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2901 Osceola Pkwy Orlando, FL 32830
2901 Osceola PkwyUSFLOrlando32830
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Home to more than 1,700 animals from 250 species and sprawling across 500 acres of lush landscape, Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park is the largest animal-themed park in the world
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Jumbo wildlife park divided into 6 sections with animal encounters, thrill rides, safaris & shows.- Google
"By far the most exotic theme park Disney has ever build."
"Amazing and so magical ! Expedition Everest is a must to do."
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Mehmood Shaikh
2 months ago
If you've never been to a zoo, and you have time and money to kill this would be a good park to go to. I found the park overcrowded, and difficult to move around. A few rides and events that are in the park have over an hour long wait time. This would be a good park for families with young children who love animals, and are very much into animals. If you are a family with kids over 8+ and you've taken them to various entertainment and educational places (such as zoos and aquariums) you will not find much attraction in this park. And yes, when we went one of the attractions , Rafiki's planet was closed and they were not sure if and when it will open...
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Kiera FitzGerald
in the last week
Compared to other "zoos" there is no comparison. Because Disney has the means to do so, the animals are extremely well cared for and healthy looking, particularly the safari animals. The habitats are very natural and spacious, and you can tell a lot of time, effort and money is put into making sure the animals are able to live as naturally as possible, which is the most important thing to me, if they are to live in captivity. Everything else is extremely well done. Disney does not disappoint!
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Stephen Murray
3 months ago
This is a great park with some hidden gems when it comes to rides (Dinosaur & Everest in particular). Spent New Years Eve here and even at this busy time we found it to be a well laid out park with plenty of things to do and see - has some really good street entertainment. Those with little ones will need a buggy/stroller as things are quite spread out - check the park map out before hand and plan a route around.
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Steve Stanley
3 weeks ago
Bad experience, wasn't worth the money. Weren't very many animals and was way too crowded for my liking. Looking at google, it seemed like you were actually able to interact with the animals. No interaction what so ever other than goats and pigs. Was impressed with the look of the park but nothing else really except the Kilimanjaro Safari.
Mike Laskavy
a month ago
We had a very disappointing and at one key point personally insulting experience from park staff. First, understand that Disney is all about the $$$ - your family experience falls somewhere below that. It is extremely expensive to enter Disney's Animal Kingdom (or any Disney park for that matter), and once we were in, we realized there were far more gift shops than actual rides and attractions. You pay a ton of money to come in just to have the privilege of spending even more. We went to the Rainforest Cafe for lunch, and were not told that we were actually "exiting" the park (although I can't imagine someone paying $17 to park just to eat here, as the food is "just okay"). When we tried to re-enter, for some reason my wife's park pass card wouldn't work. Mine and our son's did, but the electronic system was either not recognizing her card or her fingerprint (which you're required to put down as a recognition system...creepy). Even though we had our printed will-call receipt with us, the gate representative insisted on taking a photo of my wife before allowing us back into the park! We were highly insulted at being made to feel like criminals, even though we had proof that we'd purchased tickets for that day. Suffice to say we'll never return, and it's doubtful we'll ever patronize another Disney park again. Universal Studios is just down the highway!
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Karen Wilber
2 months ago
Soooo, I live 8 miles from all the Disney parks and have an annual pass. I LOVE Epcot and Hollywood Studios. I had not been to Animal Kingdom since the first week it opened in 1998...it had not many animals back then, but it just opened so I figured they would build on that. Well, I finally went again yesterday, 17 years later, and it is still the same. Not many animals....the walkways are way too narrow...there are no benches to sit on and take a rest...it is very hot, even on the cool day we went it was only 70 degrees and it was very hot due to the extremely narrow walkways which made for heavy crowding...and unlike Epcot, the food was not very good at all! The 2 positives were the bird show and the 3D bug film....oh, and some of the street music was entertaining. Now, if you are looking for some great experiences with animals in Florida, I can suggest 2 places. The first is of course Busch Gardens which does a great job. The second, is the lesser known Tampa Lowry Park Zoo....for only 25 dollars, you can have a great day and interact with the animals. If you go on the weekend, you get the chance to feed and pet the rhinos....a great place. If you are here in Florida on vacation, I suggest you don't waste your time on Animal Kingdom, but do go to Epcot...and Magic Kingdom if you have little children. If you are a movie lover, Hollywood Studios is a great park. Disney got it right for 3 out of their 4 big parks, but Animal Kingdom just doesn't come close to the others.
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Ja Quan Blanding
4 months ago
I'm not a "Disney person". I took my wife, mother and daughter fora vacation. As skeptical as I was, I must admit I had loads of fun. The look on my daughter's face while there was well worth the money spent. Disney, overall, is very expensive. BUT, if you plan out ahead, you can skip the most expensive part: the food. Bring food (i.e., sandwiches, water, juice, chips) in a backpack and skip the costly concession lines in the park. Treat yourself every once in a while.
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Jeremy Heaton
2 months ago
Too little animals for the amusement park, crowded beyond belief, couldn't even get people to move so we could get to the asian animal part due to a dj by the india part and people dancing that wouldn't let my family through along with the people coming the other way. heres a tip if you want it to be worth it take the african tour and leave the park. see the tree which is why I gave it 1 star. If you want to see animals go to the zoo. much cheaper and better views of the animals as well as more animals.
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