List of Disney Theme Park Attractions

List Of Disney Theme Park Attractions

The following graph shows all or most of the attractions found in most or all of the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts around the world.

= Attraction is operating (This includes attractions which are temporarily closed for reasons such as seasonal operation or routine maintenance).
= Attraction is planned or under construction.
= Attraction is permanently closed and/or no longer exists.
= Attraction does not exist at this location.

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