Disney World’s main draw is its four theme parks: Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, and Epcot. Each park has its own atmosphere and theme but the real draw – the stars of the show – has always been the rides. Which Disney World Park has the most Rides? What are the names of the rides, and in what theme park are they located? Let’s explore some general information regarding the ride selection at Disney’s four theme parks.
Number of Rides at Disney World, by Park
Magic Kingdom has 23 rides, giving it the most rides of any Disney park.
Here is a rundown of the number of rides at each Disney World theme park:
Magic Kingdom – 23 Rides
EPCOT – 9 Rides
Disney’s Hollywood Studios – 9 Rides
Disney’s Animal Kingdom – 9 Rides
Below we list the names of the rides at each of Disney World’s four theme parks.
How Many Rides does Magic Kingdom Have?
Disney’s Magic Kingdom has 23 rides.
Magic Kingdom is Disney World Resort’s best theme park and the single most popular theme park in the world.
It opened in 1971 as Walt Disney World’s first theme park and, today, is more popular than ever before. If you love the classic rides, then you’ll love Magic Kingdom.
Below we list the current roster of rides at Magic Kingdom, “The Most Magical Place on Earth.”
“Experimental Prototype Community Of Tomorrow,” or EPCOT for short, opened in 1982 as Walt Disney World’s second theme park. The park celebrates human achievement, especially technological innovation (the Future World section) and international culture (the World Showcase section).
EPCOT has rides for all ages.
Here is a list of the EPCOT rides:
Frozen Ever After
Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros
Journey Into Imagination with Figment
Living with the Land
The Seas with Nemo and Friends
Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure (opening on October 1, 2021)
With the recent addition of Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge (and its 2 spectacular attractions), Hollywood Studios is suddenly the “cool kid” at Disney World. No, it’s not in the same league as Magic Kingdom, but Hollywood Studios has certainly come a long way and we look forward to what lies in its future.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom park opened on Earth Day, April 22nd, 1998 with only two rides – Dinosaur and Kilimanjaro Safaris. The park has expanded over the years and now has nine. Still a lot less than Magic Kingdom but the high quality of the experiences in this park will enchant people of all ages.
The 500-acre park is Disney’s largest. In fact, it’s the largest animal-themed park in the world!
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Hi, my name is Josh and I'm a lifelong Disney fanatic. From my first trip to Disney World as a kid (in the late '80s) up to the present day, Disney continues to fascinate and inspire me like nowhere else on Earth. I'm so grateful to have this opportunity to write for MagicGuides.com and to share my love of Disney's theme parks, restaurants, and hotels. I hope my articles will help you get the most out of your Disney World experience so that your vacation is memorable and magical!