It's something that's probably on the bucket list of children around the world, even before they know what a bucket list is: visiting every Disney theme park. It's still a legitimate wish, even if you're over the age of 10. To date there are 5 Disney theme parks all over the world, with another one set to open in Shanghai in 2015.
To visit the world's oldest Disney theme parks you have to head to America. On the West Coast you have Disneyland Resort in Anaheim California. The park opened in the 1950s, it was joined around 15 years later by the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando Florida.
Around the world you'll find Disneyland Paris, Tokyo Disney Resort, and Hong Kong Disneyland. While the parks feature many of the same worlds and rides, they all have their own unique elements. For instance, if you head to Tokyo Disney or Disneyland Paris you've got the possibility of seeing the park under a magical snowfall; if you're in Hong Kong during Summer expect your Disney experience to be a little more hot and humid.
At each park you get the opportunity to see your favourite princesses and Disney characters and you'll get to experience rides like Space Mountain time and time again. Rides to vary from park to park; the Indiana Jones ride in Anaheim is very different to the Indiana Jones ride in Paris. By visiting each park you'll not only get to experience the Happiest Place on Earth all over the world, but you'll also get to prove your Disney cred.
Is visiting every Disney Theme Park one of the things on your bucket list? Would you consider visiting a Disney park if you were travelling through California, Florida, Hong Kong, Paris, Tokyo or Shanghai? What's your favourite part of the Disney resorts?