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Must-experience attractions at Walt Disney World

Breakfast Television | posted Thursday, Apr 23rd, 2015

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Heading to Walt Disney World? Overwhelmed by the amount of rides and attractions that you and your family could do? We have compiled a list of must-do rides for each of the different kingdoms! Whether you’re travelling with young kids, tweens, or teens, these attractions will be perfect for your next trip to Walt Disney World!

Magic Kingdom

Dumbo the Flying Elephant ride
One of the Disney classics, take to the skies on a ride with Dumbo. Perfect for any age, kids can choose to ride high in the sky or lower with each Dumbo having its own Dumbo-themed gondola control. The ride is located right in Storybook Circus in Magic Kingdom and FastPass+ is available if you aren’t feeling the long wait.

Seven Dwarf Mines
Discover the world of the Seven Dwarfs from Snow White at the Seven Dwarf Mines. Located in Fantasy Land in Magic Kingdom, this thrilling rollercoaster with small drops, kids will make their way through the forest and then into the mine where the dwarfs spend their day.  This attraction is new, so make sure to get there early or get the FastPass+!

Epcot

Soarin’

Have you ever wanted to experience flying? Now you can with Soarin’ at Epcot. Soar through the skies of California from aerial heights on this ride. The ride features sights of the Golden Gate Bridge, the California mountains, and beautiful orange fields. What makes this ride even more interesting? The adding of smells such as pine as you head up the California Mountains, or citrus as you make your way across the orange fields. Soarin’ will leave you speechless and wanting more. There is a height restriction of 40-inches on this ride but it is perfect for kids and tweens looking for an exhilarating flight.

The Seas with Nemo & Friends

Hop aboard a ‘clamobile’ and help Marlin and Dory find Nemo once again! Swim through the beautiful coral reefs, dodge the jellyfish, and hang out with Crush the sea turtle for an adventure. This ride is perfect for any age and will be a favourite for any Nemo fan!

Disney Hollywood Studios

Toy Story Midway Mayhem!

Step into Andy’s room from Toy Story and take part in a 4D carnival tram ride. Riders take part in a carnival game by laser shooting 3D objects allowing riders to compete against each other. This game is open to any height and is perfect for any kid looking for a thrill without the drops of a rollercoaster.

Rock n Roll Rollercoaster

Perfect for older kids looking for a adventure, the Rock n Roll Rollercoaster is sure to be a rockn’ good time. The rollercoaster is Aerosmith-themed as you enter your super stretched limo and take the rock star life full speed ahead. With loops, and a high-acceleration start, this rollercoaster is sure to entertain anyone.

Disney Animal Kingdom

Its Tough to be a Bug

Located inside the tree of life in Animal Kingdom is the Its Tough to be a Bug 3D show. Filled with dazzling surprises, this show keeps everyone wanting more. The 3D aspects allow kids to feel like the bug characters are talking directly to them, and the when some unexpected bugs arrive some 4D elements are incorporated making the show even more magical. This show is perfect for kids young kids and especially those that are a fan of the “A Bugs Life” movie.

Kilimanjaro Safari

You can’t go to Animal Kingdom without going taking part in a safari! Take a look at real life animals on this safari ride. In an open air safari vehicle, visit many such as Zebra, Ostrich, Warthog, Rhino’s, and so much more. This is perfect for young kids as there is so much to learn and look at during this safari ride!

Check out some pictures of the Walt Disney World rides featured above:

Do you have a favourite ride at Walt Disney World? Let us know in the comments below! 

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