Which Disney World Park Has the Most Rides

Which Disney World Park Has the Most Rides
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There are lot of different reasons that people choose, or prefer, one Disney park over the other. But one common question that comes up, especially for Disney first-timers, is “Which park has the most rides?”

And it makes sense. After all, you paid a lot of money for your tickets, and you want to pack as much fun into your day as possible.

And for a lot of people, “fun” at Disney World = rides.

In this post, you’ll learn which Disney park has the most rides, which park(s) have the least, and get an alphabetical list of rides for each park.

In addition, you’ll learn a little Disney trivia along the way, see some great ride photos, and learn how these ride numbers compare to Disneyland and Universal Studios.


Which Disney Park Has the Most Rides?j,

Magic Kingdom has 23 rides (soon to be 24), making it the Disney park with the most rides.

Magic Kingdom — 23 rides (soon to be 24 when Tron Lightcycle Power Run Coaster opens)

Epcot — 10 rides

Hollywood Studios – 8 rides

Animal Kingdom — 8 rides


What rides are at Magic Kingdom?

Here’s a complete list of Magic Kingdom’s rides in alphabetical order:

  1. Astro Orbiter
  2. Barnstormer
  3. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
  4. Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
  5. Dumbo the Flying Elephant
  6. The Haunted Mansion
  7. it’s a small world
  8. Jungle Cruise
  9. Liberty Square Riverboat
  10. Mad Tea Party
  11. The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
  12. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
  13. Peter Pan’s Flight
  14. Pirates of the Caribbean
  15. Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
  16. Seven Dwarf’s Mine Train
  17. Space Mountain
  18. Splash Mountain
  19. Tomorrowland Speedway
  20. Tomorrowland Transit Authority People Mover
  21. Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid
  22. Walt Disney World Railroad
  23. Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress
  24. Tron Lightcycle Power Run Coaster (opening in late 2022)


Splash Mountain in Disney World
Photo courtesy of Judd Helms, Disney Parks Photography


What rides are in Hollywood Studios?

  1. Alien Swirling Saucers
  2. Millenium Falcon: Smugglers Run
  3. Rock n’ Roller Coaster starring Aerosmith
  4. Slinky Dog Dash
  5. Star Tours – The Adventure Continues
  6. The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
  7. Toy Story Mania!
  8. Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
Millenium Falcon Smugglers Run at Disney's Hollywood Studios
Photo courtesy of Judd Helms, Disney Parks Photography


What rides are at Animal Kingdom?

  1. Avatar Flight of Passage
  2. Dinosaur
  3. Expedition Everest
  4. Kali River Rapids
  5. Kilimanjaro Safaris
  6. Na’vi River Journey
  7. TriceraTop Spin
  8. Wildlife Express Train
  9. If you’re looking at that list and feeling like something is missing, it’s because Primeval Whirl, a steel, Wild Mouse-style roller coaster located in DinoLand USA, was demolished. I’m glad to say that I rode it once, with one my daughters. I remember yelling, “Ow .. ow!!” pretty much the entire time.

    At the time of this writing, I cannot find any information indicating that Disney plans to open a new attraction in Primeval Whirl’s place.


    What Rides are in Epcot?

    1. Spaceship Earth
    2. The Seas With Nemo and Friends
    3. Soarin’
    4. Living With the Land
    5. Journey Into Imagination With Figment
    6. Mission: SPACE
    7. Test Track
    8. Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros
    9. Frozen Ever After
    10. Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure

    For those of us who old enough to remember when Epcot first opened, this is pretty striking that Epcot has ten rides.

    According to Mickey Blog, when Epcot first opened in 1982, it has a grand total of three rides. Three!

    The Original Rides on Epcot’s Opening Day Were:

    1. El Rio del Tiempo
    2. Listen to the Land
    3. Spaceship Earth

    Listen to the Land became Living with the Land in 1994. El Rio del Tiempo became lsee about Mexico and more about Donald Duck and his friend when it was transformed into Gran Fiesta Tour in 2007. And Spaceship Earth is expecting to be refurbished in 2023.

    Video — Listen to the Land — Original Epcot Ride


    Which Disney park has the most roller coasters?

    Magic Kingdom is the park with the most roller coasters, with a total of four. (It will five soon, when Tron Lightcycle Power Run Coaster opens sometime in 2022.)

    Magic Kingdom’s roller coasters, from slowest speed to fastest, are:

    1. The Barmstormer (25 mph)
    2. Space Mountain (27 mph)
    3. Seven Dwarfs Mine Train (34 mph)
    4. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad (36 mph)
    5. Tron Lightcycle Power Run Coaster (59 mph) [opens late 2022]


    Yup, Space Mountain is just barely a little faster than The Barnstormer. Isn’t that crazy? It just feels faster because you can’t see where you’re going and the flashing lights kinda throw you off.

    Space Mountain roller coaster in Magic Kingdom
    Photo courtesy of Judd Helms, Disney Parks Photography

    Epcot has only one roller coaster, Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind. (The fact that Epcot has a roller coaster at all is kind of a big deal. It had zero roller coasters for 40 years before it finally got one!)

    Animal Kingdom also has only one roller coaster, but it’s my favorite: Expedition Everest.

    Animal Kingdom only has one roller coaster, but it’s a great one!

    Photo courtesy of Laurie at Pics from the World of Disney


    Hollywood Studios has two roller coasters:

    Slinky Dog Dash at Hollywood Studios
    Photo courtesy of Laurie at Pics from the World of Disney


    What Disney World park has the least amount of rides?

    It’s a tie between Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom. Each park has 8 rides.


    Which park has more rides, Disneyland or Disney World?

    According to Reader’s Digest,

    Overall, Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park have over 90 rides and attractions, while Disney World features a total 165 rides and attractions.

    This includes everything, including water park rides non-moving attractions.

    If you compare Disneyland in California to Disney World’s Magic Kingdom (it’s comparable theme park in Florida), Magic Kingdom “wins” with a total of 55 rides, while Disneyland only has 41 rides.

    While both theme parks share the same four lands (Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, and Adventureland) and share a lot of similar rides, each park also has some exclusive rides.

    For example, you can only ride Mr. Toad’s Wild Road, Matterhorn Bobsleds, and Pinocchio’s Daring Adventure in Disneyland in California.

    And you can only ride the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover, or Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress in Walt Disney’s Magic Kingdom in Florida.

    Seven Dwarfs Mine Train in Disney World
    Photo courtesy of Judd Helms, Disney Parks Photographer


    Who has more rides, Universal Studios or Disney?

    Oooh, I think this is the very first time ever that I have typed “the U-word” on this blog!

    I have nothing against Universal Studios; I’ve just never been there and know nothing about it.

    But all that is going to change soon, because my youngest daughter and I will be taking our first trip to Universal in a few months!

    Update: We just recently returned from our trip, and here are some posts I’ve written since:

    Anyway, to answer the question about rides: I read that there are 48 total rides at Universal. But (I think) this includes water park rides. If that’s the case, than Disney World has more total rides than Universal.

    However, from what I understand, Universal definitely has more thrill rides than Disney World. (Which is one of the reasons we’re going. And the reason that my husband will be staying home.)

    I hope you found this post helpful!

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