Animal Kingdom is the newest of the 4 theme parks. This park may seem like it is simply a zoo-themed park, but it is so much more. Journey to Asia, Africa, and even the World of Pandora!
This park is divided into 6 lands:
For a full map of this park, you can head to Disney's website or the My Disney Experience app.
Each area is known for specific landmarks or attractions:
Pandora - The World of Avatar
Animal Kingdom is home to many amazing rides. The biggest draw usually being Flight of Passage. Other popular rides include Expedition Everest, DINOSAUR and Na'vi River Journey. Check out my complete list of rides at Animal Kingdom, including descriptions, locations, height requirements, and more.
You'll also find several amazing food options at Animal Kingdom. If you are an adventurous eater there are African and Asian food options that will knock your socks off. But if you (or your kids) don't want to get too adventurous with food, don't worry. You'll find plenty of American fare at this park as well.
Check out my complete list of restaurants at Animal Kingdom for more information on restaurants, reservations, dining credits, and more.
There are a few options available to get you to Animal Kingdom.
You can park for free at Animal Kingdom if you are a resort guest or annual pass holder. Otherwise, parking is $25/day.
There are bus stops to and from the resorts that stop in front of the park.
Using the Lyft app you can call a Disney Cast Member to pick you up in a special van that looks like Minnie Mouse. All Minnie Vans have 2 car seats available and can take you anywhere on the Disney property. Cost varies depending on how far you’re traveling.
At Animal Kingdom you CAN bring a bag or backpack on to every attraction. So feel free to pack a bag with your essentials for the day.
What can I bring in to the park?
What items can’t I bring?
Check out our touring plans for Animal Kingdom, and have fun!
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