The Sorcerer’s Hat, as worn by Mickey Mouse in the classic animated film Fantasia, anchors Walt Disney World’s theme park dedicated to the Golden Age of Hollywood (1930s and 1940s). The energetic feeling of bustling movie studios and their socialite surroundings is recreated in eight themed areas: Hollywood Boulevard, Sunset Boulevard, Streets of America, Mickey Avenue, Commissary Lane, Echo Lake, Animation Courtyard, and Pixar Place. Rides and attractions inspired by both classic and contemporary films and TV shows ensure that visitors of every generation have plenty to see and do.
The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is a thrill ride based on the classic television show, and features a non-simulated, nearly 200-foot drop. Younger guests can enjoy a different sense of perspective in the Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Movie Set Adventure, where huge plants loom overhead and giant bugs wait to be ridden. The Indiana Jones™ Epic Stunt Spectacular! recreates some of cinema's most famous action scenes live on stage with stuntwork and pyrotechnics. At the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame Plaza, bronze busts of entertainment icons like Bill Cosby, Andy Griffith, Lucille Ball, and of course, Walt Disney himself, commemorate TV’s Golden Age.
Admission for children 3-9 years of age is $84, while admission for guests 10 years of age and up is $90. Multi-day ticket packages are available, from two to five days, with costs ranging from $54 to $92 per day, depending on the package length and age of each guest. Park Hopper and Water Park Fun & More Tickets, range from $39 to $84. The Park Hopper Option allows same-day access to Disney's Hollywood Studios, Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, and Disney's Animal Kingdom. The Water Park Fun & More Option allows two visits to select Walt Disney World destinations/attractions..
Best time to visit
From May through June, fans of The Force will not want to miss Star Wars™ Weekends, where characters from the iconic film series and its countless spinoff shows, books and video games will march in parades, put on shows, and wander the park to pose for photos with wannabe Jedi’s.
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Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park has a layout inspired by the Disneyland Park in California, and features iconic rides like the Haunted Mansion and Pirates of the Caribbean. Epcot’s utopian Future World and cosmopolitan World Showcase invite visitors to explore exciting technological possibilities and the wonders of foreign shores, respectively. Disney’s Animal Kingdom brings the thrill of live animals from all over the world together with impressive landscaping to immerse visitors in a one-of-a-kind wildlife experience.