Top 10 Differences Between Disney World and Disneyland

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6. Water Parks!

This may totally surprise you but the closest water park to Disneyland is.. not worth mentioning. You might think that a visit to The Disneyland Resort in sunny Southern California would automatically mean water parks; sadly that’s not the case. Yes there are lots of thrills and shrills of the aquatic kind, they just don’t require swimwear.

On the other hand, Walt Disney World offers two water parks: Disney’s Blizzard Beach and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon. True to Disney, each park follows a storyline and welcomes guest with lots of wet fun with a side of whimsy. Although located in sunny Florida, the parks operation hours are subject to weather conditions — and they do close for seasonal maintenance. Also, the Water Parks don’t offer character interactions, you won’t see Mickey or Minnie in a swimsuit. Admission to the water parks aren’t automatically included with your resort stay. You can purchase them individually or add them as an option. Make sure you visit at least one during your stay – it’s a splash.

 







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