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Disney's Animal Kingdom®

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Disney's Animal Kingdom®

Encounter exotic animals and exciting adventures at Disney’s Animal Kingdom park, one of the largest animal theme parks in the world. Home to more than 1,700 animals across 250 species, the park reflects Walt Disney’s dedication to conservation and is committed to animal care, education and research. Explore 6 enthralling lands: Oasis, Discovery Island, Africa, Rafiki's Planet Watch, Asia and DinoLand, U.S.A. areas.

These are just a few highlights — you’ll discover much more in the Park!

Fun for little ones:

  • The Boneyard: an open-air play space designed to look like a dinosaur dig site, where kids can explore and have fun. Disney FastPass+ not available.
  • Affection Section: this delightful petting zoo provides hands-on encounters with a range of animals, including goats and sheep
  • Triceratop Spin: twirl up, down and around in a friendly flying dinosaur

Big thrills:

  • Expedition Everest™: beware the dreaded Yeti on this high-speed train trek through the Himalayan unknown
  • DINOSAUR: join a rescue mission 65 million years back in time to save the last dinosaur – the only thing between you and extinction is your seat belt!
  • Kali River Rapids: prepare to get wet—really wet!—on a wild, white-water rafting journey through the Asian rainforest
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The Boneyard

Experience a world of dinosaur discoveries at this interactive spot. Young paleontologists ages 10 and under can participate in fantastic prehistoric discoveries and learn more about the extraordinary world of dinosaurs.

Climb atop rocks and cross rickety rope bridges. Roam mysterious caves and hurl down twisting slides. Navigate a maze of dinosaur bones and even unearth the remains of a Wooly Mammoth in a nearby sandpit.

Have a blast digging up the past at The Boneyard!

Conservation Station®

Enjoy an in-depth look at animal habitats from around the globe and discover the expert care our park animals receive.

Through informative interactive exhibits and a viewable onsite research facility, Conservation Station invites you to uncover the mysteries of the wild—and to go behind the scenes of Disney’s efforts to promote conservation awareness.

Designed for animal lovers of every age, Conservation Station features more than 10 care areas and Disney-themed experiences.

DINOSAUR

Travel back in time on a perilous race to rescue an Iguanadon before the meteor that wiped out the dinosaurs strikes.

Step inside the halls of The Dino Institute, a one-time secret research facility and museum that is home to real fossils dating back to when dinosaurs walked the earth. During narration provided by Bill Nye the Science Guy, stroll past prehistoric exhibits and behold the colossal skeleton of the carnivorous Carnotaurus, one of history’s most feared dinosaurs.

Discovery Island® Trails

Escape to a garden paradise where exotic creatures mingle alongside verdant plants and trees. Encircling the base of the Tree of Life, Discovery Island Trails invites you to embark on a self-guided tour and enjoy an up-close glimpse of nature—at your own pace.

Room to Roam
Meander down serene paths, cross wooden foot bridges and journey through cave-like tunnels as you navigate 2 sprawling pathways beneath the great tree. Along the way, snap pictures of captivating creatures from convenient observation stations amid a backdrop of picturesque trees and plants.

Tree of Life®

Behold the breathtaking artistry of a sculpted tree that wordlessly expresses the intricate balance of nature. Located on Discovery Island, the Tree of Life vividly commemorates all living things—and the place they share—in the great Circle of Life.

At an impressive 145 feet tall and 50 feet wide at its base, the Tree of Life is home to over 300 meticulously detailed animal carvings throughout its massive trunk, gnarling roots and outstretched branches—invoking the diversity, beauty and interconnected nature of earth’s many creatures.