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Picture #1: Magic Kingdom
This was taken at the front entrance of Magic Kingdom. You can only get here once you go through security and present your tickets. This spot is BEFORE you enter the short tunnel that takes you to Main Street USA.
Picture #2: Epcot
The giant white Epcot ball is one of the most iconic sites at Disney World. This was taken near the entrance of the World Showcase at Epcot, looking back towards the front entrance. I love how it looks at night!
Picture #3: Rise of the Resistance
To get here, you must ride “Rise of the Resistance” at Hollywood Studios. It’s located in the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge land. I wouldn’t even call this a ride. It’s more of an experience and one of the BEST things to do at Disney World.
Picture #4: Transportation and Ticket Center
You may end up at Disney’s Transportation and Ticket Center for a few different reasons.
- If you drove yourself to Magic Kingdom, then you have to park at this parking lot. From here, you take either the monorail or a ferry to finish your journey to the park.
- You can also hop on the Epcot Monorail, which, of course, takes you to Epcot after a 12-minute ride.
Picture #5: Fort Wilderness
The Tri-Circle D Ranch is located within Fort Wilderness, which is a HUGE area that offers camping and cabins for guests. You can walk through this barn for free to see many beautiful horses. You can also ride the horses for an additional fee!
Picture #6: Animal Kingdom
These beautiful flamingos can be seen while riding on the Kilimanjaro Safaris at Animal Kingdom. You can see the road and another vehicle on the other side of the pond. Of course, along this journey you can also see giraffes, elephants, zebras, and many more incredible African creatures.
Picture #7: Lighthouse at Beach/Yacht Club
Guests that have stayed at the Beach or Yacht Clubs should recognize this lighthouse! It’s where you can board the Friendship Boats to take you to Hollywood Studios, Epcot, or the Boardwalk. In the above picture, you can see the Boardwalk area across the lake.
Picture #8: International Gateway – Epcot
Did you know there are two entrances to Epcot? In addition to the main entrance by the iconic white ball, you can enter Epcot at the back of the park.
This entrance is called the International Gateway because it is in the middle of the World Showcase, right in between the different countries. If you stay at the Beach Club, Yacht Club, or Boardwalk Inn, you typically walk by here to enter Epcot.
This particular picture is looking at the Disney Skyliner boarding station located here.
Picture #9: Art of Animation Resort
To find Simba standing on Pride Rock, you must go to Art of Animation. Specifically, it’s located in between the Lion King themed buildings.
The entire resort is decorated with Disney classics. In addition to the Lion King, you can find statues and decorations from the Little Mermaid, Cars, and Finding Nemo.
Picture #10: Contemporary Resort
In this picture, I was standing on the 5th floor of the Contemporary Resort. This is where you can board the monorail to take you to Magic Kingdom or the Transportation and Ticket Center.
If you look on the left, you can see the entrance to Chef Mickeys. It’s an incredibly popular restaurant where you can meet Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Goofy, and Donald Duck.
Picture #11: Hollywood Studios
Look closely at the middle of the picture, and you can see a tunnel. That is the tunnel that takes you to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Hollywood Studios.
Off to the left, you can see Muppet Vision 3D.
Did you notice how busy it looks in the picture? This photo was taken VERY early in the morning, right after Galaxy’s Edge opened, and we were all heading to get in line for the new rides!
Picture #12: All-Star Music Resort
You are looking at the Tres Caballeros! This fun fountain and statue is located at the Calypso Pool at All-Star Music. This entire pool is shaped like a giant guitar, complete with painted lines running down the middle to simulate guitar strings.
Picture #13: Riviera Resort
The luxurious Riviera Resort. This photo is looking at the front of the resort and the main entrance.
Picture #14: Polynesian Resort
The Polynesian is arguably the most popular Disney World resort. This picture is looking at the boat dock, where you can board a boat that takes you to Magic Kingdom. Off to the left, you can see the Grand Floridian Resort (white building).
Picture #15: Hollywood Studios entrance
As you enter Hollywood Studios, you can find this boat dock and launch off to your right. If you are staying at the Beach/Yacht Club, Boardwalk Inn, or the Dolphin/Swan Resort, you can take this form of transportation back to your hotel.
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