Walt Disney World Parks
Magic Kingdom opened as the first part of the Walt Disney World Resort on October 1, 1971. The park is divided into six themed lands covering 107 acres. These lands include Main Street, U.S.A., Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland. The Magic Kingdom is the most visited park in the world.
EPCOT, or The Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow, was a planned community developed by Walt Disney and designed by WED Enterprises in the 1960s. Its purpose was to be a "real city that would 'never cease to be a living blueprint of the future drawing on the latest technology and innovation from American industry.
Disney's Hollywood Studios
Disney's Hollywood Studios was initially developed as both a theme park inspired by show business and an operating production studio, with active film and television production services, an animation facility, and a functioning backlot. The park is separated into six distinct lands which include Hollywood Boulevard, Echo Lake, Grand Avenue, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, Toy Story Land, Sunset Boulevard.
Disney's Animal Kingdom
Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park is a zoological theme park and is the largest park in the world. The park is dedicated and themed entirely around the natural environment and animal conservation. The park is themed to seven including the Oasis, Rafiki's Planet Watch, Discovery Island, Asia, DinoLand U.S.A., Pandora – The World of Avatar, and Africa.