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4 Theme Parks

> Magic Kingdom Park
> Epcot
> Disney's Animal Kingdom
> Disney's Hollywood Studios

<< Attractions: Busch Gardens

2 Water Parks

> Disney's Blizzard Beach
> Disney's Typhoon Lagoon

Other Attractions

> Downtown Disney
> Disney's BroadWalk

Annual Attendance (Mil)

> Magic Kingdom Park - 17.1
> Epcot - 10.8
> Disney's Animal Kingdom - 9.8
> Disney's Hollywood Studios - 9.7
> Disney's Blizzard Beach - 1.9
> Disney's Typhoon Lagoon - 2.1

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Local Attractions: Walt Disney World, Florida

Walt Disney World is the world's most-visted entertainment resort, located in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Covering 30,080 acres, it is home to four theme parks, two water parks, twenty-four themed resorts, two spas and fitness centers, five golf courses and other entertainment venues.

The resort was developed by Walt Disney in the 1960s and opened on October 1, 1971 with the Magic Kingdom as its only theme park, and has since added Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom. Unfortunately Walt Disney died in 1966 before his original plans were fully realised.

Despite marketing claims and popular misconceptions, Walt Disney World is not located within Orlando city limits and is actually located about 21 miles southwest of downtown Orlando. The property includes the cities of Lake Buena Vista and Bay Lake. Walt Disney World is made up of four theme parks; Magic Kingdom (opened 1971), Epcot (opened 1982), Disney's Hollywood Studios (opened 1989) and Disney's Animal Kingdom (opened 1998). In addition, there are two water parks; Typhoon Lagoon (opened 1989) and Blizzard Beach (opened 1995).

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Largest Single-Site Employer in the US

Walt Disney World employs more than 66,000, spending over $1.2 billion on wages each year in addition to a further $474 million on benefits. This makes it the largest single-site employer in the United States.

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