Vote of the week: Disneyland or Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom?
Written by Robert Niles
One of my favorite memories while working on Theme Park Insider came last December, as I walked into Disneyland to shoot a photo essay on the newly renovated Sleeping Beauty's Castle. What made the moment so special was what I was thinking as I walked under the train station and into Town Square.Tweet
"Wow, I've been to Disneyland and Disney World in the same week!"
It's the double that many Disney fans dream about, but too few get to do: To visit the original Disney theme park, Disneyland, with its younger sibling, the world's most popular theme park, Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom. I've done the double in one week on two occasions, last December and on an epic roadtrip in 1990, when I drove from Orlando to Anaheim in two and a half days.
Which brings me to the vote of the week. If given the chance to visit just one of these two parks, for one day, which would you pick? Disneyland or the MK?
I'm not putting any restrictions on this. You can pick the park you think the better, if you've been to both. Or you can pick the park you haven't been to, if you've been only to one. Whatever you want. But tell us in the comments why you picked the one you did.
More stuff coming tomorrow before I call it a weekend.
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