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Which Disney Park Has the Most Rides? (ALL Global Parks!)

July 30, 2023

Are you wondering which Disney park has the most rides? Join me as I travel around the world and reveal the Disney parks you should visit if you want to try out as many rides as possible!

Disney World is known as the largest House of Mouse in the world with its impressive 4 main parks and 2 water parks.

And with 58 major rides (excluding attractions – I’m being strict!) across the 4 main parks, there’s a lot to love.

But if you’ve been wondering which Disney Park has the most rides, we need to go global.

From California to Tokyo and Paris, I’ll be looking at every single spot to figure out which Disney park has the most rides.

Not only will I be going into numbers, but I’ll even list out what rides are available to help you plan your itinerary.

Now, let’s hop on a flight and head around the world!

Rundown of Ride Numbers at Each Park

Disney World

Okay, let’s start this rundown of which Disney Park has the most rides with Disney World.

Otherwise known as the Big Boss of the Disney Parks with an impressive 4 main parks and 2 waterparks.

We won’t be looking at Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach (as what’s a ride is slightly different there in my opinion).

But we’ll be looking at the main parks: Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom.

So, when it comes to Disney World (AKA: the most popular park in the world!), Magic Kingdom wins out with 24 rides.

Many of the rides here are classic rides and are geared toward children.

So, you can expect to find winning old-school favorites like Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin, Peter Pan’s Flight, and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.

You know, those nostalgic gems!

Now, let’s look a little more closely at those numbers.

Magic Kingdom: 24

When answering the question “which Disney Park has the most rides?”, Magic Kingdom will always be a strong contender.

That’s partly because it’s packed with excellent rides for toddlers, but it’s also because it’s rammed with classic old-school rides.

Yup – those traditional Disney rides are almost all in Magic Kingdom.

I’d say that a few of these rides could be missed on a quick trip. 

But you don’t want to miss iconic ones like Pirates of the Caribbean, Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, and The Haunted Mansion!

List of rides at Magic Kingdom

1: Jungle Cruise (Adventureland)

2: Magic Carpets of Aladdin (Adventureland)

3: Pirates of the Caribbean (Adventureland)

4: Enchanted Tiki Room (Adventureland)

5: Big Thunder Mountain Railroad (Frontierland)

6: The Haunted Mansion (Liberty Square)

7: Liberty Square Riverboat (Liberty Square)

8: It’s a Small World (Fantasyland)

9: Mad Tea Party (Fantasyland)

10: Prince Charming Regal Carousel (Fantasyland)

11: Seven Dwarfs Mine Train (Fantasyland)

12: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Fantasyland)

13: Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid (Fantasyland)

14: Dumbo the Flying Elephant (Fantasyland)

15: Barnstormer (Fantasyland)

16: Astro Orbiter (Tomorrowland)

17: Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin (Tomorrowland)

18: Space Mountain (Tomorrowland)

19: Tomorrowland Speedway (Tomorrowland)

20: PeopleMover (Tomorrowland)

21: Carousel of Progress (Tomorrowland)

22: Walt Disney World Railroad

23: TRON: Lightcycle Power Run Coaster (Tomorrowland)

24: Splash Mountain (Soon to be Tiana’s Bayou Adventure) **technically pending!**


EPCOT is the next contender if we’re looking at which Disney Park has the most rides with 11.

It’s better known for its amazing World Showcase (you know, where you eat and drink around the world!).

But it’s also home to a surprising number of genuinely excellent rides that you can check out.

List of rides at EPCOT:

1: Frozen Ever After

2: Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros

3: Living with the Land

4: Mission: Space

5: Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure

6: Spaceship Earth (inside the EPCOT ball!)

7: Journey Into Imagination with Figment

8: Test Track

9: Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind

10: Soarin’ (a place that smells amazing, BTW)

11: The Seas with Nemo and Friends

Hollywood Studios: 9

Hollywood Studios just beats Animal Kingdom with 9 total rides, and several of those are inside Galaxy’s Edge.

But even if you’re not a Star Wars fan, there’s plenty here to love for visitors of all ages!

It’s one of the smaller parks at Disney World (if not the smallest), so you can probably tackle this park in a day.

List of Hollywood Studios rides:

1: Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway

2: Alien Swirling Saucers

3: Slinky Dog Dash

4: Star Tours

5: Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance

6: Toy Story Midway Mania

7: The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror

8: Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run

9: Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith

I’d say that Hollywood Studios has more thrill rides than most other Disney parks.

But if you’re looking for suitable rides for toddlers, you can still hit the Alien Swirling Saucers and Midway Mania!

And depending on how tall they are, you might be able to hop on a couple of others.

Animal Kingdom: 8

Coming in at last place if we’re discussing which Disney park has the most rides – it’s Animal Kingdom!

I’d say that there’s way more of a focus on attractions and experiences here than rides.

But you’ll still find a couple of incredible rides like Flight of Passage and Na’vi River Journey here.

And honestly, those 2 Avatar-themed rides alone are more than worth the visit alone.

List of Animal Kingdom rides:

1: Avatar Flight of Passage

2: Expedition Everest: Legend of the Forbidden Mountain

3: Na’vi River Journey


5: Wildlife Express Train

6: Triceratop Spin

7: Kilimanjaro Safari

8: Kali River Rapids

Disneyland Anaheim

Disneyland Anaheim is in California and is home to the OG Disney park that Walt conceptualized at the end of WWII.

It has a smaller castle than many other parks around the world, but it has an old-school charm that keeps it popular.

***Related: Disney Castles Around the World: Ranking + Fun Facts!***

Plus, it’s home to a lot of rides.

So, let’s look at the 2 parks inside Anaheim’s Disneyland slightly more carefully, shall we?

Disneyland Park

Ah, the very first Disney park that started it all back in 1955.

This park is home to the most rides compared to any other Disney park around the world.

So, ding, ding, ding – we have a winner for which Disney park has the most rides!

Part of the reason this Disney Park has the most rides is the fact that it’s just been around the longest.

But it also has several different lands and has been developed and revamped multiple times throughout its life. 

List of Disneyland Park rides

1: Alice in Wonderland

2: Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

3: Autopia

4: Disneyland Railroad

5: Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters

6: Casey Jr. Circus Train

7: Autopia

8: Dumbo the Flying Elephant

9: Gadget’s Go Coaster

10: Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage

11: Haunted Mansion

12: It’s a Small World

13: Jungle Cruise

14: King Arthur Carousel

15: Mad Tea Party

16: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

17: Mark Twain Riverboat

18: Matterhorn Bobsleds

19: Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run

20: Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride

21. Peter Pan’s Flight

22. Pirates of the Caribbean

23. Pinocchio’s Daring Journey

24. Rafts to Pirates Lair

25. Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin

26. Space Mountain

27. Splash Mountain

28. Star Tours – The Adventures Continue

29. Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance

30. Storybook Land Canal Boats

Disney California Adventure: 18

Disney California Adventure might not be quite as popular as the main park.

But this incredible park is home to Pixar Pier, the unique Mission: BREAKOUT! and several other killer rides.

There are a total of 18 rides here (not including transport or walk-through/theater attractions).

So, there’s a fair amount to do here!

List of Disney California Adventure rides

1: Golden Zephyr

2: Goofy’s Sky School

3: Grizzly River Run

4: Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission: BREAKOUT!

5: Incredicoaster

6: Inside Out Emotional Whirlwind

7: Jessie’s Critter Carousel

8: Jumpin’ Jellyfish

9: The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Undersea Adventure

10: Luigi’s Rollickin’ Roadsters

11: Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree

12: Monster’s Inc. Mike and Sulley to the Rescue

13: Pixar Pal-A-Round

14: Radiator Springs Racers

15: Red Car Trolley

16: Silly Symphony Swings

17: Soarin’ Over California

18: Toy Story Midway Mania!

Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris might be significantly smaller than the American parks, but it certainly packs a punch on the rides front.

And hey, it’s one of the best European theme parks for small kiddos thanks to the surplus of child-friendly attractions.

There are 54 attractions at Disneyland Paris in total (with more set to open), and these are spread across 2 parks.

Disneyland Park is the main “traditional” Disney Park that mimics Disneyland Park or Magic Kingdom.

And that’s where the vast majority of the rides are.

But Walt Disney Studios has a fair few excellent picks that I’ll run through right here!

Walt Disney Studios has almost half of the rides available in Disneyland Park, meaning you’ll probably need longer to explore it.

Walt Disney Studios: 11

This is one of the smallest Disney parks around, but it packs a surprising punch with thrill rides and interesting IP.

Seriously, who doesn’t love an entire land filled with Avengers rides and merch?

I know I do!

This park is home to 11 different rides (I haven’t included shows, which make up a large proportion of things to do here).

List of Walt Disney Studios rides

1: Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop

2: The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror

3: Spider-Man: W.E.B Adventure

4: Slinky Dog Zigzag Spin

5: Ratatouille: The Adventure

6: RC Racer

7:Les Tapis Volants – Flying Carpets over Agrabah

8: Crush’s Coaster


10: Cars Quatre Roues Rallye

11: Avengers Assemble: Flight Force

Disneyland Park: 21

Disneyland Park is virtually twice the size of Walt Disney Studios, which explains why there’s almost twice as many rides here!

This park is similar to Magic Kingdom and Disneyland Park in California, and you’ll find a lot of similarities here.

But you’ll also find French-themed attractions and slight differences to classic rides (like Snow White’s Scary Adventure!).

The rides here will usually be in a mixture of French and English to make it easy for most visitors to understand.

And if you’re looking for unique rides to Paris? Check out The Temple of Peril, Le Pays des Contes de Fées, and Phantom Manor.

List of Disneyland Park rides

1: Mickey’s PhilharMagic

2: It’s a Small World

3: Autopia

4: Big Thunder Mountain

5: Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast

6: Blanche-Neige et les Sept Nains

7: Casey Jr. – Le Petit Train du Cirque

8: Disneyland Railroad

9: Dumbo the Flying Elephant

10: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril

11: Le Carrousel de Lancelot

12: Le Pays des Contes de Fées

13: Les Voyages de Pinocchio

14: Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups

15: Orbitron

16: Peter Pan’s Flight

17: Phantom Manor

18: Pirates of the Caribbean

19: Star Tours

20: Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain

21: Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing

Disneyland Shanghai: 17

List of Disneyland Shanghai Rides

1: Roaring Rapids

2: Soaring Over the Horizon

3: Rex’s Racer

4: Slinky Dog Spin

5: Woody’s Roundup

6: Hunny Pot Spin

7: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

8: Peter Pan’s Flight

9: Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

10: Voyage to the Crystal Grotto

11: Dumbo the Flying Elephant

12: Fantasia Carousel

13: Buzz Lightyear Planet Rescue

14: Jet Packs

15: TRON Lightcycle Power Run

16: Explorer Canoes

17: Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for the Sunken Treasure

Disneyland Tokyo

Disneyland Tokyo is quite similar to Magic Kingdom, Disneyland Paris, and Disneyland Park in California.

So, it’s the classic “Castle Park”.

But this spot still has a couple of incredible unique rides that you’ll want to look out for.

If you do anything while you’re here, make sure you check out Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast.

The animatronics and Imagineering work here is second to none, and I still can’t figure out how the Beast transformation works.

Also, the bobbing feeling during the final dance sequence is just *chef’s kiss*.

You’ll know when you see it – trust me.

Disneyland Park: 26

List of Disneyland Park rides

1: Western River Railroad

2: Pirates of the Caribbean

3: Jungle Cruise: Wildlife Expeditions

4: The Enchanted Tiki Room: Stitch Presents “Aloha E Komo Mai”

5: Mark Twain Riverboat

6: Tom Sawyer Island Rafts

7. Big Thunder Mountain

8: Splash Mountain

9: Beaver Brothers Explorer Canoes

10: Alice’s Tea Party

11: It’s a Small World

12: Castle Carrousel

13: Snow White’s Adventures

14: Dumbo the Flying Elephant

15: Enchanted Tale of Beauty and the Beast

16: Peter Pan’s Flight

17: Pinocchio’s Daring Journey

18: Pooh’s Honey Hunt

19: Haunted Mansion

20 Gadget’s Go Coaster

21: Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin

22: Star Tours: The Adventure Continues

23: Space Mountain

24: Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters

25: The Happy Ride with Baymax

26: Monsters Inc. Ride and Go Seek

Tokyo DisneySEA: 20

I’m a huge fan of Tokyo DisneySEA as it’s probably the most unique concept park in the world.

Most of the rides here are 100% unique (as the copycat rides are in the main park!).

So, you’ll be able to experience everything from Aquatopia! To rides based on Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

It’s the perfect Disney park for people who aren’t completely sold on Disney but want to see some amazing Imagineering.

And don’t worry – there’s still plenty here for Disney lovers (there’s a bunch of IP knocking around – you just need to look harder!).

Plus, you can’t beat the amazing Fortress which acts as DisneySEA’s centerpiece.

List of Tokyo DisneySEA Rides

1: DisneySea Transit Steamer Line

2: Soaring: Fantastic Flight

3: Venetian Gondolas

4: Tower of Terror

5: DisneySea Electric Railway

6: Toy Story Mania!

7: Aquatopia!

8: Nemo * Friends Sea Rider

9: Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull

10: Raging Spirits

11: Caravan Carousel

12: Jasmine’s Flying Carpets

13: Sindbad’s Storybook Voyage

14: Jumpin’ Jellyfish

15: Scuttle’s Scooters

16: Flounder’s Flying Fish Coaster

17: Blowfish Balloon Race

18: The Whirlpool

19: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

20: Journey to the Center of the Earth

Disneyland Hong Kong: 19

Disneyland Hong Kong opened in 2005 and is one of the smaller Disney parks at the moment.

But considering this park is one of the newest additions to the Disney park umbrella, we need to give it a bit of time to grow!

I love that this park has several unique attractions (like Ant-Man and the Iron Man Experience!).

But you’ll also find plenty of old favorites to enjoy here.

Oh, and you won’t miss out on the Haunted Mansion either. Just be aware that it’s a localized version of the tale that isn’t quite as spooky as the traditional version.

Instead, you’ll get an incredible journey through a fantasy manor led by your adorable host – a money!

List of Disneyland Hong Kong rides

List of Disneyland Hong Kong rides

1: Ant-Man and the Wasp: Nano Battle

2: Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars

3: Cinderella Carousel

4: Dumbo the Flying Elephant

5: Geyser Gulch

6: Disneyland Railroad

7: Hyperspace Mountain

8: Iron Man Experience

9: It’s a Small World

10: Jungle River Cruise

11: Mad Hatter Tea Cups

12: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

13: Mystic Manor

14: Orbitron

15: RC Racer

16: Rafts to Tarzan’s Treehouse

17: Slinky Dog Spin

18: Toy Soldier Parachute Drop

19: Main Street Vehicles

So, Which Disney Park Has the Most Rides?

Now that we’ve run through every single park around the world, let’s rank which Disney park has the most rides in order!

1 – Disneyland Park (California) with 30 rides.

2 – Disneyland Park (Tokyo) with 26 rides.

3 – Magic Kingdom (Disney World) with 24 rides.

4 – Disneyland Park (Paris) with 21 rides.

5 – Tokyo DisneySea (Tokyo) with 20 rides.

6 – Disneyland Hong Kong with 19 rides.

7 – Disney California Adventure (California) with 18 rides.

8 – Disneyland Shanghai with 17 rides.

9 – Walt Disney Studios (Paris) and EPCOT (Disney World) with 11 rides.

10 – Hollywood Studios (Disney World) with 9 rides.

11. Animal Kingdom (Disney World) with 8 rides.

So, Disneyland Park in California has the most rides, while Animal Kingdom has the least rides!

Which Disney Park Has the Most Rides – FAQs

Which Disney park has the most roller coasters?

Magic Kingdom is the Disney World park with the most roller coasters (at 5 coasters, just FYI!).

If we’re looking on a global scale, 

What is the fastest ride at the Disney parks?

Test Track remains the fastest ride at Disney World at 65MPH! It’s still the zippiest Disney ride in the world.

Which Disney park has the least amount of rides?

That prize goes to Animal Kingdom with just 8 rides.

Does Disneyland or Disney World have more rides?

This is a relatively easy question to answer if we’re just going based on size alone.

Walt Disney World boasts 4 major parks, while California has 2 (California Adventure and Disneyland Park).

So, you probably won’t be surprised to find out that Disney World boasts 166 attractions and California offers 90 attractions.

Now, bear in mind that this means total attractions (not just rides!).

But Disney World still wins on the rides front – don’t worry!

What is the oldest ride at Disney World?

That’s the Prince Charming Regal Carrousel that’s at Magic Kingdom. It was created for Belle Island Park in 1917 but ended up at Disney World in 1971. So, it’s the oldest ride if we’re being technical!

I hope that this guide has helped you figure out which Disney Park has the most rides!

As you can see, all of the Disney parks around the world are worth visiting. No two parks are exactly the same, and it gives you an excuse to hop around the world and check them all out!

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