Walt Disney World LIVE! Guidebook
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PassPorter's LIVE Edition is always up-to-date and is filled with helpful trip planning tools that help you decide where to stay, what to do, and where to eat! Searching the entire book is fast and easy! Save and sort bookmarks, mark favorite attractions and eateries by traveler, add personal notes that integrate with your guide, and plan the perfect trip!
Disney’s parks are quite spread out. To gain a better overall mental image, take a look at the park map below. Note how the four major Disney parks form the anchor of the resort. Each park in the map below has its own map (go to the page number in parentheses). A similar “property map” marked with all roads and hotels is in the back of this guide on page I.
Check theme park hours by calling 407-WDW-INFO (407-939-4636) or by visiting the web site at http://www.disneyworld.com. Resort guests may also consult the resort’s update sheet/board, park maps, and Times Guides on arrival. Park hours are typically published six months in advance. Once you know the park hours for your trip, write them in your Trip Planner Tools or on the appropriate PassPocket. Don’t be surprised if the park hours change.
Study the descriptions and maps to familiarize yourself with the names and themes of the lands before you arrive. We provide handy full-color maps for each major park in this chapter along our favorite touring plans and a list of attractions. Feel free to print/pull them out and take them along with you for quick reference.
Plan your visit around the things that are most important to you or require advance planning (like restaurant seatings or show times). If you’re just not sure, you can use our favorite touring plans included in each major park description as a starting point.
Note: The old Tip Boards at the parks are gone entirely now. To get wait times now, you need to check the MyDisneyExperience app (see page 126) on your smart device or visit the attraction itself.
We rate each park to help you make the best decisions. Even so, our ratings may differ from your opinions—use the ratings as a guide only. Value Ratings range from 1 (poor) to 10 (excellent) and are based on quality (cleanliness, maintenance, and newness); variety (different types of things to do); and scope (quantity and size of things to do)—overall value represents an average of the above three values. Magic Ratings are based on theme (execution and sense of immersion); excitement (thrills, laughs, and sense of wonder); and fun factor (number and quality of entertaining activities)—overall magic represents an average of the above three values. We use a point accumulation method to determine value and magic ratings. Readers’ Ratings are calculated from surveys submitted by vacationers at our web site (http://www.passporter.com/guide/ratings.php).
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Top Photo Slice: Aerial view of Epcot as seen from the Characters in Flight by Aerophile balloon (℗ 54098) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx
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