So you want to go to Walt Disney World? I don’t blame you, it’s definitely earned its reputation as the Most Magical Place on Earth. Here’s the thing, though. Walt Disney World is also epically huge, and it can be a lot to plan. You don’t want to miss out on anything—from Belle’s Enchanted Tales at the Magic Kingdom to Epcot’s Mission: Space authentic NASA-style training ride. There are just so many options for awesomeness. If you’re hemming and hawing over the Kilimanjaro Safaris, or wondering if the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is too scary for your little ones (it is), take this quiz and get some pro-tips on the very best activities that all four of Walt Disney World’s incredible theme parks have to offer.
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Alex Richards is a Brooklyn-based young adult writer with a background in photography and television production. She loves making no-budget horror flicks with her friends, cooking, crafting, exploring, and being silly with her two kids, awesome husband, and lazy cats. In addition to her young adult novel, Back Talk, Alex writes for New York Family Magazine, and works with ASAP, a South African organisation supporting rural communities of women caring for vulnerable children.