Holidays to Walt Disney World Resort in Florida are anything but average. Stay here, and you'll be within striking distance of the magical Disney Parks, and that’s just for starters.
Nowhere in the world brings the magic like Walt Disney World Resort. It’s Florida’s premier plot for theme Parks, with a selection of six to get stuck in to. A crop of the world’s best themed hotels – which are inspired by everything from the African savannah to the Caribbean – play a supporting role. And the line-up of restaurants, bars and entertainment venues keeps the fun going once the parks call it a day.
As a result of COVID-19, when Walt Disney World Resort in Florida reopens its Parks, Resorts, restaurants, attractions, and experiences – you can expect some changes to the ways in which they’re operated. These changes could include the following: they could be modified or unavailable, limited in capacity, and subject to limited availability or closure. All of these changes are based on advice from health experts and government officials to make sure guests are able to enjoy the Parks safely.
NEW Disney Park Pass system
To manage attendance in their parks, Disney has introduced the Disney Park Pass system, a new Theme Park reservation system that you can access on My Disney Experience. All guests must reserve their Theme Park entry in advance for all dates up to and including 26th September 2021 using this system.
To book your reservations if you’re staying at a Disney on-site hotel, you’ll need to visit My Disney Experience and log in or create a profile. Use your TUI booking reference number and lead passenger name to link the ticket to your profile, and check for the date and Theme Park you wish to visit. To enter a Disney Park, you’ll need both a reservation and valid admission for the same Park on the same date.
Please note that reservations are limited in capacity, subject to availability and are not guaranteed until they’re confirmed
You can view the latest park availability at any time using Disney’s Park Pass system. Park reservation availability is expected to vary from time to time. We recommend using this tool to check availability before you purchase your tickets.
Further information & Updates
We’re sure you’ll have questions about what to expect when you visit Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. Disney have created a ‘Know Before You Go’ site website, where you’ll find important information, including details on park reopening, reservations, and new safety measures.
Coasters and Characters
Magic Kingdom Park, and its iconic Cinderella Castle, fly the Disney flag highest. Crowds flock here to stroll down Main Street USA, ride Space Mountain and watch the world-famous fireworks show after dark. Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park lets you fly with banshees in Pandora – The World of AVATAR, and flee a rampaging yeti on Expedition Everest. At EPCOT, you can whizz along at hair-raising speeds on Test Track. And Disney’s Hollywood Studios is letting off an intergalactic fanfare, as Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge lets you live your adventure in a galaxy far, far away.
When you’re not looping or pacing around the theme Parks, you’ll need a swimming costume at the ready for the stellar line-up of slides. Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park has North America’s largest wave pool, plus adrenaline-pumping rides like Humunga Kowabunga and Gangplank Falls. Across at Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park, you can hurl yourself down one of the world’s tallest free-fall body slides – Summit Plummet.
Dinner and drinks
Disney Springs is the place to be once evening rolls around. It’s Walt Disney World Resort’s hub for eating, drinking and taking in shows. Get a feel for the Deep South at House of Blues®, watch Irish dancing at Raglan Road and take a water taxi tour in a vintage amphibious car. And when it comes to satisfying your appetite, there are more than 60 places where you can grab a bite – they range from artisan food trucks to trendy wine bars.