5 Experiences at Every Disney World Theme Park

There’s a formula that makes a “Disney Park” unique in the marketplace.

Whether you’re walking into the Magic Kingdom or Disney’s Hollywood Studios, there are experiences that are consistent across the spectrum of offerings at Walt Disney World.

Ice Cream Bar

No matter which park you’re walking through, there is always an outdoor vending cart that will be able to sell you a classic Mickey Ice Cream Bar.

You’re able to find gourmet and customizable treats at some spots on property, but if you’re thinking that the this generic ice cream is exclusive to a single stall – try again.

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Park Maps

Magic Kingdom Park Map (Image: Dustin Fuhs / StepstoMagic)

Not only are park maps readily available at the entrance, you can also find them at merchandise locations and guest relations. They make for great “free” souvenirs and can help you remember a specific time at the parks.

Why is this unique? It’s not – just a fun part of the Disney experience that you should keep an eye out for.

Celebration Buttons

Stop at Guest Relations for a free celebration button. Whether you’re celebrating something or want people to know that you’re getting older…it’s all up to you!

Remember that if you want a customizable birthday button, you can buy them at Disney Springs and the Magic Kingdom.

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Meeting Mickey

You can meet Mickey and each and every single Disney World theme park.

Things can change and adapt over time, but normally you’re able to find the head cheese here:

  • Town Square Theatre (Magic Kingdom)
  • Various places, but guaranteed at Garden Grill character dining (EPCOT)
  • Various places, but guaranteed at Tusker House character dining (Disney’s Animal Kingdom)
  • Red Carpet Dreams (Disney’s Hollywood Studios)

Attraction with 3D Glasses

3-D Glasses at Toy Story Mania – Photo by Dustin Fuhs

This was a fun one to find out, because there are times that you completely forget that certain experiences have 3D glasses until you’re getting into the ride vehicle, but you can find an attraction with 3D glasses at every WDW Park.

  • Mickey’s Philharmagic (Magic Kingdom)
  • Disney and Pixar Short Film Festival (EPCOT)
  • Muppet Vision 3D, Star Tours, Toy Story Mania (DHS)
  • It’s Tough to be a Bug, Flight of Passage (AK)

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Honourable Mentions

In addition of these 5 things, we can list a couple hundred other things that you can find at every Disney World theme park – but this was more fun.

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