Walt Disney World
Experience Thrills at Walt Disney World
Whatever your interests, there is an exhilarating, unique adventure waiting to be discovered and enjoyed at Walt Disney World.
Imagine yourself flying above Pandora on a Banshee, meeting Minnie or Mickey, enjoying an exciting space mission, or joining the Guardians of the Galaxy’s mission to save the universe.
There are so many thrills to experience all throughout the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando, Florida.
Plus, the new thrilling TRON Lightcycle / Run rollercoaster opened on April 03, 2023!
Save on Walt Disney World Hotels
Now is the perfect time to book your Walt Disney World Vacation!
With this exclusive deal, you can enjoy the springtime or create sweet summertime memories when you stay right in the magic at Walt Disney World Resort.
Room discounts at certain Disney Resort hotels:
- Save up to 25% on stays most nights April 10 through July 10, 2023
- Save up to 20% on stays most nights March 1 through March 31, 2023
Find magic at Walt Disney World Resort with your family and take advantage of exclusive advantages for guests of Disney Resort hotels, such as early park access 30 minutes before regular park opening to experience select attractions (with valid park admission and a theme park reservation).
Summer Ticket Offer
Experience 4 days of magic and thrills across the Walt Disney World theme parks when you purchase a specially priced 4-Park Magic Ticket for just $99 USD per day, plus tax (total price: $396 USD plus tax).
The 4-Park Magic Ticket includes one admission to each of the 4 Walt Disney World theme parks—Magic Kingdom park, Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park, EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios—for a total of 4 admissions, on 4 separate days. Limit one admission per theme park, and one theme park per day.
This ticket is valid for theme park admission from June 1 to September 29, 2023—subject to blockout dates from July 1 to July 4, and September 1 to September 4, 2023. Ticket expires within 7 days of first use or on September 29, 2023, whichever occurs first.