Water Parks  
Downtown Disney  
Boardwalk  
Monorail  
Golf  
Miniature Golf  
Wide World of Sports  
Richard Petty Driving Experience  
Recreation  
Disney Cruise Line  
 
 
OK, you've visited all the theme parks, seen the fireworks and explored your hotel. You may think that you've seen and done everything that Disney has to offer, but you couldn't be further from the truth! The fact is, there's lots of things to do at Disney beyond the theme parks (some might even say you could enjoy a whole week at the Walt Disney World Resort without even visiting any of the parks!). Whether you're looking for some fun ways to beat the heat or a new and exciting adventure, you'll find it at the most magical place on earth!

Water Parks Wet and wild adventures Disney-style! You can visit the tropical Typhoon Lagoon or the ski-resort-turned-water-park Blizzard Beach.
Downtown Disney The ultimate shopping and dining experience (with a few other surprises as well!). You'll find lots of places to visit, including:
The Marketplace
Cirque du Soleil
DisneyQuest and
Pleasure Island
Boardwalk A festive collection of restaurants, shops and carnival games reminiscent of summertime vacations on the shore.
Monorail The coolest way to get to the Magic Kingdom and Epcot!
Golf Put your skills to the test on one of several championship golf courses.
Miniature Golf Grab your putters for some wild and zany fun!
Wide World of Sports An action-packed complex of professional athletic fields and special events.
Richard Petty Driving Experience Get behind the wheel of your very own stock car!
Recreation Jogging, swimming, fishing and other recreational pastimes.
Disney Cruise Line Disney magic on the high seas!
 
 
 


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