There are so many amazing attractions at Disney World that it's hard to to pick our favorite, but we feel like these rides are musts when you visit the most magical place on Earth.
You can't deny it — "It's a Small World" is a Disney staple. It wouldn't be a trip to the park if you didn't take a ride on the miniature boats to hear all those dolls singing the catchy tune in every language.
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Blast away moving targets in this 4D shootin' game that tallies you and your partner's scores. As you glide through the themed rooms filled with Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the gang, you'll have a chance to hit bull's-eyes and rack up the points.
It's not an actual ride, but this 3D movie is filled with all your favorite Disney characters. The line always seems to move along quickly, and it's the perfect attraction to take a break from all the rides.
Ever wondered what it's like to hang glide through some of the America's most beautiful landscapes? This massive simulation ride takes you through the vineyards of Napa Valley, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, Yosemite Falls in Yosemite National Park, and more.
Based on the Disney classic Song of the South, Splash Mountain is the perfect way to cool off on a hot Orlando day in the park. The ride, which starts out pretty moderate, ends with a big splash down the final drop.
We hope you like spinning, because this spin ride will have you as mad as a hatter once it's over. The colored teacups have been a Magic Kingdom staple since the park opened in 1971.
This one's simply a classic. There are no high speeds or quick drops in this spooky house, but you'll see spirits flying all over, and even have a ghost ride in your cart.
Big Thunder Mountain is one of the roller coasters that's perfect for the whole family. It's not too intense and only has subtle drops, so it's the perfect intro coaster for young ones or adults who've always been afraid.
You'll forget you're in Orlando, Florida, when you take a ride on the Kilimanjaro Safaris. The open-air vehicle takes you through a lush "African savanna," where you'll see so many exotic animals.
You'll feel like you're zipping through the Himalayan mountains trying to avoid the Abominable Snowman. The best part of this roller coaster is when the the car changes directions and ends going backwards down the steep slope.
A similar roller coaster to Big Thunder Mountain, Snow White's Mine Train has fun drops, twists, and turns that'll immerse you in the world of Snow White and all her little dwarfs. It opened in 2014, so if you haven't paid a visit to the Mouse in a while, you'll definitely need to try out this ride.
You remember what it was like learning how to drive, right? In this six-person car, you'll be put through all the driving tests — like hills, quick stops, bumpy roads, extreme weather hazards, and more, until you finally blast out the doors and zoom around the outdoor track.
Recently renovated, Space Mountain is one of the best coasters that never seems to get old. Riding four people to a cart and all single file, this ride takes you through turns and drops and quick speeds, all in the dark.
Board this stretch limo car and launch from zero to 60 through the "Los Angeles freeway" in the dark as songs from Aerosmith blast in your ears. It's so fast and fun, you'll be screaming the whole time.
We hope you're not afraid of heights! This haunted hotel takes passengers all the way to the top and drops them to the bottom. You'll hear screams as you wait in line from those who are already in the twilight zone.