo of mountains that both bring guests on thrilling adventures. Splash Mountain has guests board logs and set sail with Br’er Rabbit as he sets off in search of more adventure. Eventually he is caught by the mischievous Br’er Fox and Br’er Bear and flung alongside guests down a steep hill into the Briar Patch below. With a thrilling finale that is sure to leave guests soaked, Splash Mountain is a must do attraction in the Magic Kingdom.

9. Haunted Mansion

Also found in the Magic Kingdom is a classic attraction that many guests consider to be their favorite. The Haunted Mansion in Liberty Square invites guests into an impressive manor home that is actually the resting place of nine hundred and ninety nine happy haunts. Guests soon board Doom Buggies and set off for a tour of the mansion where they come face to face with all sorts of eerie happenings and characters.

8. Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom is home to another mountain based attraction that brings the story of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to life. The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train has guests board innovative mine carts that gently sway from side to side. Guests soon find themselves whirling around the mountain and into the mines where the Dwarfs are hard at work. With classic music and characters as well as thrilling drops and turns, the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is a wonderful attraction that can’t be missed!

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7. Soarin’ Around the World

Epcot’s Future World is home to a very popular attraction that brings guests on an epic adventure around the world. Soarin’ Around the World is located on the lower level of The Land Pavilion and invites guests to dangle their feet and soar about some of the most beautiful locations on Earth. Guests can enjoy bird’s eye views of the Great Wall of China, Iguazu Falls, Mount Kilimanjaro, the Taj Mahal, the Eiffel Tower, and even Epcot.

6. Frozen Ever After

The rear of Epcot is home to World Showcase including the popular Norway Pavilion. Guests who explore to the back of the pavilion can enjoy Frozen Ever After, a boat based attraction that brings guests into the kingdom of Arendelle. Anna, Elsa, and friends are waiting to greet guests for a summer celebration and some of the most popular music from the film Frozen ca be heard including “Let It Go.”

5. Toy Story Mania

Guests who visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios are sure to feel like the stars in their very own big screen adventures and one of the most popular attractions found there brings Woody and Buzz to life. Toy Story Mania shrinks guests down to the size of toys and allows them to compete in a series of 3D midway games. Each game features different targets to aim at and guests absolutely love competing for the high score!

4. The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror

Also found in Disney’s Hollywood Studios is a thrilling attract that brings the classic television series The Twilight Zone to life. The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is located at the end of Sunset Boulevard and is housed inside the abandoned Hollywood Tower Hotel. Five guests mysteriously disappeared many years ago and guests son find themselves on board abandoned service elevators dropping and rising up again at the mercy of the tower in this unforgettable attraction.

3. Kilimanjaro Safaris

One of the most popular attractions in Disney’s Animal Kingdom can be found in the Africa section of the park in the back of the village of Harambe. Kilimanjaro Safaris invites guests to board authentic safari vehicles and set off into the Harambe Reserve for an epic adventure through the habitats of animals such as elephants, giraffes, lions, cheetahs, flamingos, rhinos, hippos, and more.

2. Avatar Flight of Passage

The newest area of Disney’s Animal Kingdom is Pandora – The World of Avatar where guests can travel to the Valley of Mo’ara and explore the world of the Na’vi. Avatar Flight of Passage is an incredibly popular attraction where guests can link directly to an Avatar and experience the thrilling rite of passage of the Na’vi people by riding on the back of a banshee. With thrilling moments and completely innovative technology, Avatar Flight of Passage should not be skipped!

1. Expedition Everest

Another thrilling attraction in Disney’s Animal Kingdom that guests should not miss is located in the Asia section of the park. Expedition Everest brings guests on a thrilling adventure through the Forbidden Mountain where they find themselves face to face with the Yeti. With twists, turns, drops, and a backwards segment, Expedition Everest packs some big thrills that re totally unforgettable!

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first visited Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of the trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning about the history and small details of the parks, enjoying a Lapu Lapu, and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York teaching preschool and spending her time counting down the days to her next trip.