Orlando’s original child-magnet may not be able to match Universal’s Potter power, but it can certainly beat it for size. It boasts two waterparks and four separate theme parks – the most recognisable of which is the Magic Kingdom, with its fairytale castle andtimeless sparkle.
It is also the focus of the resort’s changes for 2014, with an expanded Fantasyland area, which includes a new Seven Dwarfs Mine Train ride pinned to the tale of Snow White.
Price: One day’s entry to one theme park costs from £56 per adult and £52 per child aged three to nine. Seven-day Ultimate Tickets, which give access to the entire resort, cost £259 per adult and £244 per child.