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Disney Destinations

Walt Disney World® Resort

The Walt Disney World® Resort is the most visited vacation resort in the world with an attendance of over 52 million annually. The property houses twenty-seven themed resort hotels, four theme parks, two water parks, four golf courses, a camping resort, and other entertainment venues. Magic Kingdom® Park was the first theme park to open on the property, in 1971, followed by Epcot® in 1982, Disney’s Hollywood Studios® in 1989, and most recently, Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park in 1998.

Disney Cruise Line

Disney Cruise Line launched in 1998 with the debut of its first ship, The Disney Magic. A year later, the Magic was followed by its sister ship, The Disney Wonder. As the popularity of Disney cruises grew, Disney Cruise Line became a leader in the US cruise industry. High demand for its cruises led to Disney Cruise Line’s addition of two new ships; the Disney Dream set sail in 2011, followed by its sister ship, the Disney Fantasy, in 2012.

Disneyland® Resort

The original Disney park opened in 1955 in Anaheim, California. Disneyland® Resort was the realization of Walt Disney’s dream for a place where children and adults could have fun together. Since its opening, Disneyland has grown to now encompass two theme parks – Disneyland® Park and Disney California Adventure Park. The resort is also home to three Disney resort hotels, each with its own unique theme to put guests inside the magic.

Adventures by Disney®

Adventures by Disney® has been guiding families on adventures around the world since 2005. These culturally-immersive tours provide once-in-a-lifetime experiences and unique itineraries guaranteed to create unforgettable memories. Adventure guides and local experts allow guests to engage with people, cultures, and traditions in ways that show more than just the sights.