What's better disney world or disney land?
I don't necessarily think one is better than the other. They are just very different experiences. Disneyland is a great short trip. There is still a lot to see and do there, and we have a great time there. It's definitely more of a manageable trip. Disney World has a lot more to see and do, with additional parks and the water parks too. If we want a long vacation, then that's a better option.
I'm from the UK and I've been to Disney World four times. I've chosen not to go to Disneyland, as in Florida we can go to four Disney parks, two Universal parks, Sea World and Busch Gardens in the three weeks when we go. There's so much more there!
Disney world for a vacation, Disney land for a day trip.
It probably depends partly on personal preference. I think that for most people the choice comes down simply to location. If you're in the Southwest you're probably going to go to Disneyland. If you're in the East you're probably going to go to Disneyworld. The one thing about Disneyworld is that it's much larger than Disneyland. Disneyworld contains the Magic Kingdom, which is roughly analogous to Disneyland, but it also contains three other theme parks: EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom, as well as other resort areas. So there's a lot more to do at Disneyworld than Disneyland which only has itself and California Adventure.
both and bless my love dear
Disney world because it’s bigger
I have been to both and prefer Disney World.I live in Florida and would not fly just to visit a theme park.Disney World is isolated and a destination resort which is more exclusive.I am aware of the American class system and prefer my own social class. Apartment residents have less wealth than home owners.Married people have more wealth than single people.College educated have more wealth than high school graduates.Black people have five percent of the wealth of white people. My trip to Disneyland was a package tour and the members would share tables for dinner.A black guy ate everything with his hands which was humorous during my National Lampoon stage of life.The most black people I spotted at Disney World was a ride preview for cast members. Black people working at a snack booth had no customers.I sat and watched and the crowd kept away.A black guy wanted to mow my lawn then I pointed out his handicapped hangtag.The joke was a shared moment of diversity and tolerance.